Book jeep or bus for Kathmandu to Soti khola distance via Arughat Nepal
Soti Khola is an important point which leads Manaslu circuit & Tsum valley trek. To reach Kathmandu to Soti Khola, you will have to go past Arughat bazaar 570 elevation. Kathmandu to Arughat normally takes 7 to 8 hours. From Arughat it takes another 1:30 -2 hours to reach Soti Khola; again depends on the road condition, the type of transportation, driving speed etc. Soti Khola lies at an elevation 730 meters above sea level. Local bus service available from Kathmandu to Soti Khola distance but it is not recommended. We do provide transportation service by jeep or bus for Kathmandu to Soti Khola distance via Arughat Nepal.
Kathmandu to Soti khola distance is 141.3 kilometers / 87.7 mile it takes 9 to 10 hrs by drive.
Kathmandu to Soti Khola private Jeep fare US$:
(You can share this cost in-between your group of friends traveling together)
Private jeep transportation is stress free and comfortable for Kathmandu to Soti Khola distance via Arughat Nepal, Contact us for Booking
We offer Tsum valley trek, Manaslu circuit trek and Manaslu base camp trek email us to get the quote and information.
Kathmandu to Soti khola journey encompasses some great views of the mountains, valleys, and river gorges. While traveling from Kathmandu to Soti Khola distance, you pass along the Dhading Besi road. This is an amazing part of the journey because of the splendid sceneries. You may take breaks for photography, would also get adequate toilets and refreshment areas for food and drink along the journey.
If you opt for private transport to Arughat / Soti Khola, then you can get jeeps and private buses both. If you take a local bus the ride would take more time than jeep is not comfortable. Normally a 4×4 land cruiser / Scorpio jeep would accommodate 4 persons comfortably. We do provide you jeep and bus reservation service as per your requirements for Kathmandu to Sotikhola distance via Arughat Nepal. Overall it’s a journey worth remembering and would prepare you to get into the mood for a Manaslu trek after Soti Khola.