Daman (2400 m) lies 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Kathmandu in Tribhuvan Highway, Thaha Municipality, Makwanpur district, central Nepal. The most popular touristic viewpoint of major Himalayan peaks in Nepal with fresh air, tranquillity, forest, village, and green hills. Travellers visit telescope tower with an entrance fee to observe 400 km length mountains the east Mount Everest (8848 m) to Dhaulagiri (8167 m) in the west. The rhododendron flower blooms in the spring. The sunrise and sunset views are exciting over the Himalayas.
Daman reached in 3 hours by a private car and 4 hours by local bus. Local buses from Kathmandu and Hetauda leaves to Daman. Tourist from Kathmandu across Vajrabarahi and Palung Village along the highway. Daman is exciting to explore the botanical garden with numerous vegetation. About 30 minutes hiking brings a monastery, Indra Sarovar and Rikheshwor Mahadev Temple with spring water. The main festival celebrates in Fagu Purnima and Thulo Ekadashi. Domestic and international visitors visit for annual winter snowfalls. A simple to tourist standard hotels serves to the good night rest. Friendly and humorous people in Daman are dependent on agriculture and hotel business. A horse riding, cycling, and fishing trip to Kulekhani River can be notable. Honeymoon couples highly recommended to this pleasant place for a refreshing memory.