Nagarjun hill is located in North West part of Kathmandu valley. This hill is seven km. Far from Kathmandu valley after completing the three hours of walk one can reach on the top of Nagarjun hill. The starting point of this hike is Balaju bypass from there you need to step ascend on tree shadows trail to reach on the top of Nagarjun hill. Nagarjun hill is famous for Buddhist Gompa, sacred caves and beautiful scenery. On the top of the hill there is one big Buddhist Gompa where you can see and learn Buddhist way of prayer and meditation. There are several caves on the Nagarjuna hill. Out of which some are empty while other are almost in ruins. Out of these caves two most important one are situated inside the Raniban forest while another situated outside the gate on the Balaju-Trisuli Road..
On the northern side of the hill outside the forest there is famous cave of Nagarjuna which still exists. There are images of Akshobhya and Nagarjuna inside. Tibetans call this cave of Guru Rimpoche, while local people call it as Laxmi Gupha. Within the cave there are images of Nagarjuna so this hill is called Nagarjun. Near the Nagarjuna cave is a cave known as Buffalo Buddha by the Tibetans. There is a legend that once Nagarjuna was living in this cave. A buffalo herdsman used to visit the master and was offering milk, curds, etc. of his buffaloes. Later he himself became a buffalo. And the it seems so many kinds of flower one the way to go to the top.