Kathmandu, the national capital, is situated 95 miles (153 kilometers) west of Chheskam, while Kathmandu Valley is 95 miles (153 kilometers) to the west.
Visitors commonly use Chheskam as a base for further explorations. This popular region possesses numerous fascinating natural and man-made attractions. Some interesting places in the vicinity of Chheskam are Phaplu, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northeast, and Tumlingtar, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northwest.
Nepal is home to an interesting religious history; so take the time to visit the area's beautiful temples.
There can be times when one of the better ways to get to know a place is by using the knowledge of the locals. The Nepal offers some very informative wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris. Why not treat yourself to a high-altitude experience during your time in this region. Go paragliding; it's an experience you will never forget.
For lots of people, enjoying a new place is as much about cuisines as it is about visiting tourist attractions so don't forget to sample the local specialties in the area. Two ingredients you'll find in a number of Nepal recipe books are goat and chicken. Taste the local specialties, such as kinema (soybeans) and chiura (beaten rice). Kasaar (ball of rice flour and sugarcane juice) is a commonly enjoyed final course. Then, kick back by ordering a refreshing local lassi (milkshake made from curd).
When booking your trip to Chheskam, it's handy to remember that the most convenient major airport, Tribhuvan International Airport, is located in in Kathmandu, 95 miles (153 kilometers) to the west.