Visiting Places in Nepal

Visiting Places in Nepal

Annapurna Region
Annapurna Region
Annapurna Region

Bounded in the west by the Barbung Khola and Dolpo and in the east by the Buri Gandaki, the mountains of central Nepal are dominated by the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu Himalaya.

Unlike the peaks in other parts of the country, these ranges are not sheltered from the onslaught of the monsoon by lesser, intervening chains of cloud-snaring hills. Consequently they receive almost double the country’s average annual precipitation, and the glaciers tumbling from their snowy heights reach far into the valleys below.

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Antu Danda
Antu Danda
Antu Danda

It is situated at an altitude of 1677 m. in Ilam District and is famous for the splendid views of Mt. Everest and Mt. Kanchenjunga that it commands. It is one of the best places for sunrise and sunset viewing. There is a motor able road from Ilam to Chhipitar from where one can read Antu Danda on foot. This exhilarating trekking along the lush green hills takes about 3 hours.

Baglung
Baglung
Baglung

Baglung Lies in the hill 72 km west of Pokhara. It is a trading town of quaint streets and houses where merchants from the plains in the south and the mountains in the north come together to barter. Splendid views of Dhaulagiri.

Bahals
Bahals
Bahals

Kumari Baha or Kumari Chen :
Located just opposite the famous Gaddi Baithak in the eastern part of Kathmandu Durbar Square, the complex of Kumari Baha also house the goddess of Kumari – the Royal deity. The Baha or Vihar consists of a three storyed structure built round an enclosed courtyard and the main entrance is guarded by two huge stone lions. The external facade and inside facade facing the courtyards are embellished with the exquisite wood carved windows and doors. The main shrine is directly opposite to the entrance and there is a stupa / Chaitya in the courtyard. Aside from serving as a Vihar, this is primarily the shrine of the living goddess ‘Kumari’ a Buddhist girl – chosen and worshipped as an incarnation of Hindu mother deity. (more…)

Balmiki – The Sacred Site
Balmiki – The Sacred Site
Balmiki – The Sacred Site

Visit Balmiki Ashram situated in a forest on the bank of the Tribeni river, at the south-western corner of the Chitwan National Park. This is the place where Lord Sita came to live with her two sons.

Bandipur
Bandipur
Bandipur

Located on a 1,00m ridge in Manahan district some 140km from Kathmandu, Bandipur’s hallmark is its beautiful scenery. At the eastern part of the town is the pagoda roofed bindabasini temple which houses goddess Durga, Bandipur’s guardian deity. The rich wooden carvings and detailed brass-work that adorn the temple are replicas of those found in the many old pagoda structures of the Kathmandu Valley. The other important temple and shrines in the vicinity include the Mahalaxmi

Baraha Chhetra
Baraha Chhetra
Baraha Chhetra

A few Km from the main city of Biratnagar is Baraha Chhetra, a Hindu pilgrimage site, located at the confluence of two rivers, the Sapta Koshi and the Kokaha. There is a temple of Lord Baraha, the boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Historians have traced the existence of this image to the 12th century.

Bhairawa (Siddharthangar)
Bhairawa (Siddharthangar)
Bhairawa (Siddharthangar)

Bhairahwa City

300 KM far west from Kathmandu and 4 km away from the Indian border lies a city called Bhairahawa, (officially name changed to Siddhartha Nagar, but it’s not catching on) which is the closest town to Lumbini. City being located near the Border of India and Nepal, it plays an important role in the import and export business. City being located near the Border of India and Nepal, it plays an important role in the import and export business. The 30 Minute direct flight connections from Kathmandu will take you to the industrial city of Bhairawa. (more…)

Bhedetar (Charles Point)
Bhedetar (Charles Point)
Bhedetar (Charles Point)

Dharan is almost 600 KM from Kathmandu. To the north of Dharan lies the famous hill junction called Bhedetar. It has remained the place of relief for the people of Dharan during the summer as the heat begins to rise. In the autumn when the sky becomes clear, one can witness the breathtaking range of mountains. The distinct view of Makalu can be seen from this area. Many fine lodges and the restaurants are now opened up for the tourists and the people coming for the cool & fresh air.  The tower situated on the top of the hill is one of the exciting spot indeed from where one who can see excellent views of Hile – Dhankuta (Kanchenjunga Himal in north and a really large valley with Sapta Koshi river along with Dharan Bazaar very close but really down. You should be careful while climbing up to the top of the Tower and also you can worship goddess Pathivara Mai. A small restaurant situated at the bottom of the tower for refreshing your mind.

Birgunj
Birgunj
Birgunj

Birgunj is a border town in the plains 50 km south of Hetauda. It is an important industrial center and transit point for trade goods. Places to see include Vishuwa where Buddha idols are enshrined atop a wooded mount the city park with a boating lake and the Birgunj sugar Factory. Kathmandu to Birgunj is 178 km over the legendary Tribhuvan Highway. The detour via Bharatpur is 270 km. The nearest airport is Simara (25km)

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Everest Base Camp
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