Dhulikhel Hike

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Trip Facts

Country: Nepal

Grade:easy

Region:

Group Size: 2 or above

Activities: Hiking

Total Duration: days

Season: Around the year

Altitudes: 2400

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At the eastern rim of Kathmandu Valley – the ancient Newari Town of ‘Dhulikhel’ has situated at 1550m above sea level and some 32km east of Kathmandu and 74km south west of Kodari can be reached by two major highways. The recently completed ‘B.P. Highway’ links Dhulikhel to Terai and the ‘Arniko Highway’ connects to Tibetan border town of Kodari.

The snow-fed mountains seen from Dhuklikhel are some of the best panoramas one can imagine. When a blue haze covers the lower portion of the mountains, they seem to be floating in the air. Green inviting hills of which still virgin and some turned into beautifully carved agricultural terraces cater to the beholders’ pleasure.

The oldest area of the town, the southern end, is an assembly of old Newari houses, often occupied by 20 or more members of the local extended families. Their most valuable assets are the beautifully carved windows and doors, fine examples of traditional Newari craftsmanship.

There are numerous temples in the town depicting traditional and old Newari craftsmanship. These are places of worship for local people. The core area of Dhulikhel has interesting narrow cobbled streets and lanes embedded with number of Hindu Shrines and a few Buddhist Stupas.

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Trip cost

US $ Negotiable

per person

Quick Inquery

Quick Inquery

Dear Krishna,
No words can express our appreciation for you to have taken care of us during these fifteen days.(...)

5 days Ghorepani trek.
5 days Ghorepani trek.
Kenny, Frances from Hong Kong