Monday, November 18, 2013

Hiking to Sundarijal

If you want to get away from the hectic life of Kathmandu for a day or two, Sundarijal can be the perfect destination to opt for. As the name depicts (the word ‘Sundarijal’ means ‘beautiful water’ in Nepali), the place is full of stunning waterfalls and streams. We daresay that you won’t be able to resist the temptation to get drenched in one of those falls during your hike to the top of the hill (Unless it is extremely cold winter or freezing weather!)


Sundarijal is located 15 km North-East of Kathmandu. This is the hiking route to Chisapani of Nuwakot district. After a climb of about one hour, you will come across a gate which tells you that you are now entering into the Shivapuri National Park. Then you can visit the temple of Sundari Mai, the Hindu Goddess after whom the place gets its nomenclature.  

Your hike will be constantly accompanied by a large water pipe that leads to a dam. Also you have to climb through the built-up concrete stairs and big stones at some places, along your way. There’s also a canyoning spot which falls on the route. If you like to go on mountain bike cycling or camping, Sundarijal offers you these adventures too.
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Sundarijal visit is recommended for short hike in Nepal, short tour in Nepal and from Sundarijal you can also go hikikg for Chisapani which is 4 hours walk. Enjoy your visit to sundarijal!!!

View from Sundarijal
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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Bandipur, The Lost Paradise in Nepal

It is rightly said, “Travelling is a journey, not a destination.” It was actually proved when our team from Nepal One Tours and Travels set off to Pokhara, in Dashain of 2011. The plan was to spend 2 nights in Pokhara and then return back to Kathmandu on the third day. But our minds changed when we got wind of a place named ‘Bandipur’ from our driver.

When we reached a small town called Dumre, we decided to extend our trip for a day and headed toward Bandipur which is 8-km away from the town. The road was quite narrow, which was appropriate for transport of small vehicles like jeeps and cars. The sceneries along the way were spellbinding which made us realize that missing out this spot would surely make us regretful if we hadn’t decided to go there.  



We got off from our car and walked toward Bandipur Bazaar, in which no vehicles were allowed. The hotels were built in the traditional housing styles which offered every kind of facility that a tourist expects of. After a short walk around the Bazaar, we moved to its outskirts. We climbed up the Gurungche Hill in which ‘Thani Mai’ temple was situated. The panoramic view of Bandipur was spectacular from this spot. Besides, the sunset, the serpentine roads and the mesmerizing mountain ranges were worth of our observation.


You can also visit the Siddha Cave, villages, monasteries and some other temples in Bandipur. May you have a wonderful holiday in Bandipur! Cheers!!       

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Sarangkot

Watching the panoramic view of the white mountainous ranges turning golden yellow as the rays of the rising sun fall upon them, is perhaps the finest way to start your day in Pokhara. You can best get this experience from Sarangkot which is a hill of altitude of around 1592m. You can reach there in about 45 minutes if you are taking a car from Pokhara. An additional 45 minutes of hike will lead you to the main view point from where you will get to see the beautiful Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.



The place also boasts of a wonderful outlook of the main city of Pokhara as well as its peripheries. Added to that, the thrilling adventure of Paragliding tandem flight can be the icing on the cake. A 30 to 45 minute flight in the air will surely take your breath away and you will undoubtedly cherish the moment for the rest of your life.
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Beautiful view of Annarnapurna Himalayan ranges from Sarangkot
    
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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pokhara- A land full of surprises

Pokhara is the place which comes to my mind each time I plan to have a family outing. Though I have been there a couple of times, Pokhara seems to be new to me, in every visit of mine. Just like a bag full of surprises, this place boasts of hypnotic d├ęcors which in my view, get renewed every now and then.

Boating in the Phewa Lake is a must-do thing when you get there. The mesmerizing views of the mountain ranges that captivate the eyes of a beholder escort you even when you are away from the ground and above the water. You may be wondering ‘How?’ Well, just like your shadow accompanies you wherever you go, in the similar way, you will see the replications of these ranges in the water too.Don’t you think it'd be great if you got to see it through your own eyes, at least once??  

Your guide will row your boat toward the holy temple Taal Barahi which lies in the middle of the Phewa Lake. l feel like I have reached a stranded island amongst the seas whenever I go there ( FYI Nepal is a landlocked country! ). Nevertheless, the temple is always crowded with the devotees and a lot of tourists. You can also bring back some titbits and souvenirs through vendors who have set up their shops over there.  
I will be writing about other destinations in Pokhara that are waiting for your visit in my upcoming blogs.
Till then, have a happy time!
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Thrill of White Water rafting in Nepal

The adventure of white water rafting which I got to experience on the Holi of the year 2013, is cherishable. Our team from Nepal One Tours & Travels set off from Kathmandu to Charaudi, the put-in point for rafting on the Trishuli river. After a drive of about three hours, we reached the venue. To my surprise, the place was crowded with hundreds of feat enthusiasts who seemed to be thrilled about this sport, just like me.

My excitement knew no bounds when a raft guide rowed our inflatable boat. Immediately following that, my delight was quite subsided because the river was calm and the trip seemed to be very 'peaceful'. This boredom lasted for a few minutes only after which we came across an area of high water current called 'rapid', where I could feel some rise in my adrenaline level.

The real fun began when the guide urged each one of us to dive into the flowing river. He insisted that we dare to take such a life-time experience because such chances do come rarely. Even if I never learnt how to swim and I also had this particular kind of phobia relating water (May I call it hydrophobia???) and its fathomless depth, I had an impulse to comply with him. Though my fear was forbidding me to fall off the boat, something within me pushed the whole of myself outside and I was there into the water, still holding on to the ropes tied around the boat. I couldn't let go of that bolster for a long time until I finally dared to release it.

That moment of 'letting go' was simply wonderful. I could feel as if I had got victory over my own inhibitions. I was literally floating over the water with the support of my life-jacket and my eyes closed. As the flow of water was carrying me toward our destination, I could feel the warmth of the sun over my face. I lived that moment to the fullest and wished it would never end. Nevertheless, I had to climb back to my boat after traversing some miles and the journey on the boat resumed.

The expedition continued for nearly three hours in which duration we had covered about 16 km. Today, if somebody asks me how the trip was, I have a ready-made answer for them, "It was awesome!!!! Try it once!!"

So, what are you waiting for? Give up your second thoughts and just do it! Bon Voyage folks!!