Sunday, November 01, 2015


Chandragiri hill is one of the best hiking trial around kathmandu valley.Chandragiri (2730

meters from sea level) lies on the south west of Kathmandu Valley though the area itself has abundant natural resources including flora and fauna for developing tourism activities, but has been left behind from being a popular tourist destination because of lack of promotion.Chandragiri hill lies just above the

popular picnic park of Kathmandu named Tribhuvan park.
                                              Soon this hill will be facilitated with Nepal's second cable car services which is now on under construction.The total length of this cable car services is around 2.5 km which takes about 10 minutes to cover the total distance.As like visitors will be facilitates with much more services around this hill.Bhaleshwor mahadev temple is one of the major attraction of this hill.secondly running project has designed 3 star hotel, resorts, fun park, mountain and valley view point, etc which will definitely influence domestic as well as international tourists to visit over this majestic hill.
 A large number of people from different parts of the country thronged here to worship the Trishul (trident) believed to be of Lord Shiva. A big fair is observed here on Baisakh Purnima night (a full moon night in May), every year. 

This hill also carry great  historical importance .During the time of unification of Nepal by  shah dynasty .It is said that Prithivi Narayan Shah was attracted with the beautiful valley while he was walking through this hill on his way to maternal uncle´s home in Nuwakot from Makawanpur and developed the concept of unifying the three cities Kantipur (Kathmandu), Bhadgaon (Bhaktapur), and Patan (Lalitpur) with the then Gurkha state. He later entered with his Gorkha Army in Kirtipur via the same hill. The king then attacked and got victory over the Kathmandu Valley.


1.In near future ,visitors can access to this hill by means of nepal's second cable car service within 10 minutes .
2. Visitors can access to this hill by means of 4wheeler transportation means.
3.Visitors can access to this hill by hiking from godam,Thankot ( 7 KM. UPWARD CLIMBING ,ABOUT 3 HRS.WALK THROUGH GRAVELLED ROAD OR SMALL HIKING TRIAL )
4.Visitors can reach to this land by hiking through Kabrebot, Matatirtha ( AROUND 9 KM. UPWARD CLIMBING, ABOUT 4 hr WALK THROUGH GRAVELLED ROAD OR SMALL HIKING TRIAL )
5.Visitors can hike to this hill from pushpalal park,champadevi  ( THROUGH SMALL STEEP HIKING TRIAL FOR 6  HOURS WALK )6.Visitors also can access to this hill through Taudha ,Khahare_Boshan hill _Champadevi hill_Bhasmashur hill_Deaurali_Chandragiri hill. (walk throughout the day ).

-Panorama view of mountain range  (almost 180 degree )
-Magnificent view of neighbouring villages like Chitlang, Daman, Naghdhunga, etc
-Superb view of kathmandu valley.
-Flora and fauna
-Tamang culture
-Kulekhani dam far 2 hrs walk from this point.
-Mountain biking

Nepalone tours and travel p. ltd is a leading and experience tour agency/travel agency/ trek agency/ tour company/tour operator/travel operator/ travel company/trekking company /trekking company.If you visitors want to visit this marvelous hill, then Nepalone Tours and Travel can arrange you a package for this spot. If you want to cycle over here then that can be managed too. PLEASE DROP US AN INQUIRY AT OUR SITE

Saturday, October 17, 2015


Dashain is the most important and biggest festival of Nepal, celebrated by all casts and creed throughout the country. It is celebrated for fifteen days but the first ten days are the most important. This festival falls on the late October.
Dashain commemorates a great victory of the gods over the wicked demons. The first nine days of the festival marks the nine day battle between the Goddess Durga and fiercest demon king Mahisasurr and the tenth day marks the victory of Goddess Durga over the demons and the rest of the day as celebrations for this victory of good over evil. It is also believed that the Lord Ram ( 7th reincarnation of Lord Bishnu) slaughtered the demon king Ravana on the tenth day of this festival with the help of Goddess Durga. Thus, Goddess Durga is worshipped throughout the country as the divine mother Goddess and the most powerful protector.
The 1st day of Dashain is ‘Ghatasthapana’ which literally means placing a pot which symbolizes goddess Durga often with her image embossed on the side is place in the prayer room. This falls on the first day if the festival which marks the beginning of Dashain. On this day Kalasha is filled with holy water which is then covered with cow dung and sewn with barley seeds. A small rectangular sand block is made and the Kalash is put in the centre. This ritual is performed at a certain auspicious time which is determined by the astrologers and then the priest starts the puja by asking Durga to bless the vessel with her presence.The 7th day of Dashain is ‘Fulpati’. On this day Brahmins brought the royal Kalasha, Jamara, banana stalks and sugar cane tide with red clothe from royal house in Gorkha, a three day walk, about 169 km away from Kathmandu valley. A parade is held in Hanuman Dhoka Royal Palace. Then there is a majestic display of the Nepalese army along with a celebratory firing of weapons that continues for ten to fifteen minutes honoring Fulpati. The Fulpati is taken to Hanuman Dhoka Palace after the occasions end in Tudikhel. The 8th day of Dashain is ‘Maha Asthami’. On this day sacrifices held in the every house through out the day. ‘Kaal raatri’ dark night is celebrated at night on this 8th day of Dashain. Many goats, buffalo are sacrificed at the goddess temple. The 9th day of Dashain is ‘Nawami’. This is the last day of Navaratri. On this day the official military rituals sacrifices of buffaloes under the gunfire salutes held in one of the Hanuman dhoka palace. This day is also known as demon hunting day. On this day Taleju temples gate are opened for the public. Thousands of devotees go and pay respect to the goddess on this day. The 10th day of Dashain is known as ‘Dashami’ Dashain. On this day we take Tika and Jamara from our elders and receiving blessing. We visit to our elders on this special day to receive blessing from them. People get together with their family members and have a feast and enjoy themselves with playing cards and having different delicious food on this day.
This whole festival is celebrated by visiting all the temples of the goddess’s different reincarnations, representations and appearances, and worshipping them. Different rituals have to be performed for each day. Children and youth play on the traditional Linge Ping (Bamboo swing) as it is believed that one must leave earth at least once during this festival. On the tenth day, Nepalese people visit their parents and all their relatives to receive Tika and blessings. Huge flocks of migrants return back to their remote villages to celebrate this festival.
Do: visit all the devi (goddess) temples of the country with Hindu and Buddhists locals. Play the Linge Ping with them. Receive the tika and blessings from elder Nepalese and enjoy the delicious treats. One good deed for a cause would be to donate some new clothes and chocolates to orphanages and the old age homes as this festival is the time of the year when everyone buys at least one new cloth, which for them and some other poor families the only chance for a new cloth and delicious food.

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Thursday, October 15, 2015


.Kirtipur is one of the oldest Human settlements in the Kathmandu Valley. This tiny town is recorded as an ancient capital of Nepal.Kirtipur Municipality is part of the Kathmandu District and only 5 Km away from Kathmandu and lies in the hilly region. Geographically, Kirtipur lies in between longitude 27˚ 38’ 30” and 27˚ 41’ 30” E and latitude 85˚ 13’ and 85˚ 19’ N, at altitudes ranging from 1284m to 1524m above mean sea level. The general decline of elevation is from south-west to north-east. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City lies in the northern side, while the Bagmati River separates the Lalitpur District with the Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City on the eastern side. Chalnakhel VDC borders Kirtipur Municipality in the south and Macchegaun VDC in the west.
Originally a Newari foundation, it is no doubt that Kirtipur is still a centre of Newari culture. It has been merged with surrounding villages to form the municipality of Kirtipur . However now a days people of different casts and religion stay in this place. So it consists of many temples, Gumbas and Churches as well.
In 1826 B.S. it was annexed to the Gorkhali kingdom of Nepal by King Prithvi Narayan shah on his third attempt, after bribing the doorman of the city. After he did this, to spite the city of Kirtipur, he cut off the noses of all the men in the city.


                           BAGH BHAIRAV TEMPLE

                         UMA MAHESHWOR TEMPLE

                           CHULONCHA BIHAR













Friday, October 09, 2015



Trekking is one of the memorable moment for life.Trekking can be consider as a human activities going away to any  new destination for a walk for few estimated days from their native land at leisure with leisure finance.
Trekking in nepal is a breath-taking moments of everyone's life. Nepal is one of the popular and favourable platform to conduct trekking activities among various destinations lies into  this enormous  world. Variation in altitude from approx. 700 mtr. to 8848 mtr ( WORLD'S HIGHEST ELEVATION ) is one of the dramatic portion of trekking which directly influence visitors/tourists/travellers/consumers/guests to visit this marvelous land and perform trekking activities around different trekking destinations that are introduced for trekkers.

Elevation of  Nepal covers hilly,himalayan and terai ( plain) areas. But trekking in Nepal mostly covers hilly and himalayan regions within  an altitude of  approx. 1000 mtr. to 4500 mtr .Trekkers during trekking in Nepal can enjoy their trip with fantastic natural view of flora and fauna ,panorama view of mountain ranges,  diversities in culture, races, casts, religions, customs, languages, ethnic groups, topography, geography, landscape, weather, climate, culture, traditions, festivals, living patterns ,art and architectures, and many mores.

Trekkers who enters into this land with the aim to engage in trekking activities will definitely be impressed from  real, heartfull and great hospitality as well as  quality services offered to them at destination.

Another incredible part of trekking in Nepal is all the trekking operators/ trekking agencies/ trekking companies/   always stands for safety, trust and quality services from the initial phase of trekking to end of it. So feel free to choose your trekking destination in Nepal and choose to fulfil your trekking dream of life .

Here are some major trekking destinations that lies in different parts of nepal.
- Annapurna trekking region
-langtang trekking region
-Everest trekking region

-Manang, Mustang, and Dolpa regions and many more.

Monday, October 05, 2015


No elephants may lie down in front of the goal mouth. To do so will constitute a foul. A free hit is awarded to the opposing side from the semi-circle in front of the goal.

Teams are made up from the pool of elephants and balanced out as fairly as possible bearing in mind size and speed of the elephant. Once the pool of elephants has been selected, each elephant is categorized and marked as A,B,C,D, E and F.
Any team with 3 elephants in one half of the pitch is judged to have committed a foul.
An elephant may not pick up the ball in its trunk during play. To do so constitutes a foul and a free hit is awarded to the opposing team from the spot where the ball was picked up.
The defending players must be 15 meters from the spot.

No more than 2 elephants may be in the D at one time – one from the attacking team and one from the defending team.
There are no restrictions as to the height, weight or sex of the elephants.
Sugar cane or rice balls packed with vitamins (molasses and rock salt) shall be given to the elephants at the end of each match and a cold beer, or soft drink, to the elephant drivers and not vice versa.
The health and welfare of the elephants used in elephant polo tournaments is of prime concern. Abuse of the elephant is considered to be the most serious offence.

source:World Elephant Polo Association(WEPA)