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Chaubas Hill and Timal Danda Trekking

Chaubas and Timal Danda Trekking

After good successes to organized some trekking groups in Sailung and Timal route through Bholung Village which was our company introduced in Nepal tourism industry and trekking companies whatever, Sailung trekking is become popular day by day, but they change the trek ending point even our promoted route still very beautiful in view of landscape and culture, so we would like to introduce new brand Chaubas Hill and Timal Danda Trekking to promote Eco Tourism for Eco Trekking for those who have short holiday for Nepal and interested to explore rural villages in Nepal as well see the real culture and people within their short staying in Nepal.

While trekking in this area, we walk high up on spectacular ridges in an area inhabited by Tamangs - an indigenous Buddhists' community whose religion is a fusion of Buddhist Lamaism and the Shamanist Bon culture. It is common for a village to have a Lama and a Jhankri (Shaman). Except Tamang, you will have encountered with different ethnic people and experience about socio-economic situation, life-style, and their professions.  You will see the mountain views Gaurishankar, Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, Langtang range etc. If you are interested to donate for education or any project we will recommend you to go for this trek and give donation directly to the person or schools. En route there is one village call Bholung they really expect donation to upgrade education because there is school but still not enough teachers and necessary things for students.

Bholung Village:
This village gives to Travelers real adventure experience. It is located in Kavre Palanchok district and this village is not so far from Kathmandu. It's about 80 km takes 4 hours by bus from Kathmandu and one hours climb up to Bholung from Pachuwarghat or Three hour drive to Dholaghat and hike 6 hours to Bholung. Dholaghat is also rafting starting point for Sunkoshi River It is a popular destination for the rafting so also you are possible around three hours rafting in Sunkoshi River than you arrive in Pachuwarghat or Timrenibeshi than hike to Bholung. The peoples of Bholung is mixed cast. They have own traditional lifestyle and they are farmers and Younger peoples working as trekking guide and Porters.

This village is not so far from Capital city of Nepal but still very remote because There is no electric facilities, shopping center, health post (hospital), police department, toilet facilities, water supply and as well not enough school etc. Our mission to develop this village and other poor villages of Nepal, so we started to promote and research by using way of Eco tourism. During Our mission we found good downer for "Shree Deurali lowers secondary school" from the overseas so Bholung get little change in education. There have optional routes to explore the Bholung where you can see spectacular views lots of waterfalls as well as many rural life and during their travel mountains glimpse make the tourist much fantastic as they expected.


Day 01: Arrival and transfer to hotel
Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley
Day 03: Kathmandu to Phalate Danda
Day 04: Phalate Danda to Chaubas Hill (2100m)
Day 05: Chaubas Hill to Bholung Village (920m)
Day 06: Rest day for see the different cast people in village
Day 07: Bholung village to Chapkhore (1833m)
Day 08: Chapkhore visit Timal Narayanthan continue to Kottimal (1960m)
Day 09: Kot Timal Trek to Bhakunde Besi (700m)
Day 10: Bhakunde Besi Trek to Namo Buddha (1800m)
Day 11: Namobuddha to Walk to Panauti and drive bus to Kathmandu
Day 12: Bhaktapur & Patan sightseeing and return
Day 13: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or relax
Day 14: Drive to Airport for flying your own destination


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