Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking - 1 Day

Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking - 1 Day
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    "Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking is planned especially for those who are looking for less stressful walking and those who don’t want to feel the pain of walking at all"

    Dhulikhel is famous and accessible tourist location residing near the capital city of Kathmandu which is still proud for its traditional villages, traditional Newari culture and natural treasure of woodlands. This place is a heaven for the hikers who want to see Nepal close by as people living their traditional lifestyle, terraced fields, traditional culture and festivals, the traditional way of life and customary outfits. Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking the travelers visit this place for mountain perspective, experience to rural Nepal and additionally making it as trekking and biking center point. A number of resort hostels with beautiful houses and buildings are assorted in this place to grab hold of the magnificent Himalaya Panorama views in the background of Sunrise and Sunsets, however, the full Himalayan vista must be seen from a small mountain over the town. Most of the time Dhulikhel is considered as the short stay places which gives time for a stroll around the traditional villages, a light stroll on the nature and woodlands along with an entire day voyage through rivers and forests for a full hiking course diving in nature.

    The primary attractions of this Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking are the all-encompassing mountain perspectives along with valleys cape views from the top along with the ancient Buddhist temple and stupa at the summit which is the one of the world heritage monument of UNESCO and is the most religious respected region of the world known as Namo Buddha.

    As per the Buddhist legend, Namo Buddha is the spot where the Buddha in his previous life offered his body to a starving tigress so she could nourish her siblings. His reliquary stupa stayed underground for centuries until people found out this place and established as a religious Buddhist region. Namo Buddha is a holy place for both Hindus and Buddhists and where is visited by pilgrims all the year round.

    The village around Namo Buddha is additionally celebrated for rice, mustard and millet and it is renowned for its rural life style even though it is very much close to the civilization. During Dhulikhel Namobuddha Day Hiking Travelers are fascinated by the locale’s traditional way of life, occurrence of temples which are of ancient establishments, variations in landscapes and diversity of people living in harmony.

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