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Kalinchowk 1N2D

Dolakha, Nepal

Kalinchowk Hindu Shrine by Jeep

Kalinchowk (For Group)

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General Information

Kalinchowk trekking belongs to the Rowling trekking region. This trek is lies in the eastern part of Nepal and is known for its immense natural beauty. Those who go for the Kalinchowk trekking can enjoy panoramic views of Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Lampung, Jugal Himal, Shisha Panga, Gauri Shankar etc. Kalinchowk Bhagawati temple is at 3780m – the highest altitude of this trek. This temple is named after the Hindu Goddess Kali. The Kalinchowk trek begins and ends at Charikot in Dolakha district. Kalinchowk trek is ideal for the exploration of culture as well as natural beauty. Kalinchowk trek is one of the most amazing trekking trails in Nepal. Kalinchowk trekking is ideal for those who enjoy geographical wonders, religious places and medieval culture.

Another highlight of Kalinchowk trek Dolakha is to visit Kalinchok Bhagawati temple and the view of the illuminated Kathmandu valley at night. Those who go for Dokakha Kalinchok Bhagawati temple experience an environment of unusual solitude. Even the novice trekkers can go for this trekking. Those who are physically as well as mentally healthy and prepared to walk for a few hours daily can very well undertake newly opened trekking trail. Those who want to enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayas may go to Kathmandu and from their can take either of the two trekking routes to Kalinchowk – Barabise or Charikot, both these are amazing trails. The trekkers get the opportunity to know about the lifestyle and culture of different communities. The trekkers have to cross a few villages to reach Kalinchowk. These villages are inhabited by Brahmins, Tamangs and Sherpas.The two natural springs Sundhara and Tama originate from Kalinchowk. These springs are the main sources of the two major rivers Sunkoshi and Tamakoshi. On the Charikot –Kalinchowk trail one can see the Rhododendron forest and various species of birds including Pheasant the national bird of Nepal. Thuloptal village is the last part of Kalinchowk trekking. On their way to Kalinchowk the hikers can view Sunkoshi River as well as Mt. Gauri Shankar. The local people at Thuloptal always welcome the tourists to visit prominent Bhagawati temple of the Hindus Goddess of Kali.

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JP Road, Thamel, Kathamandu
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Itinerary and details:

Day 01: Early morning drive towards Kuri.Breakfast and lunch on the way.Late night reach Kuri and Overnight and dinner at hotel.
Day 02Early morning trek towards Kalinchowk. After 3-4hrs of walk reach the top point and take a time for youself enjoying the site.After spending some hours back to Kuri hotel and take a breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu. Lunch on the way

The package includes:

  • Transportation Kathmandu to Barbise and Charikot to KTM bus / Jeep>/li>
  • All meals and accommodation during Kalinchowk trekking period

The package does not include:

  • Hot and cold shower, battery recharge during Kalinchowk trek
  • Personal expenses phone calls, bar bills, extra porters etc.
  • Personal Kalinchowk trekking equipment’s / gears
  • All others expenses not mentioned on price include section

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