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Dhulikhel – Namobouddha – Kavrebhyang Hike
6:30 am onward Saturday July 2, 2016
Hike for Nepal, Thamel, Kathmandu, Central Region, Nepal

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Dhulikhel – Namobouddha – Kavrebhyang Hike


Event Date: 02 July, 2016

Meeting and Pickup Point: Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall Complex 

Hiking Starts from Batase Danda, Kavre

Participation fee Rs.800 per person (for first timers only) & Rs. 300 for Regular Hikers that includes: 

An attractive T-Shirt with our Hike for Nepal Campaign logo (for new participants)

Transportation ( Bhrikuti Mandap -Batase dada,Dhulikhel (drop)- Kavre Bhanjyang (pick up)-Bhrikuti Mandap( Final-Drop) )

First aid kits for emergency.


Please book your seats now by calling on following numbers.

Ganesh Sharma- 9851014616,

Office - 014266559


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How to get there: Please arrive at Bhrikutimandap Complex (Next to Nepal Tourism Board office) before 6:30 AM. Our team will meet you at Bhrikutimandap Gate. 


Registration time: 6:00AM- 6:30 A.M (Those who haven’t registered earlier, please strictly arrive at the pickup point before 6:30 AM) 

We will leave towards Dhulikhel, Kavre at 7:00 AM. Sharp.

Hike Duration: 5 hours

Grade: Easy

Weather: Some sun with a couple of showers are expected on the day. We advise you to bring a raincoat and wear comfortable light hiking/running shoes. 

Hiking Essentials 

● Light trekking shoes

● Rain coat/ Umbrella 

● Water (2 litre minimum) 

● Hiking stick 

● Backpack

● Sun glass and hat

● Chocolates bars (for instant energy )

● Light Lunch Pack (Try to have home made food)




40 KM away from Kathmandu lies one of holiest pilgrimage site in the word for Buddhist. Legends say a young prince, Mahasattva, ( in some versions, reincarnation of Buddha himself) while walking in a forest with his brothers saw a tigress with 5 cubs she had just given birth to. The tigress was so hungry that she could barely move. Overcome with compassion, he began to feed the tigress and her cubs by cutting his flesh. Later when other brothers came searching for him, found only his bones and hairs. A stupa was built on top of these remains , now known as NAMO BUDDHA. A small shrine a few minutes' walk uphill from the stupa contains statues of the prince together with the tigress and her cubs. This week we will take you to this holy site to pay homage to the Great prince, Mahasattva. Our hike will begin from Batase Danda,Dhulikhel. we will hike for around 2 and half hour on mild elevation towards Namo Buddha passing through Batase Gaun. We will hike in the scenic trail of Shankhu village. We will stop near the stupa for lunch and introduction-cum-entertainment program. We will finally hike down to Kavre Bhanjyang where our chartered bus will pick us.

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