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Devchuli Hill Hiking Nawalparasi
Scenic Mountain Views from Devchuli Hill, Nawalparasi

Want a short break from the everyday hectic schedule? or love the adventure of day hiking, Nawalparasi offers you the best. Just few kilometers from the Chitwan Jungle Safari, Maulakalika and Devchuli offers you the best walking holidays with the religious significance.


Devchuli Hill

Devchuli is the hiking spot located at Pragatinagar, Devchuli Municipality, Nawalparasi district of Nepal. Inhabitant of Indigenous Magar, Bhrahman and Tharu community, Devchuli is the religious, natural and historical place that should be promoted as the tourist attraction. Tiger, Elephant, Rhino, Antelopes and diffrent species of birds, local culture and history, beautiful Annapurna Mountain views and rhododenron forests are the major attraction of the site.

Maulakalika Temple, Nawalparasi
Maulakalika Temple, Nawalparasi

Maulakalika Temple

Maula Kalika, a famous Hindu temple of Goddess Kalika in Gaindakot Municipality of Nawalparasi district in Lumbini zone of Nepal, is a very famous religious and hiking destination. The maula kalika temple is famous for religious point of view as during the Dashain festival in September-October, temple is crowded with devotees and hikers worshipping Goddess Kalika in the festive seasons.

Maulakalika as the Hiking spot

Residents from Gaindakot Municipality and nearby towns of Narayangarh, Bharatpur and Chitwan choose this places as a destination to enhance their leisure time with the feel of the cool breeze, observation of wide panoramic views of wilderness, and the exciting adventure of walking through 2000 meters long sloping and curving stairs to attain the height of the final destination.

The spot offers the panoramic views of Narayani River, nearby towns of Gaindakot and Chitwan, Mt. Manaslu on the north side and beautiful sunrise views in the early morning. Tourists who visit Chitwan National Park and Lumbini often choose the spot for short trekking. It takes about 4 hours to go up and down for the hiker so it could be the best hiking destination for a day hiking in Nawalparasi. Walking/climbing the hill is a popular way to get there. The foot trails were maintained by local labor contribution. It takes about 30 minutes for experts and about 2 hours for new comers to reach the top. You can enjoy the site seeing, shop for fruits, and drink natural water or rest in those foot trails.

Trekking route to be constructed in Mahabharat range

A tourism trekking route is to be constructed covering the Mahabharat hill range. In the initial phase, a trekking route linking Gaidakot of Nawalparasi to Jhiruwa of Palpa is to be opened. The trekking route would straddle the Mahabharat hill in Nawalparasi and Palpa districts.

The site with historic and religious importance is equally rich in natural and cultural beauty. The Mahabharat range was ruled by the kings of the Sen dynasty when the country was divided into 22 and 24 principalities.
The area which will be covered by a new trekking route with five-day package offers scenic views of the lush green hills with heart touching experiences of the rich Magar culture, Devchuli Hill Conservation and Touristic Area Development Committee Vice Chair Heera Singh Reshmi Magar said.

A feasibility study for opening a route which will pass through Maulakalika, Hattigauda, Barchuli, Devchuli and Rudrapurgadhi of the Mahabharat range has been already completed.  The route is a habitat to ghoral and it is the 'best' destination for tourism trekking, District Development Committee Nawalparasi Information Office Pushkar Kafle said.

Dense Magar settlements, scenic views of the Machhapuchhre and the Daulagiri peaks and Terai flat lands will provide pleasure for trekkers, he added.

The Local Development Committee Nawalparsi has praised local-level effort to develop infrastructure for tourism development. This would be a great support to local's livelihood, Local Development Officer Ramuraj Kadariya said.

It may be noted that the government has allocated Rs one million for establishing the Gaidakot-Jhiruwa trekking route. Locals are excited over the inclusion of their development plan at the central level.

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