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Holiday Destination: Dhulikhel

Dhulikhel is the administrative centre of Kavrepalanchok District, Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9812 people in 1624 households. Dhulikhel lies along the B.P. Highway and Arniko Highway. Arniko Highway connects Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city with Tibet's border town of Kodari. Dhulikhel is located at the Eastern rim of Kathmandu Valley, south of the Himalayas at 1550m above sea level and is situated 30 km southeast of Kathmandu and 74 km southwest of Kodari. The people in the village are Newars, Brahmin, Chhettri, Tamang and Dalit. Drinking water in Dhulikhel is one of the best water in Nepal. It was made with the Help of the German NGO, German Technical Cooperation.


Summer 28 °C (83 °F), Winter 2 °C (15 °F)

Tourist Season

Winter is the best for visiting Dhulikhel.


Hotels and Apartments.

General Information Of Dhulikhel

  • Land Area: 34 acres (14 ha)
  • Population: 44 Thousand.
  • Capital City: Dhulikhel.
  • Language: Nepali, Hindi and English.

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Dhulikhel

Indra Chowk

The busy shopping street of Makhan Tole spills into Indra Chowk, the courtyard named after the ancient Vedic deity, Indra. On the right of the square is the Akash Bhairab Temple, or Bhairab of the Sky Temple. From the balcony four metal lions rear out over the street. The temple's entrance is at the right hand side of the building, guarded by two more metal lions, but non-Hindus cannot enter. The silver image inside is visible through the open windows from out in the street, and during important festivals, particularly Indra Jatra, the image is displayed in the square. A large lingam is also erected in the centre of the square at that time. In a small niche just to the left of the Akash Bhairab Temple is a very small but much visited brass Ganesh shrine. Indra Chowk is traditionally a centre for the sale of blankets and cloth, and there are often many merchants on the platforms of the Mahadev Temple. The next door Shiva Temple is a smaller and simplified version of Patan's Krishna Temple.


Panauti is a historical city in Nepal. It is 32 km SE from the capital Kathmandu. It was a small state given by King Bhupatindra Malla as dowry to his sister. Panauti, a small town located 32 km Southeast of Kathmandu, found in the central regions of Nepal. Panauti is a historical city found in Nepal, as it was originally a small state given by King Bhupatindra Malla as a dowry to his sister. This town has a population of under 10,000 people and a few prominent icons, such as the Indreswor temple and Durbar square found in the town center. At the end of the 13th Century, Panauti was finally integrated into the unified kingdom of Nepal, along with Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur, which are all former capital cities of the Kathmandu valley. Panauti, consists of a variety of Buddhist and Hindu religious monuments, and is considered to be one of the area’s most important medieval sites.

Bird watching

Nepal is the paradise for the bird watchers, where one can find 800 specious of bird almost 10% of the world. The bird only find in Nepal is Spiny Babbler. The most popular spots for the bird watching are: Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun Royal Forest, Gokarna, bank of Bagmati and Manohara river and Tsudaha lake near Kathmandu valley. Kosi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Royal Chitwan National Park and other National Parks of Nepal are also the territory of endangered birds. Phulchoki hill is the most popular spot for bird watching in Nepal which is the highest peak on the Valley rim that situated 20 km southeast of Kathmandu, with some 265 species recorded till date. The birds encountered here includes Warblers, Tits, Thrushes, Babblers, Minivets, Woodpeckers, Eagles and many migrant birds. Godavari, where Royal Botanical Garden is situated, at the bottom of the Phulchoki hill, records over 100 species of birds including the lesser Racket-tailed drongo, Tibetan Siskin and the Spotted Forktail.

Shivapuri National Park

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park is the ninth national park in Nepal and was established in 2002. It is located in the country's mid hills on the northern fringe of the Kathmandu Valley and named after Shivapuri Peak of 2,732 m altitude. It covers an area of 159 km2 in the districts of Kathmandu, Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk, adjoining 23 Village Development Committees. The area was established as a protected watershed and wildlife reserve. In 2002, it was gazetted as Shivapuri National Park, initially covering 144 km2, and extended by the Nagarjun Forest Reserve in early 2009 to its present size.


Bus Terminal in or Near by

Banepa Bus Stop

Banepa Panauti Khopasi Road
Panauti, Nepal

Araniko Bus Station

Araniko Highway
Banepa, Nepal

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