Sindhupalchok District lies in Bagmati Zone in with an area of 2,542 km2. The district is surrounded by Nuwakot, Kathmandu, Kavre, Rasuwa, Dolakha, and China with its respective headquarter Chautara. Sindhupalchok is Just 85km away to the north-east of Kathmandu valley and situated in the lap of Jugal Himalayan Range, Sindhupalchok district is one of the biggest districts among 8 districts of Bagmati Zone of Central Development Region. The major attractions of the region from the tourism point of view are Helambu, Panchpokhari, Tatopani, Gauri Bhimeswor Mandir, Bhairavkunda, Dugunagadi, Jugal Himal, Gangjala Pass, Bhemtang, Palchok Bhagawati, Patal Cave, Tripurasundari Temple, Bank of Sunkoshi and Indrawati Rivers, Namche and Ghunde and Paty Pass. However, the Sindhupalchok region has not yet been fully developed as one of the pioneer tourism destinations of Nepal. The promotion should be there from the government, local people and businesses of the tourism sector. Hence, the aspiring initiation members of the organization and the native individuals felt that they might work together to fulfill their common goals helping the government by providing real suggestions for the promotion and development of tourism business within the region by generating national revenue and making local employment opportunities for the native individuals.
Places to Visit:
Panch Pokhari: Panch Pokhari is a cluster of 5 holy lakes located in Sindhupalchowk district to the north of Katmandu. although the distance between Panch Pokhari and Katmandu is less than one hundred kilometer, it still remains less discovered and explored. it’s considered the ninth highest altitude wetland within the world. The Panch Pokhari lake attracts thousands of individuals throughout the month of August as there’s a celebration of the Janai Purnima festival. Panch Pokhari located at an elevation of 41oo m could be a renowned destination for people following Hinduism furthermore as Buddhism. This trek at the bottom of Mt. Jugal offers lovely views of different mountain ranges as well as Langtang, Dorje Lakpa, rich culture of Tamang and Sherpa folks and an excellent adventure within the end.
Tatopani: Tatopani is a village in Sindhupalchok District within the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 3102 and had 613 houses within the village. Majority folks are of ethnic Sherpa and Tamang. historically and these days, it’s a large retail store between Nepal and China. people living here speak Nepali and Tibetan. the particular border crossing is at Kodari.
Bhotechaur: Bhotechaur is a village in Sindhupalchok District within the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 4995 and had 870 houses within the village. Bhotechaur is legendary for the Shiva Mandir known as Kundeshowri Temple, that is located in Bhanjang village on the bank of the Jarke stream. This temple conjointly touches the border of Katmandu district and is two hundred meters far away from Bansbari VDC, Sindupalchok. Bhotechaur is renowned for the tea garden which is additionally widespread as “Mini Ilam” is one amongst the gorgeous places close to Katmandu for short period outing. Everest tea garden is currently trending traveling destination of the folks of Katmandu valley for Picnic, photo shoot, refreshment visit furthermore united night stay. mini Ilam is accessible by personal vehicle or by hiking where public transportation is rarely accessible.