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Kulekhani-Chitlang Trekking

Chitlang is one of the village development committee (VDC) of Makwanpur District, a part of Narayani Zone. Its district headquarters, Hetauda covers an area of 2,426 sq/km. It lies in the high level of the northern part of Makwanpur district and southern main path of the 8289fts chandragiri hill. Emperor Ashok who’d visited Nepal in the year B.S. 316 (Nepal Sambat 1153), A.D. 273 – 232 or 2265years before had installed Ashok pillars and also installed one Chaitya at the so called place Chilanche of Chitlang village.

It lies at the north-west of Kathmandu city, 12 km from Hanumandhoka. Similarly from south it lies 7 miles from Chisapani Gadi towards the entry point to the capital. And from East it lies 10km from Dashinkali temple towards the east. From west it lies 2km from Tistung Panpu, where the temple Bajrabahari temple is situated.


  • Country: Nepal
  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Destination: Asia / Nepal/Makawanpur
  • Grade: 1
  • Accomodation: Homestay.
  • Meals: B. L.D.
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Maximum Altitude: 2000m
  • Best Season: All Season.
  • Trip Overview:

                         Itinerary                                     Elevation                Time

Day 1: Representative of Nurture Nepal receives you at airport and transfers to hotel.

Day 2: Kathmandu site seeing.                                1320m.                 FullDay

Day 3: Drive to Daman & trek to Kulekhani,               1800m.                  3 hrs.

Day 4: Boating & village excursion, trek to Chitlang.  1910m.                  3hrs.

Day 5: Visit the goat cheese factory at Chitlang and trek to Kathmandu.

•             Airport pick-up and drop services

•             Trekking guide

•             Porters.

•             All land  transportation.

•             All meals three times a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner.)

•             Insurance and equipments for trekking staff

•             First aid kit

•             Rescue assistance

•             Nature of personal expenses

•             Drinks, beverages, hot shower, etc.

•             Tips

•             Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu