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Sindhupalchok District, An introduction

Sindhupalchok District, An introduction

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Sindhupalchok District lies in Bagmati Zone in the central region of Nepal. The total area of the district is 2,542 sq km. The district is surrounded by Nuwakot, Kathmandu, Kavre, Rasuwa, Dolakha and China.

Sindhupalchok Just 85km. away to the north-east of Kathmandu valley and situating in the lap of Jugal Himalayan Range, Sindhupalchok district is one of the biggest district among eight districts of Bagmati Zone of Central Development Region. The major attractions of the region from the tourism point of view are Helambu, Panchpokhari, Tatopani, Gaurati Bhimeswor Mandir, Bhairavkunda, Dugunagadi, Jugal Himal, Gangjala Pass, Bhemtang, Palchok Bhagawati, Patal Cave, Tripurasundari Temple, Bank of Sunkoshi and Indrawati Rivers, Tamche and Ghunde and Paty Pass.

However, the Sindhupalchok region has not yet been fully developed as one of the pioneer tourism destination of Nepal. The promotion should be there from government, local people and businesses of tourism sector. Hence, the aspiring founding members of the organization and the local people felt that they could work together to meet their common goals assisting the government by providing genuine suggestions for the promotion and development of tourism business in the region by generating national revenue and creating local employment opportunities for the local people.

Chautara is a settlement and the district headquarters of Sindhupalchok District, Bagmati Zone, Nepal.

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