Trip Overview

Embark on this long 2-day journey to Chitlang Markhu Lake for a short drive to Matatirtha the famous Hindu temple. As soon as we got there, the first climb of the mountains to the top of Chandragiri Hill at the top. The hill itself offers spectacular views of the Kathmandu Valley and the Himalayan giants from Gauri Shankar to Annapurna. Chandragiri hill has recently become a popular tourist destination due to the introduction of cable cars. The next stop for this trip is Chitlang, an ancient Newari area in the Makwanpur region. The various monuments of art, the pagoda roof, and the unique craftsmanship surrounding the area provide an attractive attraction. Then we continued on our way all the way to Kulekhani day on the second day. The area is famous for Indrasarovar, the largest lake ever built near Kathmandu. Boating and fishing as a profession have attracted tourists here for years. After this, we return to Kathmandu.


Another 35 minutes' drive to Matatirtha; the point at which we begin the journey. The word "Matatirtha" refers to the mother's abode. This beautiful place sees many tourists / travelers who lose their mothers on Mother's Day every year in April (Hindu Nepalese people celebrate Mother's Day on the first day of the month in April each year).The we start walking towards the Chandragiri Hills top (2729m) which is an old temple site but was a new tourist attraction recently with the introduction of the Cable car. The area is rich in wildflowers as it has lush tropical forests and flower beds It is a 4-5 hour walk through the small hills, dense jungle, Chhap Bhanjyang village (you may be lucky to find a local shop for a cup of tea / coffee here). beautiful place with Bhaleshwor Mahadev Temple, restaurants, parking area, etc. on a clear day you can watch spectacular mountain views from east to west including Mt. Gaurishanker, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang mountain range, Manase, Ganesh Himal, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Mtalu Everes t, Api, etc. After enjoying lunch and the beauty of Chandragiri Hills, Himalayan views, we head straight for Chitlang. Chitlang is an ancient city that still has as much evidence as ancient temples, elaborate restrooms, stone taps, etc., proving that it was a civilized society in ancient times. There are other accommodations and Chitlang Village also offers you the opportunity to stay at home where you can connect and gain an understanding of rural life in Nepal. Historic sites such as Pauwa, Saat Dhara (seven water taps), Shiwalaya, and other ancient monuments give you extra pleasure while staying in Chitlang.
After a good breakfast; go again. After walking for about an hour we reach Kulekhani. Khulekhani has the largest lake (dam) in Nepal that is designed to generate electricity. The lake's name is Indrasarovar (sarobar Means Lake). We can enjoy a boat ride on the lake. After lunch, we return to Kathmandu. We pass the Temple Temple (the black South of the south) and a Muslim pilgrimage known as Pharping, where the famous Guru Padmasabhava is said to have meditated and discovered the Buddha. We can take the opportunity to inspect the temple and the monastery if we wish. Continue driving back to Kathmandu.



What is Included?

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Private travel
  • Travel guide
  • Twin accommodation / double sharing.
  • Breakfast x 1
  • Lunch x 2
  • Dinner x 1
  • Travel permits.
  • All taxes with guide fees.

What is Excluded?

  • Travel, accommodation, and food in Kathmandu / Bhaktapur
  • Bar drinks and beverages such as coke, Fanta, can be juice, etc.
  • Personal travel insurance and mountain gear.
  • Personal environmental costs such as toilets, telephones, and laundry services.
  • Emergency rescue work.
  • Tips for your guide/driver
Trip Info
Chitlang Village Trek

  • Chitlang Village is an inaccessible place where tourists experience  Traditional, natural, traditional, and local things.
  • Many temples have amazing wood and stone carvings, art galleries, stone taps, etc.
  • A trip to the village of Chitlang offers a glimpse of the Nepalese people, the Tamang and Newari landscapes, culture and religion, a way of life, and a more spectacular view of the mountains.
  • The food will be delicious in Chitlang as it produced there in an organic way.
  • There is much evidence to suggest that there was a civilized society in ancient times.
  • It is the only place in the world, where motors used to carry people because there was no road to Kathmandu.

Equipment Checklist

Chitlang Village Trek

Trekking without trekking gears can be very difficult as well as very inflicting in nature. And when you’re residing on somewhere new it’s really very necessary to take care of your health and other basic needs. So here are the basic recommended gears you need to make this trek easy, simple, and not dangerous.


It's very necessary to wear the outfit according to the situation and place. So here are some of the essential clothing gears required for trekking.

  • Boots or shoes suited to the terrain
  • Socks  (synthetic or wool)
  • Extra clothing (beyond the minimum expectation)
  • Quick-drying pants and shorts 
  • Rainwear (jacket and pants)
  • Long underwear
  • Warm, insulated jacket or vest
  • Fleece pants
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Warm hat
  • Bandana (if necessary)
  • Spare plastics to distinct clean clothes and dirty clothes.

It’s very essential to take your own health and hygiene from the new weather condition. So here are some of the apparatus that might be needed while trekking period.

  • Sunscreen 
  • Sunglasses 
  • Sun hat 
  • Toilet paper
  • Urinary products
  • Sanitation trowel (if no washroom)
  • Baby wipes 
  • Sanitizers and alcohol wipes


To capture moments, to withdraw money, and to trek in a very efficient manner here are some technical gears that should be packed.

  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Credit cards/ATM cards
  • Trekking sticks and duffle bags
  • Books/GPS navigators

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