Dharchula"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Jauljibi - The place is thronged by the natives and the Nepalese inhabitants during the annual fair held in the month of November.Jauljibi is a beautiful place which is popular for the confluence of the Gori and the Kali rivers. It is situated at a distance of 23 kilometres from the township.

     

    Om Parvat - The snow deposition on the mountain range resembles the word 'Aum' which is considered sacred by Hindus. Tourists can head towards the Parvati Lake and the Jonglingkong Lake from here.Om Parvat is also known as AdiKailash, Little Kailash, Jonglingkong Peak, Baba Kailash and ChhotaKailash. It is a popular pilgrimage site of the Hindus and resembles the Mount Kailash of Tibet.

     

    Askot Sanctuary - The sanctuary is situated at an average altitude of 5,412 feet above sea level. Travellers can spot bharals, snow leopards, black bears, chirs, koklas, pheasants, chukors, musk deer, tahra and snow cocks in the sanctuary.The Askot Sanctuary is famous among wildlife enthusiasts and is known for being home to a diverse species of flora and fauna.

     

    Chirkila Dam - The Chirkila Dam constructed across the Kali River is a one of the popular picnic locations in the region. Situated at a distance of 20 kilometres from the town centre, the dam supplies energy to the nearby regions. At present, the Chirkila Dam has the capacity to generate 1500kW of power.

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    KMVN Tourist Rest House Dharchula, Dharchula

    Dharchula

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Dharchula is situated on the banks of Kali River which divides the boundary of India with Nepal. Dharchula bus stop is only half km away from KMVN Dharchula. KMVN Tourist Rest House Dharchula

    2,500.00 Avg/night

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    Jauljibi - The place is thronged by the natives and the Nepalese inhabitants during the annual fair held in the month of November.Jauljibi is a beautiful place which is popular for the confluence of the Gori and the Kali rivers. It is situated at a distance of 23 kilometres from the township.

     

    Om Parvat - The snow deposition on the mountain range resembles the word 'Aum' which is considered sacred by Hindus. Tourists can head towards the Parvati Lake and the Jonglingkong Lake from here.Om Parvat is also known as AdiKailash, Little Kailash, Jonglingkong Peak, Baba Kailash and ChhotaKailash. It is a popular pilgrimage site of the Hindus and resembles the Mount Kailash of Tibet.

     

    Askot Sanctuary - The sanctuary is situated at an average altitude of 5,412 feet above sea level. Travellers can spot bharals, snow leopards, black bears, chirs, koklas, pheasants, chukors, musk deer, tahra and snow cocks in the sanctuary.The Askot Sanctuary is famous among wildlife enthusiasts and is known for being home to a diverse species of flora and fauna.

     

    Chirkila Dam - The Chirkila Dam constructed across the Kali River is a one of the popular picnic locations in the region. Situated at a distance of 20 kilometres from the town centre, the dam supplies energy to the nearby regions. At present, the Chirkila Dam has the capacity to generate 1500kW of power.

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