Khaptad National park
Khaptad National Park: Nepal's Greenland
Khaptad is a lovely sensation as well as a popular tourist attraction. Even the most stunning places on earth are envious of its splendor. Animals grazing on green, huge spaces with bells jingling around their necks, singing birds, free-flowing rivers, vibrant flowers, and unmatched calm. Anyone who eats the exquisite concoction known as khaptad will experience heaven on earth. Actually, heaven is merely a sensation; it is not a location, and Khaptad possesses some aspects that give rise to that experience. Before arriving in Khaptad for the filming of Heaven is Myth Nepal is Real's eleventh episode, we always believed that we were headed to a fresh location. after arriving at There, our thinking shifted abruptly. Khaptad's intoxication is so strong that it lingers in people's minds for a very long period. Our inebriation is still going strong. There, our thinking shifted abruptly. Khaptad's intoxication is so strong that it lingers in people's minds for a very long period. Our inebriation is still going strong.
One of the must-see locations in Nepal is Khaptad National Park, which is situated between the four districts of western Nepal: Bajura, Acham, Bajhang, and Doti. Through this episode, we have shared with you what we observed and felt. Here, we have tasted Khaptad's intoxication. I'm hoping you'll become engrossed in this video like we were.
The longest travel this season was taken by Khaptad. Only after driving 850 kilometers and trekking all day from Kathmandu can one arrive at Khaptad. Few individuals have also been to Nepal's remote western area. These places have not yet achieved the necessary number of inhabitants due to a lack of development infrastructure. We can only hope that with Tourism and development will come with time.
It was June, and every day there were reports of landslides on various roadways around the nation. Prior to the trip, we were both really anxious. We were concerned as we were moving as to whether or not we might become trapped in a landslide. Fortunately, we were spared the downpour. And we did not travel out of a landslide-related worry.
We arrived at Muglin Bazar after traveling for a bit and dining at Ramailo Danda. From there, we continued on the route to Butwal while heading toward Chitwan. We had been making our way uphill for a long when we were about to arrive at the Terai plains. The journey on the wide road of Terai is a little faster than the road on the hill. But everything comes with advantages and disadvantages. Terai came upon us with unbearable heat.