Holy Devghat and Chitwan National Park

Holy Devghat and Chitwan National Park : 
Chitwan National Park, located in the southwestern part of Nepal, stands as a testament to the country’s commitment to preserving its rich biodiversity. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, boasting a diverse array of flora and fauna, including endangered species like the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, and Asian elephant. Visitors to Chitwan have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the natural beauty through activities such as jungle safaris, elephant rides, and bird watching. Beyond the wildlife, the park provides a glimpse into the unique Tharu culture, offering traditional dance performances and insights into the indigenous community’s way of life.

Devghat, situated at the confluence of the Seti Gandaki and Trishuli rivers in central Nepal, is a sacred pilgrimage site with profound religious significance. Believed to be the meditative ground of Lord Vishnu, Devghat draws Hindu pilgrims seeking spiritual cleansing through ritualistic bathing in the holy rivers. The place also important for Sita Mata and Balmiki Rishi. The area is adorned with temples, ghats, and ashrams, creating a serene environment for meditation and reflection. Beyond its religious allure, Devghat’s natural beauty, surrounded by hills and verdant landscapes, adds to the tranquility of the site. Pilgrims and tourists alike can explore the temples, partake in religious ceremonies, and experience the profound cultural and spiritual atmosphere that defines Devghat. Both Chitwan National Park and Devghat offer distinct yet captivating facets of Nepal’s natural and cultural wealth, making them appealing destinations for a diverse range of visitors. People who joining Kailash Manasarovar can visit Devghat or even Chitwan National park  4 days trip from Kathmandu before going to Kailash Mansarovar yatra. Please let us know if you wish to take a trip to Chitwan and Devghat before joining Kailash tour.