Budhinanda taal (lake) is not famous among Kathmanduties and travelers. One of the off-the-beaten-track destination in West Nepal, which dared to redefine the concept of conventional trekking.
The 13-day trek to the Budhinandha Tal (lake), a pilgrimage site in one of the remotest part of Far West Nepal, Bajura, included almost 4 days of barefoot walking braving an elevation of 4,600 meters.
Day 1-2: Kathmandu to Martadi (Bus & by foot)
Day 3: Martadi to Pandu Sen
Day 4: Pandu Sen to Kolti to Dadkharka
Day 5: Dadkharka to chapre odar (camp)
Day 6: Chapre odar to dhauli Odar(camp)
Day 7: dhauli Odar to budhinanda to Ranikharka(camp)
Day 8: Ranikharka, chapre to Dogra (near Nuri)
Day 9: Dogra to Kolti
Day 10: Rest Day
Day 11: Kolti to NepalGunj (Fly)
Day 12: Rest day
Day 13: Nepalgunj to Ktm (Bus)
🌏 District : Bajura
💹 Difficulty Level : Hard
💰 Budget : 25k
Thanks to @joshi_shishir for sharing the amazing destination with us.
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