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Exploring enigmatic caves in Nepal

Siddha cave (file photo)

Nepal is not only famous for trekking, river rafting, paragliding, and mountaineering activities. Exploring enigmatic caves within Nepal could be another daring act for tourists to engage in while in Nepal.

Yes, of course, exploring caves in Nepal could be a more exciting and magical trip for you.  Digging into new historical caves will give you a more vivid picture of what was ancient Nepal like some 5000 years ago when tribal indigenous kings used to rule over Nepal.

Caves will certainly usher you into a different world.  Most of these caves are filled with statues of local deities, mythological Goddesses, and Gods whose narratives and rhetoric are given in various religious scriptures.

Caves in Nepal are indeed affluent sources of natural, spiritual, and geological importance. Every cave here is unique and different in historical significance.

Some of these caves are man-made and are often filled with bats and other wild animals. If you wish to visit any caves in Nepal the best places to explore caves are Mustang, Pokhara, and Tanahun.

The already famous caves are Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Mahendra Cave, Chamera or Bat Cave, Siddha Cave, and Sky Caves of Mustang. Fees may be charged to the tourists while entering these caves.

So, why not experience this cave exploration in Nepal?

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