Terai Trekking

Kapilvastu, Nepal Phone: Not Available


A flat-landers version of mountain trekking. First performed in 1991 by two Peace Corps volunteers who walked from Bhairawaha, to Trivenighat, and on to Chitwan, some 70 kilometers in three days via existing back roads, farm lands, forests and footpaths. It was their way of attempting to walk the path taken by Siddhartha (a Buddhist Via Dolorosa if you like) who after renouncing his princely life escaped the fortress compound at Tilaurakot and walking (actually riding his steed Kantaka) east into the jungles. Other versions could be simply day walks from Bhairahawa to Lumbini and catching the bus back.

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