Off-Beaten Travel Destination, South Lalitpur
South Lalitpur is a nature paradise, located 30km south of Patan Durbar Square. A slippery off-road during the rainy season, from Patan to the south of the Lalitpur district leads to a magnificent untouched travel destination and home of many humble and cheerful people.
|Attractions in South Lalitpur||Baitarni Dhaam|
|Kaleshwor Temple||Simba Falls|
Attractions In South Lalitpur
Baitarni Dhaam is one of the religious places of Lalitpur. It is located in Gotikhel, Southern Lalitpur. Baitarni Dhaam is not popular as other temples because it lies in rural areas. Baitarni Dhaam is surrounded by remarkable scenery of hills and is popular for hiking.
Kaleshwor Mahadev Temple
Lord Shiva has a form known as Kaleshwor Mahadev, also known as Mahadev. Almost all of Nepal's hills have temples and monasteries at their summits. This temple is also situated in a stunning setting at the summit of a hill in South Lalitpur. The Kaleshwor Temple is more than simply a modest plain space with a shrine to Lord Shiva, a trident, and a bell. Many people visit this location to worship Lord Shiva. The stunning view from the summit, though, is what draws the majority of visitors.
How to get To Kaleshwor Mahadev Temple
We can get into kaleshwor temple by 1.5 hour of hike From Gotikhel, Baitarni Dhaam. There is a series of hills covered with thick woodlands. You can overlook Terai and the mountains at the peak of Kaleshwor Mahadev temple. It could be the ideal location for a strenuous trek.