ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO EASTERN NEPAL

(Janakpur, Dharn, Illam and Darjelling)

Dear Supporters,

On behalf of NECO Foundation, we want to thank you for your generosity and support for this wonderful educational trip to eastern Nepal,

Here's the detail of the trip.


Himalayan Range (Dhaulagiri and Mt. Everest) viewed from Daman View tower.

Day 01

Departure from Kathmandu at about 8 am. We stayed that night at a place near Janakpur.


Headed to Janakpur


Road side click in Daman.

Day 02

Sightseeing in Janakpur included visiting Janakpur temple, Ram Mandir. We spent the night in Dharan.

Achievement

Visited historical places in Janakpurdham, the birth place of Sita. We also visited Janaki Mandir which was built in Mughal style. Similarly, we visited Ram Mandir which is one of the oldest temple. There, we encountered Ram Sita Bibaha Mandap, where Ram and Sita got married.

In Janakpur Mandir


On the way to Koshi Barrage, an international border with India and the largest embankment.

Day 03

We did some sightseeing at Buda Subba Temple, Pindeshwor Mahadev Temple and Bhedetar. We also visited Illam, Fikkal Bazzar and Tea Garden. We spent the night at Darjeeling.

Budha Subba Temple
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Religious place which is believed to fulfill wishes and bring good luck.

Located in Dharan - Limbuwan place (One ethnic eastern cast)

Snapshot in Bhedetar
Bhedetar is a small town by hill from where one can see Dharan. Due to foggy weather, we couldn’t enjoy vivid view.

In Illam, Tea Garden

Day 04

In the early morning, we climbed up the Tiger Hill. We could see the sunrise just fabove the Everest and the Ganesh Himal. The view was spectacular. We spent the day touring around the Tenzing and Gomba Rock, Tea Garden, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Batase Loop, Monastery and other places. In the evening, we return back from Darjeeling and stayed in Itahari.

Day 05

Came back home via B.P Highway. It is the shortest route that join Kathmandu Valley to Terai. All in all, the kids enjoyed the tour (4 days and 5 nights) a lot.

Thank You

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