Bats inducing tourists in Nepal’s Sindhuli
1st Dec, 2016 | Tourism Mail Crew
SINDHULI: Bats living inside Sarwa Siddheswori Mahadev Cave of Simle is attracting foreign and domestic tourists here in Sindhuli.
Sarwa Siddheswori Mahadev Cave, one of the popular cave in Sindhuli Bazaar-8 is flocked with tourists and researchers to observe and study the bats. With the flow of tourists Sarwa Siddheswori Tourism Sector Development Committee is escorting a day program on the day of 'Haribodhani Ekadashi' for the promotion and conservation of cave. Nepal Tourism Board has also helped with rupees Five Lakhs (Nrs) for the construction of ladder to the cave.
"Every politicians of Sindhuli are aware and are precocious for the tourism development of the cave." said one of the parliamentary member from Sindhuli, Ganesh Pahadi. Local citizens are also equally helping for the promotional work of the place to increase the number of domestic and foreign tourists.
People can reach the cave after one hour walk to Khaniyakharka and two hours walk to Dhapachauki. It takes 3 hours to reach the cave by foot.