Travel To Gyandi
Visiting new places is one of the best ideas for learning and recreational purpose. I guess all of us here like to Travel different parts of the world, learn the society, customs & cultures and expose to the nature of best places in the world.
Some like to enjoy the shopping in the cities like Los Angles, New York, Paris, etc. and some enjoy the food malls of different countries with Chinese, Thai or Indian Cousine. But today we are traveling in a different way to a semi-village of Parbat. Yes, we are going to learn how can we Travel To Gyandi.
Let me introduce a place called Gyandi (also called as Gyandi Chaur). It is a beautiful place in Parbat district of Western Nepal where The Highest Bridge of Nepal is located. From the capital city, Kathmandu one can reach Gyandi directly by bus or any vehicles. You can also have a flight (airways) to Pokhara and then reach Gyandi. Road route is like: Kathmandu – Pokhara – Gyandi -Phalewash.
At Gyandi you can walk over the highest suspension bridge of Nepal that connects Katuwachaupari of Gyandi to Wadagown of Kushma. Viewing down from the bridge to the land and river is quite like you see the lands via Google Map.
Talking about Gyandi is surrounded by green hills and snow-covered mountains. At the western side of Gyandi lies mountains like Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mt. Annapurna I & II and others. From the chaur of Gyandi one can enjoy viewing the sunset at the hills
of Balewa. The hills and mountains surrounding the Gyandi have added extra beauty to creating beautiful sceenario and is great for video
shoots and photography.
Fooding & Lodging is available too. Everywhere you can use internet via high-speed Wi-Fi or HD Cable lines. You can have a visit to Patheshwori Temple, Shiva Temple, Alapeshwor Cave, etc. Treaking towards hills of Rugdi, Shankerpokhari can also be started from GyandiChaur. There is a possibility for Bunji (Bunjee) jumping from the highest bridge of Nepal over Modi River. Many local and international tourists come visit Gyandi and When are you coming to Gyandi?