There are countless places in Nepal which need to be reckoned. These places guarantee the mesmerizing travel moments. Apart from the regular and well known trekking and tour destinations; there are places yet to be discovered.
These places have high potential. Moreover, visiting to the untainted places which are rich in cultural and natural diversity never fails. It definitely quenches one’s travel hunger.
Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo is located on laps of Dorji Lakpa Himalaya (6,966 m) and Panchpokhari ( 4, 100 m) at Sindhupalchok district of Nepal. It is one of the several villages around Nepal having loads of touristic potential. Mountains, green lush forests, multiethnic community, terraced farmlands and tranquil rural environment make this place a must visit destination.
The place is second after Khumbu region of Nepal being habituated by Hyolmo/Yolmo and Sherpa. The place is still unknown or rather has not been publicized.
Interestingly, the Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo village is very near from the capital city Kathmandu. It is within the Langtang Trekking Region at the Helambu circuit. It is also situated en-route to Ganesh Himal Trekking Trail.
Attractions of Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo
Major attractions of Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo Village are
- Natural Resources
- Traditional Rural Lifestyle
- Mountain Vistas (Dorje Lakpa (6,966 m), Gauri Shankar (7,134 m), Langtang (3,500 m), Phurbi Chhujyu (6,636 m), Maadiya (6,257 m) , Rowling, Jugal (6, 070 m)
- Festivals and Fairs
Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo is rich in natural resources. Green lush forests of sub – tropical and temperate nature are found. Rhododendron, Sal, Laurel, Blue Pine, Castanopsis Indica etc are found in the village. Streams and waterfalls are in abundance. You can encounter wild boar, bear, Himalayan Thar, Blue Sheep, Lophophorous, white panda, dove, pigeons, parrots, swift, wild honey bees etc. Overall the excursion of Baruwa Beyul Hyolmo will endow the lifetime experience of all the wonders of Mother Nature including vegetations to wildlife.
Traditional Rural Lifestyle
The people of Baruwa experienced the devastating 2015 earthquake which tolled more than 150 people and injured over 600. Even if the nature callously destroyed the people relentlessly stood again. They are the perfect example of rural hilly people.