Bethanchowk Mahabharat Hiking & Feel The Nature.

mount-mahabharat-homestay hiking- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
mountmahabharat-homestay hiking- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Foreigners doing hiking- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Tourists enjoying hiking with Chairman Kamal Nepal- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Chairman Kamal Nepal with Foreigners- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Chairman Kamal Nepal with tourists- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Hiking with guests - Mount Mahabharat- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal
Hiking with guests Mount Mahabharat- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal

Bethanchowk Mahabharat Hiking

Here at Mount Mahabharat, we offer our guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in a peaceful place surrounded by the beauty of nature. At the highest altitude of 3018m, our paths give them a beautiful opportunity to take get a glimpse of the local flora, wildlife, and the way of life and culture of local people here.

The Bethanchowk Mahabharat Hiking is one of the major hiking in Nepal. You must be here once in your life (Recommonded).

You will hike to Bethanchok Narayansthan or Mount Mahabharat. And, it is sure that you will fall in love with the place as you get to view the amazing 180-degree view of snow-capped peaks. We charge only $10 per person per day for hiking to Bethanchowk Mahabharat. Also, you will get the opportunity to witness the stunning sunset and sunrise views while surrounded by mountains all around.

Bethanchowk, located on the southern hills of Kavrepalanchowk, is the highest peak in the Mahabharat range. It is located at an altitude of 3000m above sea level and offers stunning views of the mountains and surrounding landscapes. From Bethanchowk you can also see some parts of Janakpur and Makwanpur.

From Bethanchowk hilltop you can view Tibetan peaks in the North and Indian plains in the South. However, this whole mountain is renowned as Bethanchowk Naryanthan, named after a small temple, Narayanthan. Every year, the place is crowded with devotees during the Fagu Purnima.

The peak is famously known as Narayanthan rather than Bethanchowk. Locals also refer to it as the King of the Hills. The best time to visit is Mangsir according to the locals. We also offer short trekking around Bethanchowk, you may enjoy the moment too.


What Other Visitors Experienced

Andreas-Kaimakliotis- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal

I really want to thank you Kamal and your wonderful family for allowing me to stay with you for two weeks and making me feel so welcome since the very beginning. Got to experience traditional nepali culture, work in nature, eat healthy organic food and take a breath from my everyday life. It truly was a return to nature experience. Until we meet again, take care dai.

Andreas Kaimakliotis, Homestay,
Thomas-Gallasso- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal

Fantastic place! Amazing! I came here for stay a couple of days and stayed at the end for 6 months! Excellent food, excellent rooms, excellent view. 5 stars for sure

Thomous Gallaso, Homestay,
Tatiana- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal

Adorable family, a unique experience in Nepal – true organic life and culture in the Himalaia mountains. The food is amazing!!!

Tatiana, Damaatto,
Aurelia-and-Pauline-1- Bethanchok -3 Dhunkharka Kavre Nepal

We are stay only 4 days but we had a nice stay with this cute family. The grandma and Gauma are really attentive to us and they cooked really good food. Kamal was really helpfull and answered to our trip question. It’s was a pleasure to stay with a Nepalese family in this beautiful setting. The 2 boys are really cute and funny we enjoy to play with them.

Aurelia and Pauline,