Where is it?

How to reach to Adhyay Retreat – Tistung?

Here is exact location of the resort:

There are several routes to come to Adhyay Retreat from Kathmandu. Depending upon your vehicle and comfort, please choose one of these:

Route 1:

kalanki-naubise-tistung-bajrabarahi

Kathmandu – Naubise – Tistung – Bajrabarahi  (61 Km)

Kathmandu to naubise – black topped 2 lane road.
Naubise to Kunchal Bhanjyang (Tistund Deurali) – black topped single lane road, Prithvi highway the oldest highway of Nepal.
Kunchhal Bhanjyang – Bajra Barahi, Saraswati Bazaar, black topped single lane road, Kulekhani Road.

Travel by: Cycle, Bike, Small car, SUV, Sedan, Jeep, Taxi, Micro bus, Mini bus, Bus
Traffic: Low.
Notes: The roads from Naubise onwards has many turns and 7 hairpin bends called “Saat Ghumti”. Drive slow!

Route 2:

Kalanki-Thankot-Chandragiri-Chitlang-Toukhel-Bajrabarahi

Kathmandu – Thankot – Chandragiri hill – Chitlang – Toukhel – Bajra barahi (29Km)
Thankot to Chandragiri hill – steep up hill, slippery, graveled one lane road.
Chandragiri hill – Chitlang – steep down hill, slippery, graveled one lane road.
Chitang to Bajra Barahi Saraswati Bazaar – single lane graveled, dusty road.

Travel by: Bike, 4Wd Jeep, 4Wd SUV, Cycle (if you’re ready to carry your cycle in up hills!).
Don’t travel by: Sedan car, taxi, Bus, Micro bus, Mini bus, SUV without 4Wd

Note: Travel only if you love adventure!
Traffic: Low

Route 3:

Kalanki-dakhinkali-kulekhani-markhu-bajrabarahi

Kathmandu – Dakhishnaki – Phakhel – Kulekhani – Markhu – Toukhel – Bajrabarahi  (55Km)

Balkhu to Dakhinkali – black topped one lane road.
Dakhinkali to Kulekhani – black topped + graveled (mostly graveled) one lane road.
Kulekhani to Bajrabarahi Saraswati Bazar – graveled one lane road

Travel by: Bike, 4Wd Jeep, SUV, 4Wd SUV, Taxi, Cycle, Sedan car, Bus, Mini bus,

Traffic: Relatively high

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