Day 01- Dharchula 940m
Arrival at Dharchula. On reaching Dharchula we get Paper work for Inner line Permit done. We need inner line permit for today as we almost touch International border of Nepal today. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.
Dharchula:- "Dhar" means "Ridge" and "Chulha" means "A stove". The unique geography of this place is the reason behind why we call this valley "Dharchula", so if you see it from bird's eye view, the town exactly looks like a Stove covered by high ridges on all four sides, divided by gushing "kali river" leaving Nepal on other side. Other than just Visting Nepal, one could feel dharchula in several other ways like a must visit to "RUNG" museum or tasting delicacies of dumplings. If you know how to connect to the vibration of places then you surely will touch the strings of historical indo -tibet trade and the great migration caravan could be felt in the eyes of every indigenous rung individual, the wrinkles on their brow and the primordial smile is enough to take you on the adventurous journey of silk route.