Chobhar Caves
Chobhar Caves
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3silvia
Zurich, Switzerland12 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2014 • Couples
Don't expect caves you can see anything like stalaktites or stalagmites. The caves are basically long tunnels in the rock you can crawl through. It's quite adventurous if you are small and can fold yourself together. However, if you are tall (approximately from 1.80m), you won't be able to crawl on your knees but will have to lay flat on the stomach. We had to return because the bends were too narrow. Additionally, the "professional guides" are girls who don't speak English. Not recommended except for speleologists!
Written 4 August 2014
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Jaya N Bhandari
Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal140 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018
The history of inventing Kathmandu valley start from Chobhar gorge and Manjushree cave , as Manjushree cut off drying out the lake valley for settlement of Country.
Written 15 March 2018
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vulpes1947
Megen, The Netherlands43 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Couples
If you are not sure if you have any problems with claustrophobia, try this one. Thereafter you will know for sure.
If you have claustrophobia, just a little bit, don't try, You will die.

It's, depending of the distance you choose. half an hour crawling through a wormhole or moleshole. You have to leave your backpack behind: you won't fit through the holes with it on you back. When you are finished you are dirty, but, one small lightpoint: they give you a yellow T-shirt.

You have to pass several deep holes going down and some corners are so narrow, you have to go on you side edge. The only light you have is a headlamp. But there is one consolation: you have a guide to guide and help you. You need one. When you got lost, nobody would find you back. There are stories ......
Written 16 February 2016
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