Upperdang Gadi was the district headquarters of Chitwan district earlier and is a fort built by Shah Kings to protect Nepal from capturing from southern part which is situated at an altitude of 1,275 meters above the sea level located in Chitwan district of central Nepal. Fort is the main attraction of this place and the place is also known for its rich culture of Chepang, Magar and Gurung communities. The fort is considered to be the perfect destination for visiting, hiking and trekking as it offers beautiful flat plains, awesome peaks of the Himalayas, beautiful landscapes and hills decorated by the blooms of Rhododendron. The place is really enjoyable and mesmerizing with gorgeous views, cool temperature and the top of the place presents a beautiful view of Narayani River and Bharatpur area.
Upperdang Gadi hike is from Shaktikhor to the place is best-suited for experiencing Chepang culture and tradition and the hike is considered to be short, easy and sweet. The Gadhi (fort) is situated on the top of a hill offering panoramic view of the mountains in the north. The surrounding of the fort has many entrances where canons and other weapons could be adjusted and gives the feeling of that time when the fort was active for its main purpose rather than a simple visit to this place. Camping is also permitted inside the fort which is best way to spend your holiday there with friends and belonging people. The close and memorable sunrise and sunset view can be observed from the fort when the sun is near the horizon imparting a beautiful color to the entire sky.
Moreover, Upperdang Gadi hike also lead to beautiful Shaktikhor waterfall where you can enjoy with waterfall, take a quick bath or anything and its surrounding is watchable. In addition, you can also experience the Chepang, Magar and Gurung culture during the visit to this fort. It is recommended to stay at least one night in Upperdang Gadi as there are many things to exploring and experiencing.
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