Jhor Waterfall is one of the renowned waterfalls among Kathmandu people which lies in Tokha Mahankal. Jhor Waterfall ( Jharna) is most popular among teenagers. Nearby Kathmandu and the natural spring water, then what you can expect more to beat the heat in the summer. Water from Shivapuri National Park is the main source of this waterfall. Jhor lies on the border between Kathmandu and Nuwakot district. One can make a stop while visiting Shivapuri Village.
Jhor is also a tourist attraction for religious people. There is a temple of Lord Shiva where you worship and make your wish come true. Pilgrims visited this place on Saturday and Monday. You can take double advantage of this place by pay homage to the god and playing with the spring water. Temple is inside the Baundeshwor Cave. This is the place which can be visited on a budget. You also can enjoy the magnificent view of Kathmandu Valley from this waterfall. Numbers of people come here to enjoy themselves with family and friends. This spot is also popular for a picnic.
You can hike to this place or take a bicycle ride on the holiday to spend your quality time. Now the surrounding is growing rapidly so there are plenty of options to purchase as you need.
What to carry during Jhor Waterfall visit?
We suggest you take spare clothes along with a towel if you wanna make yourself wet in the natural waterfall. Plastic bags to keep your mobile, wallet, camera safe from water. Who knows when it rains in the summertime
How to reach Jhor Waterfall Tokha?
Jhor Waterfall is nearby compared to Sundarijal. You can easily reach the waterfall by public transport or private one. The route goes like this: Samakhusi – Greenland – Grande Hospital – Tokha and Jhor. A road is now upgrading so few kilometers of road is bumpy and slippery. It’s approx 9 KM far from Samakhusi Chowk.
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