It is a small village in the middle of the Shivapuri National Park and  occupied by the Tamang and Gurung community.  A 1.5-hour hike uphill after Sundarijal, the village is situated in beautiful hill terraces with a panoramic view of the Kathmandu valley.  Homemade wine, local chicken and mountain goat meat, and local dairy products are popular to those travelling from Kathmandu. The jungle around the Sundarijal Mulkharka village also offers seasonal wild fruits such as blackberry, yellowberry, peach, plum, sugarcane, mango etc, which you are free for you to pick and eat (but please, not the ones from the local people's backyard!).  The journey to Chisapani  starts from Sundarijal and continues until Nagarkot, and further to Dhulikhel and Panauti.  The small village Mulkharkha is the gateway to the Kathmandu Valley Trekking 2 night 3 days.


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