Siddha Cave, the Largest cave of Nepal

September 19, Kathmandu. Siddha Cave located in Bimalnagar, Tanahu District, Nepal. It's around 0.5 kilometer inside and around 2,500 people can fit inside. If you would like to go over Siddha Cave then you have to take vehicle from Kathmandu on Prithvi Highway which will take around 4 hours to Bimalnagar, then you have to walk up hills on steps. It will take around half to 1 hour [Depends on how fast you’ll walk] from main highway Bimalnagar to reach to Cave.

In Bimalnagar, Tanahu District, Nepal, there is a magnificent cave called Siddha Cave, also called Siddha Gufa. With an area that can hold up to 2500 people and a length of around 0.5 kilometers, it is the largest cave in Nepal and the second-largest cave in South Asia.

Siddha Cave is well-known for its breathtaking natural beauty and stupendous size. Beautiful stalactites, stalagmites, and other natural formations that have been produced over thousands of years may be found in the cave. The cave’s unique ecosystem is further enhanced by the presence of numerous kinds of bats.

Siddha Cave exploration is an exciting adventure that takes you through Nepal’s natural treasures. You can go by car on the Prithvi Highway, which will take you from Kathmandu to Bimalnagar in about 4 hours, to get to the cave. To get to the cave from there, it takes around 1.5 hours of stair-climbing over hills.

To get to Siddha Cave, you can take a vehicle from Kathmandu on Prithvi Highway, which will take around 4 hours to reach Bimalnagar. From there, you have to walk up hills on steps for around 1.5 hours to reach the cave. The journey can be challenging, but it is well worth the effort.Nepal Tourism Hub recommends Siddha Cave as a must-visit destination for anyone who loves nature and adventure.

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