Sindhupalchowk District is a part of Bagmati Zone and one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, with an area of 2,542 km2 (981 sq mi). The district’s headquarters is in Chautara. The district is easily accessible from Kathmandu, but is not well developed. The district is easily accessible from Kathmandu, but is not well developed. People depend entirely on agriculture for their survival. Since the district is hilly, the land is not very fertile land, and the yield is very low. So, the lifestyle of people is not easy. Almost every VDC has got electrical power and roads connecting to the nearby highway. Many NGOs and INGOs are working in the district in order to improve the living standards.
Rivers like Bhotekoshi, Indrawati, Sunkoshi and Bramhayani flow through this district. The major towns are Chautara, Bahrabise, Melamchi, Jalbire and Tatopani. Sunkoshi Hydropower station and Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower station are popular hydropower stations connected to national grid. Meanwhile, many mini and large hydroelectricity projects are being constructed in different places.
Sindhupalchowk is rich in tourism resources. Cultural heritages like Gaurati Bhimeshwor temple, Tauthali Mai Temple, Sunkoshi Kafeshwor Mahadev Temple, Kshemadevi Temple, Larke Ghyang are the popular pilgrimages in the district. Sunkoshi and Bhotekoshi are the world famous rafting rivers which are flowing via this district. Bhairav Kundaand Panch Pokhari are popular trekking destination which has religious and cultural important. Bungy Jump over the Bhote Koshi river is another attraction of Sindhupalchowk. Tatopani (Hot Water Spring) near by Nepal China boarder is popular as pilgrimage place. Besides these, there are so many attraction that are still behind the flash. Hill stations like Tamche, Ghunde, Yangima Danda has high probability for tourism