1. Robber’s Cave (Guchhupani)
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Robber’s Cave, popularly known as Guchhupani, is a natural cave formation into which the water of rivers flow. Located at only 8 km from the main city, the cave is a sight to behold. The magic of this destination lies in a strange phenomenon that takes place here – a stream of water suddenly disappears from sight and re-appears just a few metres away from the previous spot.
The cave is 600 m long, with the highest fall at about 10 m. What adds to the glory of this cave is the central part, where there is no wall, but a narrow gorge giving space for plants to grow and for birds, too.
According to a popular belief, it is said that robbers used to hide themselves here during the British rule, giving the place its name. This cave is God’s own creation to give you respite from the sun, with the cool water calming you down. You must personally visit this cave to be able to feel the magic of the place.