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Why Everest Trekking?

Why Everest Trekking?

If you are a traveler then it is time to feast your eyes and feet by standing on the base of Mt. Everest, a non-living thing that is yet miracle and that will meet your views. Everest is the name that will last forever, nothing compares to it, and that will fan the desires of the trekkers, and that will seduce every unshakable decision of trekkers.

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Off The Beaten Treks in Nepal

Nepal that is nestled between India and China, has the Himalayan wonders, and its name goes along with the highest mountain in the world, that is, Mt. Everest, which is not a glimpse that you will see, but one of the best identifications that you need to consider as a trademark.

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Preparing for the Spectacular Kanchenjungha and Manaslu Circuit Treks

Preparing for the Spectacular Kanchenjungha and Manaslu Circuit Treks

Some of the most challenging and exhilarating trails in Nepal are the Kanchenjungha and Manaslu circuit treks. Kanchenjungha is the third highest mountain in the world standing at 8,586m and a trail around this area explores the remote area on Nepal’s border with Sikkim and Tibet. The Manaslu circuit on the other hand is a classic route which centres on Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain, also including the Larkya La Pass at over 5,100m which offers spectacular views.

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Holi Festival – Science And Story Behind

Holi Festival – Science And Story Behind

Holi is a unique festival of colours celebrated by Hindus people all over Nepal and India, which is celebrated on the full-moon day in the month of Phalgun (March). People sing and dance.
There are many stories throughout Nepal and that are associated with Holi festival. Every state has a different story to tell. In some regions, this festival is associated with Lord Krishna playing colour with Radha and Gopis. But the most famous story behind this festival is that of Prahlad and King Hiranyakashyap.

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Trekking in Nepal Like a Local Sherpa

Trekking in Nepal Like a Local Sherpa

With a population of just 27.8 million people, Nepal is a relatively small but mountainous country with a booming tourism industry. Over 600,000 people tour the country annually. Among its most notable of features is the Mount Everest, locally known as the Sagarmatha. The 29,029 feet high mountain rests on the border between Nepal and China.

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Backpacking / Trekking gear checklist

Backpacking / Trekking gear checklist

Going somewhere for treks or hikes in Nepal? Trekking is undoubtedly one of the best adventures we do in our lifetime. Encounter beautiful views; explore new places, new culture, and friendly people and so on. This all excites us to pack our bags and go for treks.

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What are the special facts about Nepal?

What are the special facts about Nepal?

Tourism in Nepal is soaring dramatically after 2006 and the number of travelers is increasing every year. As we all know, Nepal is one of the best adventure destination interm of Himalaya hiking, trekking and expedition. Beside these, what are the other special features of Nepal that pulling visitors from the globe every year.

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Mt. Kailash – Holy Mountain

Mt. Kailash – Holy Mountain

Within the mountain range rises the lone, monolithic Mt. Kailash, revered as the most sacred mountain on earth by four different religions : Hinduism, Buddhism, Jain and Bon. Legend proclaims that the human world meets the god realm on its immaculate snow-capped 6638 meters summit.

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Poon Hill Trek – Gems of Annapurna Region

Poon Hill Trek – Gems of Annapurna Region

The beautiful view point ‘Poon hill’ located at an altitude of 3,210m is a famous tourist destination of Myagdi district and beats every other tourist destination in terms of the beauty of nature. The Ghorepani poon hill trek route along the Ghara village is a name renowned among foreigners. The area is also famous for the rhododendron flower. Some 16 different species of rhododendron bloom here in the spring season adding to Poon Hill?s charm.

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World’s Best Trekking Zone : Everest Region

World’s Best Trekking Zone : Everest Region

The home to world’s highest mountain Mount Everest (8,848 meters) Everest region is one of the most preferred trekking zones all over the globe. Well blessed with the natural beauties, high peaks and full of adventures, Everest region is one of the rarest places in the earth which can make you feel alive with its enormous beauty. If you want to feel the warmth of the adventures in the lap of great Himalayas, then we suggest you to have a glance at Everest Region once in your lifetime.

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Bird Watching in Nepal

Bird Watching in Nepal

Nepal has become a destination for bird watching. It is estimated that 850 species of birds are found in Nepal. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve in southeastern part of the country in the Terai along the mighty Koshi River has emerged as the main bird sanctuary in the country in spite of the fact that it started as a reserve for wild buffaloes.

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Best time to trekking in Nepal

Best time to trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a land widely blessed with its natural, cultural, biological and historical beauties and enrichments. Nepal is undoubtedly one of the mostly preferred destinations for tourist in the whole globe. But Nepal is not all about its beauties only. Nepal is a global choice also for adventurous stuffs, mainly trekking and mountaineering. Nepal offers you easy routes, ranging up to difficult and challenging high passes. Everyone can enjoy trekking in Nepal as you can walk over smooth trials, upgrading to adventurous ones.

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Annapurna Base Camp Trekking in Nepal

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking in Nepal

The journey to the world classic and legendary Annapurna region, Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Route can be the best option to walk over. Trekking to Annapurna region is a lifetime experience where you can witness the natural beauties, typical Nepali villages on the way, and peculiar landscapes of Nepal. Walking through beautiful Rhododendron, bamboo and alpine forests, and tranquil waterfalls to witness the crown of Nepal, we ensure you to have one of the best moments of your life with us in Annapurna region.

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Best of Tibet

Best of Tibet

Want to discover the beauty of highest region on the Earth? If yes then, let?s pack luggage and head to Tibet- the highest region on the Earth with an altitude of (4,900m). Situated in the western region of China, it is also known as Western China. Touched with Nepal, Tibet is a peculiar region to explore the natural art and culture with its beautiful landscapes.

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Recommended Trekking routes after the earthquake

Nepal was hit by a massive earthquake on 25th April 2015 and 12th May followed by many other aftershocks. It was for sure that Nepal was highly affected by this earthquake. But now time has changed and situation has got better. It has been two and half months since Nepal was hit by the earthquake. Nepal is now marked as safe and sound to visit by The Government of Nepal, Ministry of culture, and Tourism and civil aviation on its press release.

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Relief Distribution for Earthquake Victims

Relief Distribution for Earthquake Victims

Nothing is permanent in this world. Nothing exists permanently. The massive earthquake hit the Nepal and brought great chaos in the life of people and all over the country. We were surely saddened but we knew how to overcome the consequences. It is for sure that tears were flowing continuously from our eyes but we didn?t let that tear wipe away our strength and unity to reunite our country. We all jointly worked to build our country.

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No more fear of earthquake to visit Nepal.

The recent gone by earthquake of 7.8 rector scale magnitude has created fears and misunderstanding in international tourism market. The international tourists are wondering if Nepal is safe to visit or not. Thinking it?s not safe; many of them have cancelled their hotel reservation and their trip. They are hesitating to visit Nepal. But it is not like so. Nepal is absolutely safe to visit. Of course the earthquake has created chaos in Nepal. But Nepal can still provide with you with the same feelings and services as you used to get before.

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Wildlife in Chitwan National Park

Wildlife in Chitwan National Park

Nepal is a fascinating country, a mixed of jungle adventure and everlasting ice. In 1973, The Royal Chitwan Park became the first Nepalese nature reserve, a hundred years after the inauguration of yeast on park. Located in mix tropical jungle, this national park was founded as a reservation for the great Indian rhinoceros.

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Saka Dawa Festival – Tibet

Saka Dawa Festival – Tibet

Tibet is the most isolated and beautiful roof top travel destination in the world. That?s why; it is becoming the dream destination for many travellers around the world. It has its own opulence of culture, tradition and natural beauty. Buddhism was introduces in the world in 1300 years before by Guru Rongpoche. So, Tibetan celebrates Read the full article…

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Recommended Trekking for Spring Season

Recommended Trekking for Spring Season

Spring season in Nepal is considered as the best season to explore the glory of the Himalayas. March, April and May month falls in spring season. During this season, you will have an excellent weather, spectacular mountain views with different varieties of flora and fauna. Beautiful blooming flowers (rhododendrons) are waiting to welcome the travelers.

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TIMS branch counter opened in Thamel

TIMS branch counter opened in Thamel

Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) has opened Trekkers? Information Management System (TIMS) counter in Manang Plaza, Thamel. Secretary at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Suresh Man Shrestha inaugurated the new counter amid a function on Tuesday morning (November 11, 2014). The counter will open from 7 : 00 AM till to 6 : 00 PM in the evening and from 10 : 00 AM till 1 : 00 PM on public holidays. Now onwards, foreign trekkers-both FITS and those travelling in group can get TIMS card from the counter.

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Tihar/Deepawali Festival

Tihar/Deepawali Festival

Tihar is a five-day-long Hindu festival celebrated in Nepal. It is also called Yamapanchaka or Deepawali, the festival of light. Tihar falls on Trayodashi of Kartik to Kartik shukla dwitiya(late autumn) every year soon after Dashain. The significance of observing Tihar is- showing respect not only to human beings and gods but also to animals that help us in many ways to sustain our lives.

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Dashain – Biggest festival of Nepal

Dashain – Biggest festival of Nepal

Vijayadashami or Dashain is the biggest festival of the year in Nepal. It falls in September or October and is observed by Hindu and non-Hindu Nepalese around the globe. The 10th day of Dashain is Vijayadashami, literally means ?the victory over evils?. On the occasion, elders put Tika and Jamara on the forehead of younger members of the family.

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Nepal’s UNESCO world heritage sites

Nepal’s UNESCO world heritage sites

Nepal is a country with its mixture of various culture, nature and religious heritage. Heritage represents the art, cultures and traditions of the nation. All of these cultural, natural and religious heritages are the property of our nation, so we need to preserve our treasures for the next generation. Nepal?s heritages sites are divided into three category i.e. i) Natural heritage site ii) Cultural heritage site iii) Religious heritage site.

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Kumari – The Living Goddess

Kumari – The Living Goddess

The word Kumari literally means virgin in Nepali. Kumari is the only living Goddess in the world worshipped by Hindus and Buddhists in Nepal. The Living Goddesses are young pre-pubescent girls that are considered to be incarnations of the Hindu goddess of power, Kali and Goddess Taleju. For over 300 years now, it is believed that the spirit of the goddess Taleju has been residing in a succession of pre-pubescent virgin girls in this way, and the future of the country has balanced precariously on their pleasure.

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Himalayan Hidden Valley Trekking Trails

Himalayan Hidden Valley Trekking Trails

There are some places in Nepal which remain untouched for many years. The hidden valley is surrounded by the Boudha Himal and Himal chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south & Sringi Himal to North. Since it is the remote because of which it is detached from the other regions, this sacred valley and its people are have not taste the mainstream of development for centuries.

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3G Internet Availabe in Everest Base Camp

3G Internet Availabe in Everest Base Camp

Beside the excitement of mountain climbing now you can also enjoy internet facility with 3G network. Mobile communication is now available to the mountain climber in the highest mountain of the world, Mount Everest and also in Everest base camp. Now you can share your experience about climbing with your near and dear ones though video calling, browse the internet on mobile phone get updated about your home town in spite of being there in Everest camp.

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Incredible Nepal’s Trekking Region

Incredible Nepal’s Trekking Region

Nepal is one the most beautiful tourist destination spot. Country passes some of the incredible attraction both natural and cultural. It offers an unforgettable moment to share with your family or friends. If you have got an appreciation for adventure or a passion for panoramic views then trek down through Himalayan region.

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Nepal Adventure Holidays Activities

Nepal Adventure Holidays Activities

Nepal is best known for the world?s greatest mountain range ? the Himalaya. This magical mountainous kingdom sits high on the spine of the world famous mountain range, extremely tingling scenery, diverse culture and some of the best adventurous activities like mountaineering, cycling, mountain flight, paragliding etc. Nepal holiday will lead you to something very Read the full article…

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