Sep
09

Top 10 Best Trekking in Nepal | Visit Nepal 2020

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Top 10 Best Trekking in Nepal | Visit Nepal 2020 Nepal lies almost in the middle of the Himalaya and while it’s a small country it hosts 8 of 14 of all the world’s highest mountains over including Mount Everest 8,848m. Nepal has attracted trekkers from around the world since the 1960s when Col Jimmy Robert’s organized the first commercial trek. Trekking has been the leading activity of tourists in Nepal and thousands take to the Himalayas, some doing a few days of hiking while others take on a month-long trek through valleys and high mount...

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Sep
09

6 Easy Tips for Nepal Trekking

 

6 Easy Tips for Nepal Trekking Nepal Trekking Tips, we all know that the more we prepare for our Himalayan trek, the greater chance we have of successfully rising to the challenge. But how? Before I list what got me to the top (and back) on my first Nepal trek, I need to let you know that I’m no gung-ho hiker. I love bush walking and keep relatively active, but I wouldn’t consider myself an adventure junkie by a long shot. I made a pact with 3 girlfriends that we’d do the Annapurna Circuit together and then thought “what was I thinki...

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Sep
09

12 Tips for Staying Safe While Trekking in Nepal

 

12 Tips for Staying Safe While Trekking in Nepal Here are 12 tips that can help you to stay safer when trekking in Nepal. 1. Hire a Local Guide The sense of freedom that comes with hiking in the Himalaya is glorious, and it is a big part of the draw for many adventurous travelers. But there are a number of reasons why hiring a local guide might be a good idea, and improved safety is just one of them. Not only are these guides completely familiar with the trails you’ll be walking, they’re also familiar with the region as a whole. They recog...

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Sep
09

8 Things You Should Know about Buddhist Prayer Flags

 

8 Things You Should Know about Buddhist Prayer Flags Prayer flags have been around for thousands of years. These colorful flags are often seen floating above river crossings or atop mountain passes protecting those travelling through. Everything right from the colour to the words on the flags has a deeper meaning. These Buddhist prayer flags are traditionally hung in high places to catch the wind so the prayer will be carried out to bless and bring good fortune to all sentient beings. 1. Each colour of the flag symbolizes an element. The re...

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Sep
09

5 things no one tells you about hiking to Everest Base Camp Trek

 

5 things no one tells you about hiking to Everest Base Camp Trek  Kreete Tokman - Australia Hiking to Everest Base Camp, every journey starts with a dream. My dream was climbing to the foot of the highest mountain in the world. I was inspired by the determination of the youngest Australian to climb Mount Everest at 19, the age when most think about boys and booze. Alyssa Azar attempted Everest two times before summiting in 2016 but was turned back both times due to events beyond her control. I thought if she can dedicate every moment of her t...

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Sep
09

9 TIPS WHILE YOU ARE GOING ON THE EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK

 

9 TIPS WHILE YOU ARE GOING ON THE EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK Everest Base Camp trail is a trekking route, many risks are presented that people need to be aware of and prepare for, luckily there were not any serious issue all the trips. 1). Pacing heart rates and breathing are super important. If you are trekking to Everest Base Camp make sure you have 2 nights in Namche Bazaar and 2 nights at Dingboche or Pheriche above 4000m. on the way up the trail which will give you a safer and more enjoyable experience going to altitude.. You need to ...

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Aug
15

An epic wedding at Mt. Everest Base Camp (5,380 m.)

 

In search of the ultimate adventure destination wedding, photographer Charleton Churchill helped the bride and groom Ashley and James capture an epic and grueling Everest wedding photography at Mt. Everest base camp. Adventure means something different to each and every one of us. Some of us find adventure is the participation of adrenaline-pumped activities, whilst for some of us, adventure is found when we push ourselves beyond our comfort zone. Everest Fun Trek On the way to Namche. Photo credit Charleton Churchill. Everything ab...

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Aug
10

Review on TripAdvisor | Visit Nepal 2020

 

Write a Review on below Link & Get a #Free #Trip to Nepal #Special Discount Offer in 2020 Nepal Trip. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g293890-d17850915-Reviews-Visit_Nepal_2020-Kathmandu_Kathmandu_Valley_Bagmati_Zone_Central_Region.html  ...

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Aug
02

Trekking Route Permits Updated 2019

 

Trekking Route  Trekking Trekking Route S.No. Regions/VDCs Permit Fee 1. Upper Mustang Lomanthang Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5) Lo-Ghekar Damodarkunda Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5) Baragung Muktichetra Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 3 and Satang Village of ward no.5)   USD500 per person  (for the first 10 days) USd 50 per person /Day  ( beyond 10 days) 2. Upper Dolpa Dolpo Buddha Rural Municipality (All areas...

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Aug
02

Tourist Visa Updated 2019

 

Tourist Visa  VISA Tourist Visa Tribhuwan International Airport is the only international airport of Nepal. Immigration Office, TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport) under Department of Immigration has been facilitating tourists flying to Nepal by providing Visa on Arrival. 'On Arrival' visa procedure is very quick and simple. You can expect some queues during peak Tourist season. If you wish to skip those queues, you can also consider getting Visa from Nepalese Diplomatic Missions stationed abroad prior to your arr...

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