Month: October 2018

How to trek safely in Nepal?
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How to Trek Safely in Nepal

Most of you might wonder, what it’s like to Trek in Nepal after the Massive earthquake that struck Nepal in April 2015. For that query, let us tell you that it is safe to trek in Nepal. The reconstructions have already been completed in most areas with the Nepalese government focusing on 2020 Tourism year promotion. With […]

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How to lower your budget while trekking in Nepal_
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How to lower your budget while trekking in Nepal?

At the time of writing this article, USD $1 = NPR 118. So, yes Nepal is very cheap to travel. Still, trekkers sometime tend to get too enthusiastic or cautious while planning their trek in the Himalayans. Thus, they end up making noob mistakes that can cost a fortune. Here are our five tips on how to lower your […]

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Nepal's top five high passes trek
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Nepal’s top five high passes treks

When trekking in Nepal, the country’s extremely varied altitude is something you have to always keep in mind. The trails here go higher than the peaks of the tallest mountains in Europe. So, how is it to cross the famous high passes of the Himalayans? It will test your muscles and lungs to the breaking […]

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Six best souvenirs from Nepal
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Six best souvenirs from Nepal

When going back home, you need to take back souvenirs from Nepal that will do justice to this beautiful country and your beautiful experience. Luckily, Nepal doesn’t just boast of stunning mountains, but also of equally stunning cultures and traditions. That’s why you will find a wide array of souvenirs to choose from. Here, we have presented a list of […]

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When to trek in Nepal
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When to Trek in Nepal – Know the Nepalese way

Travelling to Nepal for trekking is easy for every holiday aspirers out there. It is logistically easy and your trek can start from the very next day you reach Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. But before you decide on where to trek, the real question is “when”. So, when to trek in Nepal ? […]

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Best Heritage hotels under budget in Kathmandu
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Best Heritage Hotels under Budget in Kathmandu

The Kathmandu Valley you see on postcards and travel websites isn’t exactly accurate, unfortunately. Today, it is no more the fabled Himalayan Shangri-La it was a few decades ago. The West’s influence has transcended every aspect of the city. But, this Nepalese capital is still endlessly fascinating. Even people like us, who have lived in […]

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Top Six Tips to Take Stunning Mountain Photography
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Top 6 Tips to Take Stunning Mountain Photography

Today, through our list of top 6 tips to take stunning mountain photography, we will prepare you for your photographic journey of Nepal. As an outsider, when you first think about Nepal, you think of the Himalayans. I think most of you first knew about this country through someone else’s stunning mountain photography. The Nepalese […]

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Top five base camp treks in nepal
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Top 5 Base Camp Treks in Nepal

Base camp treks are famous as the beginning point for mountaineering expeditions. These makeshift supply and communication pivot mark the end of a long, winding trail and the start of crampons and ropes. But, ever since trekking in Nepal gained momentum, base camp treks have become a sought-after trekking destination themselves. Here, we have listed […]

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Sunlight hitting the Himalayans
Trekking Itineraries

Everest View Trek

Number one on everyone’s bucket list is Everest Base Camp. But, not everyone can commit the time and effort it takes. That’s where Everest View Trek comes into the picture. Do you want unparalleled views of mountains including Everest? Or want to trek through the off-beaten trek routes? What about experiencing the warm Sherpa hospitality […]

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Best Heritage Hotels in Kathmandu

Kathmandu Valley in itself is a living, breathing museum. People don’t call it the City of Temples on a whim. Literally, there is a temple, or at least a make do temple in every nook and cranny. Unlike other capitals of the world, Kathmandu is not the metropolitan you would assume it to be. But, […]

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