Nepal Trekking

Nepal trekking-let’s be ready to get stunned by the culture little changed by this fast paced world and awe – inspired by the jaw dropping mountains. Nepal trekking is a heaven on earth, so beautiful and serene, with the most amazing mountain sceneries in the world. Although being in existence for some 40 million years now it was not until the 18th century when the mountains of Nepal came in notice of the world and until 1950’s when enthusiasts started flocking down to Nepal and exploring the lush green hills and snow capped ranges.

So far the main trekking regions of Nepal are identified as Everest, Annapurna and Langtang and attracts over 160,000 of trekkers from all over the world crowd these destinations in the Himalayas. These destinations are well known for well maintained trails, tea house lodges with good beds and better facilities and the heart melting genuinely friendly and hospitable community. On the contrary the other trekking destinations are very unfrequented but with beautiful vistas and relatively untouched and sparse communities.

Annapurna Short Trek

Annapurna Short Trek, walking effortlessly on the foot of some tallest Himalayas in the world is no more a distant dream for globe trotters. If you are in time constrains and have limited physical abilities and yet wish to see the most striking mountain panorama the trails of Annapurna will quench your thirst for adventure. Annapurna Short trek in no time takes you to one of the most ...

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Australian Camp Trek

Australian  camp trek is an off the beaten trekking trails in Nepal. The trail does not surpass 2000 m. in height and there is no fear of altitude sickness where as there is no compromise in the views we get from here. The culture, flora and fauna we witness along the way to Australian camp is beyond explainable through words. There is no age restrictions to this trekking and require...

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Upper Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang trek are no words to describe the natural presence, in abundance, of Mustang. Mustang also known as the last forbidden kingdom was restricted to tourist for a long time until it became open recently for the world. Mustang is dry, arid and deserted land and is a part of Tibetan plateau, which lies in the north part of Nepal. Despite its arid and dry landscape one would easil...

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Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang valley trek- the mountains that are visible from the Kathmandu valley towards the north is none other than the Langtang. Majority of Langtang is the Himalayas, the sacred lakes of Gosainkunda, the valley of Langtang and the Sherpa dwellings of Helambu. Langtang panorama trek is as vibrant as the Langtang itself and it comprises of trails on bamboo groves, monsoon wildflowers and...

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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

There is no doubt that there is no other place that is as beautiful as Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek when it comes to mountain panorama and sunrise over the mountains of Annapurna. Ghorepani Poon hill Trek  is highly acclaimed for the fantastic views of the highest mountains in the world and it requires no efforts in return. This is an introductory trail for Himalayan trekking that does not ...

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Tiger attack in Bardia Nepal

Posted on: February 15, 2016

Tiger attack in Bardia Nepal : A Dutch tourist – Gerard Van Laar survived after tiger attack in Bardia National Park Nepal, when he and his Nepalese guide were hiking in Bardia Jungle on Saturday. He said, all of a sudden! the tiger was heading........

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