Why Should You Visit Nepal in 2019/20

Why Should You Visit Nepal Now? There is no questioning on the fact that Nepal is still unknown to the major part of the world, but there is also no doubt on any people not hearing the name of Gautam...

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Mount Everest throughout the Years

Everest, the tallest mountain in the world is the yearning of millions of people in the world, and it is very fair as well. Sitting at an elevation of 8,848 meters above sea level, Everest really is something worth conquering....

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Nat Geo to setup weather station in Mt. Everest:

Apart from the weather in Nepal you may love to hear some latest and interesting news:   In this spring climbing season National Geographic Society plan to set up weather stations on Mt. Everest. The objective is to understand extreme environment...

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Garbage in Mt. Everest

Most often when we talk about feat and extra ordinary events that happens in the climbing season of Mt. Everest there is one issue that always comes up: That is garbage left in the mountain. Like in the past the...

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Why are Nepali one of the happiest people in the world?

Why are Nepali one of the happiest people in the world? Nepal, the home of brave Gurkhas, the land of Mount Everest, is a small country located between China and India. With almost 30 million of the population, Nepal is...

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Do’s and Don’t in Nepal

Do’s and Don’t in Nepal Nepal is a small country located in South Asia between two giant nations; China and India. Rather known as the country with mountains, Nepal is a melting pot of different local ethnic and regional culture....

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Why is the Annapurna region the best trekking destination in Nepal?

Why is the Annapurna region the best trekking destination in Nepal? The fact that the majority of tourists visiting in Nepal are either trekkers or mountaineers remains. From the year 1949, when Nepal first opened its border to foreigners to...

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Pikey Peak Trek: Short, Yet Superb

There is no better place to be than somewhere, where mountain cuts through the sky, the forest is all lush and virgin and the trails are serene with less crowd. Well, let me introduce you, Peaky Peak trek, a newly...

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Carrying Capacity of Chitwan National Park Getting Smaller

According to expert in nature conservation the habitat of wild animals in Chitwan National Park the habitat area of wild life in the park has been decreasing by 50 percent every year. The grassland, water hole, lakes and food of...

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Group trekkers have decreased in 2018

Believe it or not, the actual number of trekkers has decline in 2018 despite increase in tourists’ arrival. The data from Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) that keep record of trekkers through issuance of TIMS card (Trekkers Information Management System)  recorded...

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