World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu valley alone

7  World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu valley alone In Kathmandu valley, there are seven world Heritage sites, with other at Chitwan National Park, Everest National park and Lumbini – total 10 UNESCO sites. If you are planning to visit as...

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Appreciate the Boudhanath Stupa

The Boudhanath Stupa a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Kathmandu is a sacred place and the holiest Tibetan Buddhist stupa outside Tibet. It is the largest one in Nepal. Each part of the building represents stages to the path of enlightenment, with...

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2019 Best Kanchanjunga trek in Nepal

Kanchanjunga (8600m) is the most prominent peak in Eastern Nepal. You can see its panorama from anywhere. The sanctuary of this mountain range has rare animal like snow leopard and many species of birds. Travel to the base camp is an...

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Reason to trek in Nepal

Nepal is rapidly changing by the network of roads in the middle hills from east to west and roads from south to north. In about 5 years most of the trek starting and ending places where there are STOL airstrips...

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26 Best short treks in Nepal

Some of best short trek's list is here: Short hike and trek can make suitable combination with sightseeing tours, jungle safari and rafting program if you have short time for Nepal if you are visiting Tibet, Bhutan or India before or...

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Visit Nepal Year 2020

Nepal Government has declared Visit Nepal Year - 2020 with an objective to get two million tourists in Nepal. Promotion for this mega event would certainly encourage visitors to inquire about what they can do in Nepal. Nepal Tourism Board...

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Who is Shiva: Man, Myth or Divine?

Who is Shiva? Many stories and legends surround this most prominent figure of Indian spiritual traditions. Is he a god? Or a myth constructed from Hindu culture’s collective imagination? Or is there a deeper meaning to Shiva, revealed only to...

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Tourism is not always linked to development and prosperity

Tourism is not always linked to development and prosperity - Kashif Islam, Kathmandu Feb 4, 2019- Tourism Trap, Lisa Abend’s cover story for a recent issue of the Time Magazine, highlighted the changes brought about by mass tourism in Europe...

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Study warms Two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers would melt

Himalayan glaciers feed Ganges, Indus, Yellow, Mekong and Irrawaddy rivers Study warns two-thirds will melt by 2100 if emissions continue at current rate Even if Paris targets are hit, the study estimates a third of glaciers will still melt Two-thirds...

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Millions take the plunge at India's religious mega festival- Khumb Mela

Millions of Hindu pilgrims took the plunge into sacred rivers at the world's largest religious gathering Monday, led by ash-smeared holy men and accompanied by religious chanting. On the most auspicious day of the months-long Kumbh Mela festival, devotees rose...

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