The Heritage Valley Kathmandu is the center of cultural assimilation, architectural marvels and diverse lifestyle. The capital city, in the center of Nepal, stands on an elevation of approx 14000 meters surrounded by four major hills: Shivapuri, Phulchowki, Nagarjun, and Chandragiri. Every travelers and tourist spends at least 2 to 3 days, arrival to departure, during their visit in […]Read more "8 Temples and Landmarks You Must See in Kathmandu"
Luring foreign tourists with its majestic mountains, picturesque beauty and the warm hospitality, Nepal is the country of beauty and best travel destinations for the travelers across the globe. The All Nepal Tour is one of the best way to explore Nepal to its fullest. The round trip of Nepal covers three different regions of the […]Read more "Nepal Round Trip"
Bhutan a tiny and remote Buddhist country sandwiched between the mighty China and India is known for its monasteries, fortress and impressive topography from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valley. Bhutan the Land of dragon is still regarded as the last Shangri-La because of its prehistoric and artistically rich Buddhist monasteries and remote mountain terrains. […]Read more "9 Interesting Facts About Bhutan."
The Roof of the World, Tibet is still finding difficulty to maintain balance between the Buddhist culture “oldest Buddhist culture” and the large Chinese influence. The rocky terrain, varying altitudes and mostly difficult to get to landscapes keeps Tibet apart from the rest of the world. Still every traveler wants the taste of Tibet with its […]Read more "Tibet: Mystical Land of Fantasy"
Google Spherical View of Patan Durbar Square before and after Earthquake. On 25th April 2015 a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.9 strike the Gorkha district between Kathmandu and Pokhara in the Central Region which laid waste to some of the centuries-old palaces and temples listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Director of Archaeology (DoA) Mr. Bhesh […]Read more "Patan Durbar Square reopens after the 25th April Earthquake."
On 25th April 2015 a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.9 strike the Gorkha district between Kathmandu and Pokhara in the Central Region. The earthquake was followed by a number of aftershocks that were felt as far away to the neighbouring country India, Bangladesh, and Tibet. The earthquake generated an avalanche on Mount Everest, famous trekking […]Read more "Back to Normal : Re-opening of the Cultural heritage site & Press Release from Government of Nepal."
Being a small landlocked country sandwiched between two great countries (China and India) with an area of 147,181 sq. km, Nepal holds 10 cultural and natural site in UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organization) as ‘World Heritage Sites’. UNESCO lists the most important natural and cultural heritage of the world on the basis of their significance. The […]Read more "Popular places to Visit in Nepal: World Cultural heritage site"