Home of the world’s highest mountains, Nepal obviously has some of the best trekking trails in the world and the most loved tourist/trekking destination. From April 1, 2010 all trekkers (Group or Solo) are legally required to obtain a TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) card before they enter any trekking route or region in Nepal. The […]Read more "Trekking in Nepal: Permit and Cost"
Flashback, April 25 2015, 11:56 (Nepal Standard Time) NST a massive earthquake of 7.8 magnitude rattled the himalayan nation killing almost 9000, and the whole world watched in shock. The earthquake was destructive enough to destroy commercial building, century old mud-made structures/buildings, however the natural beauty is still intact. Tourism industry which is one of the mainstay […]Read more "Post Earthquake Adventure in Nepal"
Gokyo valley a small village in Solukhumbu District located at an elevation of 4,750 meters (15,580 ft), making it one of the highest settlements in Nepal. Not permanently inhabited all year around the village consist handful numbers of houses all acting as a catering hut for trekkers and hikers. Stituted at the foothill of Gokyo Ri/Gokyo Peak, […]Read more "Gokyo: Everest from a Different Perspective"
Carole Lalande from Saint-Lazare, Quebec has recently completed her maiden trek to the Annapurna Base Camp with Advanced Adventures, an outdoor agency in Nepal. Accompanied by her spouse, Carole spend great heck of a time at the Annapurna trail and later in the tourist’s getaway of Pokhara. Here’s a video of her recent trip she […]Read more "Carole’s Maiden Voyage to the Annapurna"
Nepal has been placed at the top spot among 10 countries to visit this 2016 by one of the leading travel publishers in the world, UK base Rough Guides. Nepal’s cultural landscape is every bit as diverse as its physical one. – Shafik Meghji, co-author of The Rough Guide to Nepal The travel magazine mentioned “After a series […]Read more "Nepal on top of must see countries for 2016."
Have you ever imagined how it would feel to live in an isolated place, almost cut off from the rest of the world. Exploring the remote regions of Nepal is the answer to all of your imagination. The remote regions of Nepal is always a great query for the adventure Explorers with the high-altitude valleys, untouched Shangri-Las […]Read more "Nepal’s 3 Remote Places that Must Be on Your Travel Bucket List"
Located in the Cliffside of the upper Paro valley, in Bhutan 10 kilometers to the north hanging on a steep cliff at 3,120 meters (10,240 ft), about 900 meters (3,000 ft) the Paro Taktsang Monastery “Tiger’s Nest” is a well-known Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and a temple complex. Build in 1692, the 17th century old Tiger’s Nest Monastery is the most sacred […]Read more "Paro Taktsang – The Tiger’s Nest"