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    4 Best Places To Visit in Nepal

    Opened to outsiders simply after 1950s, Nepal draws guests for a large group of reasons. Some are allured by the mountains and look to vanquish them, while the others are profoundly captivated by the old Nepalese culture and City of Temples. The minor Himalayan country can either be an adrenaline experience, a social and otherworldly…

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    Tips for a successful Everest Base Camp Trek

    Mt Everest,  being highest mountain on the Earth, every travel enthusiast and mountain lovers want to have a glimpse of it and this is the reason why it’s one of the most popular trekking destination in the World. Everest helicopter tour with landing has been trending considering the time it needs and the view it…

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    Five Best Treks for Autumn 2019 in Nepal

    Autumn, the season between summer and winter, is the peak season for trekking and alpine adventures in Nepal. Although the days are relatively shorter, the weather is just perfect in Nepalese Himalayan. Everything in sight turns a bright orange color, lifting the region’s beauty by leaps and bounds. In Nepal, Autumn stretches from September to…

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    5 Reasons why Dolpo is the next best trekking destination in Nepal

    Positioned between the Tibetan Plateau and Dhaulagiri Range, Dolpo region in western Nepal’s less frequented the trekked area. Until 1989, the route was simply not opened for foreigners. However, after the opening for permits, the trekking destination was trekked by several famous trekkers who have nothing but remarkable things to say about the region. George…

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    Top Five Treks to Experience in Dolpo Region

    Dolpo is an extremely remote but a spectacular corner of the Nepalese Himalayans. It is bound to the south and east by the giant Dhaulagiri Massif and ChurenHimal and to the west by Jumla district. Also, it is vast. It occupies a whopping 15% of the country’s total area and forms the largest Nepalese district,…

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    Top five reasons on why is the Everest Base Camp so popular

    The tallest peak on the planet, Mt. Everest, has wielded a glorious draw for more than a century now. Everybody wants a peek of the Mt. 8,848. That is why, it is the most popular trekking destination in the whole world. Every year, more than 50,000 thousand aspiring trekkers travel to the Everest region to…

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    Lesser known trekking trails in Western Nepal

    The wild west of Nepal has earned a name for its notoriety. From tallest peaks to deepest gorges, from largest glaciers to highest lakes, Nepalese west has it all. It is safe to say that Western Nepal is the most versatile trekking region in the country, even better than Eastern Nepal that has the Everest…

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    Sikles Trek – West’s Best-Kept Secret

    Sikles Village is the second largest Gurung village of Nepal which lies to the northeast of Pokhara. Centrally located in the ACA (Annapurna Conservation Area), this Gurung village has amassed a large number of admirers who have been there. Gurungs are the indigenous inhabitants of the western Nepal who have been living in tribes close…

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    Explore the Wild West of Nepal

    There are some places in Nepal which are also termed “Remote” even for Nepalese people. These terms are usually meant to denote Western Nepal, i.e., Province 6 and 7. The Districts Jumla, Kalikot, Mugu, Dolpa falls under these provinces. If any explorer truly wants to explore the wild west of Nepal, then these are the…

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    How can you support Visit Nepal 2020 as a traveler?

    Nepal Government has announced the year 2020 as a tourism year. Visit Nepal 2020, the third edition of a year-long tourism campaign, has set an ambitious target to welcome more than 20 million tourists within the year. Although the country was shut for foreigners until the 1950s, Nepal has quickly carved a place for itself…

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