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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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    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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    Upper Mustang in Spring

    Situated in north-western Nepal bordering Tibet, Mustang is an old kingdom of the Lobas (natives of the region). Nepal’s Mustang region has preserved a life unchanged for centuries. Tucked behind the colossal Himalayan giants of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri at the top of Asia on the baked Tibetan Plateau, it has long been isolated from the…

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    Three best off-beaten trekking destinations in Nepal

    Nepal and its mountains do not need any introduction. The country was shut to foreigners until the 1950s and the trekking culture commenced only 20 odd years ago. But with the series of impeccable mountain ranges it houses, Nepal has inarguably become one of the most loved destination countries for trekking and alpine adventures. Every…

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    Top 3 Popular Routes in Annapurna Region

    Annapurna region is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal, to the point that you might be shocked at how a mountain top 100s of kilometers away from the highway can be so crowded. The Annapurna region is full of ups and downs, quite literally as you will be walking aongside deepest gorge…

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    Why you should always sign-up for traveling in the places like Dolpo

    Dolpo is an unexplored heaven on earth. This unbelievably amazing paradise of a land offers breathtaking amazing landscapes and serene beauty that one would treasure for life. Most unique of culture, hospitable people, and rich in monasteries, Dolpo is not recognized as much compared to other trekking destinations in Nepal. Nepal is the country of…

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  • Lumba Sumba Trek – off the beaten trekking adventure of East

    “Lumba Sumba trek navigates through one of the least trodden routes of eastern Nepal, which for ages has been lying under two Himalayan giants, Kanchenjunga (8,586m) and Makalu (8,463m)” Lumba Sumba Trek is absolutely a magnificent trek that offers loads of hidden and unexplored distant landmarks of eastern Nepal along with the real culture of…

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  • Nature, culture & history at its best in isolated west – Jumla, Rara & Sinja Valley Trek

    “Truly nomadic Jumla, bride of the nature, Rara Lake and the landmark having the biggest historic significance in western Nepal, Sinja- Jumla, Rara & Sinja Valley Trek is the most ideal blend of authentic culture, raw nature & the justified history that too in the most off the beaten trails of isolated west Nepal.” “Words…

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  • Upper Dolpo Upper Mustang Trek – Tibetan culture more authentic than than in Tibet itself

    “Trekking in Dolpo that takes trekkers to Lake Phoksundo is a journey immersed in Tibetan culture. Until the 19th century a part of Dolpo was a province of Tibet. Dolpo has long been closed to tourists. Being the restricted region demanding hefty entrance fee Dolpo experience very few trekkers and hence the area still has great…

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