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travelling in Nepal

Travelling in Nepal – the Dos and the Don’ts

Posted on: 14/Dec/2016

aaA south Asian country wrapped in cultural and ethical tapestry, Nepal might be a difficult place to travel if you do not have adequate knowledge of how the country works. […]

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Romantic holidays in Nepal

Romantic destinations in Nepal

Posted on: 05/Dec/2016

If you are on your honeymoon trip to Nepal, or taking a vacation with the love of your life, an ambitious and tough trek might not be preferred. Nepal is […]

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Ethics in Nepal

Basic etiquette, common practices in Nepal: the dos and don’ts

Posted on: 30/Nov/2016

Nepal is a country of diversity and it’s easy to see that a harmonious coexistence is present despite the differences. This can be attributed to the respect that different groups […]

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Nepal winter trekking

Mid winter trekking in Himalaya

Posted on: 24/Nov/2016

Many trekkers, guides and local people think it’s not a good idea to travel to higher altitudes mid winter trekking in the Himalaya during its peak winter months that lie […]

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Learn Nepali language

The Nepali Dialect

Posted on: 15/Nov/2016

Travellers in Nepal have felt pretty comfortable speaking only in English during their stay, whether they are in major cities or in popular rural trekking routes. Nepalese people are familiar […]

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mountain biking in nepal

Mountain Biking in Nepal:Outside the Valley Rim

Posted on: 08/Nov/2016

Where can you go on a mountain bike? Technically anywhere! And that’s what the sports offer to those wishing to travel Nepal. Adventurers have taken their mountain bikes to trails […]

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basic things know for trekking in Nepal

5 basic things you must know for trekking in Nepal

Posted on: 30/Oct/2016

Trekking in Nepal is relatively easy as most trek routes take the path that the locals use for their daily travel. The people you will meet in the trek routes […]

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Facts about Langtang

Fact File: Langtang

Posted on: 20/Oct/2016

LLangtang trek is the most accessible adventure in Nepal to reach the lap of the Himalayas. This trek heads towards the north of Kathmandu and can be undertaken without any […]

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homestay in Nepal

Homestay Tourism in Nepal

Posted on: 12/Oct/2016

Nepal’s diverse population with equally varying traditional and cultural approaches can best be explored with trekking. Interaction with the local population to learn about their lifestyle and enjoy age old […]

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cyclying in and around Kathmandu valley

Mountain Biking in Kathmandu

Posted on: 02/Oct/2016

Whether you are a novice or a veteran in mountain biking, trails in Kathmandu will keep you entertained. From fairly easy paths to challenging and technical single tracks is what […]

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