Nepal is a geographically small nation located between two India & China. Though being small in terms of area, Nepal is big from diversity. From diverse landscapes, the individuals, their indoctrinate civilization, faith and customs, varying languages which are spoken, sundry of festivals which are celebrated, identifying landforms, intriguing topography and contrasting terrains, Nepal is a nation that has a lot of things to offer. Trekking in Nepal presents us with all the beguiling chance of having their majestic mountains up close and basking from their cheeky glory of the natural environment and amazing surroundings which possess in them a sense of complete marvel.
Hiking up from the snow-covered tundra paradise resembles nothing that you have ever experienced everywhere else on earth and trekking in Nepal is a completely magnificent ordeal.
Nepal has numerous different destinations for trekking in the country. The most well-known Nepal trekking journeys are from the areas of Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, Mustang and Langtang among others. Amongst these areas, you will find various trekking and hiking journeys which may be done, all of them distinct and unique in their own way and every offering wonderful experiences concerning the myriad of people who occupy those places, their civilization and customs, the magnificent landscapes, natural beauties and perspectives of completely fabulous and celestial mountain peaks.
Along with winsome surroundings of lush and rich forests, superb flora and fauna and gorgeous perspectives of appealing snow-covered mountains, trekking in Nepal also allows you to be in adjacent with all the superlative civilization of the Nepali people. With intricately decorated temples adorned with all idols and sculptures of various deities and goddesses, pious stupas, Gumbas and Bihar, the colorful intertwining of prayer flags and engravings of prayers on Mani Stone walls, trekking from Nepal is an implicitly illuminating affair. The Goddess Mother of their Sky, what the Sherpa Individuals call The Chomolungma, the highest mountain in the world- Mount Everest, lies in the Khumbu Region of Nepal.
Trekking To The Base Camp Of Everest
Everest basecamp Trek is an amazing experience. Everest region can be regarded as probably the most famous regions of Nepal, with a splendid view of Mount Everest and several of its surrounding peaks Such as Mount Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Kangtega, Mt. Cho Oyu and much more. The snow, their glaciers and their mountain peaks in their Everest region present themselves as a hyperborean paradise. Trekking in the Everest region starts from the capital, Kathmandu, a metropolis composed of ever moving people, literally thousands of temples and all their sense of busyness which comes along with a big city. From Kathmandu, a panoramic flight to Lukla is taken, where their airstrip itself is linked to the extremes as it’s the airstrip located in the highest altitude of land at the Khumbu region.
KATHMANDU: ‘You are what you are born for, nothing else works on you.’ Lhakpa Gelbu echoes when he says, ‘You never know, what your profession in your life will be.’ In case of most Nepalis, you survive with your career, which you never have dreamt in your life.
After appearing the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exam in 1996, Lhakpa Gelbu Sherpa, 16 times Everest Summi... read more
Nepal is most certainly one of the most beautiful places to visit in the world. Apart from the presence of beautiful mountains, lush valleys, and the fertile Terai, Nepal holds a number of other amazing facts to be proud of. Presented below are the 50 Amazing Facts about Nepal which make it different and unique. Read on to find the amazing facts about Nepal, and enjoy the details about its breatht... read more
KATHMANDU: The government has set an ambitious campaign to attract 2 million international tourists in 2020 as Visit Nepal Year with a view to branding Nepal as a major tourist destination.
The team, entrusted to accomplish the ambitious target, could feel pressurized with every tick of the clock since there is nothing like a ticking clock to get people to snap into action.
Tourism experts a... read more
Day 1 – Flight from KTM to Lukla.
Trekking 8 hours from Lukla to Namche Bazaar. I DO NOT RECOMEND DOING THIS. Going from 1400m (KTM) to 3400m (Namche) can be very hard if you are not used in high altitudes. The last incline just before Namche is very hard and will take several hours. We made it to Namche just before the dusk. Rather than rushing to Namche take two days for this part and e... read more
Trek to everest base camp 2019-10-28 02:32:18 admin
Before I arrived in Nepal to take on our Everest Base Camp trek, I have to admit I was a little clueless about what to expect in the mountains. Would there be toilets? Would there be electricity? Heating? Fresh water? And so many more questions, so this post aims to address the key questions you may have before you leave. We have compiled information about 10 things you probably need to know about... read more
Are you prepared to challenge your limitations with the magnificent, thrilling adventure experience? Then you must visit the adventurer’s playground, Nepal.
The great peaks of the Himalayas, hurrying rivers, identifying terrain and exotic fauna makes Nepal the paradise for adventure fans.
The Himalayan paradise is a heaven for adventure lovers filled with white snowy peak, nature with ab... read more
Nepal is a geographically small nation located between two India & China. Though being small in terms of area, Nepal is big from diversity. From diverse landscapes, the individuals, their indoctrinate civilization, faith and customs, varying languages which are spoken, sundry of festivals which are celebrated, identifying landforms, intriguing topography and contrasting terrains, Nepal is a na... read more
Tips For Trekking In Nepal 2019-09-21 22:42:51 admin
Trekking in Nepal is among the most typical and many reasons for tourists all around the world to make their long trip to the ancestral kingdom. Adored all around the world for its diverse pure beauty, countless palaces and temples of great historic designs and design and among the friendliest people with hospitality and welcoming, each visit to Nepal is one filled with daring and traditional expe... read more
Mardi Himal is less than 20 km north of Pokhara and is the southernmost summit of the Annapurna Mountains. The first ascent was done in 1961, via the east wall. This is the most used route so far. Attempts to climb via the south wall have so far failed.
The mountain lies in the extension of Machhapuchhare (which lies on the Southwest of Mardi) and is most visible from the south. The southwest w... read more
Nepal is a country filled with nearly endless things to offer visitors. There are many activities that you can enjoy in Nepal, and there is something to enjoy for everyone. Most people come to Nepal for the adventurous activities that are offered here. Among all the adventurous activities that can be enjoyed in Nepal, trekking is one of the most popular activities.
It goes without saying that y... read more
Nepal is known for its breathtaking natural scenery. It is also quite popular for those interested in adventurous activities especially trekking. There are many great trails in Nepal those who are interested in trekking.
While visiting Nepal, it is necessary to know that, although it is a really beautiful country there is quite a lot of pollution in the environment. You should be careful of wha... read more
Best Season To Visit Nepal 2019-09-21 22:30:25 admin
Nepal is a country known for its unique geographical, natural and cultural diversity. People around the world visit Nepal to experience the diversity as well as the beautiful scenery that the country has to provide. The seasonal variation in Nepal adds to its diversity.
Spring, summer or monsoon, autumn, and winter are the four seasons that one can experience in Nepal. Among those four seasons... read more