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Aug
24

Details about Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

 
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If you are a trekker who relishes travelling more of the isolated parts, Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is a good call. The queen of the mountains, Mt. Kanchenjunga is the third highest in the world at the altitude of 8,586 meters.  Kanchenjunga base camp trek is considered to be one of the longest distance treks in the world. The entire trek covers 24 days at max. Trekkers have option to choose the shorter version. Located in the far-east of Nepal, part of Mt. Kanchenjunga lies in Nepal whereas the other part lies in Sikkim. There are altogether ...

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Jul
10

Manaslu Circuit Trek: Hidden Trail to Glorious Mountains

 
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Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world standing at the elevation of 8,163 meters located in the west-central part of Nepal about 64 km east of Annapurna. Considered as one of the most demanding trek, Manaslu Circuit trek offers its trekkers an experience of a lifetime. View of the breathtaking mountains like Ganesh Himal, Himchuli, Ngadi Chuli and Mt. Manaslu itself will be an additional reward to you. The first people known to scale this eighth highest peak were Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu on May 9, 1956. Only after 1911, th...

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Jul
05

Everything you need to know about Nepal Culture Tour

 
Nepal Culture tour

Nepal is a landlocked country located in southern part of Asia. Often degraded as the least developed nation in the world, this small country is almost unbeatable in natural heritage. With diverse ecosystem due to varied geographical and climatic conditions, Nepal is popular in exhibiting some of world’s rare flora and fauna. Nepal is one of the fifty richest countries in water resources and a home to eight of the fourteen eight-thousands including the highest peak of the world, Mt. Everest at the elevation of 8,848 meters. Nepal Culture tour i...

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Jun
26

Everest Kala Patthar Trek; Perfect for First Time Climbers

 

Nepal is a country of mountains with eight of the fourteen eight-thousanders of the world, Mt. Everest being the highest standing at the altitude of 8,848 meters above sea level. Thus it is an undenied fact that this Himalaya country attracts a huge number of mountaineers and trekkers from around the world.   Culturally and naturally diverse Nepal is adored by foreigners in the aspect that the country has a right balance of ancient traditions in this modernized twenty first century. Everest region of Nepal has in it the perfect mix of pristine ...

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Jun
18

The great Manaslu Circuit Trek

 

About 40 miles (64 km) east of Annapurna in the northern range of Nepal stands the Great Manaslu. Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu from Japan were the first known to have scaled Mt. Manaslu (8,156m), on May 9, 1956. The eighth highest peak in the world Manaslu ‘Mountain of the Spirit’, comes from the ancient Sanskrit term ‘manasa’ which means ‘intellect’. More than 2000 people come here for trek every year. The Manaslu region has a lot to offer in trekking options, Manaslu Trekking (or Manaslu Circuit trek) being the most popular one which tak...

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May
31

Spectacular beauty along the border of Tibet and Nepal : Manaslu Circuit trek

 

Mt. Manaslu 8163 m is eight highest mountain on the planet, which is arranged in the Manasiri himal of western Nepal. The circuit was feasible for the enterprise explorers from 1992. The Manaslu Circuit trek takes of from the Gorkha Kingdom in the mid-west of Nepal. In this trekking course we will be offered with all encompassing perspective of the eighth most elevated pile of the world i.e. Manaslu with sparkling scopes of a few mountains. Manaslu circuit trek is the testing trek which gives the rich bio assorted qualities, culture and way of ...

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May
10

Flying over Tsum valley (China-Tibet Border) Manaslu Circuit, Gorkha, Nepal

 

An important point on trade routes between Tibet, Nepal and China, along the Brahmaputra & Indus Valley. Loh OR Tsum Valley was found during 12th century, by a Tibetan prince named Skyid lde nyima gon. He conquered western Tibet and established several towns and castles along with the main sculptures near Tsum Valley, which remained as a seat of Gorkhali kings. Prior to this, little is known about the kingdom. According to the history of Loh & Tsum Valley till 17th century, Tsum Valley was ruled by King Sengge Namgyal and was prone to ...

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Apr
13

British DJ set to host ‘highest party on earth’

 

Apr 11, 2017- Influential British DJ Paul Oakenfold has reached Mount Everest’s base camp where he plans to host the “highest party on earth”, performing a set at 5,380 metres (17,600 feet). As climbing season in Nepal kicks into gear, few of the mountaineers heading to the world’s highest peak were likely expecting to be joined by the three-time Grammy nominated artist and his dance beats. Oakenfold—whose three-decade long career has included collaborations with Madonna and U2—is due to perform a set at base camp on Tuesday morning. ...

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Mar
23

Tamang Heritage Trail : The Historic Nepal

 

What do you think of Religion and Customs? Do you enjoy watching and living the way other people live? If yes, then you are at the right place. Nepal is a rich in culture country. It has various cultures and coustoms and are in 100+ numbers. And one of the most exciting trip is the Tamang Heritage Trail. A visit to the Tamang Heritage Trail takes you to the absolute most eminent trekking in Nepal. Lying only north of the Kathmandu Valley, the Tamang Heritage Trail is maybe the most available trekking locale in Nepal, where you can encounter...

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Mar
14

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek : Trekking Thrill

 
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Around the capital of Nepal, encompassing the Kathmandu valley, one can have a sight of the entire scope of white massif which is Kanchenjunga. Kanchenjunga is the third most noteworthy pinnacle of the world and second most noteworthy crest in Nepal which lies in the eastern most piece of Nepal. It ascends with a height of 8586m (26,169ft) in an area of Himalayas called Kanchenjunga Himal halfway which lies in Nepal and mostly in Sikkim. The exacting importance of Kanchenjunga originates from Tibetan saying which is "The Five Treasures of Sn...

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