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  • Did You Know These Things About Langtang Valley Trek? | Must Read

    Posted On : August 31, 2016

    In this article, we are going to explore some facts and discover some interesting things you probably did not knew or unsure about Langtang Valley Trek. These things are good to know if you are planning for this delightful adventure around beautiful valleys, Himalayas and landscapes. First of all you must have known that April 25th 2015 was deadliest day for Nepal when earthquake triggered av [....] Read More

  • Why ‘Dashain’ is the Best Time for Nepal Treks? | Plan Now

    Posted On : August 30, 2016

    Are you planning to visit Nepal for trekking adventures? And wondering which would be the best of the best time to embark in? Well, I guess you have figured it out from the title. Yes, it is during festive season of Dashain; the most happening time for cultural exploration with chance to view excellent Himalayan views. Observing biggest Nepali festival of Dashain during peak trekking season at [....] Read More

  • Top 4 Everest Base Camp Trek Risks that You Must Know

    Posted On : August 28, 2016

    Everest base camp trek takes you at base camp of Everest which in itself is a great accomplishment. And with great accomplishment comes certain risks that need to be spotted and tackled accordingly in order to make a successful EBC adventure. Therefore here are few risks that you need to know and try to respond in such a way that it has least negative impact on us.   Risk 1: Altitude Si [....] Read More

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    Manaslu Circuit Trek Updates: Walk through newly built bridge

    Posted On : August 24, 2016

      Either it be Manaslu Circuit Trek or any other walking adventures around the foothills of Himalayas in Nepal, there has always been a picture, and a talk about crossing a bridge, more often about suspension bridge. For instance, let’s talk about popular Tenjing Hillary bridge at Everest region on any other brigde that takes you another side of the river; its always kind of scary vi [....] Read More

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    Accessible Tourism: Nepal’s gift for World Tourism Day 2016

    Posted On : August 23, 2016

    If you are an avid tourist, trekker, adventurer or someone working in tourism industry with an interest in world affairs related to tourism, you might know that World Tourism Day 2016 is round the corner. How can Nepal, a premium touristic destination, not give anything on this occasion? This World Tourism Day, on September 28, as the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) suggests [....] Read More

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    Top 6 Reasons to Join Langtang Trek

    Posted On : August 23, 2016

    Are you unsure about which trek to join in Nepal? There are plenty of options for you and Langtang trek might just be the one. In present context, most of the travelers have either Annapurna region or Everest region adventures. But, if you are looking for a change, then you might want to look out for Langtang region trek which offers great trekking experience. There are plenty of reasons to [....] Read More

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    Gai Jatra Festival: A festival of cows, humor and commemoration

    Posted On : August 19, 2016

    If you wander in the streets of Nepal’s capital for Gai Jatra Festival, the procession of cows, you shall have mixed emotions. Hundreds of boys draped colorful clothing with face smeared with mascara and painted as cows trot barefoot along the streets and be a part of procession. You shall see them carrying the pictures of their family members or relatives deceased in the past year led by a [....] Read More

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    Nitty gritty of Everest Base Camp Trek as a teahouse trekking

    Posted On : August 12, 2016

    First things first: in Everest Base Camp Trek doesn’t need camping. You shall have ample number of guesthouses or teahouses while you traverse to the Everest Base Camp.  So, you needn’t go for camping in this region. This leaves you with the option of teahouse during your trek. Teahouses in the Everest region are much more than just a place to grab a plate of lunch and have a goodnight [....] Read More

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    How to prevent AMS (Altitude Mountain Sickness)?

    Posted On : August 3, 2016

    Simply put, Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS) is an illness caused by faster ascent to higher altitudes and the consequential shortage of oxygen characterized primarily by nausea, exhaustion, hyperventilation and cerebral edema. AMS may rarely develop into HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema) and HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema). When you are traveling to Everest Base Camp and similar areas, [....] Read More

  • Book Everest Base Camp Trek

    Why booking your Everest Base camp trek a little early is important?

    Posted On : August 3, 2016

    The best season for 2016 for Everest Base Camp trek, i.e. autumn 2016 is round the corner. Have you booked and confirmed your place for the trek to the base of world’s highest peak? If not and if you are thinking to do it this year you shall rather hurry up! Planning and booking your trips ahead is always good for all holiday trips and especially for Everest base camp trek, its more importan [....] Read More

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