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Heli tour to Everest Base Camp- my experience !!

A 4-hour Heli tour to Everest Base Camp is a blessing for travelers that want to see Mount Everest without a 15-day long trekking journey.   Justin and his three friends boarded on a heli tour to Everest Base Camp with great enthusiasm. Super busy with their business at home, they didn't have much time spare in Kathmandu. Interestingly, this 4-hour Helicopter tour to Everest seamlessly fit into their schedule.   Helicopter gets ready to land in the Everest Region.   Book a Heli Tour to Everest     The helipad in Tribhuvan International Airport looks alive with choppers flying…

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Celebrate Holi Festival 2019 in Kathmandu with Hiking Adventures

Holi festival is celebrated with splash of colors, dance, joy and triumph in Kathmandu, and all over Nepal and India. But recently, Holi celebration has expanded all over the world. If you are planning to celebrate Holi festival in Kathmandu or Nepal and looking for some ideas about the festival, this post might be helpful.   Celebrate Holi with Hiking Adventures Date:  March 20, 2019 Meeting: Lekhnath Marg, Thamel, 9.00 am Call/Viber/WhatsApp: 9801020350, 9802099198 email: Price: $30 USD. (including drive: thamel-budhanilkantha-thamel; lunch, snacks & Shivapuri National Park Entry Fees   Visit the Facebook Event Page   Join Hiking Adventure…

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Top 10 trekking regions in Nepal – our pick for 2019

Most Trekking regions in Nepal are on the top of the world charts – more than a million tourists that visited in 2018 testify to this statement. Trekking regions in Nepal boast superiority over the world. This is because of the abundance of mountains and hills (83% of total land area). On top of that, eight out of ten world’s highest peaks decorate the country’s north. There are significant number of trekking trails, and this is where the confusion starts. Which trail should you follow? Trekking to Everest Base Camp [15 days] in the Everest Region Brace yourself as we…

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4 Trekking Seasons in Nepal with recommended activities

Understanding the seasons and trekking trends in Nepal comes handy if you are planning a trip for yourself, your friends, or your family. Trekkers need to be familiar with the seasons in Nepal: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Each one comes with a different flavor. It's even possible to trek in winter (offseason0 if you know where you are going and what you are doing. Alternatively, you might be in the country at the right season and don't know where to go. Let's have a look into the seasons and what you can expect if you are trekking or planning…

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tiger crossing river in Chitwan national Park

Tiger population increase by double-fold in Nepal – great wildlife experience awaits

Nepal doubled its tiger population in the span of eight years. It further commits to conserve wildlife and promote sustainable tourism. Visitors are reporting more tiger sightings in our guided tours. Tigers are majestic beings in the animal kingdom famous for their strength and beauty. If you are fortunate enough (on a simple jungle walk, but most probably on a proper jungle safari), you will have a chance to go eye to eye with these large cats in Chitwan, Bardia, and Parsa along with other protected areas. Tigers are listed as endangered and are heavily protected Poaching is still a huge…

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Kathmandu Crawls up to top 5 destinations worth traveling in 2019

Figure 1: The word “Nepal” originally referred to the valley of Kathmandu. As it was annexed to a larger kingdom, the whole country was named after this spectacular valley. Kathmandu, a city with a prosperous culture and historical significance, has made it to the 5th position of top-10 travel destinations for 2019 by Lonely Planet. It’s a great news for as the himalayan capital continues to receive immense love from the locals as well as the travelers. Experience the best of Kathmandu Valley Tour with Hiking Adventure. Moves to calm the city’s infamous traffic, smog and noise have made Kathmandu more…

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Restricted area trekking in Nepal

Restricted Area Trekking in Nepal – What does it mean?

Restricted Area Trekking in Nepal: An Exploration of the Less Explored Mountain Wonders While it comes to trekking in Nepal, exploring the restricted areas in the mountains has a different but equally wonderful charm as other regular trekking regions. Restricted area trekking in Nepal is not a ‘not allowed’ region but it requires a special permit from the government of Nepal to be in the region. The government issues a special permit for a certain period of time for the trekkers to be in the region. Why is it called a restricted area if you can visit there? The government…

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Nepal at a Glance

Capital                       : Kathmandu Area                            :147,181 square kilometers. Geography                 : Situated between China to the north and India to its south, east and west. Population                 : 23,151,423 (2001 census) Language                   :Nepali is the national language however travel-trade people understand and speak English as well People                        :Nepal has more than 61 ethnic groups and 70 spoken languages Religion                     :Majority of people in Nepal is Hindu. However, there is a harmonious blending of Hinduism & Buddhism in Nepal. Currency                    :Nepali Rupee. Bank notes come in denominations of 1000/500/250/100/50/25/20/10/5/2/1. Time                           :Nepal’s standard time is 5 hours and 45 minutes ahead of GMT…

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