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

[caption id="attachment_1143" align="alignleft" width="725"] A tiger resting in the forest - Bardiya Safari Tour[/caption] 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.…

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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

[caption id="attachment_1111" align="aligncenter" width="798"] Upper Dolpo Trek[/caption] 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…

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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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World Everest Day

55 years ago, on 29 May 1953, two people stood on top of the highest peak in the world – Mt. Everest – for the first time. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa reached the summit of Mt. Everest 55 years ago today to make a history in mountaineering. They became the first people to reach the summit of the Everest. Today, May 29, 2018, is the 55th anniversary of summiting of the Mt. Everest. The day has a significant importance in the mountain tourism of Nepal. The door to the mountains of Nepal actually opened after the successful…

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Muktinath Temple

Muktinath Temple is one of most famous temples of Nepal. Muktinath Temple (which literally means the "place of liberation or moksha”) is also known as Chumig Gyatsa. It is located at the laps of snow-capped mountains at Thorong-La mountain pass at an altitude of 3710 meters above sea level in Mustang district of Nepal. This temple is covered in one of the famous trekking routes of Annapurna Circuit. Muktinath temple is the pilgrimage for the Hindus as well as a sacred place of the Buddhists. The main temple houses the statue of Lord Vishnu which is additionally loved as Avalokitesvara…

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Manaslu Larke Pass Trek Package From Kathmandu,Nepal

Manaslu Larke Pass trek is another popular destination in Nepal for trekkers. It is not famous as Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit Trek but it is an untouched paradise of nature. “Mount Manaslu” is the eighth highest mountain in the world. It is situated in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its name, which means "Mountain of the Spirit", comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa, meaning "intellect" or "soul". Manaslu was first climbed on May 9, 1956, by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu. If you want to do trekking in an…

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Things you should Avoid Doing in Nepal

If you are planning to visit Nepal sooner or later in future, it is always a wise thing to know something about this beautiful country. You will be at ease if you have pre-information about what you can expect; what you should do and should avoid doing. Whether you are coming for trekking, peak climbing, tours or any other purpose in Nepal, you will share some common grounds in terms of cultural belief system of the country. Although Nepal is a pretty liberal country where guests are considered gods, the country practices some deeply rooted cultural traditions. Respecting these cultural…

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tiger-banke-national-park Tiger population increase by double-fold in Nepal – great wildlife experience awaits

[caption id="attachment_1143" align="alignleft" width="725"] A tiger resting in the forest - Bardiya Safari Tour[/caption] Nepal..

patan-durbar-square_1511673788 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..