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Whenever we hear the word “Nepal”, two things pop up in our head is “Mount Everest” and “Birthplace of Buddha”. But is the country limited to only these two things? Of course, not, there are many more to explore. Nepal is a country of charming hills, mountains, incredible temples, beautiful and diverse culture, and many ethnic and religious groups. Also, it has attractive green lush forests with some of the most unique and rare wildlife. These are a few attraction that makes Nepal the perfect destination for traveling and exploring.

When it comes to trekking in the Himalayas, Nepal, for the most part, is a wonderful country. Whether you’re looking for a nimble getaway from the bustling city or planning an escape into the wild for a week or two, this captivating country is certain to dazzle you at most. Surrounded by the sky-high Himalayas, enchanting lakes, turbulent rivers, diverse cultures, and centuries-old architectures, Nepal has always been the country where backpacker’s dreams meet reality.   What to expect while trekking in Nepal? If you’re planning to travel to Nepal for

For a woman, maintaining healthy hygiene during treks are so much more challenging and inconvenient as compared to males. A woman should consider all the possible circumstances and be prepared to avoid any cross-contaminations, bacterial infections and health issues that are more likely to arise while travelling. It is a critical topic to be understood and proper precautions should be taken to remain healthy and be fit to trek.The preparations should include proper packing of all the items required for hygiene purpose, and maintain precaution related with health. Below are

  Life is either a great adventure or nothing - Helen Keller   The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams - Oprah Winfrey   I think you travel to search and you come back home to find yourself there - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie   Instead of trying to make your life perfect, give yourself the freedom to make it an adventure, and go ever upward. - Drew Houstan   Life is an adventure, it's not a package tour - Eckhart Tolle   The traveler sees what

Nepal is a year-round perfect travel destination for the tourists, trekkers, individuals, and families. With stunning mountain scenery, rich culture, and friendly people you should experience Nepal at least once in your lifetime. Nepal is truly a special place to visit. But, one of the common questions I am asked- when is the best time to travel to Nepal? Well, that's a bit difficult question to answer as there's no "best time to travel in Nepal.". It depends on the kind of experience you're looking for. Each season has its perks depending

Solo travelling is an intense therapy of exploration and being to self. It is a journey that helps you ponder about the answers that are interwoven in your own thoughts. But why wouldn’t you trek solo? Mostly because of fear, alienation, inability to cope, insecurity? However, the gain is much more worth than the fear compared. We tend to look at the negatives more and focus lesser on the benefits, hence listing down the benefits of solo treks:  Step out of comfort zone You are used to sitting about and working

Nepal is a landlocked country sandwiched between India and China. Nepal is a beautiful country full of natural scenarios, high Himalayas, amazing valleys, and diverse culture and ethnicity.   Not just the Mountains and natural beauty, Nepal offers the different variety of landscapes, architectural styles, cultures, tribes, foods, religions which is beyond anyone expectation. The person who visits Nepal once always wants to visit here again and again.   Nepal is culturally and historically rich which provides excellent opportunities for the tourists to explore and learn new things which are interesting in

Between the majestic Himalaya Mountains that can be glimpsed from juddering bushes and the fascinating Indian jungles, Nepal is a land where things like yaks and yetis, hidden monasteries, the colorful temples and the bizarre encounters appear to be seemingly common. Ever since Nepal has opened its border to inlet the foreigners all-round the world, it has emerged as an enchanting destination for hikers and trekkers. The rugged trails to Mount Everest leading to the top of the world are just more than enough to attracts mountain climbers

Sitting idly behind the window overlooking the crowded street in my cozy apartment I just can’t contain the excitement I am all excited for, “Tomorrow, at this hour of the day I will be sky punching a brooch of snow-draped mountains of Himalayas. The first time I heard of the teeny tiny Himalayan country perfectly sandwiched between the Tibetan plateau, and Indian Sub-continent, was a few months ago from a friend who had just returned to the states following an adventure-trip wild into the mysterious landlocked country.  He reckoned

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