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As a country rich in natural and cultural resources, Nepal is filled with colossal mountains, pristine lakes, and tranquil settlements of indigenous communities rich in heritage. As such, the Mount Everest (8848m), the top of the world, has continued to fascinate people from all over the world. While some want to conquer it, the magical view of the summit is breath-taking to others.
This blog post will provide you with plenty of information and guidelines for your trekking and walking holiday in Nepal. Trekking routes, costs, insurance, maps, your trekking permit, choosing the right trekking company, and many more subjects will be explained.
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Nepal Travel and Trekking Blog Bhutan Tours. March 9, 2020 March 9, 2020 Info Nepal Treks Leave a comment. Bhutan is worth visiting. Like Nepal and Tibet, Bhutan offers spectacular tours and trekking in the cities and in the Himalayas. People across the world keep Bhutan tour in their bucket list and looking forward to the right time to do. While they are undertaking the Bhutan tour, they get.
Trekking in Nepal in April means colorful Rhododendron, clear Mountain view and warm climate. A large number of trekkers from all around the world travel to Nepal for climbing the small and high peaks during April. Nepal climate in April and comfortable weather along with the dry and clear blue skies are perks of trekking in Nepal in April.
Government of Nepal Announces Sweeping Travel Restrictions. Travel Blog. Government of Nepal Announces Sweeping Travel Restrictions. KATHMANDU: The Department of Immigration under the Ministry of Home Affairs has today announced sweeping travel restrictions as a measure against COVID-19. The Department issued the notice considering the World Health Organization’s declaration that the.
Srishti got into trekking for the same reason most of the women did: a love of Nepal’s mountains, being outside, and meeting people from around the world. Her sister, Robina, is with us on the trek. She’s just finished her bachelors in Sociology and Anthropology and, while she enjoyed studying, but she tells me that trekking is her life.