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Kathmandu Everest 1400m-8848m
Kathmandu Makalu 1400m-8481m
Kathmandu Annapurna 1400m-8481m
Kathmandu Dhaulagiri 1400m-8167m
Kathmandu Manaslu 1400m-8156m
Kathmandu Kanchenjunga 1400m-8586m
Kathmandu Langtang 1400m-7234m
Kathmandu Everest Base Camp 1400m-5380m
Kathmandu Renjolapass 1400m-5340m
Kathmandu Island Peak 1400m-6189m
Kathmandu Gokyo 1400m-5357m
Kathmandu Ghandruk 1400m-2000m
Kathmandu Muktinath 1400m-3710m
Kathmandu Dhaulagiri Base Camp 1400m-4748m
Kathmandu Tsum Valley 1400m-5093m
Kathmandu Thorongla pass 1400m-5416m
Kathmandu Larkya pass 1400m-5200m
Kathmandu Helambu 1400m-3650m
Kathmandu Mount Lohtse 1400m-8516m
Kathmandu Mount pumori 1400m-7161m
Kathmandu Cho-oyu 1400m-8201m
Kathmandu Annapurna-IV 1400m-7525m
Kathmandu Annapurna-I 1400m-8091m
Kathmandu Amadblam 1400m-6812m
Kathmandu Lakpari 1400m-7045m
Kathmandu Lobutche 1400m-4940m
Kathmandu Mera peak 1400m-6476m
Kathmandu Baruntse 1400m-7129m
Kathmandu Naya Kanga 1400m-5846m
Kathmandu Ruby valley 1400m-1853m
A nice souvenir bought at the end of an extravagant trip only adds colour to that trip. When it comes to reminding yourself of a wonderful trip at regular intervals, these souvenirs work just fine. Nepal offers you a diverse set of souvenirs to choose from- colourful, historical, artistic and unique to the Nepalese culture & traditions. There will be no shortage of some friends and family members expecting a nice souvenir from the country you have visited. And you will also have no shortage of souvenirs to buy here in Nepal for sure. The price ranges vary according to what you will get your hands on. But the value you will get in return is just too massive to compare it with the souvenir's price. Here is a list of top souvenirs to buy in Nepal. Khukuri Statues Wooden arts Masks Thangka Paintings Cashmere/Pashmina Dhaka Topi/ Bhadgaonle Topi with...

Every person who has a decent GK score will know the answer to the Question “Which is the tallest mountain in the world”.  Obviously, Mount Everest, it is. But many don’t know the exact location of the gigantic mountain! Mount Everest is located in a beautiful landlocked country- “NEPAL”- Sagarmatha Zone-Solukhumbu District- Mahalangur Range. The exact coordinate of the location is Latitude-27.9878 N and Longitude-86.9250 E. Whether it was for broadening your spectrum of General knowledge or for planning a trekking or mountaineering expedition: there you have it- the answer- Mt Everest is located in Nepal. The mountain is known as “Sagarmatha” in local language i.e. Nepali. The name was coined in the 1960s by Nepali authorities. The Tibetans regard it as “Chomolungma”. The mountain rises exactly between the border of Nepal and Tibet (Autonomous Region of China). Nepal is mountaineering and trekking capital sandwiched by the two geographically monstrous...

If you are an avid adventurer and follow any news and updates on trekking adventure in the Himalayas, you are certainly familiar with the famed Everest Base Camp Trekking. An incredibly scenic trek, which leads adventurers like you on the historic trail that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa walked through in 1953 for their successful ascent to the summit of the world’s highest mountain, is considered as one of the most sought after trekking adventures in the world. A dream adventure for many, this trek could be your next big adventure. Of several adventure trekking and expedition trips that we, at Adventure Mountain Nest, provide to our valued clients, trekking in the Everest region is one of the main trips. As the owner of the company, Mr. Prem Tamang, himself has been leading the trips to the Everest region for more than 25 years, we keep an expert knowledge of the...

Nepal is a heaven for trekkers and mountaineers. But this heaven was devastated by a wave of earthquakes in late April and early May 2015. Many of the villages and small towns in the trail of some of the famous trekking destinations were leveled by the quake recorded 7.8 in the Richter scale. The question hovering in the mind of most trekkers considering Nepal as their next destination for trekking now is- Is Nepal safe for trekking after earthquake. And the simple answer is Yes. Nepal is safe for trekking. That is not to say that the trekking trails were untouched by the earthquakes. Some of the trails were heavily affected by the force equivalent to 20 hydrogen bombs. Each many times powerful than the bombs dropped in Hiroshima. The most affected of the trekking destinations is Langtang Region Trekking. Langtang valley is located in the Rasuwa district- the neighboring district of Gorkha-...

Kathmandu Valley is surrounded by 5 different districts. Some of these districts are great for trekking around Kathmandu Valley. Especially the districts in the Himalayan region which lies north to Kathmandu Valley are tailor made for short hikes. The Himalayan districts- Sindhupalchowk and Nuwakot offer great vista of the Himalayas. A short trek which leads to one of these districts is highly recommended. Along the trails of these short hikes, you will witness the simple lifestyle of the Nepalese people. Hills covered with paddies dilly dallying with the flow of the wind will soothe you. From the right spots, you might as well get a clear view of different famous mountains such as Annapurna and Langtang. And if the weather befriends you, you might also get a glimpse of the mighty Everest- that is only if you are in the right place at the right time. Some of the hottest destinations for short distance trekking around...

Annapurna Trekking Trails is one of the most trekked trails in Asia. Second only to The One: Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking Trail, Annapurna gives you a large palette to choose from. There are treks in the Annapurna Trails that varies from short 4-day-trek to the 20 long grueling days. Most of the trail is inside the Annapurna Conservation Area. Irrespective of the trek you choose, short or long, what you are guaranteed to be greeted with is The mesmerizing vista of the Majestic Himalayas Picturesque Traditional Villages all along the way A showcase of the rich diversity of flora and fauna Entire hills blanketed by the national flower of Nepal- Red Rhododendron Beautiful species of birds, some of which are unfortunately going extinct L Diverse vegetation and ecosystem Hills covered by the yellow mustard plants; which seems like something that has been stolen from heaven Poonhill famously known as...

Every person who knows about the top of the world, dreams of feasting their eyes with the vista of Everest- The pinnacle of the world- whether they admit it or not. And the best place to do just that is the Everest Base Camp. But how fit do you need to be to climb Everest Base Camp? Everest Base Camp trekking requires a fairly fit person. The trek needs to be prepared for. It is best if you could train for a while before actually heading for it. But above all, you need to respect the Mother Nature and Everest trek itself. You don’t need to be as fit as an athlete, but you must be able to walk good distance without major stops. That is how fit you need to be if you want to go for Everest Base Camp Trek. A person more interested in dilly dallying than...

Adventure sports in Nepal had been looming under the shadow of trekking in the past. But that is not the present case. Nepal is known in many countries as a hub for adventure sports. Mother nature did not bless Nepal with the sea but sprinkled the country with other natural resources- raging rivers, deep canyons, and gorges, majestic mountains and lovely cliffs overlooking beautiful valleys; which perfectly sets the platform for launching adventure tourism in Nepal. Today, Nepal is known as one of the countries with great potential for adventure sports. Here is a list of adventure sports in Nepal (setting aside trekking, mountaineering expeditions, and peak climbing, for which Nepal is too famous). Skydiving from Everest Bungee Jumping Paragliding/ Para-hawking Zip Flying Mountain Biking in Nepal Canyoning in Nepal Ultra light flying White Water River Rafting/ Kayaking Rock Climbing in Nepal Hot Air Ballooning SKYDIVING FROM EVEREST Not many...

The perfect season for trekking in Nepal varies according to the variables/factors you take into consideration. Some people like crowds, want to indulge with them and make new friends while some want a solace journey. This is just one factor. There are many variables that come to play when you go for trekking. These factors are relevant not only for trekking in Nepal but also for trekking anywhere in general. Though there are some factors to consider, usually the best time to trek in Nepal is mid-September to Mid November. Nepal though small in geographical area, has a very diverse landscape. There are regions which are as dry as the desert and some that are very humid. Some of the important factors to weigh in before you head out for trekking in Nepal are: Climate (Rain, snow, temperature and humidity) Crowd Cultural celebrations during the trek Let’s look into them...

HOW FIT DO I NEED TO BE TO TAKE AN EBC TREK? You do not have to be able to challenge a professional athlete to trek to the Everest Base Camp. You only need to be able to walk long distances (without major breaks). WHAT IS THE BEST SEASON FOR TREKKING? The best seasons for the trek are September to November and March to June CAN A PERSON WITH NO TREKKING EXPERIENCE DO IT? Yes, they can do it. Considering that they have prepared well and are fairly fit, they can surpass the challenge the Everest Base Camp Trek is. ARE GUIDES REALLY NEEDED/CAN I TREK TO EBC ON MY OWN? Yes, you can. This will be helpful. Get all the gadgets you are going to use in the trek checked and rechecked- the GPS and all the navigation system you have mounted up for your trek. If you are a foreigner...

Not many people who have been to Nepal miss the Lake city of Pokhara- thanks to the beyond belief beauty that Pokhara possesses. If you have been to Kathmandu and believe that Kathmandu Valley is the cultural center of Nepal, then Pokhara certainly is the natural hub of the country. Pokhara is also a major stop for trekkers. It acts as the gateway to many popular trekking destinations such as Annapurna Circuit trek, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Dhaulagiri Trek, Ghorepani Poonhill trek and Jomsom Muktinath trek. Sometimes it is hard to believe the simplicity with which people live given that these have established themselves as one of the most ferocious fighters with their valor and unshakeable courage. While you’re at it, be sure not to miss out on any of these destinations- some of which are an integral part of local’s lifestyle and livelihood. PHEWA LAKE...

When we think of trekking in Nepal, the first thing that strikes the mind is spending a night at a camp in chilly mountains. And it is not surprising given the photographs that circulate around the web. The teahouse trekking saves you the trouble of spending a cold night in a tent. Teahouse trekking is already available in most of the famous trekking routes in Nepal including- Everest Trek and Langtang trek. The whole Annapurna Circuit is laden with the teahouses that offer more comfy accommodation/shelter and a larger menu for food. And if the lodges are good enough, you might even get an opportunity to talk with your friends and post some amazing photos from the trek.  Yes, I am talking about Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, the standard of the toilet/restroom/bathroom/latrine- whatever you want to call it- barely increases. As you go higher up the trekking route, they get worse. Some...

When Nepalese people talk about trekking and trips, conversation is incomplete without discussing Around Annapurna Trek. Our planning for Around Annapurna Trek took about a month for discussions, interactions, research and shopping. What we found was clothing and body care was the main thing to care about. Morning Walk and running are very much important for preparation to increase your stamina. We were 5 people each with 60 l. bag packs heading towards Himalayas in mid-November, which is considered to be best season to trek in Nepal. Our bag packs included, 4 pairs of trousers- One water +wind proof and others normal which you feel comfortable for walk. 2 pairs of jackets- In which you feel comfortable; wind stoppers are preferred 2 pairs of trekking shoes spikes optional A roll of toilet paper, wet tissues and dry tissues Massage Oil; You’ll need it Chocolates or other dry foods to maintain your...

Photographs are what best captures the lovely memories you have on your adventures- and when it comes to photographic journeys, Nepal is second to none. With Himalayas staring you 24X7 from the backdrops of already magnificent valleys like Kathmandu and Pokhara, a rich culture to show off and photogenic people who are more than willing to participate in your photography venture in Nepal, you are certain to have a good time with your camera. Brace yourself for a field day on photography. There are many opportunities for choosing a subject for photography in Nepal. The Himalayas The historic heritage The cultural heritage People Sky photography Dawn and dusk photography Wildlife The colourful market Panoramic Landscapes Let’s look into them in detail. THE HIMALAYAS The one thing you cannot turn your back on when you visit Nepal is the Himalayas. They are basically everywhere and they are also magical and magnificent....

ALTITUDE SICKNESS

  • 16 Aug 2017
Hello to all the wanderers who want to know about altitude sickness. If you are a traveller, wanderer, nature lover, trekker, climber or an nature enthusiast; the first thing to know about altitude is the Altitude Sickness. In this article, we will be discussing about Altitude Sickness, its symptoms, causes and Acclimatization. Q: WHAT IS ALTITUDE SICKNESS? Altitude sickness—also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a pathological effect of high altitude on humans, caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. Minor problems like breathlessness may be caused at altitude of 1500 meters due to thinner air pressure. But commonly, Altitude sickness occurs at height above 2400 meters. If you are travelling to heights greater than 2800 meters, the first and foremost thing you need to know about is altitude sickness. Q: WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF ALTITUDE SICKNESS? The symptoms of altitude sickness includes: A headache, which is...

VISIT NEPAL THIS 2017

  • 16 Aug 2017
Nepal, a country where nature resides, has been one of the popular destination for holidays as well as adventure for thousands of tourist. According to the statistics published, 729550 tourists visited nepal in 2016. As Nepal is reeling from a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck near the center of the country, it has raised fears and doubts amongst tourists who planned or wished to visit Nepal but are now hesitant about their trips. Well think again! Visiting Nepal now might just be the best time and life-changing experience you have been looking for. Whether you plan to visit nepal for a short period of time or plan for a long trip, Nepal welcomes you heartily to the land of natural beauty. If you are planning your escape to Nepal this 2017, here are the reasons to make your choice a perfect choice. BE A PART OF NEPAL’S GREAT REBUILDING PROCESS Just by coming to...

The Hillary Step's fame transcends mountaineering. Named after New Zealand Sir Edmund Hillary, who along with Tenzing Norgay from Nepal, were the first to summit Mount Everest in 1953, even non-climbers know what it is. Located 28,839 feet above sea level, it was a near-vertical outcrop sticking out of the mountain and considered the last significant obstacle to the peak. What News agency has reported about it??? CNN Reported: “Authorities in Nepal have denied reports that the famed "Hillary Step" on Mount Everest has collapsed, despite a veteran climber saying he saw it first hand during an ascent last week. FOX Reported: “One of Mount Everest’s famous rocky ridges, known as the Hillary Step, has collapsed, making the near-vertical rock potentially even more dangerous to mountain climbers.” BBC Reported: “A famous feature of Mount Everest has collapsed, potentially making the world's highest peak even more dangerous to climbers.” The Hillary Step...

The Mount Everest is the highest peak of the world so certainly, you must face the extreme challenges to conquer the Everest. People understand only physical challenges is present but mental and monetary challenges are also equally present. There are different challenges you should be aware of before you start a journey to conquer the Everest. They are listed as follow: Cost There is a popular saying, “Getting the money is harder than climbing the Everest". Estimated cost to climb Mount Everest is in the range of $25,000- $50,000. Experience There is a certain law which allows you to climb the Everest if and only if you had climbed the peak of 6,000m before. The limit of age also may trouble you if you are below 18. Time Climbing the Everest is not that easy especially to manage the time. The time required to climb the Everest is not a...

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