Added by Anand Gurung on April 25, 2011 at 2:44pm — No Comments
A few weeks ago I wrote an article about ‘nearly trekking in Kathmandu Valley’. We walked from…Continue
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The Bisket Jatra is considered one of the liveliest cultural festivals in the world. The celebration in Bhaktapur (14km, 1 hour drive, from Kathmandu) is a nine day celebration at the time of Nepalese New…Continue
In 2006 I embarked on a trekking adventure into Nepal, lured by the mighty Himalaya and the prospect of walking a region relatively untouched by Western influence. Granted I still got the odd BP solar panel and Mars bar but what this trek offered was the chance to go culturally much further than…Continue
April is a confusing and crowded month for festivals. Within 10 days Ghode Jatra, the Newari Chariot festival, Seto Machhendranath, Chaitra Dasain , Ram Navami were all celebrated. New Years, Balaju Mela and Loktantra Diwas Day are on the way before the month ends.
It is really difficult to find information for when the festivals begin and with some of the rituals occurring on the same days it is often hard to know what you are watching. Here is our break down of the first…Continue
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I have been scared of heights since I was small. On a school trip we visited a science theme park. One of the rides was a huge slide where you hung in the air from a bar and drop a meter to a steep slide. It probably wasn’t very high but when I was swinging from that bar in midair the drop seemed huge. I froze. I couldn’t let go and drop to the ground. It was terrifying and ever since I have stayed away from heights.
I am not sure why I decided to face my fear of heights in a…Continue
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Annapurna Terai (Gurung Heritage Trail) Trekking is newly explored trekking routes in the lower part of Annapurna regioni. This trek provides first-hand experience of Gurung lifestyle and culture. It is popularity for short period of being wonderful Gurung Culture, natural scenery, and enthusiastic of Local peoples todevelop as tourist destination with the fantastic and superb views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna ranges, Mt. Manaslu ranges, Lamjung Himal and many more… Continue
Added by Dhan Prasad Gurung on April 10, 2011 at 11:16am — No Comments
If you are pressed for time and want a quick getaway, or if you have a motorbike and prefer a reasonable, comfortable 30 km distance to travel (pillion riders take note), take the high road to Kakani in Nuwakot-it offers a lovely view of the central mountain range of Annapurna, Ganesh Himal and Dhaulagiri. Kakani is an hour plus drive, north of Kathmandu. The only hassle is getting out of Kathmandu with its traffic jams, endless honking and pollution. Thankfully, I was given a bandana to…Continue
So you think you know about trekking in Nepal? Well, let me tell you about a fabled land, a land hidden deep within the Himalayas. A magical, secluded land situated in the highest, most Northern district of Nepal... Let me tell you about Humla.
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This year Nepal is very lucky first Bryan Adams came to perform here and then we heard news about Kailash Kher coming to Nepal to perform now the royal UK couple are coming to Nepal for their Honeymoon.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have decided on Nepal for their…
I read a lot of the Nepal forums and I get asked all the time how to find long term accommodation in Kathmandu. It is difficult being a foreigner and looking for an apartment…Continue