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15
October
2018

6 FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT CHHATH PUJA

Chhath is a primitive Hindu festival, which is performed as a thanksgiving to the Lord Surya – ‘The Sun God’ for granting life on earth and providing prosperity for the lifeforms on Earth. As per the Hindu traditions, the sun god is the ultimate force which represents vigor, fame, courage, and vitality. In contrast to other festivals, the Chhath Puja is done to worship the natural phenomenon occurring on Earth,…

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14
October
2018

Adventure Amidst The Festivity : “Nepal”

The most enticing time of the year for the dwellers of Nepal is from October to December. During this time of the year, the weather becomes clearer; the sun shines brighter, the winds become stronger, and most of all the heart becomes happier. You might ask, ‘Why the excitement?’ If you ask that to a common Nepali, then they’ll reply by merely stating Dashain aayo! Khaula Piula. To save you…

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1
October
2018

Treks in Nepal in Monsoon Season

There is something magical about trekking in Nepal during the monsoon season. Many say that fall is the perfect opportunity to visit Nepal, but there’s a certain charm about traveling in the monsoon that the fall season fails to provide. The number of people who are traveling in the monsoon season is increasing at a steady pace, and the significant factors that have contributed to its popularity are the surreal…

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1
October
2018

Jungle Safari in Nepal

To the typical eye, Nepal is the land of trekking and expeditions. The roaring rivers of Kaligandaki and Marsyangdi descend from the snow laden Himalayas and rejuvenate the arid landscape providing a life for all. Apart from the jaw-dropping whitewater river rafting and the perilous yet adventurous peak scaling, Nepal is home to one of the if not the most beautiful national parks and wildlife reserves. These wildlife reserves accommodate…

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28
August
2018

WHY TRAVEL NEPAL?

Travel enthusiasts and trekkers have always kept Nepal on top of their bucket list, and as a result, thousands of people flood it every year. Nepal is smaller than the Indian state of Rajasthan, and it makes you wonder what is there to explore in this pint-sized nation? Well, there's more to this than meets the eye. This small nation proudly displays its plethora of sky-piercing mountains, differentiated topography and…

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22
August
2018

Trekking Annapurna Region

One of the people in Kathmandu we really wanted to meet again was Rajan. Back then he had a small tourism agency and he organized a trekking and some other trips through Nepal, for us as well as for our parents and friends who came to visit back then. It was always fun to meet him, we spent good times together. Next to running his agency he was a comedian…

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22
August
2018

Things to do in Kathmandu valley with Earthbound Expedition

THINGS TO DO IN KATHMANDU VALLEY WITH EARTHBOUND EXPEDITIONS Experience the adventure as you wander in the ancient capital of Kathmandu which is a complete blend of art, history and culture. The things to do in Kathmandu include: • Witness the beautiful Durbar Squares: The artistic pagoda structures of the majestic Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur, accentuates the beauty of this ancient capital. The Kathmandu Durbar Square beams…

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1
August
2018

What to Expect in Nepal during Summer Travel

Summer is approaching in Nepal and tourism is expected to get slower. That is what happens every summer. As the result of hot weather and heavy rainfall, number of tourists visiting Nepal falls down during the summer months. Although the flow of tourists is low and activities slow, all kinds of tourist activities and destinations are in operation during the summer and visitors can experience quite a good time and…

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4
March
2018

Upper Mustang Trekking Highlights

Upper Mustang- the last forbidden kingdom of Nepal is a remote trans-Himalayan village of Nepal. Trekking in Upper Mustang is a rare privilege. This is the place where the true originality of Himalayan people exists. You can explore and get chance to know the lifestyle of Himalayan people who are not much in the touch with the rest of the world. People in Upper Mustang used to have their own…

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