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Nepal in the list of national geography

“Tourist numbers to Nepal plummeted by 85% after the devastating earthquake, but the country is once more open for business and safe to visit, with a new government-backed website providing official updates on affected areas.”- National Geographic Traveller. National Geographic Traveller has released its ‘Cool List’, that is, the list ...

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Is Everest Trekking Safe?

All we would like to say is “Don’t let a small disaster destroy the most important dream of your life!” The Everest Trek  is one of the most popular adventure activities in Nepal. In fact, this trekking trail and the destination itself have never failed to win the hearts and soul ...

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4 Myths about Nepal

We understand your doubt about travelling to Nepal at this time when it’s not even been 6 months after the massive earthquake. Probably you have delayed your Nepal travel or even have canceled it. Hence this blog is for clarifying your confusion regarding Nepal travel. Following are the myths about ...

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Manaslu Trek Back to Track

Now this is what we call a ‘Silver Lining Among the Black Clouds’. We all know that Manaslu and Langtang are one of the major tourist drawcards of Nepal. Every year these destinations draw a big number of trekking enthusiasts to visit Nepal. But, we also know the fact that ...

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Patan Durbar Square opened for visitors

The wait is over now          One of the major Tourist hubs of Nepal – the Patan Durbar Square, which was closed following the April 25 devastating earthquake, has been opened for visitors from June 11. Even though it wears a deserted looks now with the rubble turned ancient temples and ...

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Best way to help nepal

They will never be the same, but they will definitely be better. Nepal was, is and will always remain the leading adventure destination of the world! April 25, 2015 was undeniably a black day for the people of Nepal. The earthquake claimed over 8,000 lives; left more than 15,000 people ...

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