July, 2015

  • 11 July

    Is it still safe to visit Nepal after earthquake?

    The Earthquake on 25th April has damaged some of the tourist sites and cultural heritages in Nepal but we are still alive and trying to get back to normal. Even though there are some landslips but roads and air transport are still intact throughout the country. Hotels and restaurants are ...

June, 2015

  • 24 June

    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 ...

  • 12 June

    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 ...

May, 2015

  • 21 May

    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 ...

April, 2015

  • 19 April

    Tips for Everest Base Camp Trek

    If you are an adventure lover then you must have always dreamt of stepping on to the foot of the highest peak of the world- Mount Everest. Physical fitness is important before going for this trek. If you are strong enough to walk for a few hours a day, then ...

  • 10 April

    Recharge Yourself with Yoga Retreat Trek

    Where else in the world would be perfect for Yoga than in Nepal, a birthplace of Buddha, home country of Mt Everest, the Rhododendron forests, the Himalayas, the villages, fresh air, Rural climate, cool morning, Mountain view, sunrise view, You and your Yoga. Just imagine how perfect it would be? ...

  • 6 April

    Visit Mount Everest before you die

    If travelling is your passion, if exploring is your hobby, if adventure is your love and you are dedicated to your passion, then without a second thought just add Nepal to your bucket list of places you want to visit before you die. Being a small country, Nepal has the ...

March, 2015

  • 25 March

    Kathmandu among world’s top 25 destinations

    In this age when big things come in small package, Nepal is a small beautiful country sandwiched between two large countries India and China. Nepal share many wonders like cultural diversity, natural beauty, loyal people etc that can’t be found elsewhere. Trekking, Mountaineering, Rafting, paragliding bungee jumping and other similar ...

  • 23 March

    TIMS Card made mandatory

    The Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card that was used only for trekking trails in Everest, Langtang and Annapurna regions has now made mandatory for all Trekking trails.   Ministry of Tourism, Tourism Board and Trekking Agency Association of Nepal  signed the new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)  for implementation of TIMS”. ...

  • 22 March

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost

    Cost of Trekking can be a topic of issue if you are planning for any trek. You would never like to add unnecessary amount to your trek cost. So before you head towards any trek you should consider cost from flights to rental Cars, accommodation to food, Royalty fee to ...

  • 18 March

    Trekking in Nepal Without a Guide or with Company?

    Trekking in Nepal means travelling to Nepal, meeting new people, ascending and descending through forest for many days far from the city area, no hospitals, but the need of hospitality, no organized foods and many other thrills. If you plan to go for solo trekking, you might miss this thrill ...