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If you have a limited time for trekking but still want to see some of the Himalayas here are what we think are the 5 best short treks in Nepal. Note: Some of our itineraries on the website for these treks are longer as they include extra days in either Kathmandu or Pokhara. The times given here are the minimum requirements. Please ask us for more…
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The British Prince went on a mountain flight on a chopper before descending down to Bardiya. He boarded the raft for at least 40 minutes travelling from Gaindamochar Post to Baghaura Phant. Later…Continue
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KATHMANDU, Dec 27: In a reassertion of the fact that Nepal´s contribution to the world´s total greenhouse gas emission is still negligible, a yet-to-be published report states that the Himalayan nation emits less than 0.1 per cent of what scientists say causes climate change.
Nepal´s new report on National Greenhouse Gas Inventory, being finalized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MoSTE),…
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BARDIYA: Rafting in Karnali, the longest river of Nepal is gaining popularity here thanks to the opportunity for rafters to get a glimpse of the wildlife in Bardia national park.
Rafting from Chisapani to Tikapur park and Thakurdwara gives one a rare opportunity to witness tiger, elephant, crocodile and other endangered wildlife, in additional to the adventure of the water voyage downstream, said a rafter Laba Shahi.
Dolphins are added attraction though more likely to be…
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POKHARA, Oct 8: Pokhara, which has been attracting tourists with different opportunities of adventure sports, has ushered in yet another new product for adventure tourism. Three youths have brought the world longest adventure ZIP-Flyer to Pokhara.
With the joint investment of Golchha organization and Mangal Group, a Zip-flyer has be…
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Everest Base Camp Trek from Nepal -16 Days
The trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp continues to be one of our most rewarding journeys. You will have a day to explore the exotic city of Kathmandu before flying into the remote mountain town of Lukla (9,350 feet) to begin our trek into the Khumbu region of the…
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Visitor arrivals in the month of October 2011 crossed the 70,000 mark for monthly air arrival for the first time in the history of tourism in Nepal. According to figures released by Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), visitor arrivals in October increased by 16.8% to 73,264 as compared to the same month last year.
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|5 Lakh Tourist visit in Nepal in 9 month of Nepal Tourism Year|
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Apa Sherpa rewrites record with 21st Everest summit
Record breaking Nepali mountaineer Apa Sherpa reached the summit of Mt Everest for the record 21 times on the morning of 11 May.
Apa, who is leading an environmental expedition, took…
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THE HIMALAYAN TIMES -- The cat is out of the bag and Nepal can sit smug and enjoy the limelight while other blue chip tourism destinations turn green with envy.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have decided on Nepal for their honeymoon and are expected to land up in Kathmandu a week after their April 29 royal wedding at Westminster Abbey, London.
Prince William of Wales is second in line of inheritance to the British throne after his father Prince Charles of Wales.…
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Nepal plans to attract around 200,000 sexual minorities including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersexes
(LGBTI) during the Nepal Tourism Year 2011 (NTY-2011). The Blue Diamond Society
(BDS), an organization representing sexual minorities in the country, has said
that it aims to bring 200,000 i.e. 20 percent such tourists of the total one
million tourists in the NTY-2011. Nepal aims to host one million…
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The thrill of high-altitude trekking in Nepal was once available only to a gung-ho few. Recently, the journey has become more accessible.
In April 2011, co-host of international television show Word Travels and travel writer Robin Esrock will lead a trek to the Everest Base Camp
with World Expeditions.
The journey begins in Kathmandu Valley and ascends through Sherpa villages to Tengboche Monastery, where awestruck hikers
get panoramic views of the rock star…
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