Month: October 2015

Trekking in Nepal

Why you should not trek in Nepal

Nepal is simply and utterly beautiful. The raves of Nepal’s beauty and wildlife are endless and extensive. People plan their trek months in advance but honestly isn't months of planning for an activity which is just exhausting and remotely rewarding a bit futile? We totally understand some people are not like other normal people. Some […]

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Deadliest Mountains Of Nepal

By: Avinav Bista If one were to ask which is the tallest mountain in Nepal, or rather the whole world, anyone with a general idea about the sport would utter, “Everest”. When asked which is considered the deadliest, you would receive a multitude of answers  and to be fair, each would be correct in some […]

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Rato Machindranath and Bhoto Jatra

Rato Machindranath JatraRato Machindranath Jatra, one of the most famous festivals in Nepal is a chariot procession type of festival which was instituted to celebrate the end of a devastating drought during the rule of King Narendra Deva(640-683 A.D). A chariot with an approx. height of 60 feet is constructed at Pulchowk to mark the […]

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Best places to trek this season in Nepal

What would a tourist first conjure in his/her mind when they hear the word ‘Nepal’?Trekking-through and through. Nepal has many other attractions such as the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, significant religious and pilgrimage sites, almost every ecosystem found on Earth, etc but trekking or especially mountain trekking dominates the image of Nepal to the world. […]

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Trekking Apps for Nepal- HoneyGuide

Nepal is famous all over the world for being synonymous with trekking and a trekker’s haven. And for good reasons- Nepal lies snuggly between the nurturing cradle of the majestic Himalayas and low-land plains of Terai along with diverse ecosystems and topography. Every year thousands of tourists enter Nepal. Most having only little knowledge of […]

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mountain teaser trees
’Going to the mountains
is going home.’
- John Muir
‘Great things are done when
men and mountains meet.’
- William Blake
‎’There is no such thing as bad weather,
only inappropriate clothing.’
- Sir Ranulph Fiennes