Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal- Expectations Vs. Reality

The following is an extremely crude and almost offensive generalization of the experience while Trekking in Nepal. Touchy-Peeve, God-fearing, Carlin-hating PC Police are recommended to stop reading right now.

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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal in December

December marks the start of winter in Nepal. With the peak trekking season of October/November coming to an end, December sees a declining trend in the number of trekkers. However, the early days of the month is a great time to consider trekking in Nepal as it gives pretty much the same vibe as the […]

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Two trekkers celebrate awesome views during the Annapurna Seven Passes Trek
Annapurna Region

Saving the Annapurna Circuit- The Annapurna Seven Passes Trek

Tripple P. Gurung is a man on a mission. He is on a mission to build an alternative to the Annapurna Circuit Trek because a large part of what was once one of the best treks in the world is now a motorable road. Because of this, trekkers are increasingly hesitant to do the Annapurna […]

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Dorje Lhakpa Mountain from Chisapani
Hikes in Kathmandu Valley

“Day Hikes in Kathmandu” -Now Launched!

After a week-long hard work, everybody (including the workaholics, of course) awaits for a weekend! While many people spend these days with medium pleasures such as fast food, movie, video games, etc., the rest of the world tells a different story! Besides gossiping about the trending restaurants and cinemas that are popping out in the […]

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Jhong Village Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Region

An Expert’s Guide to Annapurna Circuit

Well, some people confuse Annapurna Circuit trek with Annapurna Base Camp trek. First of all, these are two entirely different treks. Annapurna Circuit trek is getting more feasible due to the building of motor roads. They are all Nepali style roads- so good luck with that. But if we compare the treks, the Annapurna Circuit is a great experience that you can have in Nepal. It is because you trek from a plain 500/800 meters to 5400 meters and in that altitude change, you see tropical vegetations changing, climate changing, people changing as well as religion changing. The mountains are always there. One probably thinks of Annapurna, or Fishtail while booking a holiday, but eventually, it is the people and culture that one falls in love with. So, Annapurna is a great trail to savor all the spices in one.

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Manaslu Region
Trekking in Nepal

Best Side Trips of Manaslu Circuit Trek

And we wouldn’t want to lie when we say this, but being referred as a Beyul, Manaslu Circuit Trek, is certainly worth a try. Actually, a must go! Having no chaos at all, this region is another beautiful trekking destination of Nepal that takes you to the high altitudes, enchanting monasteries, lures with awesome mountain […]

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Mount Everest
Everest Region

7 Problems during the Everest Base Camp Trek

As you plan your trek to Everest Base Camp, there are certain things we want you to know in order to have the best possible experience and avoid unpleasant surprises.

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Annapurna Region

5 Weird Things in Jomsom-Muktinath Trek

As extravagantly beautiful the trails stretching from Jomsom-Muktinath (a part of Annapurna Circuit Trek) are, there are some weirdly cool kinds of stuff that you might witness as you devour the journey. But you don’t have to worry. It has nothing to do with the optimum possibility that you shall return home (from 3800 meters) a […]

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Trekking in Nepal

HOW TO BE A VEGAN AND TREK IN NEPAL

Long gone are those times when human beings actually had to fight against all the odds to mark their existence and eat anything they could possibly find to let the generations flourish. We have passed the stone age and hunting era way back when ‘Survival Of The Fittest’ didn’t much sound like a myth. We […]

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Trekking in Nepal

Nepal Trekking in May

May in Nepal has more sunny days compared to rainy ones so it is comfortable to trek in high altitudes.

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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