There are 100 of reasons to travel Nepal considered as one of the most beautiul country in world. here are 10 hot reasons among them that supports your visit to Nepal and can inspire .
10 reasons for travelling to nepal
How Many Days you want to take a vacation while covering Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan as a tourist ? & what is the longest itinerary most of the tour operator designs to their clients seeking to explore the himalays???
In the 1960s and 1970s, Western travelers seeking enlightenment in South Asia brought with them German-made Mercedes Benz buses to get around on their own.
Kathmandu: Ghandruk, a beautiful village of Kaski district in Gandaki province has been enlisted as one of the top 13 most beautiful tourist destinations in Asia according to an international America based news media- CNN.
Adventure Himalayan helicopter flight over the Himalayas is a unique and adventurous way to see the mountains as you gain access to areas that traditional flights and trekkers cannot access.
Himalayas offers more then fifty mountains Exceeding 7,200 Meters in elevation. it has 10 of the fourteen eight thousand peaks total distant of the himalayan range is 2400 kilo meters .
Park Entry of Nepal National Parks and conservations areas, wildlife reserve , hunting places , restricted area etc can be find in the Nepal Tourism Board office, Immigration office, Trekking agents office and in the concerned area entry point . here we have brought a detail informations about the entry cost to different parks of Nepal
As I said in yesterday's article , Kathmandu was love at first sight. Yes, it may sound strange, chaotic, dirty for someone who lives in villages Scandinavian or
Bhaktapur is a city-museum more than Patan. If Patan, the old market is made up of some streets in the area, Bhaktapur, more precisely, a good part of it is a city-museum,
After conquering India and fighting two wars against the Gorkhali Army, the victorious British did not colonize what's now Nepal, for good reason .When the British East India Company, led by Robert
Japanese alpinist Junko Tabei, the first woman in the world to scale the peak of Mt. Everest, died of peritoneal cancer at a hospital in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, on Thursday. She was 77.