Your Complete Nepal Travel Guide

  • Tatopani border
    Tatopani border is basically the gateway to China from Nepal. The term "Tatopani" literally means hot water. "Tato" here refers to heated or hot and "Pani" means water. A good number of tourists visit here ton enjoy the spring bath. Tatopani border is located at 112 km west from Kathmandu at Sindhupalchowk district. You can reach here through the local bus ...
  • Bungee Jumping
    Nepal has been the marvellous zones for Bunjee Jumping freaks around the globe. The activity has been consistently extreme here. Good news is that it’s absolutely a joy ride this time of three hours from Kathmandu. This most enchanting bungee jumping destination is pretty adjacent to Tibet perimeter. It is here to mention that this is the second highest bungee jumping dest...
  • Momo
    Delights of tasting the Nepali Momos Momo is a fantastic spicy lolly with the perfect shape to fit well within the mouth perfectly complemented by the spice plummeting impudence. Dietetic, pocket friendly, and easy to prepare and eat, all these characteristics perfectly meet with Momos. It’s very hard to control the tongue witnessing a perfectly garnished m...
  • Dolpo Pa
    The Dolpo Pa communities are basically considered the groups of people involved in agriculture trading in Dolpa, one of the zones at northwest of Nepal. Being a traveler, you can identify them as the people with a group of yaks at the very peak of Himalayan zones. Literally, Dolpo is the name of that region at a higher altitude and Pa means people. From cul...
  • Kathmandu City tours
    Kathmandu tour is one of the most popular sightseeing tour in Nepal. Kathmandu city is the capital city of Nepal and is considered as heart of Nepal. Kathmandu valley contains three fabled cities, Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Kathmandu city has an artistic exposition of graceful temples, elegant palaces, brick paved courtyards and giant streets.
  • Nepal After the Earthquake: Is i...
    By Bill Fink December 4, 2015 The Namche Bazaar, once packed with travelers, was mostly empty on this day even though it’s open for business since the April earthquake. (Photo: Bill Fink) In April 2015, Nepal suffered a devastating 7.8 earthquake that killed over 9,000 people (including 19 on the slopes of Mt. Everest), destroyed buildings, infrastructure, and creat...

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