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Ten Best Mountaineering Movies to Watch
29th April, 2020
Namaste,We all are stuck in home quarantine because of pandemic Corona virus which world are struggling to fight against.Staying in Home is best Prevention to save our self and our near and dear ones. Many of us are wondering what to do while in in quarantine. Here I have prepared 10 best Mountaineering and climbing movies you should watch if you like mountaineering or extreme outdoor adventure or climbing.The following are 10 best movies which are inspirational stories of Mountaineers that... Read more

Bungee Jumping
12th October, 2019
Bungee Jumping in Nepal is one of the best side-adventures that thrill-seekers prefer to do. The adventure takes place in the middle of a huge suspension bridge that is situated above the Bhote Koshi River. The swiftly flowing Himalayan River gushes past huge cliffs on either side, letting the jumper fall into the Bhote Koshi River Gorge. It is absolutely breath-taking and exhilarating!The bridge itself, which is the site of the Bungee Jump, was designed by New Zealand’s Consultant, makin... Read more

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
1st October, 2019
This trek goes deep into the remote mountains ranges and explores the abode of Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), the third highest mountain in the world. One of the main highlights of this trek is Kanchenjunga Conservation area which is home to diverse flora and fauna. Throughout the trekking, trekkers get to enjoy the sights of mountain peaks such as the Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8414m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Makalu (8463m), and many more. Beginning from Suketar, the trail heads to Chiruwa, S... Read more

Balthali Village
26th September, 2019
Balthali is a typical Nepali village complete with rolling green hills, forests, teeming wildlife and a majestic Himalayan backdrop. Travellers often go to Balthali for quick relaxation and peaceful retreat to wilderness.  The village of Balthali is located at just 40 km or 1 hour drive from Kathmandu. It lies south of the ancient town of Panauti in Kavre district.  Much of the hills surrounding the main village is densely forested. Rhododendrons and Magnolia are a com... Read more

Hot Air Balloon Ride In Pokhara
22nd September, 2019
Most Interesting advanture for people who are in pokhara or are planning to visit pokhara Nepal,recently Hot air balloon ride was tested and it is now possible advanture activity opportunity for the visitors.Before this activity,there is only chance to see the mountains like Annapurna,Dhaulagiri,fishtail from Ultraflight.It has a huge occupancy among the thrill seekers, adventure lovers, and daring people. Ballooning in Nepal takes you to the ultimate height of about 500m above... Read more

Kalinchowk Trek
15th September, 2019
One of the most popular trekking destinations of Nepal is Kalinchowk.It is located in north-east,about 150 km away from Kathmandu.It is in Dolakha district.Kalinchowk trek consists of the Kathmandu-charikot-kuri-kalinchowk route.The roads to these destinations are challenging yet fantastic.While passing through these challenges,you can enjoy the scenic view,breez of Himalayas.Kalinchowk Bhagawati-goddess for fulfilling the pilgrim’s pray and desire.Not only the religious value,but it is... Read more

Jomsom Village
19th August, 2019
Jomsom Village is a small town in Mustang region at an elevation of 2743m. It is prominent because of its role as the administrative center of entire Mustang district as well as a popular touristic spot.  Jomsom is originally called Dzong Sampa in bhote language which means ‘New Fort’. The place was used as a defending spot to protect the settlement from intruders in medieval times. The town rests along the banks of Kali Gandaki river with the backdrop of spectacular H... Read more

Chitwan National Park
1st August, 2019
Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal.It was established in 1973 and granted the status of World heritage site in 1984.It covers an area of 952.63 km2 and located in the sub-tropical innerv terai lowlands of south-centrel Nepal in the district of Nawalpur,Parsa,Chitwan and Makwanpur.It ranges from about 100m in the river valley to 815m in the Churia Hills.This park is very interesting fir its amazing wild life,from the Bengal tiger to hundreds of bird species.The animal... Read more

Rafting in Nepal
29th July, 2019
Nepal although a land-locked country avoided by the marine bodies boasts with an immense resource of water. As only a small percentage of this huge reserve has been utilized purposefully for hydel projects, water-supply or irrigation schemes, a majority of the rivers rove aimlessly. However, a few of them offer the opportunity of white-water exploit to the swashbucklers who enjoy maneuvering their rafts against the rapid of Himalayan streams. According to the Nepal Association of Rafting A... Read more

Manaslu short Trek
25th July, 2019
Manaslu Circuit Trek has been gaining popularity in the past years but it requires more days than other base camp treks (at least 13 or 14 days).  Not all travelers have that many days to spare so this article is about the possibility of doing a Manaslu short trek  Many of you have probably heard that the Manaslu trail has shortened due to recent road constructions.  During the dry season, the trailhead has now been pushed further up to Machhikhola (which was... Read more

Maha Sivaratri
23rd July, 2019
Maha Shivaratri is one of the major festivals of Nepal and literally means “Night of the Shiva”. It is celebrated on the 14th day of the dark fortnight of the Māgha month, as per the Hindu lunar calendar.It is believed that on this day, the stars in the Northern Hemisphere are at most optimum positions to help raise a person’s spiritual energy.It is  also believed that the Shiva principle is most active on this day of the year.Maha Shivaratri is celebrated mar... Read more

Bandipur (Kathmandu to bandipur )
19th July, 2019
Bandipur is a small, authentic village/small town in Nepal. Bandipur is famous for its pure and natural surrounding and life style. It’s the complete package for anyone who is willing to spend the weekend in the lap of mother nature. This used to be a stop on the route to Tibet from Kathmandu. Originally a Magar town, the Newars from Kathmandu took over the place and got settled in Bandipur making it a Newar dominated village as it is now. With traditional-style built house... Read more