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Travel Blogs Around The World

Buddhist Culture
29th August, 2018

Buddhist Culture

Welcome to the land of the Buddha; join our Nepal Buddhist culture tour in which we take you to some of the important Buddhist sites in the world, including the birthplace of Buddha-Lumbini. The tour combines both the nature and culture aspects of touring in Nepal, starting from Kathmandu the culture a historical center of Nepal. Kathmandu has its own brand of culture life which is based on unique mixture different religious and faiths. In Kathmandu, we visit Bouddhanath, Swyambhunath, an...
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What To Expect In Nepal During Summer Travel?
26th August, 2018

What To Expect In Nepal During Summer Travel?

Summer is approaching in Nepal and tourism is expected to get slower. That is what happens every summer as the result of hot weather and heavy rainfall, number of tourists visiting Nepal falls down during the summer months. Although the flow of tourists is low and activities slow all kinds of tourist activities and destinations are in operation during the summer and visitor can experience quite a good time and a different level of joy of travelling for those who are not troubled by hot an...
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Parsa Wildlife Reserve
24th August, 2018

Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa wildlife reserve occupies part of Chitwan, Makwanpur, and  Parsa, and Bara districts in central Nepal .The reserve headquarters is situated at Adabar on the Hetauda-Birjung  highway and the reserve covers 499 sq. kms and established in 1984. The dominant landscape of the reserve the churiya hills ranging from 750 m to 950m run east to west of the reserve. The reserve has sub-tropical monsoon climate. The forest is composed of tropical to subtropical forest types with sal co...
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Tharu Culture
21st August, 2018

Tharu Culture

Tharu is one of the most populated communities in Nepal counting about 7 percent of the entire population. This ethnic group sin digamous  of the terai region of Nepal from east to the west.                                         They are good in planting and cultivating, apart from cultiv...
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Langtang National Park
20th August, 2018

Langtang National Park

The Langtang National Park is the fourth national park in Nepal and was established in 1976 as the first Himalayan National park. The protected area exceeds an altitudinal range of 6450 m and covers an area of 1710 km in the Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sindhulpalchok districts of the central Himalayan region  encompassing 26 villages executives. It is the highest altitude sacred lake of Gosainkunda falls within the park. The Gosainkunda lake and Dorje lakpa range bisect the park from east-wes...
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