Baseri Village Trek and Tour

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:04 Jan,2017

Nepal Village Trek and Tour

If you are looking for more than just a good trip, if you want to help people to improve their life conditions while having a wonderful experience, Village Community Trekking & Tour - Baseri is exactly what you are looking for! This is one of several new community-managed projects in Nepal, where the benefits from your visit reaches the whole community. In this case, they have one main goal - to invest all benefits in increasing local’s access to education, health and build a sustainable way of life through community shared projects. ...

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Are you looking for EASY & SHORT TREK in Nepal?

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:04 Dec,2016

Easy Trek in Nepal | Short Trek in Nepal

If so, a Nepal Easy Trekking can get in the mountain in 3 days to 2 week walk to see a closer view of the spectacular Himalayan range that tends to extend wherever you go. While on the Short Trek in Nepal you have opportunities to observe Nepalese rural culture, custom and their tradition, which has been following since centuries. Day walks is easy gradual uphill bit flat and some steep ascent and descend in your easy pace with wonderful might mountains and picturesque village. The awesome Himalayan peaks will always remain with you giving fres...

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Top 10 Best Treks in Nepal

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:22 Nov,2016

Everest

Nepal lies almost in the middle of the Himalaya and while it’s a small country it hosts 8 of 14 of all the world’s mountains over 8000m. #1: EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK 16 DAYS The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the classic and most popular treks to the base of the highest peak in the world, the Mt. Everest 8848m. Apart from Mount Everest you will also be able to see the magnificent Mt. Lhotse (8516m.), Mt. Makalu (8462m.), Mt. Nuptse (7861m.), and Mt. Cho Oyu (8201m). Besides taking you closer to the world’s highest mountain, this adventure ...

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Reconstruction of Boudha Stupa Completed

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:18 Nov,2016

Boudha Stupa

Today a consecration ceremony of Boudha Stupa was held at Boudha. And the opening ceremony will be held on 22nd of November from the respected person of the country either president or prime minister. Boudha survived the 2015 earthquake however extensive repairs were needed and carried out throughout 2016. On the 14th of November 2016 the repairs were completed. The new looks view of Boudha Stupa after consecration ceremony. Boudha is also know as Boudhanath or Boudha and is an area about 7 kilometers from Kathmandu city center. It is...

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Shivalaya to Everest Base Camp Trek, the journey of a lifetime

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:23 Aug,2016

Everest Photography Tour | Trek to Everest

Starting the walk in to Everest Base Camp at Shivalaya, this fantastic 3 to 4 week trekking holiday follows the same approach used by the Everest expeditions of the 1950's. This is the same route which was used by the early expedition teams to climb Everest from Nepal part. Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. The first successful climbers of the mount Everest in 1953. Went through his trail to climb mount Everest. It is one of the popular trekking trails in the word which offers the combination of nature and culture beauty. This trekki...

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Top 10 Highest Mountains in the World

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 Published On:22 Aug,2016

Mount Everest (8848m/29029ft)

The world’s tallest mountains are some of the most majestic and beautiful things that one can be blessed enough to witness in their lifetime. They are all located in Asia and each reach an altitude of over 8000 meters above sea level. And interestingly 8 out of 10 highest peaks in the world lies in Nepal, a tiny Himalayan nation wedged between China and India. Here goes the list of top 10 highest mountains in the world.   10. Annapurna I (8091m/26545ft) Annapurna I is the tenth highest mountain in the world that lies in the nor...

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Today in Boudhanath Stupa thousands of people are gathering to watch Gai Jatra and Ropai Jatra

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:20 Aug,2016

Ropai Jatra, Gai Jatra at Boudhanath Stupa

Gai Jatra (The festival of holy cow ) and Ropai Jatra ( festival of Rice cultivation or planting ) Festival. Today in Boudhanath Stupa thousands of people are gathering to watch this festival. In this Festival People grieving the loss of their dear ones gather together and on the street processions were organised disguised as a cow, Yak, God, Goddess, Traditional dresses and other comical characters. Gijatra: The festival of "Gai Jatra" (the procession of cows) which is one of the most popular festivals, is generally celebrated i...

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VISITING NEPAL; WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO

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 Published On:20 Aug,2016

Visit Nepal | Trek to Nepal | Nepal Info

One of the anxieties of visiting a foreign land is wonder the customs of the people there and how to be a good guest. A great deal of people do not want to go to a new place and do something that offends the native folks. Nepal is no exception. As a matter of fact, we get more question on how to behave more than what to eat and drink and what not to. We thus decided that a quick cheat sheet would be beneficial to everyone who is planning for a trekking in Nepal or visit Nepal for leisure. Namasste!!! NAMASTE, WHERE ARE YOU FROM? The most w...

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Ghorepani, A Paradise On Earth

 Ramesh Tamang | Community Trek

 Published On:20 Aug,2016

View of Poon Hill

Ghorepani is the ultimate answer to those whose quest is to dwell on paradise; like the landscapes we see in movies, but rarely come across in real life. A mixed delight of trekking and sightseeing at high altitude, Ghorepani trekking is otherwise known as Annapurna Sunrise Trek or Poon Hill Trek. Located in the north-central region of Nepal, Ghorepani is easily accessible from Pokhara, which demands a 4-5 hours of uphill trek through Ulleri. Based on comfort, it is listed as one of the easiest trekking routes. An early morning climb next ...

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British Prince busy in rafting and jungle safari in Bardiya, Nepal

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 Published On:18 Aug,2016

Prince Harry in Nepal

Mar 21, 2016- British Prince Henry Charles Albert David 'Harry' this morning reached the Bardiya National Park where he went on a rafting expedition and observed the vast multitude of wild life.   The British Prince went on a mountain flight on a chopper before descending down to Bardiya. He boarded the raft for at least 40 minutes travelling from Gaindamochar Post to Baghaura Phant. Later he went on a jungle safari travelling on foot for at least half an hour. The tiger trapping cameras this time captured Prince Harry's gait ...

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