Nepal is renowned as “the Land of the Himalayas.” Moreover, it’s relatively small; the country has a wide range of diversities in geography, culture, and wildlife. Among the fourteen tallest mountains globally, Nepal has 8 of them, including Mount Everest- the tallest mountain on the planet. The Everest Base Camp is one of the most

Nepal is home to many of the world’s most beautiful and massive mountains. Every trekker dreams of visiting Nepal beside the stunning landscape of the snow-capped Himalayas. Trekking in Nepal can provide you with all the sights and experiences you desire. The snowy white and beautiful mountains surround the trekking paths. The locals are friendly

Upper Mustang is an isolated arid region of the trans-Himalayan mountains and bordering Tibet. The region has a particular Tibetan feel, relating to people and culture, as well as geography. The Upper Mustang region is familiar to its high rocky colorful cliffs, and caves. Even more, it is most prominent for rock paintings, monasteries, and,

The government of Nepal has finally responded to tourism industry petitions by lifting the quarantine rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists on 23rd Sept 2021. But the Covid -19 third variant called Omicron was massively spreading throughout the country. It forced to impose of quarantine rules for foreign nationals. We are going to share the

Mustang region is divided into two major parts called Upper and Lower Mustang. The upper is situated in the trans-Himalayas range whereas the less rain in summer and expanded up to Tibet. There is an available variety of Upper Mustang Trek itinerary, ranging in length from 8 to 19 days and beginning and ending in

Shuklaphanta National Park is Nepal’s youngest and rarely visited, consequently pristine wildlife gem. This wild beauty of the far western region of Nepal is integrated into an undisturbed, least human interfered untamed land. The Park is now home to the largest herd with more than 2000 swamp deers, an estimated 17 feral tigers, and superb

Humla is a mountainous district in Karnali province in the North-west corner of Nepal bordering Tibet. It’s the country’s 2nd largest district with an area of 5655 sq. kilometers and with an altitude ranging from 1500 to 7300 meters. In 1993, Nepal Government and China agreed that allowed first treks across the border between the

Nepal is one of those countries that though devoid of enormous beaches is blanketed with the cover of mountains. And visiting Nepal could be on your top list post the devastating earthquake. It captivated the minds of millions of people across the globe. Nepal has regained its essence to warmly welcome tourists. Even though the

If you’re intending on a trek to Everest Base Camp this fall—or anywhere else in Nepal’s Everest region. The local officials have imposed some new regulations that you should know. However, tourist officials are muddying the waters with their message on vaccine needs, which may or may not be necessary depending on previous proclamations in

Are you considering doing the Annapurna Circuit trek? Well, you should not only think about it but also get out and explore. This breathtaking journey is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This enthralling region has incredible splendor to witness. You’ll be spellbound while trekking through picturesque villages, going through high-altitude mountains, and viewing some of the world’s