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  • Day 5 | Peaceful grasslands all around. Wonder why the trees dont grow here?

    Khaptad Trek

    Posted on Nov 6, 2013 by Maze215 under Trekking

    Does anyone remember the default wallpaper of Window XP with that eye pleasingly green grassland? If you want to see equivalent scene in Nepal, Khaptad National Park would be the place. Khaptad is an elevated plateau that consists of such grassland or meadows [called Patan in Nepali] between the ...

  • Colorful lights at home during Tihar

    Tihar Festival Nepal

    Posted on Oct 25, 2013 by NepalTravel under Culture and Festival

    Tihar also known as deepawali is one of the important festival in Nepal.  Tihar is celebrated for five long days so it is also called as Yama Panchak.  Tihar is the festival of lights and family bonding especially between brothers and sisters. First Day: Kaag Tihar The first day of tihar ...

  • Ping during Dashain

    Dashain festival Nepal

    Posted on Oct 5, 2013 by NepalTravel under Culture and Festival

    Dashain is the national festival of Nepal. Dashain symbolizes the victory of gods over demons and victory of good over the evil. According to Hindu philosophy, a demon called ‘Maishasura’ was killed by goddess Durga and saved everyone from his evils. Thus, dashain is celebrated for this ...

  • khusi khusi swimming pool with beautiful view

    Short trip to Khusi Khusi Hotel from Kathmandu

    Posted on Sep 28, 2013 by globeTrotter under Tour

    With some of the creative designers and programmers a plan was made for an outing from office. Leaving office at 5:15 PM we gathered at the Sipradi Trading (nearly 8-10 km away from kalanki on the way to Thankot) from where we moved towards left. In 10 minutes of narrow road journey, we reached the ...

  • The Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery

    Namo Buddha trip

    Posted on Sep 18, 2013 by NepalTravel under Tour

    Where is Namo Buddha?Namo Buddha, a beautiful place is located at Kavre district and about 40 km southeast from Kathmandu valley. How to reach Namo Buddha?If you are going in a group we can hire a micro bus. It will cost around five thousand for two way trip. Or you can also opt for public ...

  • Rishi Panchami Nepal

    Rishi Panchami Festival

    Posted on Sep 9, 2013 by NepalTravel under Culture and Festival

    Rishi Panchami also known as bhadraprada sukla panchami has special significance in Hinduism. It is a fasting day observed by hindu women after two days of haritalika teej.  Rishi panchami is observed by hindu women to pay respect to sapta rishi (seven saints) and to get purified from sins ...

  • Teej at Pashupatinath

    Teej festival Nepal

    Posted on Sep 6, 2013 by NepalTravel under Culture and Festival

    Nepal is culturally rich country. Festivals, jatras and many other rituals are part of Nepalese culture. Teej, also called as haritalika teej, celebrated by hindu women across the world is one of the important festival of hindu community.  Women celebrate teej for long life and wellness of ...

  • Bhairav Kunda

    Gosaikunda Trek

    Posted on Aug 26, 2013 by Anujghimire under Trekking

    Gosaikunda Trek is all about trekking to Gosaikunda Lake, a lake situated at about 4380 meters above sea level falls under Dhunche-Gosaikunda-Helambu trekking route, one of the most popular trekking routes. The trekking can also be extended via Syafrubesi –Lama Hotel-Langtang- (Back to Lama ...

  • Civil Trade Center Sundhara Kathmandu

    Shopping at Civil Trade Center Sundhara Kathmandu Nepal

    Posted on Aug 25, 2013 by NepalTravel under Shopping

    Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is one of the beautiful city in Asia with its rich culture, multi-lingual people and caste and of course its natural beauty, landscape and climate. Kathmandu is such a city where you can find anything without a hassle. Goods from all over the world, top class ...

  • Annapurna Circuit Nepal

    Ghandruk, Poonhill, TatoPani, Marpha, Jomsom, Muktinath trek

    Posted on Aug 3, 2013 by rkunwar under Tour

    I’d had actually thought of doing this trek since quite a long time. And it got cancelled a couple of times before because of one reason or the other.  This time too, there were times when I doubted if I would actually do this trek. There were times when I’d thought of scrapping ...

  • The mountains behind the prayer flags

    Trekking plans around Ghorepani Loop

    Posted on Aug 3, 2013 by trekker under Trekking

    TREKKING AROUND GHOREPANI LOOP   Best Time:    February-June; September-December   Details: One of the most exciting treks is around the Ghorepani and Ghandruk region of Nepal. Enjoying the trail around intoxicating Ghandruk’s landscapes and natural lush green ...

  • Main gate of White Gumba

    Where is White Gumba (Seto Gumba)?

    Posted on Jul 21, 2013 by sabindangol under Hiking

    White GumbaHi friends, Today I am going to write about WHITE GUMBA(Seto Gumba) which is also known as Druk Amitabh Monastery. I am sure that most of the people from Kathmandu also dont have an idea about the location of WHITE GUMBA (Seto Gumba). To reach there you need to reach SITA PAILA ...

  • Dhuku Futsal Hub

    List of Futsal grounds in Kathmandu Nepal

    Posted on Jul 17, 2013 by sabindangol under Miscellaneous

    Last Friday,My friend got a futsal match request from his brother's friends. Since that was a Friday and its really tough to book a ground on Friday. We have searched and called in each futsal ground. Unfortunately all were booked. I am writing the list of ground that are in Kathmandu and ...

  • Everest skydive

    Skydive in Pokhara Nepal

    Posted on Jul 4, 2013 by sabindangol under Paragliding

    Hi Guys,As i heared about that Skydive is going to happen in Pokhara, Nepal. I just cant stop my self to know about the details. First of all i couldn't believe that this is going to happen. Luckily this is true and this is going to be organized by the Everest Skydive team.So here are some ...

  • Bhote Jatra Nepal

    Machindranath Bhoto Display Friday

    Posted on Jun 7, 2013 by TravelNews under Culture and Festival

    Lalitpur, June 6: The Chariot procession of Rato Machchindranath, revered as the God of rain, is coming to an end on Friday with the display of the Bhoto or jewel studded vest. The bhoto jatra or vest festival is being held as per traditions to display the vest four days after the chariot of ...

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