Nepal is now safe to visit

09 Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse From Kala Pattar

Dear Travelers, We are pleased to inform you that Nepal is now safe to visit. If you have already booked your holiday or you are planning to, we welcome you with our open heart.  Although some of the historic sites have been affected, there are lots of other beautiful places ...

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Earthquake Update :: Fortunately we are safe

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We are glad to restart our office today after the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal on Saturday. We feel fortunate that our tour and trekking groups are all safe after the deadly avalanche in Mount Everest triggered by the quake. As the quakes intensity is decreasing, tremor has been ...

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Short Trek to Panchase

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If you visited Nepal and you didn’t Trek, then you missed the major part of your travel. After all Nepal is one of the famous Trekking destinations in the world. As Trekking demands high level of physical fitness, it might not be possible for everyone to Trek the popular Trekking ...

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Five myths about Mount Everest

Aydin Irmak, who tried to summit Mt. Everest with a commuter bike, at base camp in 2012. (By Grayson Schaffer) Grayson Schaffer, senior editor at Outside magazine, wrote “The Disposable Man: A Western History of Sherpas on Everest” in the August issue. Since this month’s avalanche, he has been working ...

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Decades of human waste have made Mount Everest a ‘fecal time bomb’

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When Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the top of Mount Everest in 1953, it was arguably the loneliest place on Earth — an oxygen-deprived desert perched atop an icy, 29,000-foot ladder of death. Over the last 62 years, more than 4,000 climbers have replicated the pair’s feat, with ...

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