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August 2017
Celebration of Father's Day in Nepal

Nepal is a country of charisma like no others having vibrant culture and colourful festivals. Therefore, every festival has a great value and special meaning in Nepal, having religious harmony between every religion.

In Nepalese culture, the children respect their fathers as God, teachers, caretakers, and protectors. And they have a great value to family members. Therefore, it is a special day to pay respect and homage to every father by his children. On this day, every child celebrates by giving gifts, offering different kinds of delicious foods to fathers, and people from far away visit their fathers to see his face and worship them. 

Nepal is a country of various ethnic groups; they have their own culture and tradition. Therefore, this day’s celebration varies depending on their communities and tribes.

This day is even popularly known as a Pitri Tirpani Ausi.  And it is held in the Nepali month of Bhadra every year on no moon day. On this day, in the memory of their deceased father, the family members perform rituals. And they believed that the passing soul will have a place in heaven. 

Gokarna is a famous place in Kathmandu valley where thousands of people visit to pay homage to the passing soul of their father. 

People believe that Gokarna is the holy place, which has religious values in Hindu Mythology and people prefer to go and do some rituals in the name of their father.

To learn more about the article on the celebration of Father’s Day in Nepal, please check in at HamroPatro.

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Nepal Tourism
Nepal Tourism
                                                                                         Nepal Tourism

Nepal Tourism – Nepal Hiking

Nepal Tourism: Whether heading off for a gap-year expedition before university or simply a chance to discover and explore a new and exciting environment, traveling abroad is a popular endeavor for many young adults and students. The chance to develop life skills, meet new people, and contribute to a community are all extremely valuable goals for young people, especially when in a different country – and Nepal is one of the most ideal destinations for this reason.

With its stunning mountains, picturesque forests and lush river valleys, there is endless variety of exciting terrain that the young outdoor adventurer can plunge into, from mountain biking, hiking, trekking, climbing and camping to hang-gliding, rafting, horseback riding and much, much more. Nepal is truly the nature lover’s playground, and sites like Chitwan National Park and Everest Base Camp are a huge draw for young backpackers getting their first taste of the big, wide world. And because other youngsters are traveling from various other corners of the planet, making friends is easier than ever, especially when trekking on a group tour.

Nepal Tourism and Cultural Paradise

As well as the breathtaking vistas which crown Nepal’s heights, the country’s own bustling centers like the capital, Kathmandu, and other cities like Pokhara beckon with their myriad cultural delights. Just as the rural, remote villages are warm and welcoming, so too do the city centers celebrate visitors who come to marvel at the lively marketplaces, beautiful palaces and treasured temples. Nepal’s vast history and its spiritual legacy – intimately tied to Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism and Bon – make it an irresistible draw as well.

Nepal may have its own distinct cultural background, but anyone who chooses to make the Roof of the World their home, even for a short time, will find a place to fit in. And for young students, the opportunities abound. Whether it is a camping expedition in the Kathmandu Valley, an internship at a local tour operator or helping to build schools and other infrastructure, the skills which youth can learn about a solid work ethic and group participation are invaluable, as well as the pride in making a difference. Nepal awaits, along with the next big stage of life.

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Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp Trek
Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp Trek
Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp Trek

Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp trek

The life of a Nepalese Sherpa has long been considered exotic and exciting: Sherpa Porters live their lives on the mountain, carrying the luggage of travelers hoping to glimpse the incredible views and altitudes that the Sherpa’s are able to enjoy almost every day. Sherpa’s live their lives high in the Himalayas and their lives are tied to the mountains.

The youngest person to ever reach Everest’s summit was a Sherpa boy named Temba Tsheri who was just 16 when he reached the peak in 2001. One of the most famous Sherpa’s though is Tenzing Norgay who, alongside Sir Edmund Hilary, became the first person to reach the mountain’s summit in 1953. It is famously said that Norgay did everything that Sir Edmund Hilary did, but whist carrying a tremendous weight at the same time.

The knowledge and strength of the Sherpa’s on Mount Everest is the stuff of legends. We use a wide range of Sherpa’s on our treks, with one Sherpa Porter being responsible for carrying the luggage of two of our customers.

Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp Trek
Be a Sherpa Porter in an Everest Base Camp Trek

Take The Sherpa Challenge

If you would like to experience the life of a Sherpa and become a real Sherpa Porter on an Everest Base Camp Trek then we now offer this experience to our most adventurous customers who are booked to enjoy an Everest Base Camp trek.

When you are ready with this unforgettable adventure experience, we will give you a basket of trekking supplies to carry on your trek in order to experience the Sherpa Porter life. The basket will weigh up to 25 kg, and in order to successfully complete the challenge you will need to carry the basket at least for 30 minutes.

Once you have enjoyed your experience as a Sherpa Porter, and successfully completed the challenge, we will give you a certificate from the company confirming that you completed your Sherpa Porter mission. We will also offer a T shirt as a gift from our company which reads: “I was a Sherpa Porter in Nepal” if you manage to carry the basket of supplies for the full 30 minutes. Will you be strong enough? Who knows, maybe this fun challenge during your time at Everest Base Camp could be the start of a brand new career path!