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5 Places to Visit Nepal in Summer

The warm and welcoming sun. The beautiful wind compliments it. And the hum of people that look fantastic as fashion roars loud. With these wonderful traits on display, why wouldn’t you love Summer?

Summer has always been the focal point for travellers. And so has Nepal!! Complimenting the two is bound to make a relationship whose memory would last a lifetime. 

The awesome weather of Nepal, its scenic mountains, its calm rural life, its cultural harmony, peace and safety that every other tourist experiences are among many things to admire about this great country. 


How do I begin to describe the summers here? It is simply breathtaking. If you take a note and fix the places you want to visit in Nepal, your summer will be rich in culture, experience and excitement.

Here’s a list of five places you should visit this summer in Nepal.


5 Places to visit Nepal in Summer
The dense city of Kathmandu

This city is home to the only international airport in Nepal, and you need to spend a few days getting acquainted with it. Many temples have been listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. In addition, there are cosy trekking areas on its outskirts. 

This city is a cultural crossroads of two generations, full of old and traditional buildings to go along with the newest buzz in architecture. A melting point where people of the most varied backgrounds live, there are always things to do, places to go to, food to taste, and people to talk to. 

Things to Do

  • It would help if you tried hiking around Kathmandu. With places like Nagarkot and Chisapani, you will chill out, observe mountains, view the awesome sunrise and sunset from a vantage point and taste great food.
  • Try eating in a few Newari restaurants. ‘Newari’ people are the oldest residents of this city, and their cuisine, rich in animal protein and Nepali spices and herbs, is something to not miss out on.
  • Be a pedestrian in Thamel. Thamel is a posh area of Kathmandu that offers a variety of cuisine in restaurants that offer live music. A place to not miss out for a night person.

What You Will Need

  • As the trek around Kathmandu is an easy trek, and you won’t have to carry a lot of belongings, you can carry a day backpack to store all your belongings.
  • A good camera to take wonderful pictures along the way.


Pokhara, the lake city
The Phewa lake in Pokhara

Well, does this place need any introduction? Filled with great trekking routes, beautiful sceneries and majestic water resources, if there is any city in Nepal that is picture-perfect, it is Pokhara.

The social tradition here is quite similar to Kathmandu. It is full of people from different parts of the country. But it is not as crowded as Kathmandu. The traffic here is mellow, and the air has a freshness of a shower. 

Things to Do

  • Have a boating experience while you are here. You can also try swimming here at home in some of the most beautiful lakes such as Begnas, Phewa, and Rupa. But only with the right gear and permit. Devi’s fall is not to be missed.
  • A visit to caves here is unmissable. Mahendra cave, Chamero (Bat) cave, and Gupteshwor Mahadev cave will be an exciting experience for you. 
  • You can opt to trek to Poon Hill. It is a trekking site that is easily accessible and can be completed within a week. 
  • The Annapurna Base Camp trek is another trek you can undertake from Pokhara. 

What You Will Need

  • It is a certainty that you will bring your camera while you are trekking in the Pokhara region. And you need to make sure that your camera will be well protected. While trekking, it is a certainty that you will spend your time on terrains that have slopes. And there is every chance of your camera dangling while ascending or descending the slopes while trekking. So it would be best if you carried a good camera backpack for backpacking.
  • It would be best if you had an eye on the weather of the regions you will visit. There are four seasons in Nepal, and the weather varies accordingly. So do a rough background check of the region you will visit.
  • According to the weather, you must also change how you pack things. If you are trekking at a lower altitude, you need not pack heavily as the weather is fairly warm and consistent. But trekking at a higher altitude demands you to pay special attention to the items you pack. 


Mustang of the place to visit in Nepal
The Mustang – Forbidden Land

A place on the outskirts of the Himalayas, Mustang is a unique place for trekkers and spiritual tourists. 

There are local tribes that have never been outside the district, and you get a sense of how purely agricultural lives look like there. Some people depend completely on animals such as Yak for almost everything from food to shelter.

Things to Do

  • Visiting the Kali Gandaki Valley, the place with the deepest gorge, is unmissable. 
  • Opportunities for rock climbing and biking are available. If you are a roadie, this will keep your adrenaline pumping. 
  • Taste the variety of Yak products and other animals available here. As the life here is almost untouched by the city life, the food here is pure and healthful. 

What You Will Need

  • Places along the Mustang valley trek are rural. As the places are not equipped with electricity, you might not have good chances of charging your devices. A backpack charger will be a good way to solve this problem.
  • A willingness to explore the culture of this place will be vital. As this place was a forbidden kingdom until 1991, you will have a chance to get a flavour of the Tibetan and the Gurung culture prevalent in this region.

Everest Region

Everest region, the place to visit in Nepal
The Everest Region

The Everest region needs no introduction. 

It is one of the most sought-out places in Nepal for trekking. There are a variety of trekking routes available in this region. You might wonder if you will be able to complete the EBC trek. But with appropriate training, you can certainly complete it. 

Sagarmatha National Park is a great assembly of flora and fauna of the alpine region. It is the first National Park in Nepal to have been included in the Natural World Heritage Sites list. 

The National Park is the resting place of the awesome Gokyo valley and the lakes accompanying it. It also includes Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu and Mt. Lhotse, to name a few. 

Things to Do

  • It would be best if you visited the Tengboche Monastery in the Everest region. Talking to people here will give you some idea about the culture of this region.
  • Trekking to Kala Pathar will give you the best view of Everest mountain. It is a common misconception among people that the Everest Base Camp is the best place to view Mt. Everest. 
  • Namche Bazaar, referred to as the capital of Sherpas, is a hub of domestic and international tourists. You should spend a day in this region to acclimatise. 

What You Will Need

  • Adjusting to the altitude of Everest Base Camp Trek is something that some trekkers struggle with. So you should train well before you start the trek. You should also monitor the water and food intake while trekking, as a low amount of food and water intake increase the chances of altitude sickness.
  • Longer treks in the Everest region last up to 25 days. So you should train appropriately. While training, you should emphasize running a lot as you will require a lot of lower body strength to trek in this region. For interested trekkers who are struggling with heel problems such as plantar fasciitis and other spasms, excellent running shoes are advised for preparation. 
  • Your clothing will also be something to keep your eye on. Down jackets, waterproof trousers, hiking shoes, woollen gloves, scarves, trekking poles and sunscreens should be on your priority list.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga, place to visit in Nepal
Kanchenjunga Region – Off the Beaten Track

It is a wonder to me why more tourists don’t flood the Eastern part of Nepal for some fun? The hills there are exotic, the people hospitable as anywhere you can find, and that too at the Mount Kanchenjunga Base Camp!

Besides Kanchenjunga Base Camp, the Eastern part of Nepal has wonderful religious sites, and people here exist in harmony. The people here are street smart, funny and charming. 

Things to Do

  • Take moments to grasp the beauty of the beautiful tea gardens. Kanyam and Fikkal are the best places to see acres of spaces of tea gardens. 
  • Pathibhara and Mai Beni are stopping points for people who want to get into the heart of Hindu spirituality.
  • You can tread to remote villages with relative ease on local buses. The scenes there are mesmerizing.

What You Will Need

  • If you want to get to the Kanchenjunga region, you need to pack just as well as you would have if travelling in the Everest region. Clothing must be multi-layered, and a good down jacket as the outermost layer is a must. Water-resistant hiking boots, trousers, sunscreens, woollen gloves, trekking poles, spacious backpack and chargers will be necessary.
  • A camera to capture all the stunning views of the Kanchenjunga region is a must. 
  • Kanchenjunga is the longest trek in Nepal. So it would be best to prepare well before you embark on your trek. 


Nepal, in all its glory, offers a range of summer tourist facilities. They might be in gorgeous valleys like Pokhara and Kathmandu or the laps of mountains such as Kanchenjunga. So whether you want to trek, bike or enjoy a ride in luxury vehicles and hotels, you have it all. If you are not ready for any of these, you can also try flying over the mountains in a Heli or a mountain flight. So make the most of your summer and make the most of Nepal!!

If you feel that you want to visit any of these 5 places or any other places in Nepal, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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About Nepal

About Nepal

About Nepal – Nepal Hiking and Trekking Tour

Nepal is an epicenter of never ending festival and frolic that transcends from temporal to eternal world. For many, Nepal symbolizes as an ultimate adventure destination that is rarely found anywhere else in the world. And, for others, Nepal appears to be a Shangri-La – the Lost Horizon that has been far from reality clustered with deities and demons waiting for offerings. However, Nepal, in fact, is a country with diverse arrays of tourism products – a rare combination of mystic, mystery, mountain and merriment.

Guerrilla Trekking Trail has been launched recently, giving trekkers, the chance to retrace the guerillas’ footsteps. This trekking trail was used by Maoists during “People’s War’. The Guerrilla Trek, a two – week to four – week hike depending on the itinerary which stretches across central and western Nepal, is designed to draw in more foreigners as the Himalayan nation seeks to rebuild an economy through tourism.

The Government of Nepal has launched 1700 kilometer long Great Himalayan Trail. The trail begins near Kanchenjunga on the eastern border and heads west navigating the domains of eight of the world’s 8000 meters peaks, from the beautiful but lesser known Makalu to the famous Everest. It ends in Humla on the Tibetan border.

Nepal is now on the threshold of making a new constitution with a consensus from all political parties imbibing the spirit of democracy. All political parties have reiterated their commitment time and again for peace in the country assuring the tourism community for creating conducive atmosphere for doing business. Tourism is in the top priority of government of Nepal.

Nepal is all about the true feeling of hospitality; smiling people; festivals throughout the year; extreme adventure and air sports; meditation and may more.

Naturally Nepal

Naturally Nepal

About Nepal

Nepal; wedged between China in the north and India in the south, east and west, is a country of 28 million people. Though small in geographical size, Nepal has an astonishing diversity of sightseeing attractions in nature and culture. From the tallest mountain peak in the world to the thickest jungle in South Asia, Nepal has never ceased to amaze all those who have seen or heard about it.

Nepal is secular country with predominate confluence of two great religions, Hinduism and Buddhism. It is the land of Lord Buddha, symbol of world peace, who was born about 2550 years ago at Lumbini. With more than 103 ethnic groups and 93 spoken languages; Nepal is characterized as naturally pure and tranquil and culturally unique and diverse.

The Kathmandu valley represents a mosaic of Nepal’s rich cultural past and abounds in breathtaking architectural subtlety with 7 cultural World Heritage Sites within a radius of 20 kilometers. As Kathmandu valley is representational model of Pagoda, Stupa, cultural or architectural excellence, Pokhara a scenic town is a getaway into the lap of nature with close mountain views, lakeside experience and tranquil nature. Chitwan another tourism hot-spot is tally a jungle experience in the forest teeming with tropical wildlife.

About Nepal

While trekking, mountaineering and game watching have long been popular, an entire range of other possibilities have been explored in the recent years – trekking, mountaineering, sightseeing, cultural tour, jungle safari, pilgrimage tour, rafting, biking, fishing, rock climbing, paragliding, ultra-light aircraft, hot air ballooning, mountain flight, boating, poly treks, jet scooter, boating bungy jumbling, casinos and nightlife. The list is endless.

The Nepal Himalaya is crowned by 8 of the World’s 14 highest mountains including the jewel in the crown, Mt. Everest, standing tall at 88848 meter, the highest point on earth. That’s not all. More than 1300 of peaks are scattered across the length and breadth of the country.

Things to do in Pokhara

Activities and things to do in Pokhara

Pokhara is approximately 200 km west of Kathmandu, and is the second largest city in Nepal. With some of the most spectacular and breath taking natural beauty in the country, Pokhara is a city well worth visiting. Here are just some of the wonderful things to do in Pokhara:

Spend some time at Fewa Tal (Fewa Lake)

Measuring 1.5km by 4km, Fewa Tal is the second largest lake in Nepal and serves as a playground for locals and visitors alike. You could hire one of the brightly coloured sailboats or rowing boats and set sail across the water or swim across if you’re feeling brave: the water is reasonably shallow ensuring it feels comfortably warm. Whilst at the lake a visit to Barahi Temple is an absolute must: this two storeyed pagoda is Pokhara’s most important temple, and it sits almost exactly in the middle of the lake.

Explore Devi’s Fall

2 km south-west of Pokhara airport you’ll find Devi’s fall (also known locally as Patale Chhango or Hell’s fall). The water plunges then forms a pool before descending into an underground tunnel that runs 100 meters underground. This awe inspiring water fall is said to be lucky, with visitors throwing coins into the statues that sit at its base. This is an incredibly popular attraction for tourists to the region, and does tend to get busy during peak periods. To get the best from your adventure travels in Pokhara, particularly if you don’t have much time in the city, it is well worth taking part in a Pokhara tour with an official guide. A good guide will be able to navigate you around this natural wonders safely and share stories and legends about the region at the same time.

Things to do in Pokhara
Things to do in Pokhara

Climb to the World Peace Pagoda

At the top of the hill to the south of Fewa lake sits the World Peace Pagoda. Access to the pagoda involves crossing the lake and then taking quite a steep climb up the hill. The pagoda itself is an impressive sight and well worth the visit, but what really makes this pagoda worth exploration is the incredible views across both the Annapurna mountain range and the city that you can enjoy from its vantage point.

Visit the Old Bazar

At odds with the natural wonders of Pokhara is the city’s Old Bazaar: a bustling street market that you have to see to believe! The traders here are ethnically diverse and each sell a wide array of different and exotic wears. The sights and sounds of Pokhara’s Old Bazaar are worth exploration even if you don’t intend to shop, but shopping here is heartily recommended! Whilst many of Nepal’s bazaars have been marred by modern consumerism, the old world charm of the bazaar here is still alive and well. You’ll find Pokhara’s Old Bazaar located about 4 km from Lakeside, and it is such a popular focal point in the city that it is incredibly easy to find and explore.

Tips for travelling to Nepal

Greeting Tips for traveling to Nepal

Tips for travelling to Nepal

Nepal is a country most well known for its beautiful landscapes, impressive mountains and snowy terrains. If you’re an adventure seeker or adrenaline, you can do plenty of activities to satisfy your craving. It’s the country where you’ll find ten of the highest peaks on the planet. It also has lush greenery, which nature lovers will surely enjoy. There is a wide variety of things to do in Nepal for tourists. Nepali is the country’s main language, but English is also widely spoken. The friendly locals eagerly share their culture and traditions with visitors worldwide. It’s an exotic land that entices, inspires and excites anyone who steps on its magnificent land. Here is a list of the best tips to keep in mind before visiting Nepal’s wonderful country.

Mount Everest

Most people visit Nepal to experience hiking to Everest Base Camp. However, if you’re not interested in hiking, you can still see its beauty by taking a scenic flight around it.

Taking a flight to Mount Everest

Most local airlines offer flights between 7 AM to 9 AM, and they all depart from Kathmandu. It is a must-try activity during your visit since it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. You’ll be able to drift above the clouds and enjoy Mount Everest without feeling exhausted from climbing it. The local airlines have ensured that the windows on the plane are non-tinted so that tourists can fully capture its beauty.

• Not everyone is aware that you have the option not to hike to Everest Base Camp if you don’t want to. That’s why this is one of the top tips of Nepal that you should learn before planning your trip.

Nepali Food

The local Nepali food is also known as Dal Bhat, which is made of lentils, rice and soup. The side dishes consist of fresh vegetables like cauliflower and potato. It’s a vegetarian meal, but you can also request to add chicken or mutton to your order.

Local and International Flavors

During your visit, you will be amazed by the variety of meals you can choose from on the menu. You’ll be able to have a taste of local cuisine as well as international flavours. Nepal’s people enjoy spicy food; however, if you’re not a fan of spicy food, you can request a milder version of the dishes they offer.

• Their traditional cuisine is numerous around the city, so you’ll be able to experience it at just about any local restaurant.

• Nepali food has been strongly influenced by Indian cuisine, which makes it delicious.


Nepal should be part of your bucket list if you’re an adventure seeker or adrenaline. Its impeccable terrain makes it a top destination for adventure tourism.

Bring A Friend

One of the best tips you should learn before your visit is to have a friend to go on your adventures with you. Hiking and trekking on your own are highly discouraged. It’s recommended to have someone with you so that you can prevent dangerous accidents from happening. If you’re new to hiking or trekking, hiring a professional guide through a registered trek agency is best. The mountainous areas of Nepal are known to be complicated to tread. This is why injuries are bound to happen if you’re not well prepared. You can also easily get lost without someone there to guide you.

• If you plan a trek to Everest Base Camp, you must prepare for the possibility of high altitude sickness.

• Make sure to dress appropriately and only bring things that you’re sure you can carry during the entirety of your hike.

Social Etiquette

Travelling Nepal requires a good understanding of the country’s social etiquette. It is an important step for your travel since you have to make sure that you’re giving respect to their culture.

-Local Greeting

First, you have to learn how the locals greet each other. The traditional way involves placing your palms together in a prayer position and then saying “Namaste”.

-Showing Respect to Elders

Second, if you’re speaking with someone older, you can use the words “Dai” for men or “Didi” for women.

-Public Etiquette

Third, it’s important to ensure that you’re not stepping on another person’s outstretched legs since it’s considered very impolite in Nepali culture. You should also avoid touching another person with your feet. As long as you obey the local culture of Nepal, you wouldn’t encounter any issues during your visit. Public display of affection is also considered rude in the country.

• If you are-

invited to a home of a Nepali person, make sure to remove your shoes before entering as a sign of respect.

going swimming, it’s best to wear a one-piece swimsuit instead of a bikini.

• Make sure to wear appropriate clothing while visiting all the tourist spots. It is because wearing revealing clothing is frowned upon in Nepali culture.

Top 10 places to visit in Kathmandu
top 10 places to visit in Kathmandu
top 10 places to visit in Kathmandu

Top 10 places to visit in Kathmandu, Nepal

There is so much to do in Kathmandu: it is a wonderful mix of developing modern city and incredible ancient wonders. Tourism in Kathmandu can seem a little daunting for newcomers who have never visited before: the crowds, traffic and temperatures can be overwhelming. However, armed with the right information and a reputable tour guide, you’ll soon see the beauty and the wonder of this truly beautiful city.

Here are the top 10 places to visit in Kathmandu:

1. Spend Time in Durbar Square

Durbar Square is one of the most frequently visited plaza’s in the heart of Kathmandu, and well worth a visit. Here you’ll find medieval religious and royal buildings alongside vendors selling souvenirs and candy floss on giant sticks to tourists. Whilst the tourism slightly mars the beauty of the ancient buildings, there is nowhere better to visit in Kathmandu.

2. Explore Kathmandu’s old city

Kathmandu is home to a huge number of beautiful ancient temples, and you’ll find many of these in Kathmandu’s old city. This is the perfect route for a walking tour, taking you through Ason Chowk, Indra Chowk and Janal Bahal squares. To enjoy a unique perspective that very few tourists see, try to locate Itum Bahal’s heritage street during your journey.

3. Spend time in Swayambhunath

Swayambhunath (Also known as the monkey temple) is one of the most impressive and easy to access temples in Kathmandu. To enter the temple you’ll have to climb 365 stone steps, but the temple and the views are well worth the climb. Visitors also love meeting the hundreds of Rhesus Macaques monkeys that live in the temple.

4. Visit Three Buddha Park

You’ll see hundreds of Buddha statues during your time in Nepal, but some of the finest examples in Kathmandu are in Three Buddha Park, which sit in Swayambhu just west of the stupa, at the bottom of the hill. Here you’ll find three dazzling gold Buddha statues which are often overlooked but with each standing at 20m tall and sitting in the heart of a tranquil reflective garden, there is nowhere better to sit and enjoy your time in Kathmandu.

5. Look Out From the Bhimsen Tower

The Bhimsen Tower was damaged in the 2015 earthquake with shook Nepal, and is currently the focus of reconstruction in Kathmandu. In its glory the Bhimsen tower was a former watchtower where you could climb the staircase of 213 steps, leading to a panoramic view of Kathmandu city. Despite its destruction, the site of the tower is still worth a visit.

6. Explore the Narayanhiti Palace Museum

The Narayanhiti Palace is a former Royal palace which was turned into a museum in 2009. If you’re interested to learn more about the rich history of Nepal then this is the perfect place to visit: the entrance fee also includes access to the Palace’s well-kept gardens.

7. Enjoy the Café Culture

Thamel is largely known for plethora of backpackers and bustling shops, but it is also a wonderful place to relax, rest your feet after a busy day, and enjoy the café culture. You’ll find a dozen different cafes here, making it the perfect place to enjoy a Nepali snack and a rich coffee or two.

8.Visit the Kathesimbhu Stupa

The Kathesimbhu Stupa is a much smaller replica of the city’s famous monkey temple, and it is fascinating to visit both attractions and view this one in miniature. You’ll find the Kathesimbhu Stupa in a small courtyard on the way to Kathmandu Durbar Square, making it an easy to view and access attraction.

9. Be Overwhelmed at the Pashupatinath

The Pashupatinath complex contains one of the oldest temples in Kathmandu, and as a functioning temple you’ll find a host of burning ghats here. The sight of open cremations can be massively overwhelming, but if you’re interested in understanding the full spectrum of Hinduism then this is an opportunity you will be unable to have anywhere else.

10. Take a Walk Down Freak Street

Kathmandu’s Freak Street rose to infamy during the 1960s and 1970s as home to hippies, backpackers, and other travellers in Nepal. Whilst the street no longer lives up to its wild reputation, its history means it is still a great place to have a walk and enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes.

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Equipment Checklist for hiking and trekking in Nepal

Nepal Hiking and trekking equipment checklist

Equipment Checklist for hiking and trekking in Nepal

Are you planning on a hiking and trekking tour in Nepal? Or have you already booked a hiking or trekking tour with us? Nepal Hiking has prepared a trekking packing Checklist for multi-day trekking in the Himalayas.

Trekking Clothing and Equipment

  • 1 Sun hat
  • 1 Woolen hat to cover ears
  • 1 Scarf to cover nose and face
  • 2-3 T-shirts for trekking
  • 1 T-shirt for sleeping
  • 1 Long – sleeved light shirt
  • 2 Thermal underwear
  • 1 fleece (pullover or zip)
  • 3-4 pairs of underwear
  • 3-4 pairs of trekking socks
  • 1 pair of gloves
  • 1 Waterproof / windproof jacket (monsoon/winter)
  • 1 Waterproof / windproof pants (monsoon/winter)
  • 1 quick drying Towel
  • Sleeping bag* (4 seasons for trekking above 3500 meters elevation)
  • 1 pair of trekking/hiking shoes/boots
  • 1 pair of slippers
  • Trekking poles*
  • Water bottle
  • 1 headlamp
  • 1 duffel bag (50-60 litres)
  • 1-day bag pack (25-30 litres)

Toiletries/personal hygiene:

  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Toilet paper
  • Sun cream
  • Skin Moisturizer for cold
  • Anti-bacterial gel
  • Lip Guard
  • Earplugs
  • Nail cutter
  • Toothpaste / brush
  • Medicines/First aid kit
  • Water purification tablets
  • Bandaids
  • Duck tape for blisters
  • Diamox tablet against high altitude sickness

Please see your doctor for advice and obtain a complete list of medicines.

Optional items for hiking and trekking:

  • Camera with enough extra batteries
  • Travel writing book and pen
  • Reading books

* Consider buying or hiring in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

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.

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Nepal Tourism
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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!

Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo and Chola Pass
Hiking to Everest Base Camp
Hiking to Everest Base Camp

Hiking to Everest Base Camp

Hiking to Everest Base Camp is among the most famous holiday maker destinations inside Nepal, and that is well known because of its excellent huge batch highs and also the splendor on the hillsides. The majority of the spots for this area go through side rails along with tracks, but you would have a good amount of space for you to relaxation and also have supper on the way. Along with one of the best things about this area is usually that you simply don´t ought to concern yourself with being shed, as possible request anyone to the future small town. The people here are extremely warm and friendly and give aid along with assist perhaps for you to guests. The people that reside here are largely shepherds along with recognize British; a few perhaps speak the item fluently.

hiking to everest base camp
Hiking to Everest Base Camp

You can come to this location throughout the season because people trek in most periods; on the other hand the best time to come for this spot is usually in between Walk for you to middle of the may along with in between Septembers for you to middle of the Nov. Some people do not favor forthcoming here in winters because climate is quite cold and also the excellent skiing conditions all around may make your going practical knowledge difficult. Such ailments, it would not necessarily always be doable to visit greater altitudes. On greater altitudes, the particular lodges could even always be finished as a result of climate along with it´s likely you have a difficult amount of time in obtaining a destination for a relaxation along with invest the night. Therefore it gets some sort of mandate to hold your tents coupled. Not forgetting, the particular times could get cold therefore you will have to have a few more clothes to keep an individual warm.

Through the summers, the summer season is usually damp and also the highs are usually shed from the confuses. For that reason 04 and May even could possibly confirm a good time to visit for this area. You can take advantage of the pine along with shrubs flourishing in this particular season, together with Rhododendrons in particular. This specific contributes a magnificent shade along with splendor to the encircling. Though the landscapes are usually far better should you strategy some sort of write-up monsoon trek compared to a pre monsoon trek as the rain along with blowing wind clear the particular airborne dirt and dust that emits through the land. Even so whilst going for this spot; it can be obligatory to check out the particular Trekkers´ Information Supervision System (TIMS), especially if you will definitely Khumbu region.

Hiking to Everest Base Camp
Hiking to Everest Base Camp

The majority of the lodges along with eating places from the Khumbu region only agree to the particular Nepalese foreign currency. As the area is usually fairly more affordable as compared to the Indian subcontinent with regards to foreign currency value, you can anticipate some sort of funds associated with Rs 1000-1500 for each man or women daily pertaining to hotel along with dishes. The cost would likely increase pertaining to these kinds of amenities since you head to greater altitudes. Different things possess different expenses according to the supply along with merchandise.

This prep just before going for this spot need to be sufficient. Beside many of the couple of essential things like trekking boot styles, warm clothes, UV sun-block etc., there are tons associated with issues that you should have on the way ahead. Plenty of stuff which you may not have deemed having coupled are usually mentioned below; these things may be unwanted in the beginning but would likely increase your going practical knowledge as soon as you start your getaway. To start with, you will need to have water-disinfecting drug treatments which can be found in Kathmandu. This may help out with the treatment of your own h2o containers that you can complete by community lakes and rivers. It´d likewise save your cash on acquiring completely new hydrogen oxide containers every time. You must have delicate along with mild shoes or boots, often known as Kung-Fu shoes or boots. After getting trekked for a long period, you should use a good joy inside sliding as part of your transportable shoes or boots along with on offer the site. You can put them on, in and around the particular villages. Carrying some sort of transportable knapsack is also a good idea since you can fit into your digital camera along with other stuff in it, being a couple of clothes as well as Elizabeth asleep carrier; should you want to invest the night on view.

Hiking to Everest Base Camp
Hiking to Everest Base Camp

Light-weight asleep totes certainly are a have to although nearly all lodges supply you with blankets. It is rather popular undeniable fact that these kinds of blankets use a bad smell along with could possibly not necessarily always be at ease ample. It is usually encouraged that you simply have some sort of high-excellent asleep carrier which could supply a at ease heat range perhaps in -10 CA. You must acquire with you, music group assists along with other inserting plasters because perhaps by far the most modest along with unattended blister or twisted risk turning an awesome head into because agonizing because nightmare. Don´t keep any blister or twisted untreated because you can find large odds of infectivity. Duct tapes can also be a fantastic substitute for band- assists. Also to take advantage of the good see from the huge batch and also the terrains, binoculars certainly are a have to it’d provide help to area by far the most radiant along with exquisite landscapes associated with character as natural world.

You can seek the services of some sort of porter likewise to the vacation who´d help you in transporting your book bag along with other stuff. If you´re strong, next you can´t usually need 1, but if you seek the services of some sort of porter, the item guides cash into the disadvantaged along with very poor families of the particular villages. The majority of the porters are usually straightforward in this area but you should however be aware along with make use of your electric power associated with wisdom to choose the very best along with devoted amid numerous. An unconcerned along with clumsy option might just wreck all of your vacation.

If you´re considering hiring tips, it can be encouraged not necessarily to do so if you are going nearly Tengboche or Pangboche. Above that period, it´s likely you have to contemplate hiring.

This manuals would likely help you in describing a nearby scenery along with guiding an individual over the journey inside times. They might end up being associated with good aid should you drop sick or suffer any disease or soreness. This manuals usually speak British along with other local different languages and still have the state permit to control.

On the other hand, it is best to understand that transporting your totes is not an integral part of his or her work. Yet including porters, that they manage their own hotel along with dishes if you don´t ask these to become a member of your party. It´d surely be described as a joy thought to become accustomed to his or her lifestyle along with culture.

Why late? Now you come to know about Everest camp trek so hurry up, before other takes your hand and have a wonderful experience to Everest Base camp Trek.

Hiking to Everest Base Camp

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