How tall is Mt. Everest? The official altitude of the world's highest peak is 29,029 feet (8,848m). However, the National Geographic Society has determined the height to be 6 feet taller, 29,035 feet, but the Nepali government has not yet been
Snow leopard is one of the endanger species found in Himalaya range of Nepal. These animals regarded as most beautiful creatures which are very shy, elusive, solitary that swevives in harsh fragmented mountain regions. Except Nepal these animals are found
Recently I went for Tamang Heritage Trek in Langtang Region for the first time. It was a stunning experience trekking with Japanese guests. We lived along with Tamang community and experience their way of living. We also got to know
Mr. Ram and Marron Staffs, Namaste and I would like to thank you very much for your kind support. It was really a wonderful visit to Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Darjeeling through your agency I travel to Nepal and many other countries and have found...
Kanchenjunga Region is a remote area which is rich in culture and bio-diversity .This trekking region is highly recommended to adventurous holiday makers.Trekking has only recently been permitted in the area so it is essential to be self sufficient in staff and supplies. The trek stages averages about 6 hours walking a day but the paths are often rough and parts of it are very steep so it can get very strenuous at times.
During April and May the rhododendrons should be at their best – over 30 species were seen in 1992 out of which 20 are native to Nepal. Trekking into the region of the world's third highest peak, Kanchenjunga, (8,586m) offers infinite variety of landscapes, Cultures and panoramic views of the Himalayas. Walking on the lowlands of Nepal passing terraced fields, colourful villages and green forests, the trek enters into a ridge line of rhododendron. As the trail gains altitude, gorgeous views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu & Kanchenjunga, four of the worlds five highest mountains make the trek rewarding. Approaching the Yalung glacier & crossing numerous passes, the views become more magnificent. The lush landscape of the Kanchenjunga area is an ideal environment for musk deer, blue sheep and around 240 species of birds. Only few westerners have traveled to this remote area which is considered to have some of the most beautiful walks in the world.
Mt. Kanchenjunga, the world's third highest mountain, lies on Nepal's eastern border with Sikkim. On trekking along the challenging trails amid the mesmerizing vistas of Kanchenjunga, we get to witness exotic wilderness. This wonderful trek begins and ends at the small airstrip at Sukhetar (Taplejung), which lies in the remote north east corner of Nepal. It takes you through fascinating villages and great forests to the awe-inspiring South Face Base Camp at Ramche, before crossing the
This trek approaches the South Face Base Camp of the world's third highest peak, Kanchenjunga (8598m) which lies in the eastern frontier of Nepal. Mt. Kanchenjunga, one of the world's most challenging peaks to climb, geographically lies on the Nepal-Sikkim (India) border. The trek begins right after landing at a STOL airstrip in Taplejung and goes through fascinating green, crop growing villages and pristine forests to the awe-inspiring South Face Base Camp at Ramche at (4360m),