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...
Far Western Region
Many people describe the Far-Western Nepal as unexplored because of its relative distance and inaccessibility from Kathmandu. This is indeed a far and remote region of numerous myths and adventures to be explored. It offers the beauty of ancient culture, traditions, wilderness and flora & fauna. Most of the areas of this region are isolated from the outer world and only a few trekkers have ventured here so far. Compared to Nepal's more popular trekking regions, this region offers the feeling of real Nepal with its "rural traditions" and "undisturbed heritage". The history and anthropology of Far-Western Nepal is complex and fascinating. The region is predominantly Hindu but Tibetans makes up a small part of the population and yet have a significant influence on the area through trading.
Trekking into this region offers serious trekkers an opportunity to explore the country's long preserved secrets: snow-covered glaciers, hidden valleys, medieval villages, spectacular lakes, Buddhist Monasteries, flora and fauna and cultural diversities. Only fully supported camping treks provide access to this remote region and requires a special permit which costs higher than permits for other regions.
That’s right this journey is for both of these two purposes. It would not be inappropriate to call Lower Dolpo as the sanctuary of Nepal. It is a unique trek, which is suited to both beginners and those who have "been everywhere". A term ‘must visit’ can be associated with this trek as if you haven't been to Dolpo, you’re missing a great deal of adventure. This part is also known as “Ba Yul”, which
Dolpo trekking is the name given to treks to the Dolpo region in western Nepal. Bordering with Tibet, the Dolpo region lies in the Shey Phoksundo national park west of Kali gandaki valley, behind the Dhaulagiri massif. Dolpo is divided in Lower and Upper region. Our trekking involves both the lower and Upper Dolpo but the main attractions of Dolpo trekking lie in upper region. Upper Dolpo is one of the few special trekking regions
"Snow Leopard Trek of 34 Days" is a wildlife Tracking Package where our experts are going to be a helping hand in this journey. You can gain knowledge not only about the snow Leopards but also various other wildlife of these particular region. It will be exciting thing to know about the natural habitats of the animals and their way of living in the wild. Such treks has always been helpful to the students of