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Day Tour Around Kathmandu Valley (Travel Experience)

  • March 20, 2017
    The first time I visited Nepal was in July 1999. I had gone to Thailand to manage a bar on an island in Koh Samet, on Thailand's east coast. My sister and her husband at that time worked for DFID (Department For International Development - a UK Government AID organization), and they had been posted to Nepal for two years with their young family. My Thailand bar venture went 'tits-up' before it .. Read More
  • Why traveling is important?

  • June 28, 2016
    "Travel as a source of Happiness" The researches conducted in psychology in order to find out what human happiness lies on concluded the main factors: Exercise, Sleep, Spending time with friends and family, going outside into nature and meditation. To sum up, activating our sense and body activities rather than our mind keeps us happy. People are more concerned with happiness as they say, that’.. Read More
  • Cost of Visiting Nepal

  • May 18, 2016
    Nepal is one of the cheapest countries to travel in the world, but it also provides the best value for your money spent as it has many things to offer except the low cost of traveling. When we say Nepal is a cheap country to travel, here arises a question, Is Nepal really a cheap country? The answer is NO. Nepal is not cheap for people who earn and spend in the country. It is actually cheaper for .. Read More
  • Nepal gets featured worldwide for travel in 2016

  • April 2, 2016
    Nepal, the country of the high standing Himalayas, pristine hills and rivers entangling in the lap of nature, in no doubt, makes itself in the bucket-list of many people out there. Famous as a trekking destination into the Himalayas, its popularity suddenly marked a pause because of the recent earthquake that shattered the country as well the hope of people which was already limping through the po.. Read More
  • Top Reasons to Visit Nepal

  • March 27, 2016
    Trekking Nepal is a famously known adventure trekking destination among trekkers because of its high altitude peaks and bizarre terrain. Known as the country of the Himalayas, along with the Mount Everest, it comprises total eight peaks among the top ten highest peaks in the world. The view from high hills, mountain ranges, cold weather, places with less human invasion, peace and isolati.. Read More
  • Prince Harry Visit to Nepal: A milestone to support Tourism in Nepal after the earthquake

  • March 20, 2016
    Britain’s Prince Harry started his visit to Nepal on 19th of March with a tribute to the earthquake victims, survivors focusing on the “resolve and resilience of Nepalese people”who are still trying to recover from the after effects of the April 25 earthquake. At the start of his five-day visit, on Saturday he spoke at a government reception in Kathmandu stating that Nepal holds a special pl.. Read More
  • Visit Nepal, Its safe !

  • December 25, 2015
    On the day of 25th April 2015, the world knows that Nepal was shaken by the tremor of magnitude 7.8 Mw, killing more than 9,000 people and destroyed hundreds of thousands of houses. The world heritage sites are not as same as they were before; Kathmandu Durbar square, Patan Durbar square, Bhaktapur Durbar square, the Changunarayan temple and the Swayambhunath Stupa to name a few jolted in the quak.. Read More