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16 February 2017

“You go to Nepal the first time for the views. You go the second time for the people”and by this, travellers mean that the first time they went they were drawn by the stunning beauty of the Himalaya, but when they were there they really fell in love with the amazing people in Nepal, which is what draws them back over and over.
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16 February 2017

I’m not even exaggerating! The Himalayan Mountains are in a league of its own in terms of views. You will be blown away by the views regardless of the region that you are trekking in. I have been trekking in the Everest and the Annapurna region and I can say that they are equally beautiful. Being able to escape the city and explore the mountainside is such an amazing feeling especially when you are on a lesser known trail like Mardi Himal Base Camp where you will rarely see any other tourist along the way so you are truly along with nature.
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17 January 2017

We’ve had so many questions about this topic that we thought we’d write about it. On the face of it, these two treks look very similar. They are both roughly two weeks long, they both snake through the foothills of the Himalaya and they both end at the base of VERY big mountains. But that’s where the similarities stop. There are many, many differences between these two iconic Himalayan treks, and today we’ll try to help you get to the bottom of it all, helping you to decide which is best for you!
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17 January 2017

One of our clients Raz Moussa went trekking to Annapurna Basecamp, which also included paragliding, zip-lining and white water rafting. After the trip we interviewed him about his experience in Nepal and this is what he had to say…
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17 January 2017

Kathmandu is home to some of the most important Hindu and Buddhist shrines on Earth. The two that immediately spring to mind are Pashupatinath (Hindu) and Bouddhanath (Buddhist).
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17 January 2017

This is one of the most asked questions by our clients; and it’s a very important consideration when planning a trip to Nepal. Nepal is affected by the annual monsoon that sweeps across the Himalaya and Indian sub-continent. The monsoon is caused by a temperature difference between the Indian Ocean and the land mass in India and Bangladesh.
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17 January 2017

Following on our theme of advice to travellers in Nepal, in this post we will discuss what essential gear should be in your bag before you take off on your incredible trek to the Himalaya. We’ll discuss some of the essentials you shouldn’t leave without, as well as what you can pick up in Kathmandu. We’ll even throw in some advice on what to look out for when getting kitted out for your trip.
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