Trekking

A Brief History of Trekking in Nepal

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 05 Feb

In 1965, trekking was introduced in Nepal for the very first time by Colonel Jimmy Roberts. Lieutenant Colonel James Owen Merion Roberts (1916–1997) was one of the greatest and most prolific explorer of mountains of the twentieth century; a highly decorated British Army officer who achieved fame as “The Father of Trekking” in Nepal. His […]

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7 Best Short Treks in Nepal

7 Best Short Treks in Nepal

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 31 Jan

Nepal being a little kaleidoscope of diversity has lots to offer in terms of motley collections of people who follow a vast medley of cultures and traditions, unprecedented heterogeneity in landscape and absolutely beguiling natural surroundings. We will be explaining and discussing seven of the very best short treks to do in Nepal, suitable for […]

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Top ten best treks in Nepal

Top Ten Best Treks in Nepal

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 25 Jan

Nepal is a country of Himalayas, and it houses the world’s tallest mountain among many others within it. Presenting many opportunities for experiencing the many diverse culture, tradition and customs of the people living here and the vast expanse of natural beauty that it posses, Nepal is also famous for trekking journeys in the snowy […]

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Januarys

Januarys in Kathmandu

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 08 Jan

The Januarys are cold and crisp in Nepal, especially in the capital, where the mornings are greeted with fog and mist, and we can see our breath when we look out the window into the city. A perfect time to snuggle in the warm duvets with hot coffee (or tea or chocolate!) with a book. […]

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Bhoto Jatra

The legend of The Bhoto Jatra

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 02 Jan

Before we begin the story, you might want to know what a “Bhoto” is, yes. Well, it’s a vest. “Bhoto” in Nepali translates to “a vest”. “Jatra” means “Festival”. And so, you will read the story of the festival of vest. Yes, you read that correctly, we have a festival for a vest here, and […]

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Diversity

Nepal: A Land of Diversity

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 27 Dec

Albeit being a small country sandwiched between two larger ones, Nepal has the most colorful divergence as divergence come. With varying land topography all differing from one another to the very differences in the cultures the people follow, Nepal is a hotspot for marvelous visits. The eyes can feast upon various natural sites which are […]

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Yoga

Yoga in Nepal

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 15 Oct

Yoga exactly means “unity”. It lets you experience the union of body, soul and mind through a wide range of meditation practice. You will get to learn patterns of heavenly living via yoga. Long ago, Yoga by practice was carried out to build up spiritual part. Today, it is practiced as one of the major […]

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Trekking to Annapurna Region

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 15 Oct

Planning your vacation far away from home forgetting all your hectic schedules? Trekking to Annapurna Region in the nature’s lap offers excellent and precious memories. With a range of trekking options, Annapurna region actually is blessed with cultural and natural exquisiteness. From the best trekking routes on the earth to the highest lake, the deepest […]

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Autumn Season

Posted By Nepal Hiking Team | 15 Oct

Witnessing the breathtaking Himalayas as well as terrific natural setting in Nepal will be a dream come true experience. This reverie would be even better if the weather favors you rightly bestowing clear visibility then you may consider trekking in Nepal autumn season. Nepal has basically moderate climate, with four main seasons -spring, summer, autumn […]

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