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Rupa Lake
Rupa Lake is a freshwater lake and is the third largest lake in Pokhara Valley, it is situated at the border of Pokhara metropolitan and Rupa rural municipality of Kaski district. Located at the altitude of the Annapurna range which covers an altitude of around 600 m, the surface area of the lake is about 1.35...
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Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
Dhorpatan hunting reserve is the only hunting destination in Nepal. It is surrounded by ‘DHOR’ or marshlands. The reserve area was constructed with the aim of protecting some of the important species of Nepal. It was established in 1987. It covers an area of 1325 sq km in the western part of Nepal in the...
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Gurung People History
Among Nepal’s various ethnic groups, the Gurung people known as an ancient community, are typically found in hilly and mountainous regions and are considered to be descendants of the Gurkha. The Gurung people are mongoloid people who trace their ancestry to Tibet. Demography The 1981 Nepal census reported there were 1,74,464 Gurung speakers in Nepal,...
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Thakali People
The Thakali people are a cultural and linguistic group that originates from the Thak Khola region of the Mustang district in the Dhaulagiri zone of Nepal. The Thakali people have maintained many of their unique cultural traditions despite influences from neighboring groups over the centuries. Their language, cuisine, and trading history make them a distinct...
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Khaptad Lake
Khaptad Lake is situated in the Doti district, the western part of Nepal.  It is located at an elevation of around 3050m. It is regarded as one of the most picturesque natural wonders of Nepal’s far western region. Surroundings of Khaptad Lake The lake is surrounded by lush alpine meadows, dense pine forests, and the...
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Imja Tsho
Imja Tsho, a glacier lake in eastern Nepal’s Khumbu area, is one of the Himalayas’ fastest-growing lakes. Situated at an approximate elevation of 5,010 meters (16,440 feet), it is shaded by the enormous Imja Glacier and the lofty peaks of Lhotse and Everest. When rising temperatures caused the Imja Glacier to retreat, the lake started...
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Thorong La Pass
Welcome to our guide to The Most Popular Treks in Nepal! Nepal is famous for its towering peaks, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. It offers a range of trekking opportunities for adventurers of all levels. In this blog, we’ll showcase Nepal’s renowned trekking routes, highlighting breathtaking scenery, cultural highlights, and exciting challenges. From iconic trails...
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Nepali Food, Kathmandu Food, Nepali Cuisine
Welcome to the Nepali Food Guide: A Culinary Adventure! Prepare for a tasty trip across Nepal’s unique and colorful cuisine. In this blog, you will look at the diverse flavors, spices, dishes and culinary traditions that distinguish Nepal’s gastronomic landscape. Whether you’re a seasoned foodie or an inquisitive visitor looking to try new flavors, join...
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Ghodaghodi Lake
Ghodaghodi Lake is a beautiful lake located in the Sudurpashchim Province of far-western Nepal, near the city of Dhangadhi. Here’s a brief introduction to this scenic lake: Ghodaghodi Lake is part of the Ghodaghodi Lake Complex, which includes several small lakes and marshes. It covers an area of around 2.63 square kilometers (1.02 square miles)...
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Begnas Lake
Begnas Lake is a freshwater lake located in the southeast of Pokhara Valley at Kaski. The lake is quite big compared to another lake in Pokhara. Begnas Lake is 3rd largest lake in Nepal. It is the second largest lake of Pokhara Valley among eight lakes.. the water level of the Begnas Lake is regulated...
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