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Imja Tsho
Imja Tsho is one of the fastest-growing glacial lakes in the Himalayas, located in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal. It lies at an altitude of around 5,010 meters (16,440 feet) in the shadow of the massive Imja Glacier and the towering peaks of Mount Everest and Lhotse. The lake began forming in the 1960s as the Imja...
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Popular Treks in Nepal, Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, trekking, Nepal
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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Pokhara Fewa Lake essence of Nepal
Phewa Lake is the second-largest lake in Nepal and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. This beautiful lake is located in the valley of Pokhara, a city situated about 200 kilometers west of Kathmandu. The lake covers an area of about 4.4 square kilometers and has a maximum depth of around 28 meters. The...
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Tiji Festival
Nepal is a country with hundreds of festivals celebrated by different ethnic groups at different times. Among the many festivals, the Tiji Festival is the one celebrated by Buddhist people. Tiji Festival is a great Tibetan-Buddhist festival that is celebrated in the Lo-Manthang City of Upper Mustang. This festival is of great importance to the...
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Shuklaphanta National Park
Shuklaphanta National Park, spanning 155 square kilometers, was first created in 1976 as a Wildlife Reserve. Its territory was increased to 305 square kilometers in 1994. As a result, a buffer zone of 243.5 square kilometers was added in 2004. In the end, in 2016, this wildlife reserve was designated as a National Park. The...
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Parsa National Park
Parsa National Park is a protected area situated in the Far-Western Region of Nepal. It is one of the smallest parks in the country but is home to a diverse ecosystem and rich wildlife. The park is known for its diverse forest types and is a haven for several endangered species. The park is also...
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Gaurishankar Conservation Area
Gaurishankar Conservation Area is a protected area located over the Far-Western Region of Nepal. It get its name from the mighty Gaurishankar Mountain that sits within its border. The conservation covers a large area of forested landscapes and encompasses several mountains and hills, with the highest altitude being 6,781 meters above sea level. It covers...
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