28th July, 2019
Simikot Valley

Simikot Valley is the northwestern most town of Nepal lying in the remotest corner of Karnali zone. Situated at an altitude of 2910m (9547 feet), it serves as the district headquarters of Humla district.  Due to its remoteness, the people of Simikot do not have access to modern means of living. The main source of livelihoods among locals is agriculture and husbandry. While Simikot valley is inhabited by Thakuri communities, further up the valley is home to Bhotias or Tibetan cous...

24th July, 2019
Lukla Village

Situated in the Khumbu region of Solukhumbu district, Lukla village serves as the main entrance to Mount Everest. It is from Lukla that trekkers and mountaineers step into the world famous Everest Region.  Located at a height of 2860m, Lukla village is a small town inhabited by Sherpa community. There are well equipped-modern hotels and lodges, shops and departmental stores in Lukla. Local bazaar selling clothes and other items are also a weekly attraction for locals as we...

23rd July, 2019
Nepal's Astrology

Consult an astrologer to know more about your stars and your place in the firmament. And if there is a problem somewhere, the solution is not far either. Nepalis have been doing it for centuries and many will vouch it works.Astrology also has its origin in the Vedas, the major source of virtually everything for the Hindus, written thousands of years ago. Mesh (Aries), Brish (Taurus), Mithun (Gemini), Karkat (Cancer), Simha (Leo), Kanya (Virgo), Tula (Libra), Brishchik (Scorpio), Dhanu...

22nd July, 2019
Ghale Gaun Homestay

 Ghale Gaun, a pristine destination quite popular among the South Asian villages is the perfect example of home stay in Nepal based tourism destination in Nepal to explore typical Nepalese life style of warrior ethnic Gurung tribe (Most of them are in military groups in Nepal army, Indian army and British army).Many members of Ghale gaun who have served and are currently serving the British Army,are known as the famous Gurkha soldiers.Depart from Kathmandu to this traditional Gurung...

18th July, 2019
Rock Climbing In Nepal

Rock climbing is an activity in which you will climb up or across natural rock formations or man-made rock walls with the goal of reaching the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a pre-defined route.Rock climbing is generally differentiated by its need for the use of the climber's hands to hold his or her own weight in order to make balance. Rock climbing is a physically and mentally demanding sport, one that often tests a climber's strength, endurance, agility, and balance along wit...