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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal  Trekking in Nepal is by far the most popular tourist activity and in the year to come, 2016, as local Sherpa Guide Nepal in Nepal have decided to add on a few more treks to the Himalayas just to make your options a little wider. We did already have some of the best treks on the table for your ultimate Trekking in Nepal experience, Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC Trek), Annapurna Base Camp Trek (ABC Trek), Annapurna Circuit Trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek just to name a few.  AS your local Sherpa Guide in Nepal, we are proud to announce that all the below mentioned treks will be available for the year 2016 and some of them are really incredible as they take you to the Restricted Areas of Nepal, very recently opened to public and visitors: Trekking in the Everest Region of Nepal: - Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC Trek) - Instant Everest Trek - Gokyo Kala Pathar Trek - Mani Rimdu Trek - Renjo La Pass - Gokyo Trek -  Arun Valley - Everest Base Camp Trek
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Visit Nepal 2020- Life Time Experiences

Nepal is one of the best travel and tour destinations in the world. Its rich cultural heritage, wonderful religious history, and sumptuous beauty of the landscapes have attracted many travel enthusiasts over the past. In order to attract other interested travelers, Visit Nepal 2020 was declared by Nepal Government with the Nepal Tourism Board. Credit: Nepal saw a slight dip in the number of tourists visiting here after the devastating earthquake of 2015. After that, the number of tourists here has not seared as high as in the past. So the year 2020 has been announced as Visit Nepal year in order to get the tourism industry of Nepal up and running in full. Nepal tourism sector is growing. As a result, more and more travel destinations are opening up. Many new trekking trails are being opened. The older ones are also being renovated and restructured so that traveling gets easier. So Visit Nepal 2020 is an attempt to shed light on the prospect of tourism in

Annapurna Base Camp trekking

When is the best time to do Annapurna Base Camp trekking? Annapurna Base Camp can actually be done any time in the year. However, the monsoon is not a good time. Rain mostly comes down during the evening or night but the dark clouds are ever present. This means bad to no view of the beautiful peaks. It also means leeches, mosquitoes, possible landslides and slippery roads. But, this is the time when animals are most active. If you are a keen biologist, then maybe monsoon is for you. First, here are the seasons. In Nepal, there are six seasons but it translates as: Spring (March to May) Summer/Monsoon (June to August) Autumn (September to November) Winter (December to February) Autumn is the best time to do this trek. Autumn is a dry season that offers clear blue sky and moderate temperature. This is the best time do any trek in Nepal and is, therefore, very crowded. You could go during December if you would like it to be quieter. ABC can be done in w

Company Registration in Nepal

Get Legal service and advice for company registration in Nepal with the necessary process The company is the legal entity that makes your aim of earning possible through business. To get legal authority anyone must register the company in Company Register office of Nepal. Company as being legal entity that allowed group, individual and team of people to apply as firm as an independent legal organization in Nepal and permit them to produce, sell, service and make benefit. Nepalese legislation recognized company as independent legal the person which has right to sue and being sued, secured own property, hire employees and make loan in its own name. Nepalese citizens as well as foreign people can register any company in Nepal as per their necessity but that should bound by legal criteria of Nepal. Nepalese company has permits any people can register the following company in Nepal. Private company One Man company Public company Not Profit making company Legal


NOTICE FOR ALL TREKKERS WHO TRAVEL TO NEPAL If you planning to travel to Nepal and if you are buying your holiday packages, please make sure your tour operator or guide is authentic and check if they are ethical or not. Please do not run at cheaper prices. If some any company or guide offered you travel packages at the very cheaper price, there should some hidden cost or plan that can kill you. Some of trek operators or guides who sells their trip at very cheap cost than normal price. Actually, they sell a trip to you at loss and later they make sick you during the trekking by mixing drugs in your food and charged you or your insurance for rescue. Sometimes that drugs make take your life too. Also if you buy a package at a very cheaper price, it is sure that you won’t have experienced and licensed trekking guide. That means your travel is not in experts hands. Please check prices, included services and company background before buying any trip.


Are U planning to go on Nepal Trekking? CONFUSE which treks? The Himalayan kingdom of Nepal unfolds the best adventure experience of trekking, hiking, and climbing as the main attraction. Due to the diversity of topography and elevation, Nepal is paradise for the adventure trekking and climbing activities in the Himalayas.  We are hopeful that the snapshots highlights of the popular Top 10 Best Nepal Treks help you to choose the suitable trekking holidays. 1. Everest Base Camp Trekking A world top adventure destination – every trekkers and climber have a dream to get there to stand next to the Mt. Everest. Normally 2-week strenuous walking ups and downs from Lukla with 3 to 4 days in Kathmandu is best for this EBC trek. Trek preparation and proper gear is a must. Well-designed itinerary for proper acclimatization and traveling with medically trained guides are being recommended. Always better to have Portage Altitude Chamber (PAC) or Oxygen as a safety back up. 


Buddha Jayanti, in Nepal is an auspicious day for Buddhists as well as Hindus. Buddha Jayanti is observed on the full moon day in Buddhist month of Baisakh. Normally the day for the celebration of Buddha’s birthday differ from year to year in the Gregorian calendar, but usually falls in Month of April or May. In leap years it may be celebrated in June. According to the lunisolar calendar as in Nepali Calendar – Buddha Jayanti is celebrated on the month of Baishakh on full moon day i.e Purnima. On this day, people perform rites such as feeding the monks. People perform Daan (act of donating goods and necessities to the monks). Budhha chantings and Mantras are played across stupas and Vihars (place for monks to dwell). Buddha Jayanti not only signifies his birth but also his attainment of Nirvana (state beyond life and death) and the abandonment of physical body as it is believed that it all happened of full moon of Baisakh . Life of Siddhartha Gautam Buddha was born in N

Tourists entering Langtang and Gosainkunda for tourism season

Rasuwa, March 19: Tourists have started entering the trekking routes in the Langtang and Gosainkunda for this year’s tourism season. Chief Conservation Officer of Langtang National Park, Yuvraj Regmi, said that tourists have started coming in with the start of the year’s second season. The first season for tourism is believed to be from September to December while the second season is between February to May. The steady flow of tourists has allowed around 22 million rupees in royalties to be collected from August 2017 till now. At least 100 tourists daily are expected to visit from February to May. A total of 1,539 tourists have entered the national park since August, with 119 from the SAARC nations and 6,420 tourists from America, Japan, Germany, France, and Israel. A total of 11,068 tourists visited the park in the last economic year. Hotel owner from Chandanbari, Subba Lama, says that hotels and lodges damaged in the earthquake have been repaired so trekkers