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Trekking Permit in Nepal

Trekking Permit in Nepal

Trekking Permit in Nepal

Trekking Permit in Nepal

Nepal has allowed tourists to trek as FIT (Free Individual Trekker) or a group of various sizes. But there are some destinations which are highly regulated by government and FIT cannot be conducted. Such a highly regulated destination is called “Restricted Area.” Trekking in these areas is only possible if you have Trekking Permit from

people of nepal

People of Nepal

People of Nepal

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With the few exceptions, the great majority in the People of Nepal live in well defined, specific geographic regions. Nepal is divide into three regions which are the Himalayan region, Hilly region, and Terai region. The Tibetan speaking Mongoloid people live in the high Himalayan region. It lies on the northern side with an alpine

Tihar

Tihar

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Festival to strengthen the bonding among siblings and increase the prosperity of their brother and sisters through ages.   Tihar is the second biggest festival after Dashain. This festival is also called Deepawali and this festival is especially celebrated by Hinduism. Tihar is second largest festival after Dashain. Tihar is also called “Festival of Lights”

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Dashain

Dashain

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The great Hindu festival known as “Dashain” is the longest and must auspicious festival on Nepalese annual calender. Dashain celebrates for the the inevitable victory of virtue over vice of the truth over untruth and justice over injustice.   An ancient religious custom is observed every year during late September into early October. It occurs

Mountains of Nepal

Mountains of Nepal

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The Sanskrit name Himalayas can be separated into two parts, “Him” and “alaya” which means home of the snow. The Himalayas, form a mountain range in Asia that separates plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. Such ranges include the highest on Earth, Mount Everest. These Himalayas include over fifty mountains exceeding 7,200