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All the preparations for the 18th SAARC Summit have been made. As the host of the summit, Nepal awaits to welcome all the country chiefs and delegates of the summit at TIA, Kathmandu. The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is a regional organisation that holds eight nations of South Asia. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, […]
Mr. Amar prays with Shane and Maryann during the wedding at Boudhanath Fifteen years of selfless intimacy reflects deep affectionate, dedicated care for each other’s preferences, motivating appreciation, high level of wisdom and the most importantly the unbreakable bonding of two souls into one. Explore Himalaya recently had an opportunity to unite two beautiful souls […]
The guide and the porter services throughout the trek to Gokyo Lake and Everest Base Camp were excellent. Explore Himalaya’s services were flawless- Mr. Jesper Petersen (Denmark)
Yes, I recommend other travelers to use Explore Himalaya. Probably, I would like to organize another trip with my family members or friends with Explore Himalaya.
We are used to handle everything ourselves but we really enjoyed the support and help from Explore Himalaya. We really appreciate it. -Ms. Evy Holmelund
Arkul to Bimalnagar Trek, which is one the best trekking trails to observe traditional rural life of Nepal, also caters the picturesque views of unspoiled nature- including the vast biodiversity of floral and faunal species.
I must say one should definitely visit Nepal once as you get to see the beautiful countryside, mountains and village. -Niels Hougaard
Lives of Rautes are very highly influenced by cultural taboos. They hate the contact of the people of other tribes. They do not trust strangers and they do not welcome the aliens of any kind into their huts.
Everest Skydive once again concludes in a grand way. Skydivers continue to show their love towards Everest and the sky over it.
Pack your bag for all seasons, don’t rush. Nepal makes you take a step back and unwind. Just enjoy this while you can, and all Nepalese will make it happen. Trust is the key word.
I would highly recommend Explore Himalaya to fellow travelers. They are the best travel company I have ever used. -Gary Goodnow, U.S.A.
The best memory of my trip was view of Annapurna above the cloud as we walked around the side of the mountains. -Mr. Adam Reeves
The best memory of my trip was the beautiful views and extremely friendly people of the region. -Mr. Ciao Carvalhal
People in Nepal are very kind. I am planning to come back to Nepal during spring- Lars Henrik Lauridsen (Denmark)
The best memory of our trip was the final push from Ghorepani to Poonhill early in the morning that took us to the fantastic hilltop from where the mountains looked even more beautiful. We enjoyed it lot- Ms. Crystal Jenkins
I will memorize this holiday as the most beautiful trekking into the nature and encounter with the most friendly locality of Nepal- Mr. Ole Gade
Groups of young lads and lasses visit the houses in their neighborhood with cultural songs that are lyrically and musically composed for this particular festival. Kids enjoy with fireworks and the colorful flowers are stringed to a garland that has huge essence during Tihar.
After the dreadful natural calamity, the most popular trekking region in Nepal has now been full of terrifying stories and the possibility of rising death toll is sadly high.
Three major urban touristic towns of Nepal: Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan manifest incredibly contrasting features of Nepal. These three towns complement each other to allow every traveler to Nepal encounter with diverse features of Nepal.
We will remember the Nepalese people in Tsum valley, their hospitality, the smiles on their faces, and of course their cooking. We can’t express how glad we are at achieving the elevation above 5000m.