One of the most popular treks of Nepal; Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar Trek gives trekkers an opportunity to stand below the mighty Everest at the elevation of 5357m. The major highlights of this trek are diverse landscapes, floras and faunas and Himalayan culture. Show More Summary
Proud to play a small role in their especial trip- Alexandre & Noemie Gokyo, Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp Trek is an ultimate trekking adventure, that takes to you to the lap of Mt. Everest traversing across the high Cho La Pass 5420m. Show More Summary
Firstly, we would like to congratulate Mr. Suman Pandey, for being elected as the Chairman of PATA Nepal Chapter from the 39th AGM of PATA Nepal Chapter. We would like to congratulate newly elected entire team of PATA Nepal Chapter and wish them as a successful term. Show More Summary
Nathan Horton’s Photography Tour in Nepal runs twice a year. His tour during March incorporates Holi, the festival of colors and during October, the tour comprises the biggest Hindu Festival of the country, Dashain. The Photography Tour led by Mr. Show More Summary
Photography Tour in Nepal, which includes culturally opulent destinations of Nepal and fascinating easy trek to Poonhill is wonderfully diverse holiday in photographic perspective. Recently, Jeremy Clayton Woodhouse led the team of photographers from Australia and United States of America to these places in Nepal. Show More Summary
Explore Himalaya recently had an opportunity to operate a week-long photography tour to Kathmandu’s world heritage sites, which was led by Mr. Jeremy Woodhouse with three fellow photographers from America and an Australian photographer Mr. Show More Summary
Recently Mr. Nelms had a customized tour to Nepal with Explore Himalaya including Kathmandu, Pokhara and Bandipur. During this trip, he had a chance to explore the cultural heritage sites of Kathmandu valley and to submerge in the natural beauty of Pokhara. Show More Summary
In the city where everyone draws a bead to live a well off sophisticated life, the ancient values and culture has occupied larger space within the hearts of every individual living in world’s one of the greatest immingled cities, Kathmandu. Show More Summary
Ms. Nikolina Gordarov and Mr. Frederic Allian from France recently had a tour of Nepal with us. Their tour in Nepal included wonderful places like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nagarkot & Bandipur. Here they say about their Tour in Nepal. TheShow More Summary
Mr. Nyugen Thanu Phuc recently had Jomsom Muktinath Trek with us. Here he shares his experience with us. My trip with Explore Himalaya was flawless. I would recommend fellow travelers to choose Explore Himalaya as their tour organizer in Nepal. Show More Summary
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Everyone knows how much we love to keep fit while traveling! We found that hikes were one of the best ways to not only work out but a great way to explore a new city, national park or area. These are our top 6 best hikes in Asia ?? TV Tower in Yangshuo, China TV Tower was […] The post The 6 Best Hikes in Asia appeared first on Who Needs Maps.
I can’t really single out anything but any traveler willing to visit Nepal do not need to hesitate to book their trip with Explore Himalaya.
Salinadi in Sankhu is the most revered place in Nepal when it is the time to endure the strict fasting hardship to please this mythically powerful Goddess Swasthani.
Rupakot Resort- The rooms are carefully designed and decorated with modern amenities to create the richness of luxury. Every room has a specious balcony to offer a tempting view of lakes, jungles, local villages and the Himalayas.
Bungmati and Khokana are typical Newari Villages inside Kathmandu Valley, traditional enough to surprise any new traveler with their ways to perceiving life and the lifestyle.
In remote villages, every Gurung communities gather at a village courtyard or in an open space for the celebration of Lhosar with feast, cultural dances and wishes for each other. However, Lhosar in big cities is grander and visitors have so many authentic things to see.
A lot of incredible woodwork that definitely required a huge passion towards arts, immense creativity and hell of a hard work. I mean who would put so much effort and wait for years just for the house they built to live in.
Without the Himalayas, how can Nepal be a holiday destination, which is potential enough to attract the visitors who are continuously seeking something new and fascinating?
A student group of 15 from Hong Kong, Great Britain and Canada led by their tutors Ms. Donna Gee and Mr. David Ensor were with us for the Volunteering Holiday in Nepal.