Tag: Everest

The Most Beautiful Tea House Treks in Nepal

The Most Beautiful Tea House Treks in Nepal

This post is about the most beautiful tea house treks in Nepal. The famous tea house treks in Nepal make the mountains accessible to anyone who visits the country whether you are an amateur hiker or a professional mountaineer. Nepal is home to some of 

How to join the Mani Rimdu festival in Nepal

How to join the Mani Rimdu festival in Nepal

Mani rimdu is one of the biggest festivals in Nepal celebrated among the Sherpa communities in the Solukhumbu province. A region that is famous for Mount Everest and the very popular Everest Base camp trek as well as the Gokyo Lakes trek.  The Mani Rimdu 

The Gokyo Lakes Trek Itinerary: the ultimate guide

The Gokyo Lakes Trek Itinerary: the ultimate guide

This post offers you the ultimate Gokyo Lakes trek itinerary. The Gokyo Lakes trek in Nepal is a wonderful trek that brings you to a chain of six turquoise, glacial-fed lakes in the Everest region. At around 5000 meters it is the highest freshwater lake 

The Jiri to Lukla Trek: a beautiful hike to Everest

The Jiri to Lukla Trek: a beautiful hike to Everest

This post is about the Jiri to Lukla trek. The Jiri to Lukla trek was once the start of the famous trek to Everest. Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the first people to climb Mount Everest, even started their hike in Kathmandu.  It was only 

Nepal itinerary: how to spend one month in Nepal

Nepal itinerary: how to spend one month in Nepal

This post helps you in planning your Nepal itinerary. Nepal is a unique and memorable country. Most people know Nepal because of the Himalayas. But the country has so much more to offer than mountains alone.  Its natural beauty is outstanding and much more diverse 

Backpacking Nepal: the ultimate travel guide

Backpacking Nepal: the ultimate travel guide

This post is about backpacking Nepal. Nepal is a small country in South Asia. It is landlocked in between India and China. It was  once a remote Himalayan kingdom that was closed to foreigners up till the 19th century. Now it is a developing democracy