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Walking Tour of Kathmandu to Ason Markets
"Depart on your walking tour to the Ason market a stones throw away from the tourist hub of Thamel in Kathmandu.In 2.5 hours you will get a chance to taste spices and herbs and also shop like a local. You will visit the clothes bazaar the vegetable market the spice shops the herb shops the utensils market
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Kathmandu Mountain Bike Day-Trip
"Here is the itinerary of this day of mountain-biking: Kathmandu - Nagarkot: Two-hour bike-ride (about 24km)After Kathmandu hotel pick-up you will be taken to Nagarkot from where you will experience a downhill bike ride descending more than 2800 feet starting from 7100 feet (2164 meters) with glorious mountain vistas from Nagarkot. Then you will have breakfast at one of the finest restaurants. Nagarkot to Telkot: 30-minute downhill bike ride (about 15km)Afterwards you will start riding towards the paved and less-busy Telkot hill and then ride uphill towards Changu Narayan on a dirt-road. Telkot to Changu Narayan: 20-minute bike-ride (about 7km).You will reach Changu Narayan. There you can admire the stone-carvings of lord Vishnu (dating back to the sixth century and attributed to the Newari artists). Changu Narayan is the oldest temple in the Kathmandu valley which was built in 4th century A.D. The main attraction of this temple i
From $120.00
 
Full Day White Water Rafting Trip on the Trishuli River
"You will be picked up at the meeting spot and transferred to the tourist bus station at 7am. From there you will be driven 3 hours to Charaudi the put-in point where a crowd of friendly local people eagerly wait to watch the proceedings.Once at Charaudi the crew will prepare the rafts after which you will head towards the river for a safety talk and some lessons on how to use paddles. After that you will start your rafting trip during which a number of Class I to Class III rapids are encountered (ratings are all given on the international rating scale).Two hours down the river at 12pm
From $50.00

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Food/Water

What was once a great little inexpensive restaurant in central Thamel has now really gone downhill, the prices have almost doubled in the last 12 months (10% “Service Charge also now added) and the...
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Altitude Sickness

I have seen an increasing number of posts where either trekkers (Probably being unaware of the risks of not acclimating properly) and agencies going on treks with insufficient time, therefore not...
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Maoist

The events around the elections in April 2008 have generally been positive in terms of travellers access and general ease of travel. There is still a considerable level of violence in Nepal, but...
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Animals

Yes, monkeys are here too. I was totally unaware that monkeys can be in that high altitude. Please keep all your food stuffs safe or else it can be snatched right away from your hands. Be Alert while...
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Permits/Papers

This “Tip” is designed for trekkers who are considering hiring their trekking staff direct rather than going through an agent, and although this sometimes used to work out a little cheaper, often this...
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Hygeine

Trying to avoid the “Kathmandu Quickstep” (A name that I Love as it summarises oh so well the symptoms that you could all potentially suffer) Personally, I believe that the chances are High that...
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Police

Nepal, in specific Kathmandu, is loaded with very corrupt police (the military police were far less corrupt than the Kathmandu city police). There have been stories of police scamming tourist due to...
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Trekking in Nepal

Personally I don’t think it is the greatest idea for Anyone to trek alone in Nepal, Particularly as a single female as there have been some incidents lately where solo females have been found dead or...
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Pollution

Protecting your digital camera is important during the trek as during the trekking season (I was trekking in April) the air and soil on and along the trekking trails is very dry, polluted with...
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Avalanches

Be careful of avalanches when trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, especially the part near Deurali before Macchapurcharre Base Camp. I have to pass by 3-4 previous avalanches on the route. You can get...
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Medication Advice

This is an often asked question so I will try and shed some light on it ;-) The risk of catching Malaria in Nepal varies depending on where in Nepal you go and when you go there. I have travelled to...
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Volunteering

Personally I would be Very Wary of volunteering in Nepal, or anywhere for that matter, unless I either personally knew someone working or has worked for the organisation in question, Or had a personal...
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Good Advice

What to do to minimise the chances of this adversely affecting your trip 1) Make sure your travel insurance has adequate cover to compensate you if your checked in baggage is completely lost 2) Try...
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Busses in Nepal

Security of your luggage on bus roofs can be a problem in Nepal, Especially on busses to popular trekking road-heads like Jiri– But there are several things you can do to minimise the risk of...
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Shree Pashupatinath Temple

The Pashupatinath Temple is one of the most revered, sacred and famous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, and the biggest one if Nepal. Lord Shiva is one of the Holy Triumverate Gods of the Hindus,...
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Sarangkot

Sarangkot is famous for sunrise view.One of the most beautiful place I have visited.Everyone seems to chose here as the place to watch sunrise over the Annapurna mountain range, particularly the peak...
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Mustang

The Jomsom Muktinath trek is one of the most popular trekking in Nepal. The different landscapes and culture to be found along this trekking route give a fascinating insight into the way of life of...
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

This is a review for the trek of a lifetime and the guide that made it so! Our trekking group was composed of me (from NZ), an Italian traveler and our guide, Chandra. We began our trek on January...
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Pokhara

This is my favourite viewpoint for photographing Pokhara – But you do need a clear day. Get up Early, cross Phewa Tal by boat then allow around ¾ of an hour to walk up to the Peace Stupa – If you have...
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Durbar Square

The devastating earthquake of April 2015 has had a great toll on this UN heritage Area of Kathmandu and have decimated parts of this historically important and culturally priceless area into a rubble....
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