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less populated treks

Posted by Rukus on 26/5/2013 at 02:20

so I have just arrived into Nepal, Katmandu and we'll be doing some trekking not limited to just one trek either, I want to see beautiful mountainous, valley scenery even if that means bring on a populated trail at times, but I'd like to know if there is any stunning trails, treks that are less populated and worth checking out, like perhaps Ganesha mountain. If anybody has any experience in the himalayas let me know, thanks ...

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Is Wi-Fi on the trail a good or bad sign?

Posted by Adventurer707 on 3/11/2015 at 13:41

I have been thinking about this question ever since I re-visted the Annapurna circuit this year. The previous time I visited, if guesthouses had lights and electricity it would be kind of a big deal. However this time, guesthouse owners were bragging about free Wi-Fi, in the middle of the mountains in remote villages! I have detailed my experience in this post on my experience trekking the Annapurna circuit just at the time of the devastating Nepal earthquake.Would love to know people's thought ...

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Nepal: An introduction

Posted by somtam2000 on 1/2/2013 at 21:27

For many backpackers, Nepal is their Shangri-La. Where else can you have so many life-changing experiences on a budget of dollars per day? Nepal is synonymous with the Himalayas, and the capital Kathmandu lies in a valley before the great mountains. As the peak of Everest is beyond the reach of the average human (it takes two weeks just to reach base camp), the most popular trek is the Annapurna Circuit (up to 18 days, departing from Pokhara) which offers spectacular scenery and experiences lik ...

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Dal Bhat Power: EBC and Three High Passes

Posted by nodisitas on 26/7/2014 at 22:52

Dal bhat is what got us through our 37-day trek in the Solukhumbu area (April 3 to May 10, 2014). Dal bhat is the national Nepalesestaple: a huge plate of rice, lentil soup and vegetable curry, which always comes with a free refill! It got us from Jiri to Namche Bazaar, over the Three High Passes (Renjo La, Cho La, Kongma La), up Kalar Pattar (near EBC) and several other view-point peaks, and then out to Tumlingtar. We started our journey in Jiri, which is a 6-8 hoursbusrit from Kathmandu. We hi ...

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recomended rafting company

Posted by miriam123 on 14/11/2013 at 04:37

Hello, Im looking for any recommendations for good rafting companies in Nepal, trying to do a trip of about 8 days rafting, maybe the Sunkosi? Thankyou Miriam ...

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Nepal general advice / Travel from Nepal to Thailand by Land

Posted by adammcintyre on 17/9/2013 at 01:53

Hi everyone, I'm flying into Kathmandu from BKK next week. After spending a few days exploring Kathmandu, my goal is to organise myself for a trek up to EBC. *Could anyone please recommend* a good place to stay whilst in Kathmandu and how I go about getting to it - Taxi? Price? Also, after my Nepalese excursion, I need to figure out how to get back to Thailand. I want a little adventure, so preferably avoiding air travel. I have been looking at possible routes: Nepal > India > Bang ...

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Volunteer in Nepal!

Posted by StephJayne165 on 10/9/2013 at 07:45

Hi Guys, For anyone going to Nepal and looking for a unique experience with a wonderful family and some beautiful kids, check out the below site. They are a relatively new orphanage and have only 9 children (which is great because it really allows you to get to know the kids). 2 of the children are the couples own, they've taken on 7 children for various different deprived backgrounds and clothed, washed, fed them and ensured they get a good education. All this with no help from the government ...

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