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Mustang Trail Race 2020

Posted On:Sunday, September 22, 2019
Mustang Trail Race 2020

Mustang is located at Dhaulagiri District and is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The plain hill and the silence in nature have contributed to the Mustang to get its nickname ‘desert of the Nepal’. The Valley is very peaceful and the people living there are of quite a nature too. So, this place can be a great escape from your day-to-day life. Mustang is known as an ancient forbidden kingdom because it had its own separate king and separate rules. The tourist wasn’t allowed in this place until 1991 when government opened all the a...

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Upgradation of Pokhara to a ‘Green-Transport Infrastructure City’

Posted On:Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Green Transportation is a mode of transportation that doesn’t depend upon fossil fuels and don’t harm the environment in a negative way. Green transportation runs on renewable energy sources. Some of the modes of green transportation are bicycles, electric scooters, electric vehicles, hybrid cars, etc. These types of transportation produce low to almost no greenhouse gas emission. Thus, this will cause almost no harm to the environment. We use cars, bus or other means of vehicles that run on petrol/diesel which are non-renewable sources o...

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5 Reasons to Visit Rasuwa in 2020

Posted On:Friday, September 13, 2019
Reasons to Visit Rasuwa

Rasuwa, a district of Nepal is one of the must-visit areas in Nepal. Rasuwa is like a different place where people of the Tamang community reside peacefully. The name itself is unique because the name Rasuwa is derived from the Tibetan language. The word Ra means lambs and Sowa means grazing and combined it was named Rasuwa. The place was originally famous for the grazing of lambs because of the fertile land and the nutritious foods for the cattle. Rasuwa lies around 120km southeast from the capital city Kathmandu. Most of the places are sti...

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Jungle and Wildlife Adventure in Nepal

Posted On:Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Almost 44.74% of Nepal’s total land is covered with forests. Also, the geographical variation and climate of this wonderful land play an important role in the wide number of flora and fauna in the country. The change in climate and geography with the change in attitude has been the reason that Nepal is home to a large variety of animals and birds. Not to mention that the altitude varies from 70m in lowest to 8,848m (the height of Mt. Everest) in the highest; this is also the highest altitude in the world. Trees and forests cover 65% of Nepal’s ...

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Climbing Season in Nepal 2019

Posted On:Sunday, September 8, 2019

The culture, tradition, and geography are highly diverse. If one goes to Terai they can experience warm temperature the harsh sun during mid-day can get hard to endure. And similarly, if you go to Himalaya which is just a few hours drive from Terai, you need a very warm jacket to protect yourself from cold. Within just a few hour distances, one can experience such changes in the climate. That’s why one can enjoy any kind of climate as per their liking. The elevation of the country is from 60m above sea level to the highest altitude in the world...

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