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Manakamana of Tumlingtar

The Hindu temple of Manakamana is located in a picturesque setting alongside the Arum River in the Tumlingtar Region of Nepal. The temple is a revered pilgrimage site where both Hindus and Buddhists gather to worship the goddess Manakamana. In November, on the eleventh day following the new moon of the month of Kartik, a special festival takes place with thousands of pilgrims flocking to the temple where fasting, dancing, singing and other rituals, including bathing in the river and animal sacrifice, are observed in honor of this Hindu goddess.

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Damak : Charming Tranquility

When it comes to towns and villages that can be described as off the beaten track destinations, Damak most certainly falls within that category. It is located in the Jhapa District, in the south eastern region of Nepal. It was always known as a Village Development Committee, but in the year 1982, Damak was given the status of Municipality. There are nineteen wards in Damak, and it is estimated to have a population of approximately thirty five thousand residents. The Ex-Royal Family also invested in a very large Himalayan Tea State here.

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International Canyoning Rendezvous

The Marsyangdi Valley will be a hive of activity and excitement from 7 to 13 April 2011. The International Canyoning Rendezvous is an event for adventurers and avid trekking enthusiasts, and the Nepal Canyoning Association hopes that by hosting this event, Nepal will be highlighted as a recommended trekking. Nature enthusiasts will also enjoy the event. To remain competitive in the international tourism market, it is hoped that canyoning in Nepal will create new interest in the country.

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Crossing Thorong La

Located at a height of 5,416 meters, the barren but beautiful summit pass of Thorong La is the highest point on the Annapurna Circuit. It is also the route used by local traders to travel between the village of Manang in the Manang district of Nepal and the village of Ranipauwa in the Mustang district, as well as providing access to Muktinath – a sacred place to both Buddhists and Hindus.

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Adventure in Kali Gandaki Gorge

In some places the Kali Gandaki Gorge measures as one of the deepest of its kind on the planet. It is located in the Himalayas and is home to the Kali Gandaki, or Gandaki River. What makes this gorge so spectacular is the fact that is runs between some of the most breathtaking mountains in Nepal, including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. This magnificent gorge is even older than the mountains that it separates. Due to tectonic movement, the mountains moved higher, causing the gorge to become deeper. Exploring a river that is older than the majestic Himalayas is an unforgettable experience and lures hundreds of adventurers each year.

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Kailash Mansarover Yatra

Many religions hold certain sites as sacred, with adherents traveling to these destinations to worship and gain enlightenment. One of the most famous pilgrimages for a number of religions is located in Nepal. It is a journey that has been undertaken for centuries. Sadly, between the years of 1959 to 1980 the pilgrimage route was not open to Indian travelers, but from 1981 the co-operation between Kumaun Mandal Vikas Nigram, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs and the Chinese Government has seen to it that the route is now open to everyone.

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Paramendo Eco-Farming

Paramendo was the vision and the dream of Angnima Tamang. Even though there were various struggles to overcome in the first seven years, Tamang remained loyal to his dream which is now a functioning eco-farm and an example to the rest of Nepal. It is located in the Bharku Village in the Rasuwa District of Nepal. Visitors will be astounded to see how a physics student was able to become a beekeeper and farmer, and build an eco-friendly farm without almost any financial or technical assistance.

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Garden of Dreams

The people of Thamel have been waiting patiently for six long years for the restored Garden of Dreams to be unveiled. It is not only a part of the history of the city, but is a significant heritage site in Nepal. After the huge success of the Patan Museum restoration, the same architect was commissioned to oversee the intricate developments of the Garden of Dreams. The big day arrived on 8 October 2010, and now thousands of visitors will be able to enjoy the magnificence and beauty that was created centuries ago and has been restored for present and future generations to appreciate.

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