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A Pilgrimage to Heleshi

Mount Everest is known throughout the world as one of the most majestic natural features on the planet, luring thousands of adventurers and climbers to its treacherous peaks each year. But a mere hundred and eighty kilometers to the south west of this wonderous landmark, is a place of peace, tranquility and pilgrimage known as Heleshi. This spectacular destination is also often referred to as Maratika, which is its Tibetan name. But no matter what name is used, Heleshi remains breathtaking, and a vital part of Nepali culture.

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International Mountain Museum

Pokhara is Nepal's third biggest city and attracts visitors from all over the world. Although the cities receive a lot of attention because of attractions and historical sites, there is one more reason foreigners visit Nepal, namely its mountain ranges. The Himalayas have captured the imaginations of climbers and adventurers for centuries, with its challenging terrain and peaks luring countless mountaineers each year. The International Mountain Museum in Pokhara pays tribute to the mountains of Nepal, as well as those who have dared to take them on.

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Gunla Festival at Swayambhu Temple

Of all the religious sites in Kathmandu, Nepal, the Swayambhu Temple is the most well-known and one of the most active temples in the region. Visitors come to the temple to marvel at its carved decorations, Buddhist art work, massive staircase and statues, while worshippers flock to the temple to pay their respect and practice their religion. The Swayambhu Temple dates back to earlier than the fifth century; and the temple is not only vital to the history of Kathmandu but to traditional festivals, such as the Gunla Festival.

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Explore Beautiful Panchase

Panchase is not only a significant pilgrimage destination for many locals but it is one of the most breathtaking landmarks in Nepal. Located near the cities of Bhadaure and Bhaniyang, Panchase is a natural wonder that offers breathtaking trekking routes and awe-inspiring views. The fact that it is not a frequented tourist attraction, means that the mountain remains un-spoilt and tranquil. Visitors to Nepal in search of a truly unique and unforgettable experience are advised to make the trip to Panchase and discover a picturesque part of the Nepali landscape.

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Honey Hunting in Nepal

Honey hunting is one of the many activities that form part of the ancient culture of numerous civilizations. Scientists have estimated through rock painting documentation that honey hunting was practiced as far back as 13 000 BC. In Nepal, honey hunting has been practiced for thousands of years and is a vital part of the Nepali culture. Watching documentaries on honey hunting in Nepal allows viewers to gain insight into this practice, but fortunately travelers are now able to join honey hunting expeditions and experience this tradition for themselves.

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Tharu Museum in Bachhauli

Bachhauli is a quaint village in the Chitwan District of Nepal, and is located in close proximity to Kathmandu and Bharatpur. Here visitors will find a community that has a rich heritage and culture. To explore the roots of the Tharu people, a stroll through the Tharu Museum is recommended. This fascinating museum takes visitors on a journey into an ancient culture, and explores the traditions, lifestyle and practices of the Tharu. The museum is therefore dedicated to their legacy and promotes their history through the tourism industry.

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Trekking to Sikles

The Gurung is an ethnic group that has been a part of the Nepali culture for centuries and has a very fascinating history. They are generally located in the region surrounding the Annapurna Mountains, and it is here, where the picturesque village of Sikles can be found. It is a destination where visitors are able to experience this ancient culture, discover the uniqueness of the Gurung villagers and enjoy the beauty of the Nepali landscapes, including magnificent views of Lamjung Himal, Pokhara and Annapurna II.

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The Mystery of the Elusive Yeti

Cryptozoology is the term used for the search for folkloric and legendary creatures that are considered by mainstream biology and science to be nonexistent. Cryptozoologists believe that the Himalayas stretching from Nepal into Tibet are home to the Yeti – a creature which features prominently in Nepal’s folklore. While cryptozoology is not an established science, it has gathered quite a following, with cryptozoologists considering it a personal challenge to solve the mystery of these elusive creatures, which are referred to as cryptids and include North America’s Bigfoot and Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster.

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