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Kakani – Nature at its Best

For tourists and visitors to Nepal who are trying to escape the normal bustle of the cities, Kakani is the perfect escape. It is a destination in Nepal that is known for its unmatched beauty, breathtaking views and magical tranquility. Kakani is a place where villagers live simple, uncomplicated lives and coexist peacefully with nature. Many visitors come here for its beautiful mountain biking trails and challenging, scenic hiking trails.

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Truly Experience Nepal through Rural Tourism

Nepal is a beautiful country with fascinating customs and traditions, an ancient history, captivating animal life and breath-taking scenery. This popular tourist destination is a favorite among back-packers and hikers who are looking for something off the beaten track, as many of the most beautiful destinations in Nepal are in hard to reach places.

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New Wetland Sites Designated in Nepal

On 25 September 2006 the wreck of a helicopter that was carrying conservationists was found near the town of Ghunsa, in Nepal. The deaths of these remarkable nature ambassadors hit the entire WWF and Nepal like a sledgehammer. Their dedication to the wildlife and Nepali resources was known throughout the country and their loss was greatly mourned by all who knew them.

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Everest Rocks for Cancer

Every year climbers face what is to them one of the biggest challenges of their lives - Mount Everest. The feared and loved mountain has been the stage for many tragedies, victories and stories of survival. Just as the climbers battle the mountain, many ordinary people face another type of mountain in their daily lives -cancer. This year, the magnificent mountain will stand as a symbol in the fight against Cancer. It will be the gracious host to the Everest Rocks concert charity event.

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The Joyful Celebration of Maghe Sankranti

The festival of Maghe Sankranti is held throughout Nepal in mid-January each year. This is the beginning of the holy month of Magh, and Maghe Sankranti is believed to bring an end to the preceding ill-omened month of Poush, during which all religious ceremonies are forbidden. This festival also marks the coming of warmer weather and longer days, therefore adherents look forward to better days of health and good fortune.

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Maratika and the Quest for Enlightenment

Maratika (also known as Haleshi) is situated in the Khotang district of east Nepal. The caves of Maratika are a well respected pilgrimage destination for followers of Tibetan Buddhism.

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Dharmapala Thangka Centre – Preserving a Sacred Tradition

The artists at the Dharmapala Thangka Centre located in the busy city of Kathmandu, Nepal, have been creating high-quality, authentic thangkas for more than twenty years. Closely adhering to traditional thangka painting customs and supervised by lamas of the Nyingma order, these artists are widely recognized as being masters of this ancient, sacred tradition.

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The Hindu Festival of Vibhaha Panchami

Some visitors to Nepal have commented that every other day is a festival and every other structure is a holy shrine. This observation in not far from the truth, as festivals, both national and religious, form an indispensable part of Nepalese life and are well supported by the community. Festivals offer visitors the opportunity to have fun, but more than that, they offer valuable insight into various cultural aspects of the lives of the inhabitants of Nepal. Religious festivals are held according to the lunar calendar and national holidays are held on fixed dates. No matter what time of the year visitors decide to tour Nepal, they will be sure to catch at least one special festival event.

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