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Visit the Village of Okhaldhunga

Visitors looking for an authentic village experience in Nepal will enjoy the hospitality of the agricultural community residing in Okhaldhunga. Located in Nepal's Sagarmatha Zone, Okhaldhunga serves as the capital of the district by the same name. Its situation in the rugged terrain can make it a real challenge to reach Okhaldhunga, but the unique experience will make it all worth the effort.

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Four New Options for Trekking in Nepal

Trekking enthusiasts will no doubt be delighted by the news that four new trails have been opened in Nepal – Dhorpatan Trail, Nagi-Narchyang Trail, Panchpokhari Trail, and Lower Solu Trail. Taking between one to three weeks, depending on the option chosen, the new hiking trails aim to promote community-based tourism, a concept which is proving to be popular in this mountainous country with its isolated rural communities.

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Trekking Tsum Valley

The spectacular Tsum Valley is located in the trans-Himalayan Gorkha region of Nepal, surrounded by the Sringi Himal, Ganesh Himal and Boudha mountains. The valley is a popular trekking destination providing a mix of challenging terrain, with incredibly beautiful scenery all along the way. The name of the valley comes from the Tibetan word translated as 'vivid', and certainly there is nothing ordinary about Tsum Valley with its pristine surroundings and ancient culture, art and religion, with a level of warm hospitality from locals that adds to the experience of trekking this route.

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Climbing Lobuche Mountain

Near to the Khumbu Glacier is a mountain in Nepal by the name of Lobuche. The mountain consists of two major peaks, of which Lobuche East stands at a height of 6 145 meters, which is approximately twenty-six meters higher than Lobuche West. On the other side of the ridge is Lobuche Far East. Laurence Neilson together with Sherpa Ang Gyalzen, were the first climbers documented to have taken on Lobuche East in 1984. There are a few facts that climbers should keep in mind when planning to climb either one of these peaks.

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Off the Beaten Track to Tangting

Many villages around Nepal have been influenced by the tourism industry, which in one way has been advantageous for the economies of the villages, but has also resulted in the deterioration of the traditional and cultural experiences for travelers. Some villages have focused so intensely on accommodating foreign tourists that the opportunity for them to enjoy the villages in their natural state has been lost. One village that has not yet been influenced by the tourism industry is Tangting, and getting to the village is as much an adventure as exploring the village and surrounding areas.

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Trekking the Rolwaling Himal

Eric Shipton decided to begin exploring the Rolwaling Himal in the year 1951. Said to be the home of the illusive Yeti, it forms part of the Himalayas and is located along the border of Tibet. The Rolwaling Himal has peaks that stand six thousand meters in height, and there are more than fifty peaks to this fascinating mountainous region. To the south of Rolwaling Himal is the Rolwaling Valley, another magnificent division of this region that is worth exploring. Trekking and hiking enthusiasts are recommended to visit this magnificent natural attraction as it holds numerous wonders.

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Explore the History and Splendor of Kamalamai

Not only is Kamalamai a breathtakingly beautiful destination but it is of great historic value for Nepal. It has a population of approximately just over thirty thousand people and is located in the picturesque Sindhuli Valley, in the Sindhuli District of Nepal. This area is situated in the central southern region of the country. It was a location where history was made when the British were defeated for the very first time in Asia. Today, it is a spectacular destination that is blanketed in tranquility and lush landscapes.

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Discover Lo Manthang

In the northern region of Nepal, in a district known as the Mustang District, is a city that is as mythical and historical as it is beautiful. It is a city that was ruled by its own monarchy, a city that is home to the descendants of the Kingdom of Mustang and a city that is still populated today by very unique and interesting locals. The architecture, forgotten treasures and stories that this breathtaking walled city protects can only be described as magnificent, and it is one of Nepal's most treasured sights.

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