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Moustafa Abar - Canyon Swing Jump - Nepal [02:47]
My first free fall Jump which is called Canyon Swinging jump. not sure if it's the 1st or 2nd highest in the world but it is 160 meter or more.! The speed you reach going down is up to 120 kmph. You should try it. it feels much better once you do it, so just do it :) It is not as scary as it was before jumping. Good luck.!
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Pani Puri and Chana Chatpat in Nepal - YouTube [03:04]
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Dolma Impact Fund Launch Event Highlights 17 May 2012 SaveYouTube com [09:48]
The event was held at the Embassy of Nepal in London and hosted by His Excellency Dr. Chalise, Ambassador of Nepal to UK and Ireland. As well as the Ambassador, speakers include David Grigson (Dolma Impact Fund Director and Trinity Mirror plc Chairman) and Tim Gocher (Dolma Impact Fund Founder and Chairman).
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Kanchenjunga from 35, 000 feet in the air! [01:05]
Kathmandu to Paro flight, from Nepal to Bhutan, flying east along and across the Himalaya. One can see Mt. Kanchenjunga from the window of the plane - a clear view is to be had, of India's highest mountain which lies in the state of Sikkim, India. A rare sight indeed! Air transport is all important to Nepal (since it is a landlocked country) and has been largely developed since 1953, first by the Indian Air Lines, and subsequently in 1959 by the Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation (RNAC) with internal services starting with Kathmandu as the hub linking with many towns and cities within Nepal. Gradually, it spread to Indian and other international destinations. Now, Nepal boasts of 44 airports throughout the country. The main international airport serving Kathmandu and indeed Nepal is the Tribhuvan International Airport, located about six kilometres from the city center in the Kathmandu valley. Operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal it has two terminals, one domestic and one international. At present, about 22 international airlines connect Nepal to various other destinations in Asia and the Middle East, connected to cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Dhaka, Islamabad, Karachi, Paro, Lhasa, Chengdu and Guangzhou. A recent extension to the international terminal has made the distance to the airplanes shorter and in October 2009 it became possible to fly directly to Kathmandu from Amsterdam ...
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The sleek bridge at the base camp, Everest Expedition! [01:04]
The climatic conditions in the Sagarmatha region change without prior signs. The team gears up for the summit attempts as the weather clears up and the men set out for the top. There is no time to waste, it's a now or never situation as the teams climbing permit expires by the end of the month may 2001. Indian Army added another feather to its cap in May 2001, when its mountaineers successfully scaled Mount Everest and put a record eight members and seven Sherpas on the summit. This is the largest number of summiteers on Mount Everest in an Indian expedition. The mighty mountain ranges of the Himalayas have, over the centuries, inspired not only man's imagination and spiritual quest, but also his spirit of adventure. Mount Everest, the tallest of the peaks of the Himalayas as also the whole world, stood in its unattainable isolation for thousands of years, till Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary conquered it in 1953. Since then, at least a thousand climbers have set foot on it. That at least 200 have lost their lives while trying to scale the peak speaks of the infinite dangers involved in the task. The Indian Army Mount Everest Expedition was flagged off by the Chief of the Army Staff on 1st March 2001 at New Delhi. It was led by Col. Krishan Kumar. After flagging off, the team moved to Nepal and after a long trek from Jiri, reached Base Camp of Everest on 3rd April 2001. The stocking and establishment of various camps was completed by 10th May 2001 and summit attempts ...
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