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  • Resources for Locating Missing Family and Friends in Nepal

    We have listed some resources for locating missing family and friends in Nepal. Use this Facebook page to check whether your FB friends in the area have been listed as ...

  • Sympathy and Support for People of Nepal

    The Nepal.com team offers our deepest sympathy to all affected by this enormous and devastating tragedy. Please send your messages of support to nep.support@nepal.com and we'll publish ...

  • Explore the Barandabhar Corridor Forest

    Located in the Chitwan District of Nepal, the Barandabhar Corridor Forest is a long, narrow strip of land, covering and an area of 87.9 square kilometers, and dividing the district into east ...

  • Battling Illegal Wildlife Trade in Nepal

    In a world where wildlife is increasingly under threat, Nepal is going to great lengths to protect the wildlife within its borders, and was recently the recipient of a CITES commendation in ...

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What to See

  • Central

    Harisiddhi

    There lies a city in Nepal, small in stature, in some ways gloomy in nature, but stop a while, look around you and you will see much more, this is Harisiddhi. From the paved Godavari roads to the little village within, there is much to fascinate the eye as the local women stand busily occupied by their work of spinning wool for an industry that produces rich and beautiful carpets sold within ...

  • Culture

    Books

    While so many dream of climbing the world's highest peaks, there are others who would much rather read about it. Even if there are climbers out there getting ready to take on Everest, Annapurna or any of the other great mountains, experts always advise that climbers read some of the interesting and life saving Nepal expedition books available. There is no better way to learn about ...

  • Climbers

    Sir Edmund Hillary

    Have you ever admired persons for their absolute dedication and commitment in their endeavors to be the best? One outstanding individual in this regard is Sir Edmund Hillary.

  • Wildlife

    Snow Leopard

    Nepal has an estimated population of 350-500 snow leopards in the wild. This is approximately a tenth of the world’s population. The vast and wild terrain and the animal’s elusive nature make spotting difficult. Though snow leopard treks are organized regularly, spotting one is difficult and extremely rare. If you take a snow leopard trek, just enjoy it for the sheer magnificence and beauty ...

  • Foreign Embassies

    Indian Embassy

    It is the responsibility of the Embassy of India in Nepal to maintain and strengthen the existing relations between India and Nepal. India and Nepal have had a long-standing relationship since the 1950 signing of the Treaty and Peace Agreement. It is a relationship that has been able to withstand political changes and economic difficulties.

  • Travel

    Trains Stations

    If you are planning a trip to Nepal soon you will likely be considering different ways to get around the country. There are many different forms of transportation available in Nepal and you will likely find that you will have to use a combination of a few different types in order to get from one destination to the next. There are not many train stations in Nepal but this does not mean that ...

  • National Parks

    Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

    The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve first came about in 1976, when it became apparent that there was a great need to protect the beautiful but rare water buffalo, resident of the waters along the eastern border of Bangladesh. Later in 1987 it was declared a Ramsar site.

  • Culture

    Sherpas

    Many of us tend to think of Sherpas as a group of specialized porters, but they are in reality one of the ethnic groups of peoples that can be found in the beautiful mountainous regions of Nepal. Geographically speaking Sherpas are generally found in the high, eastern regions of the Himalayas and some 3,000 Sherpas can be found in the Khumbu valley near Mount Everest. There are well over ...

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