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Nepal Starts Developing Buddha's Birthplace

Nepal Starts Developing Buddha's Birthplace

11/09/2014

Nepal starts developing Buddha’s birthplace Work starts on major project to boost tourism at LumbiniLumbini attracts just 800,000 tourists per year.Work has started to improve tourist infrastructure at the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Lumbini.The Nepalese government wants to develop the town in southern Nepal into a major tourist destination.The ...

Nepal listed on ten coolest places to visit in 2015

Nepal listed on ten coolest places to visit in 2015

30/11/2014

Nepal listed on ten coolest places to visit in 2015 Nepal has been listed as the top ten coolest countries in the world to visit in 2015 by the famous Forbes magazine based in the US. Nepal, a country with the most diverse topography with the highest peak in the world to tropical lowlands, is placed in the 9th position in ´The Ten Coolest Places ...

Give me a home where the snow leopards roam

Give me a home where the snow leopards roam

19/09/2014

From a vantage point below Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain, it was difficult to focus. The view -- a visual feast of azure sky reflecting in the Tamur River’s glacial waters, framed by the rock-hewn tsunami of the Kanchenjunga massif – competed with the heady aroma of cardamom-filled sacks, as trains of Limbu traders sung their ...

Nepal’s Mustang is the third tourist destination across the World

Nepal’s Mustang is the third tourist destination across the World

18/09/2014

Nepal’s Mustang is the third tourist destination across the World Nepal’s trans himalayan district, Mustang has succeeded to be the third best tourist destination across the world. Of the best ten tourist destinations across the world, Mustang was picked for its untarnished natural beauty and scenarios by the Lonely Planet. Tagged as “Little Tibet” ...

Nepal: safe place to live in among SAARC countries

Nepal: safe place to live in among SAARC countries

18/09/2014

Nepal: safe place to live in among SAARC countries Nepal is the safest place to live in South Asia after Bhutan, a fresh report revealed. According to Global Peace Index (GPI) Report, the world’s leading measure of national peacefulness, Nepal has been gradually turning a safer haven to live as peace indicators in the once “civil war” Himalayan ...

Yak: means of transportation on Mountain

Yak: means of transportation on Mountain

18/09/2014

Yak: means of transportation on Mountain Yaks are the vehicle of choice in this remote region, where there are no roads, but plenty of windy wide trails with little or no snow. The word “Yak” is used loosely to refer to several different species of the cow family, and perhaps the Chinese describe this beast best by referring to it as a hairy-cow. ...

 Lumbini: Birth Place of Lord Buddha.

Lumbini: Birth Place of Lord Buddha.

17/09/2014

Lumbini, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam. The Shakya prince and the ultimate Buddha, the Enlightened One, is the pilgrimage destination of the world’s millions of people faithful to all schools of Buddhism. UNESCO lists this nativity site, identified by Indian Emperor Ashoka’s commemorative pillar as a World Heritage Site. The main attraction ...

Prey for Tigers Increases across the Country

Prey for Tigers Increases across the Country

17/09/2014

The Bardia National Park, covering an area of 968 square kilometers has the highest number of prey for Tigers in Nepal, according to a report ‘Status of Tiger and Prey in Nepal’. This protected area covers three districts and encompasses 92.6 animals per square kilometer, which is higher than any other conservational area. It provides home to 11 ...

Nepal stands on top among ‘World Most Photogenic Countries’

Nepal stands on top among ‘World Most Photogenic Countries’

12/09/2014

Nepal stands on top among ‘World Most Photogenic Countries’ Rough Guides photographer Tim Draper reveals his top ten most photogenic countries in the world Kathmandu, Nepal: Wanderlust and an English travel photographer, Tim Draper has been to the core places on earth to satisfy his never ending thirst for photography. When he started his venture ...

Global tourism arrivals rise 5%

Global tourism arrivals rise 5%

11/09/2014

Global tourism arrivals rise 5% Growth being driven new arrivals into Europe and Asia. Chinese tourists are driving global growth (photo by Hung Chung Chih).International cross-border tourism arrivals increased 5% in the first nine months of the year. According to the latest data from the UNWTO, 845 million international trips were taking in the January-September ...

Policy on Tibet permit 2013 updated

Policy on Tibet permit 2013 updated

01/01/2070

We just got the exciting news that solo travelers can get Tibet permit again, that is, the policy requiring travelers to travel in a tour group with at least five tourists from the same country has been removed. But travellers are also required to apply for the Tibet permit through a legal Tibet travel agency. Tibet starts to issuing Tibet permit ...

Climbing legends combine to help children in Nepal

Climbing legends combine to help children in Nepal

01/01/2070

Utah's own Apa Sherpa holds the world record for the number of climbs he's made to the top of Everest, and he now uses his fame to benefit school children back in Nepal. Peter Hilary, whose father is Sir Edmund Hilary, shares an interest with Apa Sherpa in helping children in Nepal get an education — something that doesn't come easily out there. Thame ...

80 years Old Japanese starts climbing Mount Everest

80 years Old Japanese starts climbing Mount Everest

21/09/2013

An 80-year-old Japanese climber has launched his bid to become the oldest person ever to reach the summit of Mount Everest, his management office said today. If all goes as planned, Yuichiro Miura will conquer the world's highest peak around May 24 to break the record held by Nepali climber Min Bahadur Sherchan, who achieved it in 2008 at 76. It has ...