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  • Bhaktapur Sweet Home Non Star (Bhaktapur)

    “Sweet Home Bhaktapur " is located perfectly central in the heart of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, just in front of the Royal bath and behind of the 55-Windows Palace. It is a Deluxe Tourist Standard Guesthouse in Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Although "Sweet Home Bhaktapur" is a deep bow to Nepali tradition and culture, you will also be treated with all modern amenities including luxurious rooms, modern bathrooms, as well as 24-hour electricity, hot water and free wi-fi.“Sweet Home Bhaktapur” has well appointed rooms and suites that have attached baths with hot and cold shower and multi-channel TV. The “Boudha Stupa Roof Top Restaurant” serves delicious Nepali, Italian, Chinese and Indian as well as continental food and homemade Rakshi (traditional distilled alcoholic beverage in Nepal). The trained staff will welcome you warmly in Nepali style and will make sure your stay here is perfect.

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  • Gaun Ghar Non Star (Bandipur)

    The beautiful hill town of Bandipur, which lies 1400m above a hillock with breathtaking mountain views with its preserved traditional houses, takes you back to the ancient times when the Newaris settled here on their way to trade with Tibet. The heritage hotel has preserved the traditional architecture and ambience of the place. The restoration has taken every consideration to bring the house back to its orginal flair.

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  • The Old Inn Bandipur Non Star (Bandipur)

    In the warm heart of Nepal..'Trust your sixth sense, VISIT BANDIPUR..and indulge the other five'. The enchanting paradox of Bandipur is that although it is the definitive mountain town there is in fact nowhere else quite like it. You’ll love its eagle’s nest location, its lazy walks through orange groves, its simple architecture, and you’ll never forget the utterly stunning pink-tinged Himalayan skyline of dawn – and another before twilight. Its sense of history is unique too for it was a centre of exotic trade between lowland and highland and between British India and independent Tibet and it is this fact of history that explains its prosperity and faded grandeur.

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  • Hotel Aakash Non Star (Bhairahawa)

    Featuring free WiFi, Hotel Aakash offers pet-friendly accommodations in Bhairāhawā. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a TV with satellite channels. Some units have a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. The rooms are equipped with a private bathroom fitted with a shower. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries. You will find a 24-hour front desk, hairdresser's, and gift shop at the property. The hotel also provides bike rental and car rental. Maya Devi Temple is 19.3 km from Hotel Aakash, and Lumbini Museum is 19.3 km away. Bhairawa Airport is 6 km from the property.

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  • Hotel Everest View Non Star (Everest)

    Hidden on a ridge overlooking the Everest range, Hotel Everest View is a remarkable establishment that blends gracefully with its spectacular surrounding. Situated within the Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park in Nepal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hotel offers a 360 degree view of the awe inspiring peaks. With a view of Mt. Everest from every room, visitors can immerse in this mesmerizing scene in luxury. Opened in 1971, Hotel Everest View has been listed on the Guinness Book of World Records (2004) as the Highest Placed Hotel in the world at 13000ft. Featured in numerous guide books and having received media coverage, the resort has become a destination in its own right. Hotel Everest View epitomises the adventurous spirit of the Himalayas. It is a perfect place from which to explore the nearby villages and enjoy the beautiful landscape filled with evergreen fir trees, shrubs and rhododendron forests. Our dedicated staff will provide you with excellent service and delicious cuisine to make your stay an unforgettable experience.

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Trongsa, TA Dzong Opening Dates
The Royal Heritage Museum, Trongsa, would like to inform that The Royal Heritage Museum, the Tower of Trongsa, would be opening museum on Saturdays starting from (March to May) corresponding to tourist peak seasons in our country. It has been decided to start from 12th March 2017 as first Saturday coincides with last day of annual Trongsa Dzongkhag Lhamoe Dromchhe.
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Miyamoto report on Annapurna Nepal Now, latest facts Location: Annapurna | Type: Adventure, Nature Lovers | Tags:NepalNOW, Trek, annapurna, nepal, nepal now The Annapurna region, the most popular tourism destinations of the country, is located in the Himalayas in north-central Nepal. Following the powerful earthquakes of April and May 2015, the extent and severity of earthquake-related structural damage and geologic hazard were widely believed to be limited, but remained unknown. With funding from SAMARTH-NMDP and on behalf of the government of Nepal through the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, an assessment team was dispatched from June 25 to July 2, 2015 to this region to observe and record seismic damages that occurred along the main trekking routes and select villages as a result of the earthquakes. The team was comprised of a structural engineer and an engineering geologist, supported by a professional mountain guide and local conservation officer familiar with the region. The objective of the rapid reconnaissance of the region was to a) develop a baseline understanding of the extent of earthquake-related damage, b) advise on the overall trekking safety of the region’s routes and c) provide recommendations on repairs or risk mitigation that will inform tourism recovery and commercial readiness strategies that are currently being developed by the government, its international development partners, and Nepal’s tourism industry at large. The aim of these efforts is to promote tourism back to Nepal which will support the nation’s economic recovery. The findings of the structural and geotechnical rapid assessment of the region are summarized in this report.
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