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7 Day Bhutan Special Tours

7 days | Departs Kathmandu/Paro

Bhutan, located in the eastern Himalayas, borders China to the north and India to the south, east and west. The altitude varies from 300m (1000ft) in the narrow lowland region to 7000m (22,000ft) in the Himalayan plateau in the no ...read more

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Myanmar Airways to connect Yangon–Kolkata from Dec 1
Starting from December 1, Myanmar Airways International will operate two times weekly service between Yangon and Kolkata on Airbus A320 and A319 aircraft. These flights between the two destinations will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays. MAI currently flies between Yangon and Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Gaya, Guangzhou, and between Mandalay and Bangkok. An official statement from MIA stated that Myanmar Airways is offering very attractive introductory fares on Kolkata to Yangon sector.
Brothers on world bicycle tour to protect environment, fight HIV/AIDS
Brothers on world bicycle tour to protect environment, fight HIV/AIDS
Nepal Airlines to fly to Dubai three times a week starting tomorrow
Nepal Airlines to fly to Dubai three times a week starting tomorrow
Haritalika Teej 3- 5 September
Haritalika Teej 3- 5 September
tourism memorial park in Kavre
tourism memorial park in Kavre
Tibet Overland Tour will begin from 1st Jun 2016 from Kerung border
Tibet Overland Tour will begin from 1st Jun 2016 for all nationalities from Kerung/Rasuwa border.
Kailash Yatra 2016
Overland yatra to Kailash from Nepal not yet open both from Kyirong & Kodari. By Heli & via Lhasa using flight possible.......
Kailash Tour 2016 booking open
Kailash tour booking for 2016 open ...starts from Inr 118000/ Usd 2000 per person.
Miyamoto report on Annapurna Nepal Now, latest facts
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.
National Geographic Photographer Accurately Sums Up Why Tourists Revisit Nepal
National Geographic Photographer Accurately Sums Up Why Tourists Revisit Nepal Jonathan Irish, a Contributing Photographer of National Geographic, had visited Nepal in 2007. In an Instagram post published on the official @NatGeoTravel account last evening, he told how eagerly he wants to revisit Nepal and espcially after the devastating quakes. He explained that a tourist visits Nepal to trek the world’s highest mountains but they return because of the amazing people. He also urged the travellers to keep Nepal on the top of their bucket list. Here’s what he originally wrote on the post shared with 4.9 million followers of Nat Geo Travel along with this photograph: cover “I miss Nepal. There are some places that stay with you for a really long time. For me, Nepal is one of them. I hiked to Everest Base Camp way back in 2007, it has haunted me ever since. There’s a common saying that goes like this: most people come to Nepal for the mountains, but return for the people. I think that’s really accurate. Walking among the biggest mountains in the world is something special. But it’s the amazing people that make this place unforgettable. I need to go back sometime soon and see this beloved country again especially after the devastating earthquakes recently. Now is the time to support Nepal. If you haven’t been yet, put it to the top of your bucket list.”
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  • Chitwan Tiger Camp (Chitwan)

    the best location in Sauraha, overlooking the river, right at the park entrance. The garden seating area is great for watching elephant bathing and other river activity. Good restaurant, there are marvelous Machan like huts.” We say no more and no less. We only like to add that Tiger Camp is located right at the Park Entrance and Very Near to Army Post, which is the only resort in Sauraha which actually overlooks the river and the National Park. The sunset, rhinos and birds viewing from our Beer Garden is the best in Chitwan. Mini pool and river beach, Yoga, Steam and Herbal Bath and stargazing facilities, Travel Desk and Gift Shop are other attractions. Tiger Camp has the best location just outside the village of Sauraha. It is most safe and has peaceful atmosphere, with deep jungle tranquility. Most relaxing atmosphere with Gardens, Lawns, Roof-top Beer Garden and a high class and clean but reasonably priced Restaurant & Bar.

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  • Machan Wildlife Camp (Chitwan)

    The accommodation at Machan Wildlife Resort is in timber-framed bungalows having private bathrooms providing modern toilet amenities. To blend with the environment, lighting is by kerosene lanterns which we place outside your rooms at sundown. The main building with the dining room and bar and the pathway to the rooms are lighted by electric bulbs, and the power comes from a generator. The paintings on the walls and the curtains also have a peculiar charm of it’s own. They were created by the women of Nepal’s Methyl culture.These women live in villages near the Tear town of Janakpur, where Sita, the heroine of The Ramayana, was married to the God, Ram. The villages once belonged to a Kingdom called Mithila and today the women continue to maintain the rich ancient traditions of their culture.

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  • Machan Paradise View (Chitwan)

    Welcome to Machan Paradise View Machan Paradise View is a vibrant jungle safari resort set on the lush banks of the Rapti River overlooking the Royal Chitwan National Park in the Jagatpur area of Southern Nepal. Paradise View lives up to its name and provides a spectacular view of the sweeping river and the surrounding tropical wilderness. Set against the raw wilderness, Machan Paradise View provides all the creature comforts and services of that the modern world. In mixing the beauty of nature with the sophistication of culture, we at Machan Paradise View intend to make your stay a paradise.

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  • Rhino Residency Resort (Chitwan)

    The Rhino residency Resort with its ideal location at Sauraha, a minute's walk away from the Chitwan National Park, can be reached by four hours picturesque drive from Kathmandu. The R.C.N.P. known the over for being one of the most well-managed parks in Asia, is home for more than 524 varied species of birds, the Great Asian one-horned rhinoceros, the Bengal tiger, the leopard, the sloth bear besides deer, monkeys, crocodiles and other small mammals.

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  • Tiger Tops,Chitwan (Chitwan)

    Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge, situated 75 miles south west of Kathmandu, at an elevation of 450 feet above sea level, is in the heart of Royal Chitwan National Park, a 500 square miles area of tall grassland and magnificent forests and wetlands.All the double rooms, many in tree-houses or private bungalows, are attractively furnished with solar shower, fan and lighting.The Gol Ghar (Round House) forms the centre of the lodge and contains the dining hall and lounge area. With its huge domed roof and central open hearth it will be your special place for relaxation. Nepalese and Western cuisineis served and a fully stocked bar is open till the last guest retires to bed. Activities at the Lodge and Tented Camp include safaris on elephant and by river boat, jungle walks, birdwatching excursions, and expeditions by Landrover. Our renowned naturalists, (some of whom have over 30 years' experience), will introduce you to the fantastic array of flora and fauna in the Park. (They will be at hand all times to answer your questions.) The wildlife of Chitwan includes the endangered Greater One Horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, wild boar, fresh water dolphin, the marsh mugger and gharial crocodiles, over 450 species of birds, leopards and the elusive, Royal Bengal tiger

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