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Latest news, event and updates about Nepal trekking, travel, mountaineering and tourism

Holi festival in Nepal
The popular Nepalese festival, Holi will be celebrated on March 9 in Kathmandu and on March 10 in the Tarai, southern Nepal. Being a neighbor country with China, Nepal government urged to avoid public gathering to prevent outbreak of corona virus. So Basantapur Durbar square will not be crowded as previous years. What is Holi...
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Kirat festival in Nepal
Kirat community celebrates Udhauli and Ubhauli festival. Different aged people of Kirat community dance and sing in the circle, beating the traditional drums and cymbals, wearing their traditional cultural dresses.  Kirat community Rai, Limbu, Sunuwar and Yakha celebrate these festivals twice a year. Basically the traditional Kirati festival is devoted to nature Goddess and our...
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Christmas flower in Himalaya
Nepal is multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural diverse country. Being a secular country in 2007, Christmas has been recognized as national festivals in Nepal. Christmas is a religious and cultural celebration on December 25. Nepalese people especially young generation either Christian or non Christian are more likely for enjoying, dancing and singing in Christmas Eve. Every...
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Champadevi Hiking
Machhegaun is the place to begin of Champadevi day hiking where we are able to reach by means of automobile/van or by using bus. It takes approximately forty five minutes from old Bus Park. Shops and restaurants aren’t to be had on hiking trail so take a few cookies, fruits and drinking water. Machhegaun is...
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Mount Kanchenjunga
Kanchenjunga, also called Kanchanjungha, located in Taplejung district, the far eastern region of Nepal. Taplejung district covers 3646 sq. km. in an area with an altitude ranging from 770m to 8586m above sea level. Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world with an elevation of 8,586m (28,169ft). It lies between east of Nepal...
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Tihar Dipawali Festival of lights
Tihar is five day long Nepalese festival also known as Dipawali. It is the festival of lights, Diyo (oil or butter lamps) and candles are lit around the houses to illuminate at night. The festival is popular to worship animals such as crows, dogs, cows and oxen; those have relationship with human beings. Tihar festival...
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Visit Nepal lifetime experience
Visit Nepal 2020, lifetime experience, is Nepal’s commitment for investment, innovation, infrastructure development, regulatory reform, new product offerings, environment and wildlife conservation to develop the tourism industry. The government declared 2020 as the Visit Nepal Year with a target to achieve two million foreign tourist arrivals. Nepal is a multi ethnic, multilingual, multi-religious and multicultural...
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Dashain Fetival
Nepalese Hindu people celebrate Dashain festival throughout the country. This long holiday provides a great opportunity for traveling, family reunions, exchange of gifts and blessings from elders. Dashain generally falls in September / October lasts for 15 days. Each day has special rituals and activities to be performed. The festival starts from Ghatasthapana and ends...
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Indra Jatra: the biggest festival in Kathmandu
The traditional Newari festival, Indra Jatra, known as Yenya in Newari dialect, is the biggest street festival in Kathmandu. Thousands of people gather and worship to King of heaven, Indra as a symbol of victory of gods over devils. The Indra Jatra, eight day long festival begins with the erecting Indradhwoj linga, a secret wooden...
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Lakhe Dance show in Machhegau
Fourth Nationwide cultural Lakhe dance show has been completed to preserve the indigenous Newari culture and to promote tourism in Nepal. Lakhe dance show was organized in Machhegaun, Kathmandu on September 6 and 7 by showing the dance of nationwide Newar people. This is a Newari culture dance. Lakhes are depicted with a ferocious mask,...
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