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Lhotse

Lhotse fourth highest mountain in the world

Mt. Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain peak after Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Ketu (8611m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m). It is at an altitude of 8516m from the sea level. In the Tibetan language, the meaning of Lhotse is “Southern peak”. Mt. Lhotse is gaining its popularity in recent times for its dramatic South Face. The South Face raises 3.2 KM and is 2.25KM wide, which makes it the toughest face of this size in the world. This is the

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Namche Bazaar – Mt Everest, Trekking, Sherpa Lifestyle, Khumbu Culture

namche bazaar

Namche Bazaar is one of the touristic destinations of Nepal, which is also widely popular because it is a gateway to the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest. Namche Bazaar lies in Solukhumbu district in province no. 1 in the Eastern part of Nepal at an altitude of 3440m from the sea level. It is 137 KM to the Northeast from Kathmandu. The bazaar, which literally means a marketplace, is a major hub for tourists trying to summit Everest or trekking

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Major Tourist Spots In Nepal

Watch one horned rhino in Chitwan national park

Nepal is a country blessed with natural attractions along with remarkable cultural and historical significances. With exotic snow-capped mountains to lush green hills to colorful places, Nepal has a lot of touristic areas. Upon the choice and interests, one can opt for diverse ranges of activities including adrenaline adventures to culturally vivid destinations to spiritual and sacred regions. In this post, we are discussing the best tourist spots in Nepal that you need to visit during your stay here. List

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3 Durbar Squares That You Should Have Mandatory Visits To As A Tourist

3 durbar squares of Kathmandu Valley

The plazas and areas opposite of the royal palaces are described as Durbar Square in Nepal, which consists of temples, idols, open courts, water fountains and more. Durbar Squares are the most prominent remnants of the old kingdoms in Nepal. Nepal consisted of small kingdoms before King Prithvi Narayan Shah unified it as one country. The most popular Durbar Squares are in Kathmandu Valley, which belonged to the three Newar kingdoms. They are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and

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