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The Ultimate Guide to Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest (at an altitude of 8848 m) being the world’s highest peak attracts hundreds of expedition lovers each year. Anyone who is fond of traveling and has learned or heard about this mighty mountain dreams of being there once in a lifetime. But this is not possible for everyone. Climbing Mount Everest takes great courage, a hefty amount of money, relentless effort and physical fitness and mental strength as well. And there comes a savior and it’s Everest Base Camp trek!

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Nepal Trekking Packing List – A Guide To Essential Packing For Trekking

Before embarking on a journey to Nepal for trekking, it is crucial to pack trekking equipment in a balanced way. There is a fine line between packing too less and packing too much for a trek and it is important to be careful about it. Since the treks in Nepal starts at a lower elevation and ends up in the higher altitude, the variation of gears required for the trip is diverse.

What to pack and what not to pack also depends on whether the trek is teahouse or the camping. Another significant factor that determines the weight of your backpack for the trek is if you have porter during your trip. If you have one, most of your equipment will be carried by the porter.

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Ultimate backpacking guide while traveling to Nepal

The idea of backpacking is to travel cheaply and Nepal is undoubtedly one of the cheapest destinations in the world. Besides being a cheap country to travel which is located between two giant nations; India and China, Nepal is small yet offers diversified travel destinations and most important of all, is safe for the solo travelers and even women.

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Nepalgunj

Nepalgunj (also commonly spelled as Nepalganj) is a popular, developed and trading city in Banke district, Nepal that is west to Kathmandu (the capital city of Nepal). It is located in the Terai Plains and borders with India (Bahraich district of Uttar Pradesh (UP) state in the southern part.

It is one of the popular custom hubs of Nepal. Eklaini, Sadarline, BP Chowk, Tribhuvan Chowk, Dhamboji chowk, Gharbari Tole, New Road, Birendra Chowk are some of the major marketplaces Read More

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Dharan

Dharan

Dharan is a beautiful city in Sunsari district in province no. 1 of Nepal which is to the eastern part of Kathmandu; the capital city of Nepal. Dharan is a city surrounded by hills on the foothills of Mahabharat Range. It is an elevation of 349 m (1148 ft). This place is famously known as the football-producing factory of Nepal. And the city is regarded as the second biggest city of Eastern Nepal after Biratnagar Read More

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Birgunj

Birgunj

Birgunj is one of the trading hubs in the southern plain Terai of Nepal and is located in Parsa district. Birgunj is a major city of Province No. 2 and it borders with Raxual (an Indian City of Bihar State) to the South. This city is the second largest city in the Terai region of Nepal after Biratnagar. It was declared as a metropolitan city in 2017 along with Biratnagar. Read More

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Janakpur, Nepal: Birthplace of Sita

Janakpur, Nepal is one of the important pilgrimage sites in the plain Terai region. The city of Janakpur is situated in Dhanusha District, which is 135 KM (84 Miles) southeast of Kathmandu (the capital city of Nepal). Janakpur is religiously as well as the culturally significant destination for tourists. Janakpurdham is another name for Janakpur and it was discovered in the early 18th century. Read More

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Lumbini – Birthplace of Lord Buddha

Lumbini

Lumbini, one of the Buddhist’s important pilgrimage sites, is situated in Rupandehi district of province 5 in Nepal. Lumbini is a popular destination among Buddhist people around the globe and is the birthplace of the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautam who became Gautam Buddha after enlightenment). Lumbini is regarded as Read More