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Dec
13
2009
Trishuli River

1 – 3 days, Class 3+
The Trishuli is an ideal river for those looking for a short trip without the challenge of huge rapids, but with beautiful scenery and a relatively peaceful environment. First timers can also enjoy this river. The point for the Trishuli River is Chauraundi or Fishing  located just 3 to 3.5 hours west of Kathmandu making it an excellent choice for short trips, or for clients en route to Pokhara or Chitwan National Park.

Rafting in Nepal
Nepal has earned the reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting. Nepal’s thundering rivers,

Jan
15
2010
Domestic / Local

: Take a bird’s eye view of the whole Himalayan range including the Mt. Everest & its tall cousins. The high abodes of the Everest, Kanchejungha, & the Tibetan plateau draw flocks of visitors every morning. The panoramic views of the Himalayas from air is bound to become your once in lifetime experience.

A BBC holidays site ranked Nepal’s hundreds of snow peaks in the Himalayan Ranges at the 30th place among the 50 places it recommends visiting before one dies. However, even the veteran & most enthusiastic mountaineer cannot scale all these peaks in their one life time. Hence, there

Jan
12
2010
Everest Base Camp

You are welcomed to this beautiful country, Nepal where you can enjoy exploring your expedition to the highest corner of the earth. Your tour to the Everest Base Camp could be an unforgettable expedition in your life through trekking towards the highest mountainous corner of the world.

The Everest Trek is well known because of the name Everest gives you a chance of viewing the highest mountains and essentially one ethnic group of Nepal- the Sherpa-especially if you fly to Lukla and you trek from there. You will actually be flying high and staying high thought this exiting tour. Unlike in

Dec
11
2009
History

One can probably say that Nepal is as old as the Himalayas, when a great lake filled the Kathmandu Valley. One legend holds that this lake was drained by a thunderbolt thrown against the walls of the Valley by the Hindu god Krishna. Another claims it was drained by the patriarch Manjushri as he wanted to get a closer look at a Swayambhu or Adhi-buddha, the beautiful lotus flower resting on the lake.

But the recorded history of Nepal does not start until around 800 BC, with the beginning of the Kirat Period. After that, the Lichhavi and Thakuri Period started

Feb
8
2010
Visa Information

General Visa Information
All foreign nationals (except Indian nationals) require a visa to enter Nepal. Visas are obtainable from embassies abroad or on arrival at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. There have been instances when passengers were asked to show return flight tickets. You will also need to provide two passport size photos and the following fees in US dollars acceptable in cash.

- Multi entry visa valid for 15 days – $25 USD
- Multi entry visa valid for 30 days – $40 USD
- Multi entry visa valid for 90 days – $100 USD

If you are staying in Nepal for less than 24