Trekking Everest High passes

Kongma La pass

So, you think trekking to the Everest Base Camp via the traditional route is too easy for you! Let me then take you to a higher spectrum by adding three high passes, all going above 5300 m. How does that sound now? Cho-La Pass (5380m) What I’m talking about is what the Lonely Planet’s “Trekking in Read more

The Great Himalaya Trail


The Great Himalaya Trail (GHT) is a new and demanding, long distance trekking route with some of the most breathtaking mountain landscapes on earth. It is made up of a network of existing trails and trade routes that connect ignored valleys and ridges between and beyond the established trekking areas of Annapurna, Langtang and Everest. Read more

Trasportation in Nepal – how to travel in Nepal

Nepal, Kathmandu, Traffic on Kantipath Rd

One word to sum up transportation- vehicles and roads in Kathmandu: Bizarre! Yes, if you have been to Kathmandu then you will know exactly what I mean. Even walking in the some of the streets like Ason or Thamel is such a pain at times. If you land up taking a vehicle in these streets, Read more

5 Most Loved Resorts of Pokhara

reosrt pokhara

Pokhara is an ultimate spot for the dreamers – especially those who are looking for one special place that offers a glorious display of nature, ‘rock and roll’ night life and some top notch resorts. Folks, if this place is in your upcoming visit-list, here are its 5 most loved resorts – based on the Read more

Volunteering in Nepal

“Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud.”-  Helen Dyer Volunteering is all about giving commitment of time, skills, experience, knowledge and energy for the benefit of people and society. A volunteer does not work for Read more