Bon: A Unique Religion and Culture in the Himalayas

Narshi Gonpa Ngawa

Bon is believed to be an indigenous religion of Tibet which followed its people when they migrated in the Himalayas of Nepal. It’s the religion of the Himalayas around 11th century before the advent of Buddhism in the region. Bon is the religion and Bonpo is referred to the people (followers of Bon religion) or Read more

Festivals of Everest

Dumje Festiva

Anyone who has been on the Everest Base Camp Trek, especially from October to February, knows- how Khumbu transforms itself in the festive season from, the otherwise, dull and snowy region to an ever sparkling land of noisy and drunk inhabitants! Famous for being the home of the tallest set of mountains in the world, Read more

6 Reasons to go for Kangchenjunga trek


Now, if you think you can handle the Kangchenjunga trek, let me tell you ‘why you SHOULD go for Kangchenjunga trek: i)    Less crowded: Unlike main- stream trek routes, approximately, only 500 tourists (presumably the hardcore) visit Kangchenjunga Conservation Area every year. Lucky- if you are a hipster-hardcore! Better go for it before it becomes Read more