Panch Pokhari: An underrated trek to the five holy lakes!

Panch Pokhari, Sindhupalchok

  Panch Pokhari comes from the words Panch meaning five and Pokhari meaning lake. Hundreds of pilgrims, both Hindus and Buddhists make a journey to these five lakes on the day of Janai Purnima every year. As this place is still lesser known among the trekkers because of the lack of active promotion, it has Read more

Gosainkunda Trek: In The Footsteps Of Pilgrims

Gosainkunda Lake, Langtang, Nepal

  ABOUT THE TREK One of the major pilgrim sites in Nepal, Gosainkunda Lake is situated at an elevation of 4400m. There are 108 lakes in the area of various sizes in Rasuwa district and is a Ramsar site, listed by an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands, under the protection Read more

Langtang Valley Trek: Good food & a whole lot of nature

Langtang Valley

  One of the treks nearer to Kathmandu is the short Langtang Valley trek. Even though it’s short, it sees fewer trekkers unlike the ever-popular Everest and Annapurna treks, which see thousands of trekkers every year. There is a simple story as to how Langtang got its name which goes something like this – a long Read more