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Our Nepal video: the view of Gangapurna Mountain

Our Nepal video

  When we arrived in Kathmandu, we were shocked by the chaos and mayhem everywhere on the road. It was certainly a good preparation for India, which we visited after Nepal. But we quickly fell in love with this amazing country. The scenery of the Himalayan mountains was breathtaking and probably our favourite memory of Nepal. In Kathmandu, we discovered ...
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Gay Nepal interview with Tilak from Kathmandu

Gay Nepal: Interview with Kathmandu local boy Tilak

Nepal ranks as one of our favourite destinations. It has some of the most beautiful scenery we’ve ever seen, particularly on the Annapurna circuit, and foodies will be excited to taste the many types of dal bhat. The icing on the cake, Nepal is a gay friendly country – by Asian standards of course.Before arriving ...
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10 interesting facts about Nepal

10 interesting facts about Nepal which will surprise you

Nepal ranks as one of the most beautiful countries we’ve visited in Asia. The treks like the Annapurna Circuit will blow your mind due to the incredible landscapes you pass in the Himalayas.The icing on the cake are the Nepalese people. They are warm hearted, humble and love welcoming foreigners.These are our 10 interesting facts ...
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Sebastien admiring the views from Thorong La Pass

Trekking Thorong La Pass: how difficult is it?

Thorong La Pass is the climax point of the Annapurna Circuit at 5,416 metres altitude and one of the hardest treks on the Annapurna circuit. At this altitude, there is only half of the oxygen available at sea level. This basicly means, that every step you take feels like you just ran a marathon.However, trekking ...
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planning annapurna trek Stefan admiring the view of the Himalayas from Manang village

Tips for planning your Annapurna Circuit trek in Nepal

Nepal is nicknamed, “the ceiling of the world”. It has 8 of the world’s 10 highest mountains and 100 mountains exceeding 7200m.The two most popular treks are to Mount Everest’s base camp (at 5,380m / 17,651 ft) and the Annapurna trek to the climax point of ‘Thorung La Pass’ at 5,416 metres (17,769 feet) altitude.We trekked the ...
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