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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 Nepalese: boys in Kathmandu

Discover Gay Nepal with Kathmandu local boy Tilak

Before arriving in Nepal, we expected it to be another very socially conservative South Asian country like the Maldives and Sri Lanka, where gayness is a crime. But the reality for gay Nepal turned out to be quite different. In September 2015, the Nepalese government announced that the new constitution would enshrine laws protecting discrimination against ...
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Cows roam the streets freely in Nepal

9 interesting facts about Nepal

We were WOWed by Nepal.  Like most tourists who visit, we definitely plan to return.  It’s a very beautiful country and the really charming smiley Nepalese people are the icing on the cake.   Here’s our 9 observations about Nepal: #1 THE NEPAL STANDARD TIME ZONE Nepal is the only country in the world with its own time zone: the ...
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Sebastien admiring the views from Thorong La Pass

Crossing Thorong La Pass, Annapurna trek

Thorong La Pass is the climax point of the Annapurna Circuit at 5,416 metres altitude and one of the hardest things we ever done. Most trekkers start from Besi Sahar (1,000m) and work their way around the circuit anticlockwise to Pokhara over a 2-4 weeks period. This allows for a break mid way at the village ...
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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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