Nepal Travel News
Many hikers and backpackers come to Nepal for its mountainous terrain; however, the oft-overlooked beauty of the country's lowlands offers visitors the chance to see some of the world's most pristine subtropical paradises.
Famous for its monkey residents, Nepal's Swayambhunath Temple has been a divine destination for locals and travelers alike for centuries.
A starting and ending point for many of the world's most demanding hikes, Nepal guests in Pokhara can mentally and physically prepare for the brutal weeks ahead or ease back into civilization.
While only the world's best, craziest and most experienced mountaineers ever have the opportunity to actually climb Mount Everest, it is not impossible for regular Joes with a taste for adventure travel to get close to the main event.
The Himalaya mountain range stretches over more than 2,500 kilometers, from the Brahmaputra River in the east to the Indus River on its western side.
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