Gosaikunda, also known as frozen lake, is situated at an elevation of 4,380 meter in Rasuwa district of Nepal. There are other nine famous lakes such as Saraswati, Bhairav, Surya and Ganesh Kunda in periphery of Gosainkunda. In fact there are 108 small to medium lakes in total in this area and also the challenging ...01 September 2010
The most remarkable monument of Buddhism was built in the 5th century A.D. during the ancient Licchavi Dynasty’s king Man dev who also introduce first metric system in Nepal. Now it is belongs to UNESCO World Heritage Site which is one of the world’s biggest octagonal stepped stupa and popular shrine for both ...01 June 2010
The UNESCO world heritage site-Kathmandu Durbar Square is well renowned as Hanuman Dhoka Palace which is Nepal’s most popular site as a historical and cultural heart. The main palace and monuments of around built in medieval age by Malla Dynasty kings. The antique historical palace bears Nepal’s former reminisce ...01 June 2010
The breathe taking close up view of world’s highest peak Mt Everest can be seen only from the Kalapattar (5545m). The trekkers need to climb up Kalapattar (5545m) from Gorakshep teahouse the last stop which takes about an hour to the top of the ridge. Those who are seeking ultimate dream of Everest to see closely ...01 June 2010
Tourist arrivals to Nepal via air in the month of March recorded a healthy rise of 37.2 percent compared to arrival figures of the same period last year. According to Immigration Office at Tribhuvan International Airport, a total of 63,799 foreign tourists ...
06 April 2012
Nepal is popular destination in the world for trekking, mountaineering, whitewater rafting, wildlife safari and other many different adventure activities due to its extreme high Himalayan ranges and wonderful biodiversity. The Himalayan range content close to the one third of the entire greater Himalaya range including 8 of the world’s 10 highest mountains. There are about 1300 other peaks well above 6000 meters high resting in this region and below 6000m consists Glaciers, open windy barren, passes and Ri peaks.
Besides snow clad high Himalayas, the country has amazing tropical forest, magnificent water falls, challenging cliffs, peaceful lakes, and splendid landscapes are god’s gift to Nepal. Nepal’s Himalayas are not just only the tallest mountains in the world, they are also youngest mountains.