Simply put on a camping trek in Nepal all you need to do just about is eat, sleep and walk Yet the thought of camping high and wild in the Himalayas seems to either inspire people or send them running in search of a 5 Star hotel! Here's our FAQ's about a camping trek in the Nepal Himalaya.
Stuart Butler - Author of the Rough Guide to Nepal and Lonely Planet Trekking in Nepal recently went hiking into Upper Mustang, Nepal with Snow Cat Travel
Reaching Upper Dolpo (for locals and tourists alike) involves many days of challenging trekking over high mountain passes, as well as negotiating the fearsome "Demon's Trail" that skirts its way perilously above the impossibly turquoise waters of the stunningly beautiful Phoksundo Lake.
With a back drop of the magnificent Himalayas, a soaring vulture with a colossal wing span is a wondrous sight. In Nepal they've taken the initiative in getting tourism to play an important part in saving the plight of the vulture. Yes.....Vulture Restaurants, fly in not drive in. These amazing birds are in big trouble … Continue reading Supper’s Ready – Vulture Restaurants of Nepal
The Festival of Lights is one of the most dazzling of all Hindu festivals in Nepal. The Laxmi Puja is a very special, auspicious part of this festival and widely celebrated throughout the Kathmandu Valley in particular.
Hike, Bike and Raft the famous Annapurna Circuit Forget the Olympics, here's a triathlon-Himalayan style. This once world famous classic trekking route has been re-invented and re-imagined into a unique multi-activity adventure. Trek over the mighty Thorung La (5416m) to Jomsom, descend by Mountain Bike beneath Dhaulagiri & Annapurna, then whitewater raft the Kali Gandaki River.
Family life in a remote Himalayan mountain village in Nepal has many similarities to family life just about anywhere.The kids have school homework to do....meals need to be cooked....a living needs to be earned etcThe basic needs of shelter, warmth, love, food, water are the same.....the difference is that a lot of this isn't achieved … Continue reading Family is Family – Nepal Himalaya