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
Talk about remote. The region of Mustang lies behind the Himalayas on the Tibetan plateau. Nowadays this region is more accessible than ever thanks to the 18 minute flight from Pokhara....
When it comes to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Nepal has more than it's fair share.....whether it may be amazing architecture or stunning landscapes. For simplicity, Nepal's World Heritage sites can be categorised into four distinct and very, very different locations
A unique opportunity to partake in a very special Nepal "not for profit" tour. Combining an eco-holiday with voluntourism and much, much, more. Contribute – Create – Flourish – Adventure This is a “not for profit” group tour to not only see the splendour of the Himalayas, but to also get really involved, contribute and … Continue reading GO “MAD” IN NEPAL –How you can “Make a Difference”
The Yeti lives high up in the remote parts of the Himalayas....allegedly. Here's our guide to spotting Yeti...guaranteed*
What's the best thing about Nepal? Nope......it's not Everest! OK...the dream of seeing Everest may be the big attraction for the first time visitor to Nepal, but I'll wager that Nepal's "secret" weapon is the fondest and most lingering memory.
Dolpo is one of the most inaccessible parts of the Himalayas. There are no roads and even after flying to a mountain airstrip there's several days of walking involved just to get there. Oh....and the Demons Trail,plus a 5000 metre pass to cross and then you've gotta walk out again. Throughout you're rarely below 4,000 … Continue reading People within a Landscape, Dolpo, Nepal