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Book Now & Pay Later

Even at the worst time, wouldn’t it be nice to have something to look forward to? Keeping this in mind, we have amended our trip booking policy for the time being allowing interested travellers to book the trip with a minimal deposit payable and offering maximum flexibility. Yes, you read it right, book now and pay the trip amount later.  We have a wide range

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Bouddhanath Stupa

COVID-19 Nepal: Updates and Advices

22nd July 2020 Nepal Tourism Commence | Government allows tourism activities for the upcoming season On 21 July 2020, a high-level committee announced that all tourism-related activities will resume for the upcoming autumn season. With the resume of international commercial passenger flights, the government has announced that all trekking, climbing and other tourism-related activities can commence. Trekking and climbing permits will be issued for the

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Namche bazar view

Top 10 Nepal trips you should consider for 2020

Thinking of New Year’s resolutions? Why not resolve to see more of Nepal? From high Himalayan mountains to the plain lowland of Terai, Nepal is made up of so many diverse destinations that it’s hard to decide which place in Nepal deserves the distinction. With so diverse destinations, the activity and things to do in Nepal also varies widely. That’s why we, at Highland Expeditions

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Island peak climb

Top 10 Tips for Island Peak Climbing

With over 3o years of experience in mountaineering in the Himalayas, we have guided many climbers from around the world to the summit of Himalayan peaks. This gives us the perspective to be able to offer some tips for climbing Island peak safely and successfully. For each climb, we help prepare our clients in the best way and guide them on field ensuring safety and

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Prayer Flags

Things you should know about Prayer Flag

Prayer Flag is a colourful and rectangular cloth comprising of five different colours holds a strong belief in the Buddhist community. One of the most common sights that catch your attention beside the mountains while trekking and climbing in the Himalayas are the prayer flags. When you arrive in Nepal, the one thing that you will notice from the city, up to the mountains, through

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Do's and Don'ts in Nepal

Do’s and Don’ts in Nepal | Nepal Guide

Nepal a small Himalayan nation located in southeast Asia is a multicultural and multilingual country. In a small nation with just a total area of 147,181 sq. km you can find more than 100 ethnic groups with over 100 different spoken languages living in harmony. With many ethnic groups and their own beliefs and traditions; the cultural shock is usual to occur. Nepal is a

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Best places to visit in Nepal

Best Places to Visit in Nepal

You must have read other blogs stating top places to visit in Nepal, giving you an idea of the places perhaps with insights and tips. While we do not deny any facts or posts you have read, we being in the Adventure Travel Industry with a wealth of experiences and having been to the far-flung corner to the Himalayan nation have also listed the best

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Lumbini

Top 10 facts about Lumbini: Birthplace of Lord Buddha

Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha is a Buddhist pilgrimage site located in the Rupandehi district of Nepal. Queen Mahamayadevi on the way from her home in Kapilvastu to her parents home gave birth to the Lord Buddha after she suddenly went into labour at a beautiful garden, which is now known to the world as Lumbini. Top 10 facts about Lumbini 1. Lumbini during

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Adventurous things in Nepal

10 Adventurous things you can do in Nepal

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain Nepal as known to many as the land of the Himalayas or Everest is also a home for different adventurous

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Nepal tourist visa fees

Nepal Tourist Visa Fees (Updated July 2019)

The Nepal government has chosen to raise the visa fees for foreigners visiting Nepal. The decision of the government to raise the visa fees for tourists will become effective from July 17, according to the Department of Immigration (DoI). According to the new amendments on the Visa fees, foreigners visiting Nepal on a 15-day multiple entries tourist visa will now have to pay $30, up

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upper mustang trekking highlights

Upper Mustang Trek – Everything You Should Know

Situated in the western district of Nepal, Upper Mustang Trek has more than what meets the eye. This excellent spot has its very own history throughout the hundreds of years with regards to Asian history. The spot has been an arranging ground where shared advantages were stood up noisy by the rulers of Tibet and Nepal, therefore, bears a noteworthy job in playing its strategic

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Makalu Base Camp Trek

Meals and accommodation during trekking in Nepal

Fueled by the myriad of resources to explore and yet to discover, Nepal is at the zenith of trekking destinations. Known widely as the ‘Trekkers Paradise’, Nepal consists of numerous trekking routes that will leave you mesmerized all the way to your heart. Set on the lap of the world’s most magnificent mountains, the major areas for trekking are set in the Everest Region, Annapurna

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The best off the beaten treksi

The best off the beaten treks in Nepal

Dalai Lama once said, “Once a year, travel somewhere you’ve never been to.” In fact, if you travel often, travel somewhere no one has ever been to. While it’s an absolutely enticing experience to visit places that make it to the mainstream, it’s a whole new thing to explore the unchartered territories only a few have marked their presence in. Nepal is one of those

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best high passes treks in Nepal

5 best high passes treks in Nepal

If you have had a longstanding love for the Himalayans, crossing its enthralling passes may be something that you have always looked forward to. However, crossing these high passes is not something that you can do on a whim. For it, you need a strong determination, willpower, and the thirst to complete it. It is something that is only meant for true adventure seekers. Here,

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Trekking peaks in Nepal

Top 10 Trekking Peaks in Nepal | Peak Climbing

Trekking Peaks in Nepal is a specific permit classification given by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). It is the least expensive permit available, but it also is given to peaks that generally fall between 5,800 and 6476 meters above sea level. These peaks tend to be less technical in nature, and are mostly climbed by the novice climbers or those with little mountaineering experience. Nepal,

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