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Trekking

In 2018 Nepal’s first accessible trekking trail opened in Pokhara. The 1.3km trail complete with accessible bathrooms, regular signage and handrails has been praised by disability activists as the beginning of a more inclusive Nepal, especially with regards to tourism. The opening of the trail has raised some questions regarding accessibility in Nepal, what the...
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Nepal, home to the Himalayas and the great Mount Everest. However, did you know that Nepal has so much more to offer? Here we discuss 10 reasons to visit Nepal.  Wildlife If you are an animal lover, Nepal is the place for you! Home to the elusive Snow Leopard, in Nepal you have the chance...
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If you’ve  traveling through Nepal on a bus, that alone is an adventure, but for myself and my two friends it was just the beginning of our week long adventure into the Annapurna region. We left early from our home stay in Kathmandu in order to reach Pokhara, the gateway to the mountains, later the...
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Amongst the countless beautiful, captivating, and astounding destinations of Nepal, which till this day are still underrated, is the divine village of Dhampus leading up to Australian Camp. Quite shocking as it may seem, only a few hours of walk or drive from the famous lakeside city of Pokhara takes you to a whole different...
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