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Top Reasons To Go Trekking In Nepal

Top Reasons To Go Trekking In Nepal

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - •Top reasons to go trekking in Nepal •A tiny percentage of people go hiking/trekking in their home or neighboring countries, and a small percentage of those people come trekking in Nepal. Do a trek in Nepal and be a part of ...

Festivals Of Darjeeling And Sikkim

Festivals Of Darjeeling And Sikkim

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Festivals of Darjeeling and Sikkim You must visit Darjeeling and Sikkim to witness the riot of kaleidoscopic of colors. Sikkim and Darjeeling are tucked away in the North Eastern corridor of India in the shadows of the Himalayas. Sikkim is the ...

National Parks And Wildlife Reserves Of Nepal

National Parks And Wildlife Reserves Of Nepal

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - National Parks and Wildlife Reserves of Nepal The protected areas of Nepal consist of mainly forested land at various locations in the Terai plains, the foothills of the Himalayan peaks and the mountains. It encompasses a multitude of landscapes and biodiversity ...

Conservation Areas Of Nepal.

Conservation Areas Of Nepal.

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) The Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) is home to some of the world’s highest peaks, the world’s most in-depth ravine-the Kali Gandaki River Valley. It is the largest protected area in Nepal that covers 7629 square km. ...

High Altitude Myths.

High Altitude Myths.

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Myth no. 1 – Do not use caffeine in altitude. Caffeine is a mild diuretic (it makes you pee), which shouldn’t concern you that it might dehydrate you and could cause AMS. This will only be true if you drink many ...

Amazing Festivals Of Bhutan

Amazing Festivals Of Bhutan

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - The Kingdom of Bhutan located on the eastern edge of the Great Himalayan range is also known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon.” This carbon neutral nation is also known as one of the happiest countries on earth. Here are ...

10 Amazing Festivals Of Ladakh.

10 Amazing Festivals Of Ladakh.

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Ladakh is known for its grand festivals with large colorful masks, traditional dancing and singing are a common sight at many of the cultural festivities that take place in the Leh region. Leh, the former capital of Ladakh, was once ...

12 Prominent And Popular Festivals Of Nepal.

12 Prominent And Popular Festivals Of Nepal.

Submitted by • August 22, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Nepal is known for its numerous grand festivals that are colorful and vibrant. Most of the major festivals celebrated in Nepal have a religious connection based on ancient mythology for several millennia. The majority of these festivals are Hindu and ...

How To Reach Everest Base Camp

How To Reach Everest Base Camp

Submitted by • August 21, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - A trekker with the wish to trek to Everest base camp can do it in several approaches. Start from Jiri or fly to Lukla both these treks follow partial footsteps of legendary mountaineering pioneers like Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing ...

Food On Himalayan Trekking Holidays.

Food On Himalayan Trekking Holidays.

Submitted by • August 21, 2018

www.responsibleadventures.com - Trekking is a wellness activity which helps in detoxification. We now provide meals that include superfood as part of the ingredients for better acclimatization to high altitude and better nourishment. There's plenty of it, and often our clients say that food ...

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