Nepal, home of the Himalayas and the majestic Everest, is one of Asia’s most popular destinations. Land of countless hiking opportunities and mind-blowing sceneries, Nepal is a country that demands to be visited.
A list of important things to know and consider before travelling to Nepal. Visas, money, travelling within the country, and more important tips that will make your trip to Nepal easier.
One of Nepal’s most beautiful cities, only a few kilometers from the capital. This is the city of Bhaktapur.
The best time I had in Nepal was without a doubt at Chitwan National Park. The proximity with animals during a walking safari and many more things made my time in Chitwan an incredible experience.
Kathmandu is the old capital of Nepal, a rugged and noisy playground with much to appreciate if given the time to explore.
This is my travel guide to Nepal’s capital: Kathmandu.
Of all the times I’ve fallen ill while travelling abroad, this one sucked the most, as it resulted in my being stranded in Nepal for the subsequent few months. This is the story of how it happened.
Not all destinations are always charming, and this is most true about Lumbini.
Touted as one of Nepal’s best destination for being the birth place of Lord Buddha, the small and extremely dusty town of Lumbini leave much to be desired.
Pokhara is possibly the most beautiful and most adventure-filled place in all of Nepal. Pokhara serves as a base for many treks into the Annapurna circuit and the Himalayas.
Pokhara is also the perfect place to lay back, relax, and take it all in, which is what I did. Here is the story of why I became very lazy in Pokhara.
Tansen is one of Nepal’s most beautiful towns. It is also one of the least visited.
With beautiful views of the Himalayas and historical small streets, the town of Tansen is a place that deserves some attention during your Nepal trip.
A personal account of how I became stranded in Nepal when the country decided to close its borders and lockdown its citizens due to the coronavirus pandemic.