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Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months

Nepal's Mountaineering Tourism Faces The Loss of 10 Billion Rupees

Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months– Nepalayatimes Nepal Resumes Mountaineering Activities After Five Months Kathmandu – The Nepal government has resumed the mountaineering activities five months after they were halted due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday. Meera Acharya, director at the Department of Tourism said that “As per the decision of cabinet meeting to resume …

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1200 Climbers Permitted to Climb Different Mountains in Autumn

1200 Climbers Permitted to Climb Different Mountains in Autumn – RSS/Nepalayatimes 1,200 Climbers Permitted to Climb Different Mountains in Autumn Kathmandu – One thousand two hundred climbers of 164 groups have acquired permission to climb mountains in this autumn season. The climbers have obtained permission from the Department of Tourism to climb 53 mountains including Mt Everest, Makalu, Manaslu, Ama …

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Mardi Himal Trek: Best Destination for this Season

Mardi Himal Trek: Right Destination

Nepalayatimes/Mardi Himal Trek: Right Destination Mardi Himal Trek: Right Destination Pokhara – Mardi Himal Trekking is one of the most awaited, fascinating legendary trekking destinations, which is considered as low elevation and moderate trekking trails inside the foothills of Annapurna region. Mardi Himal trekking route leads you through the prosperous village, dense forest with verities of flora and fauna, an …

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58 Thousand Tourists Arrive in Khumbu Region

58 Thousand Tourists Arrive in Khumbu Region

58 Thousand Tourists Arrive in Khumbu Region – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Around 58 thousand tourists have visited Khumbu Region in this fiscal year 2075-76. According to the information provided by the Sagarmatha National Park, Namche, Altogether 57,990 tourists from various countries have traveled to the Khumbu region. Rabin Chaudhary, Information Officer and Conservation Officer of Sagarmatha National Park said that …

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Please Know Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and Prevention

Nepalayatimes altitude sickness is termed as “Acute Mountain Sickness” which occurs when the body does not adjust due to the decreasing the amount of oxygen available on high altitude as we climb higher ranging usually about 2500 meters. Generally speaking, Altitude Sickness-Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a medical consideration while trekking in the Himalayas. Nepal Sanctuary Treks design trekking program …

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Six climbers, Five Sherpa Guides Summit Virgin Peak ‘Nupla Khang’

Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – Mount Nupla Khang has made the first climb by Six climbers along with five Sherpa guides of Madison Mountaineering Nupla Khang Expedition Team 2018 This team was moving towards through Himalaya Guides Nepal. According to one guides of this group Aang Phurba Sherpa, the expedition team led by Garrett Madison of the United States of America …

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4 Ladies Decide to Ride Over God

Indrasara Khadka/Nepalayatimes   Lalitpur -Four Ladies named Saraswati Thapa, age 20, a resident of Talkot Rural Municipality, ward no. 01, Pabitra Bohara, age 20, a resident of Surma Rural Municipality, Ward No. 03, Laxmi Budha, age 26, a resident of Saipal Rural Municipality, ward no. 03 and Sangita Rokaya, age 20, a resident of Saipal Rural Municipality, ward no. 03 …

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World Tourism Day: TAAN to be Organized Hiking on Sep 25

Dipak Parajuli/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) is going to organize Hiking from Kakani to Suryachaur in the occasion of World Tourism Day. Nepal is the land of Mt. Everest highest peak of the world and many Himalaya ranges. Nepal is famous for Rafting, Bungy Jump, Mountaineering, Adventurous Trekking, Ecotourism, Cultural tourism, Religious Tourism, and so many …

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