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    Draped along the greatest heights of the Himalaya, the kingdom of Nepal is a land of sublime scenery, time-worn temples, and some of the best walking trails on earth. It's a poor country, but it is rich in scenic splendor and cultural treasures. The kingdom has long exerted a pull on the Western imagination and it's a difficult place to dislodge from your memory once you leave. This is why so many travelers are drawn back to Nepal, armed the second time round with a greater appreciation of its natural and cultural complexity, a stout pair of walking boots and a desire for improved leg-definition.

    I am an independent trekking guide in Nepal and have ten year's experience in this travel and tourism industry. I have a wide variety of skills in this sector and can guarantee that foreigners who visit with me in Nepal are truly positive and happy with me and confidently recommend my service to new visitors to Nepal.

    Trekking is the emphasis of a visit to Nepal on account of the wide range of geographical features. The country nurtures a variety of vegetation and landscape. In addition to the natural environment is the rich Himalayan culture. Thousand of visitors trek to different parts of Nepal every year to experience its rustic charm, nature and culture. Most treks go through areas between 1000 to 3000 meters, although some popular parts reach over 5000 meters.

    We offer trekking, rafting, sight seeing, jungle safari, rock climbing, pilgrim's tour, Tibet tour, mountain flight, eco trekking, peak climbing, home stay program in countryside and many more.

    Three regions are famous for teahouse trekking in Nepal, which is Annapurna (3 to 28 days), Everest (6 to 30 days) and Langtang/Gosainkunda/Helambu (5 to 18 days) and between these regions, Annapurna is the most well-known teahouse route in Nepal. Consider my service, my hardworking nature, organization to your satisfaction in our Himalayan kingdom of Nepal.

    Tibet

    Tibet 'Shangri La', 'the Rooftop of the World' - locked away in its Himalayan fortress, Tibet has long exercised a siren's hold on the imagination of the West. Mt. Kailash is revered in the Sanskrit literature as the abode of Lord Shiva the destroyer and transformer of the Hindu Triad, and his divine consort Parvati. Mt. Kailash as it's manifestation of Mt. Meru has an important role in great churning of "Thesis Sea". (Mahasagar Manthan) Hindus, Buddhists, the Jains and the Bons regard this extraordinary mountain as the 'heart of the universe'. In the same periphery of this sacred mountain, twin lakes of Mansarovar and Rakshas Taal are situated which are supposedly a place for heavenly ablution as on it still people can observe god and goddess taking an ablution.

    Lhasa Tours

    Lhasa - capital of probably the most unusual and mysterious land in the world where the fantastic new Tibet Railway now leads. This is a city that throngs with tourists who have earnestly longed to go there. A perfectly devised tour package is offered for your Lhasa trip so as to include its impressive heritage; sites like the splendid Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Norbulingka Park, Drepung Monastery, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, and the Tibet Museum. This tour will give you an insight into the profound spiritual history and atmosphere of this deeply religious country. Please bear in mind that Tibet Travel is more challenging than tours in any other Chinese cities on account of the extreme altitude.

    Welcome to Mt. Kailash

    Mt. Kailash is revered in the Sanskrit literature as the abode of Lord Shiva the destroyer and transformer of the Hindu Triad, and his divine consort Parvati. Mt. Kailash as it’s manifestation of Mt. Meru has an important role in great churning of “Thesis Sea”. (Mahasagar Manthan) Hindus, Buddhists, the Jains and the Bons regard this extraordinary mountain as the ‘heart of the universe’.Inthe same periphery of this sacred mountain, twin lakes of Mansarovar and Rakshas Taal are situated which are supposedly a place for heavenly ablution as on it.

    It gives us divine pleasure in facilitating the pilgrimage of the all-faithful “Shiv-Bhakts” to the Mother of all “Tirtha Sthaan” - Kailash Manas Sarovar. Mount Kailash is one of the world’s most sacred spots. To experience its spiritual energy you must go there but with the right intention in mind. This is a pilgrimage and the intent should be to visit it for peace, both within each person and then the world. Tibetans leave an article of clothing or a drop of blood, hair or a stone to symbolize leaving their prejudices behind them. One should leave their ego, anxiety and meanness here.

    Bhutan

    The Royal Government of Bhutan recognizes that tourism is a world-wide phenomenon and an important means of achieving socioeconomic development particularly for developing countries like Bhutan. It also recognizes that tourism, in affording the opportunity to travel, can help in promoting understanding among peoples and building closer ties of friendship based on appreciation and respect for different cultures and lifestyles.

    There are, however, problems associated with tourism which, if not controlled, can have devastating and irreversible impact on the local environment, culture and identity of the people. Realizing these problems and the fact that the resources on which tourism is based are limited, the tourism industry in Bhutan is founded on the principle of sustainability, meaning that tourism must be environmentally and ecologically friendly, socially and culturally acceptable and economically viable. The number of tourists visiting Bhutan is regulated to a manageable level because of the lack of infrastructure.

    Towards achieving this objective, the Royal Government, since inception of tourism in the year 1974, has adopted a very cautious approach to growth and development of the tourism industry in Bhutan. In order to minimize the problems, the number of tourists has been maintained at a manageable level and this control on number is exercised through a policy of government regulated tourist tariff and a set of administrative requirements explained in the following Sections. Tourism in Bhutan was privatized by the Royal Government of Bhutan in 1991. Today it is a vibrant business with 33 private operators at the helm of affairs. The Royal Government of Bhutan adheres strongly to a policy of low volume, high value tourism.

    Paragliding in Nepal

    Paragliding is a relatively new adventure sport in Nepal. It is in this Himalayan country can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure-seekers. You can experience unparalleled scenic grandeur as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites, while floating over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungles, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalayas.

    The last three years have seen the activity flourish in Pokhara, and it now is an internationally recognized destination for free-flight enthusiasts.

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    Wow alot of information about nepal and trekking, thanks for sharing.
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