Showing posts with label Nepal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nepal. Show all posts

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Four Hours Evening Wander around Pashupatinath


If you are in Kathmandu do not know what to do in evening, you are evening peace lover and looking for cool place to sit see the locals, religion rituals going on: Pashupatinath is the best option for you. Many travel agent only operates day trip for 2/3 hours even the travel blogger did not mention it.  Pashupatinath the center of Hindus devotees from all over the world and temple has religious importance for Nepalese as well. In front of the temple, you can see the cremation going on.
But the evening aarti takes place and can see lots of people enjoying the religious songs, stories have added more beauty while you are sitting even though you did not understand the story. Even the water is polluted do not worry about it, seeing the local chaos brings more silent in you. Grab a seat and you do not want to put your legs into action.
sitting opposite site of the Pashupatinath temple, grabbing a closing view of local activities for the day, air that touches gently to your body while you are sitting, taking some shots from the camera, see the local visitors chanting with each other. I hope it brings you a nice feeling and relaxes though.
The best part of being here is sitting at the opposite side of the temple and keep the mouth shut, feeling the silent evening talk by Pashupati Temple. spontaneous feeling and tranquilize your thought while sitting at the bench of the temple
evening nice view with our local communities
light added more beauty to a temple and its surrounding
sitting at the steps of the temple
take shots for capturing your memories


All you need to do after all your day adventure grabs a car and go there around 5 PM. It is better to take a reserved car or tourist vehicle so that you can easily come to your destination at 9 PM.
 Don't miss the

Limi Valley Adventure


One of the wilderness areas of Nepal, valley limited its surrounding from the border of the Himalayan pass Hilsa and Chang La between Tibet, China and Nepal. The land of few areas still the means of transportation mules, donkeys, horses are used.
Trekking in Limi Valley, commence your journey from Nepalgunj to Simikot by air, Simikot the administrative headquarters of Humla. Trekking in an ancient trading route of Nepal and Tibet, China with a glimpse of Mt. Kailash, Mt Saipal, Ghur-La Mana dala, Mt. Mendun.With the dense forest one can observe wold, wild yak, blue sheep, wild ass, hare, Himalayan back beer. Own dialect form of Tibetan descendants with their unique culture and traditions.
The panoramic view from Gyuckarka which lies at an altitude of 5000 meters able to see the  Saipal, Kanjirawa, Kanti, Gorakh, Rishi Himalayan range. Nepal Government has issues limited and special permit fees even today for avoiding the disturbance of ecosystem. The thrilling adventure in Limi Valley with your trekking shoes, one of the earth rare land. At least two traveler is most.


Kathmandu to Nepalgunj
Nepalgunj to Simikot and trek to Dharapuri
Dharapuri to Sally Khola
Sally Khola to Muchu
Muchu Khola to Yari
Yari to Hilsa
Hilsa to Manepeme
Manepeme to Til
Til to Halji
Halji to Jang
Jang to Rest day for acclimatization
Jang to Yak Kharka
Yak Kharka to Viewpoint
Trek to Talung
Talung Base camp pass
Talung to Shingungma
Shingungma to Dhinga Laga
Dhinga Laga to Simikot
Flight to Nepalgunj to Kathmandu

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Department Of Tourism Info

Department of Tourism Nepal has seven branches located in:

Tourism Office, Kakadvitta
Mr. Ganesh Prasad Timilsina
Under Secretary
Tel: 023-562035, 023-562035

Tourism Office, Namche
Mrs. Binda Acharya
Section Officer
Mob. No: 9841263692
 
Tourism Office, Janakpur
Mr. Satya Narayan Shaha
Section Officer
Tel.: 041-520755, 041-520755
Tourism Office, Pokhara
Mr. Dolaj Dhakal
Under Secretary
Tel.: 061-520028, 061-520028
 
 
Tourism Office, Birgunj
Mr. Saroj Kumar Pokhrel
Section Officer
Tel.: 051-522083, 051-522083

Tourism Office, Bhairahawa
Mr. Khyam Bahadur Thapa
Under Secretary
Tel.: 071-520304, 071-520304

Tourism Office, Nepalgunj
Mr. Dipak Budathoki
Under Secretary
Tel.: 081-523507, 081-523507

Friday, October 27, 2017

One day Hiking Boudha to Kapan Gompa

If you want to walk-a-way from hassle and bustle of a city, want to see the Buddhist culture. The best option we would like to suggest you, half-day hike to Kapan Gompa. Walking way with your Kathmandu city, then take a local transportation to Boudha. Before reaching Boudha ask your driver or conductor to drop you in Pasang Lamu State and then your hiking begins. As you start your hiking and you will still able to see the local buses are passing along with you. Note that you can take a car to Kapan Gompa or other means of transportation.
Take a left route and passing along with local people. Slightly down with big trees and take right road go along with it.
9 am take a local bus, not more than 35 minutes but the road may on a busy traffic
10 am start hiking from Pasang Lamau Sherpa
Take a break if you like.
11 am at the hills other Gompa. stay here for an hour and break
12 am starting hiking to Next Gompa
30 minutes to reach next gompa
14 pm almost finish our hiking and start hiking to Bus station near from here.
Because of Bus may not available so must wait here.
By Bus, you can go up to the Buddha and stay here for couple of hours
16 pm back to Kathmandu


What do you need?
Hiking shoes
Some warm clothes while hiking in Winter, if summer no need but casual is ok anytime
Bottle of water and some snacks or dry food but remember that do not eat inside the Gompa.
In rainy season is not the best time to hike, the condition of the road is too muddy difficult to walk and hiking in hills then do not forget to bring an umbrella or waterproof clothing.

 







If you like to do small round tour in Kapan, Buddha and Pashupatinath Temple  a full day adventure

View of Annapurna Range

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