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Manthali airport - Ramechhap
Flying to Lukla after October 2022 – What you need to Know. Starting October 2022, all flights to and from Lukla will be conducted from Manthali airport in Ramechhap district – not Kathmandu. This airport is 87 miles (140 Kilometers) from Kathmandu. The drive to/from Manthali is around 5-6 hours. The flight duration from Manthali...
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Crew at Namrung, Manaslu Circuit Trek
Crystal Mountain Trek’s Trip Rating System Our trips are rated on a scale from 1 to 5: 1 being the easiest and 5 being the most difficult. 1 Easy: Hotel nights, non-camping journeys, optional hikes, little elevation gain or loss. 2 Moderate: Hotel nights and/or deluxe, safari-style camping, hikes of two to four hours on...
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Ideal number of days to spend in Nepal: Although a small country, Nepal has much to offer. Yes, Nepal is famous for towering mountains. But we also have a diverse culture, numerous historical and religious sites, jungles with wildlife and other natural beauty. It is the perfect destinations for extreme mountaineers, casual hikers and non-hikers...
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Punakha Dzong
Bhutan will start welcoming tourists again after September 23. After remaining shut for two years during the pandemic, travelers will now be allowed to travel to Bhutan with a test at the Paro airport. They will be under observation for 24 hours until their test results are available. But the opening will come with a...
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Anita at Annapurna Base Camp
August Newsletter – Monsoon edition We recently celebrated Janai Purnima which falls on the full moon day in the Nepali month of Shrawan. (This is the year 2079 BS in the Nepali Calendar). On this day, Holy thread is tied around the wrist to help purify the soul and protect the individual from evil. And...
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Things to know before heading for a trek in Nepal. Advance Planning – What to do in the months before the trip Passport You will need a passport that is current and valid for at least 6 months after your return. You must have a blank page for each country you will visit. If you...
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Annapurna Joyel Dhieux group
Discounts on winter treks in Nepal We would like to encourage trekkers to trek in Nepal during the Winter months of December, January and February. As an incentive, we are announcing a massive sale of US$ 350 per person on the published prices on select treks as listed on our website. While it is definitely...
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Tips on treks
How does tipping on treks in Nepal work? Tipping after a trek in Nepal has become customary and is expected. That said, if you are not satisfied with the service, we do NOT expect you to tip. The amount you tip depends on several factors such as group size, trip duration and your satisfaction. We...
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Rescue helicopter on Teri La
Travel insurance for treks in Nepal: Almost all trekking companies in Nepal and your home country will REQUIRE proof of travel insurance for a trek in Nepal, and they should. While trekking is generally a safe activity, as with all outdoor activities, there is some risk. Most importantly, your insurance should include coverage for emergency...
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High Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness occurs if you ascend too quickly without allowing your body to adjust properly to the rarefied air. Understanding high-altitude sickness is very important if your trek involves hiking over 9,100 feet/2,800 meters. While the percentage of oxygen remains constant atmospheric pressure decreases as one goes higher; hence as one ascends...
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