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The Taste of the South

The southern foothills and inner Terai of Nepal from Mechi to Mahakali are inhabited by the indigenous community of Tharu. This ethnic group has been living in forests for many years practicing farming and fishing. Their cuisine is diverse with several different subgroups distinguished by geographical boundaries, cultural features and…

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​Explore the Eight-Thousanders of Nepal

Nepal is widely known as the “Himalayan Kingdom” due to the dominance and location of the Himalayas. Among the 14 mountains in the world that are known as “Eight-thousanders” (as these mountains are 8,000 meters above sea level), 8 of them fall in Nepal. While Nepal is known for its…

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​The Mardi Himal Trek: An Eco-friendly Trek

Nepal has always been a trekkers’ paradise. Every year thousands of tourists from all over the world visit Nepal for its natural beauty, cultural diversity and spectacular high mountains. Annapurna region alone has dozens of trekking destinations ranging from short to multiday treks of 2-3 weeks duration.   Pokhara is…

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