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Mountaineering Team pull back Everest expeditionAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016The mountaineering team that lost their Sherpa guide in the avalanche while Everest summits on April 18 has decided to pull back from their attempt to scale the world highest mountain this year. Various trekking agencies have canceled the expedition. More than 30 team with one  Nepali team had taken the permit to scale the Mount Everest. The pain of losing members of the expedition team and lack
10 Reason why you should travel to NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 201610 Reason why you should travel to Nepal 10 Reason why you should travel to Nepal Himalayas has number of high altitude mountains. Out of top 10, Nepal had a top 7 mountain including top of the world Everest. Edmund Hilary once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” Considered as the ultimate “Himalayan Utopia” by trekkers and mountaineers worldwide, the mysterious land
Trekking Grade in NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Grade A (▲) This is also called easy grade. Obviously easiest trip are designed to enjoy each and every one, even for family groups with younger children. We offered wide range of easy trek for which trekker  have to physically fit only that means need stamina of walking 5-6 hour in a day. In this grade trekker have to pass up to 3000 meter of altitude, with 7 – 10 days of trekking camp. Who
Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among SherpasAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016 The unforgivable tragedy day in  Mt.Everest Avalanche day The Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among Sherpas . The climber who had hoped to reach the summit of Mount Everest have instead begun the long journey home. Several climbers described an atmosphere that had become menacing, after a handful of Sherpa organizers threatened colleagues who planned to continue. Some climbe
Avalanche survivors return from kanchangungaAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Avalanche survivors return from kanchengunga In Kanchenjunga region two mountaineers, one of whom survived the Wednesday’s avalanche at Mount Yalung Kang, have returned after they failed to locate the bodies of three team members who were killed in the incident. Among the survivors, Nga Tashi Sherpa of Sankhuwasabha and Indian national Rajeev Bhattacharjee, returned to Kathmandu on Saturday. Mea
Rai, Sherpa clinch Everest Marathon titlesAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Everest Marathon 2011 Sudip Kulung Rai and Aang Chuttin Sherpa won the Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon on Thursday. Everest Marathon  2011 champion and 2010 runner-up Rai claimed the men’s marathon in three hours 53 minutes and eight seconds. Rai edged Bhim Bahadur, who timed 3:53:58 hours, and his own brother Suman (4:08:10 hours) to win world’s one of the most challenging marathons after t
Rhino killed in Chitwan sanctuaryAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016CHITWAN – Barely a few weeks after Nepal marked the second consecutive ‘ Zero Poaching Year ’, a rare one-horned rhino has been found dead in the Chitwan National Park (CNP), apparently killed by wildlife smugglers. The poachers killed the rhino in the proposed Dobhan Buffer Zone Community Forest in Jagatpur VDC in the district on Friday night. The CNP officials and Nepal Army  person
Rato Machhindranath jatra endsAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Rato Machhindranath jatra Festival KATHMANDU, JUN 23 – The month-long Rato Machhindranath jatra ended on Sunday with the public display of the black jewel-studded vest known as ‘bhoto’ in Patan. The concluding ceremony was graced by President Ram Baran Yadav, Vice President Paramananda Jha, chiefs of constitutional bodies, top bureaucrats, diplomats and senior security officials along w
Rolpa first home stay service starts operationAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016The Gurung community in Libang-9 of Rolpa has started homestay services. According to District Development Committee-Rolpa, the Gurung Community Homestay is the first of its kind in the hilly districts of the mid-western region. The homestay has been formally launched after a successful trial spanning more than two and half years. The facility was developed with financial assistance of Rs 350,000
16 Domestic Carriers Grounded for failed on fulfill safety standardsAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016KATHMANDU – Sixteen domestic airlines, including the national flag carrier, will be grounded from Wednesday as the regulator did not renew their air operator certificates (AOC) on Tuesday—the deadline for AOC renewal. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) said the carriers did not fulfill the required international safety oversight standards. By the time the Post went to the press,
Lower Mustang set for the Yartung festivalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016On the day of Janai Purnima, August 10, the settlements of Lower Mustang will wake up to the boisterous festivities of Yartung Mela. And as in previous years, the residents are all set to welcome visitors from near and far to enjoy the scenic beauty of the hidden valley and participate in an age-old ritual. The yartung fair festival in lower mustang is celebrated all over mustang and is especially
18 Leopards dead in a yearAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016KASKI – In a recent tally, at least 18 leopards have been found dead in the jungles of Pokhara since the past year. The toll apparently increased since many of the injured and sick leopards could not get timely treatment. According to the District Forest Office in Kaski , the death toll is rising at an alarming rate since the district does not have a veterinary specialising on the treatmen
The sarangi’s changing faceAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Sarangi is a much-cherished Nepali instrument. Originally played by Gandarvas who traveled the country singing folk tunes, the instrument, in recent days has starting taking up a new identity altogether. The four-stringed instrument, traditionally accompanying vocals, is now being adapted as an instrument in bands, ensembles and solo performances, and sarangi players like Kiran Nepali are contribu
10 Reason why you should travel to NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Himalayas Adventure: Nepal has number of high altitude mountains. Out of top 10, Nepal had a top 7 mountain including top of the world Everest. Edmund Hilary once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” Considered as the ultimate “Himalayan Utopia” by trekkers and mountaineers worldwide, the mysterious land of Nepal offers some of the greatest trekking and mountaineering e
World’s Longest Zip-Flyer begins in NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Zip- flyer is the newly opened  weekend Adventure activities in Nepal. The longest Zip-Flyer has started in Lake City of Pokhara, Nepal. According to the promoters the Zip- flyer is new in Naples’s context and it would be of great help to promote adventure tourism. The Zip –flyer which starts at the height of 5032 ft in Sarankot and ends at 3000 ft in Hemja Plain is 1860 m long. It runs at th
Jumla – Rara MarathonAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Himalayan marathon club-Nepal is organizing the Jumla-Rara Ultra Marathon on October 10 2014. The race starts at Jumla Bazaar(2305 M), and finishes at the Rara Lake (2800 M). the course measured 26.3 Miles/4205 KM and although it is basically uphill and downhill, the trail undulates and there are two steep uphill (Dhaphe 3500M) and (Bhulbhule 2950 M). The race starts at 6:00 am and there is a cut-
21 die, nearly 100 missing in blizzards, avalancheAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Unusual rains accompanied by snowstorm which swept through western Nepal, have reportedly killed at least 21 people, including 12 foreigners, and left scores missing. Eighteen have been rescued from different incident sites in Manang and Mustang districts on Wednesday. The Home Ministry has, however, put the number of deaths at 11. Three persons, believed to be local yak herders were found dead in
President Dhamala attends Nepal Tibet join meetingAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) President Ramesh Prasad Dhamala attended 8th Nepal-Tibet Joint Tourism Coordination Committee Meeting held in Lhasa from December 23 to 27. Tulsi Prasad Gautam, director general of Department of Tourism (DoT), had led a 16-member Nepali delegation in the meeting. Similarly, Zeng Wanming, vice chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region of China, had led
New bird species sighted in Annapurna conservation area(ACAP) New bird species sighted in Annapurna conservation area(ACAP)Auther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016KASKI – Two new bird species have been found in the Annapurna Conservation Area, the country’s largest sanctuary located in the western region. Paras Bikram Singh, conservation officer at the Annapurna Conservation Area Project ( ACAP ), and Sijan Gyanwali, a researcher, spotted Pied Cuckoo (Clamator jacobinus) and Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps indica), putting the total number of avian spec
Seminar on mountain safety organizedAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, May 26th, 2016Stakeholders have underlined the need to enhance safety measures for effective development and promotion of mountain tourism. Speaking at a seminar on Mountain Tourism Safety organized by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) in Kathmandu, they said destinations should now assure visitors on safety as it has become a crucial issue. Presenting his working paper, Dave Bamford, an adventure tourism