Kathmandu adventures, Nepal
Update Mai the 12 2015
Travelgrove TeamLaxmi Dhakal, an official of the Nepalese Home Ministry confirmed that 42 people were killed (the most in Kathmandu and Dolakha) and at least 1,117 injured in the magnitude 7.3 earthquake.
Kathmandu international airport was closed for half an hour.
Due to the former earthquakes are still many rescue teams and aid worker in the region, maybe this time the rescue work will be much more effective.
Because of the two recent earthquakes that shattered the country recently, it is not safe to visit Nepal's affected regions at the moment. Only rescue teams, doctors and volunteers travel there at the moment. The first quake killed over 8,000 people and destroyed hundreds of thousands of buildings and there are no exact dates about the devastation caused by the second one. Camp Everest was closed after the first earthquake killed 18 climbers and all expeditions for the following months were suspended. If you had Nepal on your destination list, you should postpone your journey until the country is stable and recovered.
For more informations visit: The Tragedy of Nepal
Greeting from Nepal Himalayas!
Nepal Adventure point operating treks, mountaineering and tours in Nepal. This land is one of the most attractive destinations for budget and adventurous tourism and also known as the land of nature, culture and spectacular Himalayan adventure as well. Well, company also looking for tour operator to Nepal therefore if you have any interest to evolve in this tourism business and would like to be a local agent there then feel free to share the idea. Nepal Adventure point heartily welcome you and your friends to join for a memorable & wonderful, outdoor adventures, ecotourism, and life-enriching leisure experiences in Nepal.
For more information contact
Nepal Adventure Point (P.) Ltd.
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Area: 50.67 sq km Population: 671,846 Language: Nepali, Nepal Bhasa or Newari Monetary unit: Nepalese RupeeArchitectural Heritage Religion dominates the architecture of Kathmandu and Kathmandu has many stunning temples and stupas. In fact, the city itself derives its name from a structure called Kaasthamandap meaning ‘wooden temple’; standing in the Durbar Square. The 1596-built two-storey pagoda is believed to have been built using the timber of a single tree and has no iron nails or supports. Among the other temples are the world-famous shrines of Pashupatinath and the Kala Bhairav temples. The Swayambhunath stupa is the most... Read more »
Recent reviews for Kathmandu
Mustang Tiji festival Trekking Nepal - Dec 4, 2010, by nepalvisitors
Mustang Tiji Festival Trek 2011 Run By Nepal Visitors The historical remote Mustang trek unseal the once Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang, tucked away from the rest of the world, lies just north of the main Himalayan range of Nepal. Mustang,... Read more »
Vacation in Nepal - Aug 6, 2010, by kodamatour
RIVER RAFTING IN NEPAL In fact, Nepal is known to contain the world’s best rivers for white-water experiences. After mountain expedition river rafting is the most exciting and adventurous sport in Nepal. It is a journey on the... Read more »
Adventures on the Himalayas - Apr 21, 2009, by nepalibb
Greeting from Nepal Himalayas! My Name is B.B. Bhandari. Currently I am operating trekking and tours in Nepal. I am also looking for tour operator to Nepal therefore if you have any interest to evolve in this tourism business and would... Read more »
A trip to Everest Base Camp Trekking - Feb 4, 2010, by outfitternp
Everest base camp trekking is a famous and challenging trek in Khumbu Nepal. The trek is famous for its spectacular mountain peaks and friendliness of its inhabitants (Sherpa). The Everest region (Khumbu) is one of the most popular... Read more »
Things to see in Kathmandu - Aug 6, 2010, by kodamatour
We are pleased to organize tours in the historical, cultural, pilgrimage and Natural sites throughout the Kingdom. Nepal boasts a rich cultural, traditional, ethnic, biological and geological diversity. It is well worth exploring during... Read more »
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