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How to Prepare for Everest Base Camp Trek?
1st December 2023 by PommieTravels
Preparing for the Everest Base Camp Trek (5364m) is essential to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. To get ready, make sure your body is strong by doing exercises like running and biking. Strengthen your legs and belly to walk better. Since you’ll be going up high, take it slow to get used to the altitude. Drink sufficient amount of water to stay healthy during high altitude treks....
18 Nepali Dishes You Need to Try | Nepal Food Guide
24th July 2023 by Emily Luxton
Discover the rich and diverse cuisine of Nepal with this comprehensive guide to must-try Nepali dishes. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised, as there is so much more to Nepalese food than the traditional dal bhat! From aromatic curries to delectable street snacks, this post will take you on a culinary journey through Nepal's vibrant food scene. So, get ready to tantalize your taste buds and explore the delicious flavours of this fascinating country....
6 of the very best places to visit in Kathmandu
1st April 2021 by Emily Luxton
A place where Hinduism collides harmoniously with Buddhism, Kathmandu is the largest city and the capital of Nepal. Known as the â€œCity of Templesâ€ and home to dozens of incredible places to visit, Kathmandu is an enigmatic and wild city that should be on every traveller’s wish list. Kathmandu is a city unlike any other. Unique, chaotic, and crazy, this is a place where cultures collide. The eclectic mix of architectures, cuisines, and influences can feel overwhelming, but...
Things you should know About Upper Mustang Trek in Nepal
28th January 2020 by PommieTravels
Nepal is one of the smallest countries of the globe. Nepal covers only 0.3 you look after the entire land area of Asia and 0.03% of the whole acreage of the planet. It’s the landlocked country that lies within the lap of two giant nations; India within the East, West & South, and China within the North. This country is within the developing phase. Though being a small country within the world, Nepal is filled with natural beauty, natural plants, unique style of some features, and cultural...
Everest Base Camp luxury trekking in Nepal - Ultimate guide
6th July 2019 by PommieTravels
One of the rarest trekking adventures is the Everest Base Camp Luxury Trekking in Nepal, and only a few people know about it. Trekkers can now enjoy a luxurious time exploring the Khumbu region without having to compromise on their needs. The EBC luxury trek is quite similar to the classic itinerary. Although you follow the same route, the priority is on catering to all your needs with extra care. You stay at the finest hotels that provide every standard amenity. Not to forget, loving people...
Seven days in Tibet
15th February 2015 by Follow Me East
Tibet is one of those mythical places that stirs the imagination and fuels the travel bug. Nicknamed 'the Land of the Snows', winter might not seem like the best time to go, however when we found ourselves in Nepal in December we were too close not to drop in on her mysterious Northern neighbour. Braving the elements, the snowed-in passes and the burden of Chinese bureaucracy, Follow Me East spent seven days in Tibet. On the road trip of a lifetime we discovered a landscape that left us...
Self-guiding treks in Nepal
19th January 2015 by Follow Me East
Following the avalanches in October 2014 that claimed over 40 lives, self-guided treks in the Himalayas have been a touchy subject, with many locals attributing the high death toll to budget tourists cutting corners. The truth of this is debatable as many of the people who sadly died had guides with them. In addition, some trails are well-trodden, basic and far from avalanche risks areas, so Follow Me East self-guided a six-day hike around the Annapurna range in Nepal to see how accessible it...
Weather in Nepal
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