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CDC’s Latest COVID-19 safety guidelines for travelers

The recent change in the COVID-19 safety guidelines updated by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 27 April 2021 is a great news to all travelers. Based on the travel safety measures and hygiene protocols, the CDC officially amended its guidelines. These changes have been quite advantageous, especially for those travelers...
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Nepal Starts Vaccination to the Frontline Hospitality and Tourism workers

Nepal Starts Vaccination to the Frontline Hospitality and Tourism workers

Nepal started its inoculation drive with the Indian COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021. In the first phase, frontline healthcare workers, emergency service workers, and the elderly were vaccinated. While in the second phase, a few additions have been made to that list. In the second phase, Nepal started its inoculation drive with the Chinese COVID-...
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Nepal Army Set To Clean Six Mountains In 2021, Cleanup Campaign in the Himalayas for Sustainable Environment

Nepal Army Set To Clean Six Mountains In 2021

Six mountains are set to be clear in 2021 by the Nepal Army, they are longing to clean several majestic mountains of Nepal such as  Mount Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Dhaulagiri. By cleaning the base camp and the area above it, the army supposed to collect and clean 35 tonnes...
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How To Get Entry Visa For Traveling In Nepal With 72hr PCR Test?

Himalayan country Nepal is the hub for trekkers & mountaineers seekers, which offers the best trekking and traveling experience in the world. Besides trekking and mountaineering, people love to visit this amazing country. So that, to experience its rich culture, diverse ethnical people, and medieval arts and architectures of its own.  And tourists also love...
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Nepalese Climbs K2 peak in Winter for the first time

Nepali Mountaineer Team Making History as They Top First in K2’s Winter ascent

Nepali anthem echoes at the summit of K2 mountain. The team of 10 mountain climbers from Nepal climbs the world’s most fearest peak, K2. Nepali Climbing Team makes history, by finishing first in K2 Winter ascent. Nepalese people especially, Sherpas are exceptional at mountain climbing. And this time, they made history by conquering the peak...
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Coronavirus(COVID19) Travel Updates [UPDATED: NOV, 2020]

Last updated on 15 March 2020, 11:30 hours Travelers may have a lot of questions about the novel coronavirus impacts on their impending travel plans or for those who have been planning to travel in a month or two. Here, we have tried to help you to understand more about how the COVID-19 disease may...
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Is Tanzania Affected By Coronavirus? [UPDATED: NOV, 2020]

The total count of validated coronavirus cases worldwide has reached more than fifty million of which more than thirty million have recovered. In Africa, 47 countries have been affected by coronavirus with total reported cases of around 1.4 million. There’s been a slight increase in COVID-19 infections in Africa over the past few weeks. The...
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Is there a Coronavirus in Nepal? [UPDATED: NOV, 2020]

The current spread of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has been keeping each one of us on the edge of our seats. And why wouldn’t it! The status quo of the contagious syndrome is incurable, yet incessant efforts of the medics and researchers worldwide to formulate a treatable vaccine are endless. The confirmed cases globally have exponentially...
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Australian Bushfire: How can you help?

Australia is burning. It is facing an unprecedented national crisis. The bushfire that engulfed Australia’s all six states in months has torn apart the rural communities destroying over 1500 households. More than two dozens people have lost their lives so far.  A number of towns have been evacuated as high temperatures and strong wind initiate...
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Everest Base Camp

Why Nepal’s Everest Base Camp is the trek of a lifetime?

What is it like to stand on the foothills of the world’s tallest mountain? I often wondered, painting my imagination with blue skies standing on piles of snow surrounded by fluttering prayer flags. But my mind’s eye had a different vision far from the actual reality. The reality of walking to the high altitude my...
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