Sherpa brothers set new record in mountaineering

Kathmandu: Two Sherpa brothers of Nurbuchaur in Makalu VDC in Sankhuwasabha district in eastern Nepal have set a new record in mountaineering. Climbers Mingma Sherpa and Chhangdawa Sherpa have set a record by climbing all 14 peaks of the world above 8,000 meters. Climber Sherpa family is preparing to write a new record in the...
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Chinese tourists world’s biggest spenders in 2012

Chinese tourists overtook travelers from Germany and the US to become the world’s biggest spenders in 2012 with an expenditure totaling a record USD 102 billion. Expenditure by Chinese tourists abroad has also increased almost eightfold since 2000. A study by the United Nation’s World Tourism Organization said Chinese citizens’ overall expenditure on overseas travel...
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Old foes to battle for world record on Everest

AN 82-YEAR-OLD Nepalese man who holds the world record for being the oldest person to summit Mount Everest will defend his title against a familiar octogenarian competitor, organisers said Thursday. Min Bahadur Sherchan’s record for scaling the world’s highest peak at 76 is being challenged by arch rival Yuichiro Miura of Japan, who is already...
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Nepal officials vow Everest security

Nepal officials vowed to ensure the safety of climbers seeking to scale Mount Everest after three European climbers were involved in a fight with sherpa guides on their way to the peak of the world’s highest mountain. Three experienced climbers from Britain, Italy and Switzerland were on route to camp three at 7,000 meters (22,965...
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Your next getaway – Tibet

Want to experience deep into the Holy Land in the Himalayas with lots of options, freedom and flexibility? Desiring to hassle free utopian destination in the abode of spiritual aroma? Dreaming for off the beaten path to the land of peace and tranquility? Experience the Tibet’s age-old Buddhist cultural and religious sites for the peace...
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Nepal Tourism eyes East India

The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) is embarking on a 3-city road show with the aim of increasing awareness and educating the Indian travelers on Nepal’s tourism products and offerings. The road show will target prominent cities of East India namely Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Ranchi on Apr 23, 25 and 27 respectively. After successful tourism promotional...
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Enjoy Isolated Adventure in Ladakh

Gear up your adventure traveling spirit with Himalayan Glacier. Enjoy the very rare moments of adventure traveling in the isolated region of Jammu and Kashmir of India and submerge within the beauty of Ladakh. Ladakh is located in the region of Jammu and Kashmir in the most northern state of India. It is a very...
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7 Nepali women to climb Aconcagua peak

KATHMANDU: A group of seven Nepali women, on a mission to scale the tallest peaks of all seven continents, has decided to climb the Aconcagua peak of Argentina, South America in February next year. The group has already scaled the highest peaks of Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa. The last successful ascent of the seven...
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Adventure Hiking in the Himalayas

Unleash your repressed adventure dream to Himalayas in this spring with Himalayan Glacier and implode your soul within the breathtaking sceneries of Himalayas and cultural innocence of Himalayan habitations. Browse us, we take you to the highest peak of the world to the multiple avenues of cultural diversity of Himalayas. Our highly customized dream trips...
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Nepali hosts longest-ever talk show

Rabi Lamichhane, a Nepali who normally lives in the United States, stayed on air for more than 62 hours. He interviewed politicians, journalists and celebrities on the theme “Buddha was born in Nepal”, and took phone calls from viewers. The previous record was set by two Ukrainian presenters who stayed on air for 52 hours...
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