Stories Tagged 'Trekking'
In 1959, I returned home from Banaras to Amarpur. While I was there, one of my step-uncles, Baburam Aryal, came to visit. He was working in Kathmandu as a clerk in the secretariat office of Nepal’s first elected parliament and I had long conversations with him about my education and experiences in Banaras, what he was doing in Nepal’s civil service and what life was like in Kathmandu.full story »
The government has moved to clamp down on massive insurance fraud hatched by powerful brokers in trekking and mountaineering agencies in Nepal which involves bogus helicopter rescues and hospital treatment of tourists.full story »
Women are showing greater interest in becoming trekking guides with rising numbers of adventure seekers hitting the trails in the Himalayan foothills.full story »
The Tamang Heritage Trail in Langtang has reopened after remaining closed for three months due to the April 25 earthquake.full story »
The world famous Annapurna Circuit trekking route is safe and open for business, said an assessment report prepared by Miyamoto International, a global structural and earthquake engineering full story »
Gender shapes mobility and thus, constitutes an arena where female empowerment in Nepal can be discussedfull story »