Written by our Nepal specialists, our travel articles are designed to give you a closer insight into Nepal, along with our top recommendations on what to do and where to go.
The 25th of April, 2016, marks the one-year anniversary of an earthquake that left over 8,000 Nepalese people dead and a further 20,000 injured. But, a year on, Nepal is starting to emerge from the rubble with grim determination and a fresh-faced optimism. We take a look at what’s happened, how the…
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Everest has become the ultimate tick in terms of adventure tourism and a serious prize. There is though a substantial cost associated with any asscent. However, from next year permits for climbs originating in Nepal will be considerably cheaper.
If the landscapes of the Himalayas and photos of Mount Everest have got you thinking about how you'd like to see the tallest mountain on earth, we round up the options open to you.
Since the first successful ascent of Mount Everest, 60 years ago on 29 May 1953, the mountain has lured countless climbers and trekkers keen to walk in its shadow and test themselves against the highest mountain on earth. Since then a host of other ascents have provided statistics and records, some…