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JUNGLE JEEP SAFARI IN CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK

One of the options to see the wildlife in Chitwan national park is to go on a jeep safari. During this trip you will sit in de back of an open jeep to see the animals. The driver will stop to show places and animals. You will have a great opportunity to get some good pictures this way.

During the trip, the guide will hang at the back of the vehicle to spot animals. He will also give information about the environment and the wildlife.

To do the Jeep safari you get two options:

The first option is a short safari. This will take about 4 hours and you are in the jeep with a maximum of 7 people. With your back, you will sit to the side of the jeep. This safari will start around 13.00 p.m. and finish around 17.00 p.m.

The second option is a full day safari. The jeep is more comfortable as you have better seats and a private car. This trip will start early in the morning and you will finish around the same time as the short drive. With this trip, you will go deeper into the jungle, and here you will have more chances to see tigers. During this trip, the lunch will be eaten in the jungle itself.

Don’t be afraid, you don’t have to catch your own food.

Tip: During a jeep safari you should not wear bright colors. This will scare the animals so off-white, Black, grey, and dark green is preferred.

MAJOR ACTIVITIES IN CHITWAN

For the guest who is more into nature, we furnish them with individual activities to them. The activities below and others like Elephant Bathing, Local cultural Dance, and Tower night stay are also served as per guest choice and demand.

Chitwan Elephant Safari

The elephant safari is one of the best ways to spot wildlife from up close. Because the elephants can come close to other animals without them noticing that there are people on the elephants back, you can come up to 1 meter from other animals.

During the trip, you are never alone. The rider sits in the front and next to him; you are always accompanied by professional guides and naturalists.

Tip: On the back of an elephant you can get very close to the wildlife. Beware that you have to be very quiet to do so! One sound and you will scare of the tigers, rhino’s, deer’s or one of the other animals.

Jeep Safari in Chitwan National Park

One of the options to see the wildlife in Chitwan national park is to go on a jeep safari. During this trip you will sit in de back of an open jeep to see the animals. The driver will stop to show places and animals. You will have a great opportunity to get some good pictures this way.

During the trip, the guide will hang at the back of the vehicle to spot animals. He will also give information about the environment and the wildlife.

To do the Jeep safari you get two options:

The first option is a short safari. This will take about 4 hours and you are in the jeep with a maximum of 7 persons. With your back you will sit to the side of the jeep. This safari will start around 13.00 p.m. and finishes around 17.00 p.m.

The second option is a full day safari. The jeep is more comfortable as you have better seats and a private car. This trip will start early in the morning and you will finish around the same time as the short drive. With this trip you will go deeper in the jungle and here you will have more chance to see tigers. During this trip, the lunch will be eaten in the jungle itself.

Don’t be afraid, you don’t have to catch your own food.

Tip: During a jeep safari you should not wear bright colors. This will scare the animals so off white, Black, grey, dark green are preferred.

Canoe Ride in Rapti River – Chitwan

If you came to Chitwan to relax, the canoe ride is a good way to do so. Also after a few days in the wild, this is great chance to become calm again.

With a canoe you will slowly pass the shores of the rivers which are full with amazing crocodiles and beautiful birds. During the trip you are accompanied by a guide who will tell you about the animals. Off course you don’t have to peddle yourself as a boatman joins the ride.

Chitwan Jungle Walk

If experiencing the wild plains of Nepal and bird watching interests you, we suggested that you take a Jungle walk with our naturalist. This walk provides you with the ideal situation of viewing the wild animals very close. Bird Watching is always best on foot. Our specialists will help you spot identify the different varieties of birds, both local and migratory, that are found in Nepal.

Tip: During a jungle walk you should not wear bright colors. This will scare the animals so off white, Black, grey, dark green are preferred.

Village Walk
The jungle Scenery, birds and animals alone do not make up the unique features of Chitwan National Park. The indigenous local people, the Tharus, are also of immense interest. A professional guide/expert naturalist will accompany you through the area and help you gather insights into the Tharu way of life.

Bird watching tour in Chitwan

Chitwan National Park, a habitat of 555 approx. species of birds have been considered one of the perfect places for bird watching in Nepal. All around the 942 Sq. KM of the national park and its buffer zones these various, migrating as well as all-season birds chirp and fly all around and there is when we can spot them, their varieties, do there characterization. The different species of birds found in Chitwan National park which can be varieties of kingfishers, Peacocks, Storks, Bulbul birds, Eagles, and Ruddy Shelduck.

These varieties of birds are often sighted during the jungle safari activities. The Chitwan bird watching tour is organized where an experienced Nature Guides will assist our guests. Normally for a birdwatching tour, we go inside the Jungle , River banks , the plain grass lands where there is higher chances of spotting birds.

Chitwan Elephant Breeding Center

Next to the wild adventures in the national park, Chitwan National Park has a second major attraction; the elephant breeding center. This was installed because the elephant population is becoming endangered in Nepal. The elephant breeding center is unique as it is one of the only 2 in the world.

You can have the opportunity to visit this center and see the elephant cows with their calves. Next to this, you can learn more about the efforts to increase the pachyderm population at the center.

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2022, Tour Planning

6 Summer Vacation ideas for 2022

Summer is just around the corner, and the promise of longer, warmer, sun-filled days—along with increasingly relaxed travel policies around the world—has the Indagare Community buzzing with anticipation for some much-needed getaways, below is a list of 6 best summer vacation ideas for 2022 to enjoy with your family and friends.

Maldives

This nation of more than a thousand tiny islands contains a water world to satisfy the tropical fantasies of surfers, scuba divers, beach lovers and honeymooners. For an extended summer vacation that is truly far-flung—with five-star service and amenities—escape to one of the many luxurious overwater bungalows and beachfront villas available at properties like One&Only Reethi Rah. The biggest island resort in the Maldives and arguably its most indulgent, this One&Only property has been raising the bar for celebrities and loyal repeaters every year since it opened in 2005. A Rolls-Royce of a beach hotel, Reethi Rah offers 109 acres and has six kilometers of white-sand coastline and a lush, tropical interior. Guests are whisked through tunnels of tropical greenery on golf carts to their private villas, where butlers manage their stay. Amongst the 130 villas are 32 overwater villas and a variety of beach villas. Plus: The state-of-the-art Marine Center has a resident marine biologist as well as scuba instructors and cruises to see sharks, whales, dolphins and manta rays—and there are seven restaurants on the island.

Greece

A summer vacation to Greece is nothing short of heaven. With over 2,000 islands to choose from, travelers can find their perfect match, whether they are seeking romance, seaside relaxation with family or authentic, incredible dining. For the ultimate resort experience—as if you’ve checked in to your own Mount Olympus—Amanzoe in the eastern Peloponnese commands a position atop a large hill, with an Ed Tuttle-designed complex so striking it would impress Alexander the Great. Thirty-eight palatial pavilions with private swimming pools are scattered throughout the property, offering views towards the sea or the valley, and a quick boat ride will bring you to nearby Hydra and Spetses for dining and exploring, should you tire of the on-property beach club, spa and fitness center. Plus: New hotels to know include Kalesma, an intimate, design-minded stunner from K-Studio with a local, hip vibe, just outside of Mykonos, overlooking Ornos Bay—as well as One&Only Aesthesis (opening in the fall), which will mark the first major development in the ancient capital since the pandemic, in a dramatic revival of a landmark resort on the Athenian Riviera that used to play host to the international jet set in the 1960s and ’70s. With a prime—and secluded—location on the Glyfada seafront, the One&Only will offer beach access, with a private club, as well as a small forest reserve, creating a beautiful escape from the bustle of the city center.

Nepal

annapurna range

Nepal is a land full of adventure and mesmerizing beauty,. For people loving adventure and beauty its has been always a highest rated holiday destination in world.No matter you want to spend your vacation/holiday for honeymoon or spend your leisure time or want to go out for trekking or adventure place, we provide you all sort of travel packages. We provide various theme based Best Nepal tour packages. Places to be visited here are Muktinath, Kathmandu, Lumbini, Pokhara

Iceland

With otherworldly landscapes, exhilarating outdoor adventures, fascinating Viking history and a host of luxury hotels and top-notch restaurants, Iceland has risen to the top of many savvy travelers’ wish lists in recent years for good reason—and summer is one of its most beautiful seasons. There’s nowhere more magical to experience these wild landscapes at their peak than Deplar Farm in the remote Troll Peninsula. One of the world’s most fabulous far-flung adventure hotels, this 13-room treasure by Eleven Experience is tucked into the Narnia-like wilderness where, year-round, some of the world’s best guides demonstrate the proper technique for skeet shooting, surfing or fat biking and illuminate hidden hot springs and exclusive Atlantic salmon and Arctic char runs—and entertain, in the evenings, with a heavy dose of wit and perhaps some music. Most evenings conclude with a dip in the pool to gaze at the Northern Lights or an Arctic night sky.

Colombia

From the charming colonial streets of Cartagena to the creative spirit of Bogotá and Medellín, and the remote coffee region, Colombia promises dynamic cultural immersion at the northern tip of South America. Equally thrilling for history and politics buffs, foodies and art and design lovers, the perfect Colombia itinerary balances meaningful discussion of the country’s troubled past with an authentic look at the many colorful ways that it is moving into the future—and its many treasures await American travelers who can present negative results from a PCR test taken within 96 hours of departure for the country.

Peru

A must-visit for hikers as well as culture fiends and lovers of ancient history, Peru is once again open for travelers who have long had the country on their dream list—or who are looking for alternatives to rich, well-rounded summer destinations like Switzerland or Italy. The ideal itinerary should include time to explore in Cusco, Lima and, of course, the famous Sacred Valley—and travelers interested in wildlife and conservation should also consider adding on a cruise down the Amazon river aboard the intimate, luxurious Aqua Expeditions vessel Aria Amazon. (Peru is open to American travelers who present negative results from a PCR or antigen test taken within 72 hours of departure).

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Medicines To Carry While Travelling In India

Medicines To Carry While Travelling In India

If you have never carried a travel health kit, you would require a checklist to pack the essential items in it. At first, you must consider the area that you would be visiting. The items in the travel medical kit will depend on the remoteness of the place you would be visiting and the activities you will be undertaking. You must carry your prescription medicines if you have a specific health condition. If you have diabetes, you should take your medical equipment, such as needles and sterile syringes.

Let’s take a look at the must-have items in a travel medical kit that will keep you safe and healthy during your trip:

1. Analgesic Medicine

Analgesic medicines are painkillers that can help to alleviate pain. Aspirin or paracetamol are common analgesic medicines that you must carry in your travel health kit. If you experience back pain, body pain or a headache during your trip, you can have paracetamol to feel better. If you trek for a long time, you can have leg pain or a headache due to exertion.

2. Antihistamine Tablets

When you are travelling, allergies can frequently occur due to change in weather and place. You must carry antihistamine tablets in your travel health kit for stings, bites or allergies. Antihistamines stop allergy symptoms by blocking or reducing histamines. They provide relief from food and seasonal allergies. The common symptoms of allergy are sneezing, runny nose, hay fever, watery eyes, and throat itching.

3. Cold and flu tablets

You can catch a cold and flu anytime during your trip. The common cold and flu symptoms are headaches, sore throat, body ache, and nasal congestion. Crocin Cold & Flu Max and Vicks Cold & Flu multi-symptom relief are common tablets for treating cold and flu. These tablets contain decongestants, cough suppressants, and pain relievers that provide relief from the symptoms.

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4. Cough Medicine

A dry or wet cough can be extremely annoying when you are on a trip. There are various types of cough syrups available in the pharmacy store. A cough suppressant blocks the cough reflex and provides relief from constant coughing. If you are suffering from a dry cough, you should opt for a cough suppressant. Expectorants are used for treating wet cough. They are known for loosening the mucus so that it gets expelled from the body.

5. Throat lozenges

Throat lozenges increase the production of saliva. As a result, it reduces dryness of the throat and temporarily stops coughs. Medicated throat lozenges contain antibacterial agents, painkillers, antitussives, menthol, pectin, and eucalyptus that provide relief from a cough and sore throat. There are various types of throat lozenges available in the market, such as Halls, Strepsils and Honitus.

6. Motion sickness tablets

Motion sickness tablets are one of the must-have items in travel medical kit. Motion sickness is a health condition that many people suffer when they are travelling by bus, car, flight or train. It makes a person feel uneasy and dizzy, which is often followed by vomiting. Therefore, when you are travelling, you must keep motion sickness tablets with you.

7. Diarrhoea Medicine

When you are travelling, you can have a traveller’s diarrhoea due to the consumption of contaminated water or food. So, it is essential to carry diarrhoea medicine in your travel health kit. E.coli is the most common bacterium that causes travellers’ diarrhoea. Antidiarrheal medicines such as sodium are useful for treating diarrhoea. You must be careful about what you are drinking and eating to prevent travellers’ diarrhoea.

8. Antacid

You must carry antacid tablets or antacid syrup in your travel medical kit. It can neutralise the acidity of your stomach and give you relief from indigestion. Acidity is a common health condition that can occur due to various reasons. To get relief from heartburn and an upset stomach, you should carry antacid in your travel health kit. Some common antacids are Milk of Magnesia, Gelusil, Maalox, and Rolaids.

9. Antiseptic Solution and Ointment – First Aid Essentials

If you get any injuries during your trip, you will need an antiseptic solution and ointment. Therefore, do not forget to pack them in your travel medical kit. You need to first cleanse the wound with an antiseptic solution. It will disinfect the skin and prevent it from infections. After cleaning it with an antiseptic solution, you need to apply an antiseptic ointment over the wound. The ointment helps in treating wounds and cuts. Antiseptic solution and ointment can effectively treat cuts, insect bites, stings, and abrasions.

10. Band-aids

You must carry a couple of band-aids in your medical kit. Band-aid is an adhesive bandage which is used for treating minor wounds and injuries. It prevents dirt and germs from entering the wound, thereby promoting faster healing. If you get a minor cut or blister, you can apply a band-aid to prevent infection.

11. Wound dressing items

Although band-aid is suitable for minor wounds, it won’t be useful if there is a major injury. You cannot predict the events when you are travelling. There is no guarantee that you will get first aid immediately if you are wounded. Therefore, you must carry wound dressing items in your travel medical kit. Crepe bandage, medical adhesive tape, hydrogel or foam dressing, and gauze swabs are important items for dressing a major wound.

12. Insect Repellant Cream

It is important to carry an insect repellant cream when you are travelling. Some places have plenty of bugs and mosquitoes that can harm your health. Dengue and malaria are infectious diseases that are caused by mosquito bites. Choose an insect repellant that contains DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide). It is the most important ingredient that repels insects. An insect repellant cream will prevent you from insect-borne diseases and insect bites.

13. Mild Laxative

Constipation is a common health condition that affects people while travelling. Difficult and painful bowel movements characterise constipation. Laxatives can treat constipation by softening the stools. So, you must carry a mild laxative in your travel health kit.

14. Antifungal or Antimicrobial Cream

It is wise to carry an antifungal or antimicrobial cream with you when you are travelling to a remote place. They contain ingredients that are effective in treating bacterial or fungal skin infections.

15. Multi-Vitamin Tablet

A good multi-vitamin tablet can give you the much-needed energy on your trip. As your diet can suffer due to the hectic travel schedule, a multi-vitamin tablet can keep you energetic. You can have one tablet every day after taking your breakfast.

16. A Pain Relief Balm

It’s common to sprain for ankle or back during any trip. So, a pain relief balm always comes handy.

These are the must-have items in travel medical kit that you should not forget to pack. When you are packing your medical bag, go for more tablets than syrups. Choose a travel-friendly pouch that will hold all your medicines neatly. You should also carry a digital thermometer, a sunscreen cream, and scissors with you. Before going on your trip, visit your doctor for a checkup. Carry your prescription medicines along with the essential items in travel medical kit.

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2022, Corona, Corona news, Tour Planning

Omicron travel guideline update: India revises rules for international travellers; brings in stringent quarantine policy

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) has revised guidelines for international arrivals into India. As per the reports, these will come into effect from January 11, 2022. As per the rules, passengers originating/transiting from ‘at-risk’ countries, will now have to undergo ‘stringent isolation’ if they test positive on arrival.

This move comes in the wake of rising cases of the new variant, Omicron, in the country. Those transiting or originating via countries that are classified as ‘at risk’, shall have to be informed by the airline companies that they will be required to undergo post-arrival testing at Indian airports, and undergo quarantine as per the protocol. Also note, international passengers will not be allowed to exit the airport before the test results.

Further, all international travellers to India will need to register on Air Suvidha portal, and self-declare all their travel details; upload the negative report of COVID-19 that has been obtained within 72 hours; declare its authenticity; and submit an undertaking that they would abide by the decision of appropriate authority to undergo quarantine as per the revised guidelines.

International travellers are also required to pre-book their testing on arrival at Indian airports in advance.

Here are the guidelines for travellers arriving from countries at risk:

  • Submit a sample for post-arrival COVID-19 test at the airport, which would be self-paid.
  • They will have to wait for their test results at the airport before leaving or taking a connecting flight.
  • If their test results come negative, they will undergo a 7-day home quarantine, and will again have to undertake the RT-PCR test on the 8th day of arrival in India.
  • Travellers will also have to upload the results of a repeat RT-PCR test for Covid-19 done on the 8th day on Air Suvidha portal, which will be monitored by the respective States/UTs.
  • If their test result comes negative again, they will be required to further self-monitor their health for next 7 days.
  • But if they test positive, their samples would be sent for genomic testing at INSACOG laboratory network.
  • Those test positive, will be managed at an isolation facility and treated as per laid down standard protocol including contact tracing.
  • Those who came in contact with such a positive case, would be advised to undergo home quarantine, which will be monitored strictly by the concerned State Government.

Here are the India International Travel Guidelines for travellers arriving form not ‘at risk’ countries:

  • Around 2% of the total flight passengers will undergo post-arrival testing, which will be carried out randomly at the airport on arrival.
  • They will be identified by the concerned airlines.
  • Laboratories will prioritise testing of samples from such travellers.
  • All incoming passengers, as well as those 2 per cent whose result has come negative, will have to undergo home quarantine for 7 days, and shall undertake RT-PCR test on the 8th day of arrival in India.
                                    • They will then have to upload the results of the repeat RT-PCR test for Covid-19 done on 8th day on Air Suvidha portal, which will be monitored by the respective States/UTs.
  • If the result is negative, they will be required to self-monitor their health for the next 7 days.
  • However, if their result comes positive, their samples should be further sent for genomic testing at INSACOG laboratory network.
  • They will then be managed at an isolation facility and treated as per standard protocol, including contact tracing.

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2021, Corona

Public health considerations while resuming international travel

FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR RESUMING INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

Each country should conduct a risk-benefit analysis and decide on its priorities.

WHO recommends that priority should be given to essential travel for emergencies, humanitarian actions (including emergency medical flights and medical evacuation), travel of essential personnel (including emergency responders and providers of public health technical support, critical personnel in transport sector such as seafarers[5] and diplomatic officers), and repatriation. Cargo transport should also be prioritized for essential medical, food and energy supplies. Sick travellers and persons at risk including elderly travellers and people with chronic diseases or underlying health conditions, should delay or avoid travelling internationally to and from areas with community transmission.

There is no “zero risk” when considering the potential importation or exportation of cases in the context of international travel. Therefore, thorough and continuous risk assessment and management will help identify, reduce and mitigate those risks, while balancing the socio-economic consequences of travel measures (or temporary restrictions) against potential adverse public health consequences.

The decision process should include an analysis of the situation, taking into account the local context in countries of departure and destination. The following factors should be considered: local epidemiology and transmission patterns, the national public health and social measures for controlling the outbreaks in both departure and in destination countries; public health and health service capacity at national and subnational levels to manage suspect and confirmed cases among travellers, including at points of entry (ports, airports, ground crossings) to mitigate and manage the risk of importation or exportation of the disease; and the evolving knowledge about COVID-19 transmission and its clinical features.

Pashupati travels advice to care full precaution while travelling anywhere.

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Corona news, Questions

Frequently asked Question for CORONA you must know

What is corona virus: Corona viruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease COVID-19. What is COVID-19 COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered corona virus. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. What are the symptoms of COVID-19 The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Some patients may have aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected but don’t develop any symptoms and don’t feel unwell. Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment. Around 1 out of every 6 people who gets COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty breathing. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness. People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical attention. How does COVID-19 spread People can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. These droplets land on objects and surfaces around the person. Other people then catch COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. People can also catch COVID-19 if they breathe in droplets from a person with COVID-19 who coughs out or exhales droplets. This is why it is important to stay more than 1 meter (3 feet) away from a person who is sick. Can the virus that causes COVID-19 be transmitted through the air? Studies to date suggest that the virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through contact with respiratory droplets rather than through the air. See previous answer on “How does COVID-19 spread?” What can I do to protect myself and prevent the spread of disease protection measures for everyone Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the national,state and local public health authority. Many countries around the world have seen cases of COVID-19 and several have seen outbreaks. Authorities in China and some other countries have succeeded in slowing or stopping their outbreaks. However, the situation is unpredictable so check regularly for the latest news.
  • You can reduce your chances of being infected or spreading COVID19 by taking some simple precautions:
  • • Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcoholbased hand rub or wash them with soap and water. Why? Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.
  • Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
  • Why? When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Why? Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.
  • Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately. Why? Droplets spread virus. By following good respiratory hygiene you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.
  • Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority. Why? National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on the situation in your area. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This will also protect you and help prevent spread of viruses and other infections.
  • Keep up to date on the latest COVID-19 hotspots (cities or local areas where COVID-19 is spreading widely). If possible, avoid traveling to places – especially if you are an older person or have diabetes, heart or lung disease.
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Hill station, Honeymoon destination, MINI SWITZERLAND, muktinath, Nepal Destinations, Nepal Tour

5 Top Destinations in Nepal for 2020 to Visit in summer season

Nepal each year draws the attention of lots of visitors from across the world. The country gives unlimited reasons to visitors to come and explore Nepal. Some visitors get attracted by the call of the mountains and seeking to climb or trek in the Himalayas, while others want to know more about the diversified culture and the famous city Kathmandu. Whatever may be the reason for visiting Nepal, the country surely gives an adventurous, cultural eye-opener and a life-changing experience to all travelers.

We are sharing 5 Top destinations for this Summer season when the other places where people are suffering from heat and itchy summer you can make your holiday trip an amazing trip.

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  1. Muktinath Temple Yatra :

5 Top Destinations in Nepal for 2020 : Muktinath Temple

Muktinath is a Lord Vishnu temple adorned by Buddhists and Hindus. It is located in the Mustang district, Nepal. It is recognized as Mukti Kshetra. It is a historical place of pilgrimage and a place for the religious tour. Religious devotees feel blessed doing meditation at Muktinath in Nepal.

2. Pokhara:

5 Top Destinations in Nepal for 2020 - pokhara Lake

It is a must place to visit in Nepal. It is a great place for limitless fun and adventure. Tourists love the unforgettable experience. The Phewa lakeside place provides peace to mind.

Also Read: 5 things to carry at Pokhara

Key Attractions at Pokhara

  • Davis Fall
  • Begnas Lake
  • Phewa Lake
  • Sarangkot Paragliding
  • World Peace Pagoda
  • Bat Cave
  • Mahendra Cave

3. Annapurna Range Trekking:

annapurna range

All those who love trekking, must visit the Annapurna region in Nepal which is one of the most popular trekking regions in Nepal. Here one can explore trekking options that last from a few days to a few weeks as well. Three different main routes in the Annapurna Region allow the trekkers to choose a trekking portion or a variation on the routes as well. Almost it takes 21 days to complete the Annapurna Circuit around Annapurna Mountain which is popular among the tourist who has enough time. This route is also known as “Apple Pie Circuit,” as most of the teahouses on the route serve their version of fried apple pie. The Annapurna Circuit has received the recognition of one of the world’s greatest treks loved by adventure lovers.

Also visit:  checklist of Adventure places and sports offered at  Nepal

4. Everest Base Trekking:

Everest Trekking

The summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain on the Earth reaches 8,848 meters (29,028 feet) high. Trekking in the Mount Everest area is very popular and trekkers from all over the world come there to have a life-time experience. Today many trekkers visit Everest and the Trek to Base Camp to have a glimpse of the peak far above. The trekkers can hire a private guide or porter and do it yourself, but it is mandatory for all the trekkers to have a guide with them for a safe trekking adventure.

5. Pashupatinath Temple Darshan at Kathmandu :

pashupatinath temple : Kathmandu

Kathmandu, the capital and largest city in Nepal, is a different and unique city in the world. The decaying buildings in the heart of the city are a combination of a lively atmosphere and diversified culture that gets the attention of visitors. The aroma of incense wafts coming from the stores and the busy daily lives of the citizens are enough reasons to visit the capital city of Nepal. For the past many years, Kathmandu was one of the royal cities along with Bhaktapur and Patan. One can pay a visit to various temples and monuments of different shapes, sizes, styles, and faiths that are established there. Durbar Square is one of the ancient properties badly damaged in the 2015 earthquake. Several historical buildings were also destroyed which is beyond repair.

Besides the above-mentioned places, there are many other places in Nepal which you must consider visiting in 2020. Discover destinations, get involved in outdoor adventurous camps and explore different places on the Earth.

We have mentioned few other places wich can make your trip memorable

  • Chitwan Park
  • Manokamna Temple
  • Janakpur
  • Varanasi
  • Gorakhnath Temple
  • Ayodhya

If your are from India or Nepal you dont need any Passport to visit those place. Only you need to carry is a ID proof  (Not AAdHAR Card) . It can be a passport/Voter ID card.

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How to Find the Best Travel Agent in Gorakhpur

Traveling is definitely the finest way of having amusement in life and it gives you the freedom to explore different places and add everlasting memories. If you have a plan to travel with your family or office staff, you are probably searching for the best travel site and agents who can guide you better and give you excellent travel experiences. While searching for the finest travel agent near your place, you need to remember some important tips to get the best one for you.

Here are some tips which will help you to pick the best travel agency

Verify Their Credibility and Honesty  

When you are going to choose a travel portal or agency you might have plenty of options around you.  You need to make sure that the tour operator which is claiming that they are best in their service must keep their words and actions in reality.  You can ask about their license to perform the services, existing clients, travel packages, flights, bus and other vehicle availability, trained drivers and so on. Pashupatinath Tour & Travel is one of the prevalent Travel Agents in Gorakhpur and if you want to explore the scenic beauty of Nepal then this is the leading travel agency in India.

Check Online Reviews and Reputation

The effective way of knowing the reputation of a Nepal tour operator is to read the reviews, testimonials and feedback of the customers. It will give you the reputation of the respective travel agency. You can read the comment section and also communicate with previous customers to know the best thing about your agent.  You can ask your travel agency about the existing clients so that you can directly ask them about their travel experience and their honest opinion about the travel agency.

 Ask For the Best Travel Package Deal

A top travel agency will always take care of its customers and always offer the best deals to the customers. They generally collaborate with other people and agonies of the travel business. You can ask them about cost-effective travel and tour packages so that you don’t have to pay that exceeds your travel expenses.

Again, in the end, we would like to say, you will get a number of travel agencies when you search on google but the best thing would be to compare the rates as well as their review on different platforms. Then only you can choose a good deal. These things mentioned below can help you make your trip memorable.

  • Ask for available hotels and read their reviews on Google by owners and guests.
  • Ask for complimentary food at the hotel, Many hotels offer breakfast and dinner as complimentary.
  • Check if you are vegetarian than available food options.
  • Read about your sightseeing points at the destinations, so that you should be aware of its history.
  • On hill stations, it is better to know about the temperature and landslide details, etc.

Also Read: Hill Stations Nightmare

Hope these things will make your trip memorable. Pashupatinath Tour and travels have always provided you the best possible deals and knowledge about your packages and destinations.

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2019, Tour Planning

Planning trip during Christmas

Festival of season and Planning trip during Christmas, we have always a few things which you should take care of. We all know this is a season where one always which to travel with few mindsets

  • Hillstation for snowfall
  • Sea Beaches
  • Historical Places

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On Sea Beach & Historical Place like Goa, Andaman or Any place where the temperature is hot n humid.  Try to carry these things as weather is not so cool.

  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Wear Cotton Clothes
  • Carry a Hat
  • Keep an umbrella

Below we have tried to mention few places where you can visit during this Christmas. Check out these places.

Goa-

Christmas Celebration in Goa is the Perfect Way to Soak in the Festivities. Nightlong parties on beaches, friendly chats and cocktails in bars and pubs, cathedrals decorated with lights and flowers, and midnight mass in churches with little children singing melodious carols…there’s nothing like a Christmas celebration at the hippest places in Goa.

Must-Visit Churches: Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Santa Cruz Church.

Kerala-

It is believed Christianity came to India in 4th Century AD when St Thomas, one of the disciples of Jesus visit Kerala. He preached about Jesus in Kerala and it is said a large number of people chose to becomes the follower of Christian faith. In Kerala, the way of Christmas celebration exhibits the influence of Syrian and Western Christians.

Daman and Diu-

Daman and Diu, a union territory in west India, In the town of Moti Daman, the Basilica of Bom Jesus Church is known for its gilt altarpiece. With several cultural shows, Corridinho (Portuguese dance) shows, midnight mass in the many churches located here, and the zillions of lamps illuminating the skies overhead.

Manali-

Planning trip during Christmas

Generally its very cool in Manaliand Snowfall is expected if it rains in December. This is the peak time in winter for your fairytale Christmas where you can play in the snow, go skiing and snowboarding, hang out at the chic cafes, decorate Christmas trees, and sit by the fireplace in your snug little hut sipping on hot chocolate

Gulmarg-

It is one beautiful place to be in these days. Celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and offer your prayers at the beautiful churches of Gulmarg. Experience the chills as you celebrate the joyous festival with your loved ones wrapped up in a white blanket of snow accompanied by a cup of hot chocolate.

Delhi-

Delhi is celebrated with enormous enthusiasm, which is why it prominently sits in the list of Christmas getaways in India. Malls & posh streets are stylishly decorated, clubs start throwing in theme parties, cafes & restaurants pull out special menus for the occasion, and one can feel the essence of all festivities in the atmosphere around them.

Mumbai-

Christmas in Mumbaiis, without a doubt, one of the best places to visit. Christmas trees on the sidewalk, malls and markets jazzed up with Christmas lights and props, and the delicious scent of fruit cakes and date rolls hanging in the air with lights, smiles, and music all around.

Source: Nepal Travel package

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2019, Adventure Place

Annapurna Range Trekking 2019

If you love adventure sports, Annapurna Range trekking details contact us, We provide complete Nepal tour package for solo and group travelers.

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