Chitwan

Chitwan is the national park situated some 200km south of Kathmandu and is home to to appx 125 Royal Bengal Tigers and over 500 rhinoceros. We went there on safari for a couple of nights at the end of our trip as much for a rest but also in the hope of [...]

Chitwan2021-10-27T11:26:10+01:00

Bandipur

This is a small village set on a hill en route from Pokhara to Chitwan. It is a car free zone and is a little bit like stepping back in time. The village has a real laid back feel and is popular with hippies and back packers. We stayed in an old [...]

Bandipur2021-10-27T11:26:12+01:00

Pokhara

We were going to have a night in Kathmandu en route from Bhutan to Pokhara but due to the pollution there we thought we would head straight through, great decision! Pokhara is so chilled out, you can understand why all the hippies used to come here from Kathmandu. Click here to read [...]

Pokhara2021-10-27T11:26:13+01:00

Annapurna Trek

We drove from Pokhara to the start of the trek with the most stunning views of the snow-capped mountains. The weather was so clear that we could easily see the plumes of snow blowing off the higher mountains - over 8,000 metres. We started the trek, passing through mountain villages, getting to [...]

Annapurna Trek2021-10-27T11:26:14+01:00

Kathmandu

Kathmandu has changed since I was last here, it's dirtier, noisier and more polluted, but still you can get all your trekking gear for pennies. Best bet is to get outside and enjoy the surrounding areas and possibly stay for only 2 nights. Having said that we did see some fascinating things. [...]

Kathmandu2021-10-27T11:26:16+01:00
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