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OUR Himalayan Travel BLOG

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As well as features about our Nepal tours, we'll also include articles of interest about Nepal too.

By The Snow Cat, Jul 17 2017 02:07PM

There are four distinctly different, but equally marvellous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Nepal monuments, buildings and landscapes too.

Durbar Square, Kathmandu
Durbar Square, Kathmandu

There's the Sagarmatha National Park, better know as the Everest region, Chitwan National Park, Lumbini-birth place of Buddha and the Kathmandu Valley.

All of these feature in our World Heritage Nepal Tour.

To see and learn more about the world heritage sites of Nepal we've created a wonderful pictorial on our Wordpress blog.

Click to see this colourful article here

By The Snow Cat, Jul 6 2017 10:09AM

Just which are the best treks? Nepal is renowned for trekking. None of the world famous ones like the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit Trek make it onto our Top Five Treks. Nepal (at least in our opinion) has much better choices.

Best Treks Nepal
Best Treks Nepal

So, which is Number One???

To see our choice of the five best treks in Nepal see the full Wordpress article here

By The Snow Cat, Jun 26 2017 02:08PM

Snow Cat Travel is now the chosen “Nepal Experts” for Insight Guides. Nepal trips are now available with this renowned Nepal travel guide publisher.

Snow Cat Travel will provide Insight Guides with a full destination management service for Nepal and provide “expert local advice” for their customers.

For more see the full press release here at PR Log

By The Snow Cat, Jun 21 2017 09:53AM

Enjoy this stunning slideshow from Poon Hill in the Annapurna region of Nepal…

Poon Hill is one of the most famous view points in the entire Himalayas.

Poon Hill- looking across to Dhaulagiri
Poon Hill- looking across to Dhaulagiri

At 3210m and with just 5 days of walking, this is the ideal first time trek in Nepal to do, particularly if you’re short on time too.

Just click the link below to see the show on our Wordpress blog


For more on the Poon Hill Trek, click here

By The Snow Cat, Jun 19 2017 02:39PM

Snow Cat Travel in association with Australian Life Adventurer, Peter Stuckey, “The Eccentrekker”, have now announced the launch of a very, very special, once a year only tour of Nepal.

A unique opportunity to partake in a very special Nepal "not for profit" tour. Combining an eco-holiday with voluntourism and much, much, more.

Meet the locals and Support Rural Nepal on this Make a Difference Tour
Meet the locals and Support Rural Nepal on this Make a Difference Tour

Contribute – Create – Flourish – Adventure

This is a “not for profit” group tour to not only see the splendour of the Himalayas, but to also get really involved, contribute and help “hands on” with the ongoing needs of the local people too.

Organised and hosted by Peter Stuckey, Assistant Tutor in School of Practical Philosophy, accredited Mindfulness Coach and lover of Nepal, this is an extra-special journey through Nepal and much, much more. Contributing to the ongoing work of the Support Rural Nepal initiative, “hands on” and financially lies at it’s very heart.

For full details on the tour- Make a Difference Nepal Tour

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