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What I loved about my trip to Nepal
I love Pokhara at 827 m is the most popular city of Gurkha, lakes, and valley (466 Sq. Km) of the Himalayas views lies 204 km west of Kathmandu in Western Development Region of Nepal. The most impressive tourist city fulfilled by Shimmering lakes, river, forested hills, picturesque villages and stretches spectacular views of Dhaulagiri (8167 m.), Annapurna (8091 m.), Lamjung, and Manaslu (8163 m.) summits.
What's your favorite bar or neighborhood to go out for drinks in Nepal ?
First of all thank you for your text. please welcome to nepal anytime. we have many bar and Pub for the Drink. we can explore together.
What are the top 4 trekking routes in Nepal?
Nepal is well known by the world highest peak Mt. Everest 8848 m. from the sea level. That should give you a clue on how beautiful are the treks there ;) The thing that is amazing with Nepal is that there are touristy treks and hidden ones. In both cases, you're gonna have a blast (even if I don't like walking among hundreds of noisy people :p). IMO, the 4 best trekking routes in Nepal are: - Everest Base Camp - Ghorepani-Poon Hill and Annapurna Base Camp. - Mardi Himal (mountain) Trek - Hidden Limi Valley trek
Annapurna Circuit requires some preparation... but you can do it!
Annapurna Circuit Trek is a not a tough trek. If you have a good hiking experience and don't get scared at the perspective of walking 5-6 hours a day, it should be fine. It has rock steps, ascends and descends made exclusively out of loose rocks. Make sure you have good hiking shoes. On the way up, there is a stupendous suspension bridge that will leave you speechless.