Friday, November 22, 2013

Lumle, Nepal- “Where nature meets science”

Most of us have heard a lot about Pokhara. In fact many of us have already been there, at least once in our lifetime. But few of us might have got wind of a place called ‘Lumle’ which is one of the key trails to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), the truly classic trek in Nepal. With the sobriquet of ‘Cherrapunji of Nepal’, Lumle receives the heaviest of rainfall as compared to other places of Nepal.

Lumle village is 32 Km west from Pokhara and lies on Pokhara-Baglung Highway. About an hour of drive from Pokhara, the headquarters of Kaski district, will lead you there. Nearby this village is located the Regional Agricultural Research Station which is an agricultural research hub and is visited by many national as well as international scientists, researchers, students and farmers every year. The laboratories here are well-equipped with the sophisticated and state of the art machines that will give you a glimpse of research laboratories in the developed nations.  

Besides these, Lumle is rich in beautiful landscapes and varieties of flora and fauna. The most striking feature that captivated our minds when we had been there is the view of the lightning that could be seen among the surrounding hills during the night and not to forget- the lovely downpour. The rain shower made us unpack our backpack in search of a jacket even in the warmest of the months. 

So, if you are planning to go there, do not forget to take a warm jacket or a shawl (no matter whether it is summer or winter!!)

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