Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Thrill of White Water rafting in Nepal

The adventure of white water rafting which I got to experience on the Holi of the year 2013, is cherishable. Our team from Nepal One Tours & Travels set off from Kathmandu to Charaudi, the put-in point for rafting on the Trishuli river. After a drive of about three hours, we reached the venue. To my surprise, the place was crowded with hundreds of feat enthusiasts who seemed to be thrilled about this sport, just like me.

My excitement knew no bounds when a raft guide rowed our inflatable boat. Immediately following that, my delight was quite subsided because the river was calm and the trip seemed to be very 'peaceful'. This boredom lasted for a few minutes only after which we came across an area of high water current called 'rapid', where I could feel some rise in my adrenaline level.

The real fun began when the guide urged each one of us to dive into the flowing river. He insisted that we dare to take such a life-time experience because such chances do come rarely. Even if I never learnt how to swim and I also had this particular kind of phobia relating water (May I call it hydrophobia???) and its fathomless depth, I had an impulse to comply with him. Though my fear was forbidding me to fall off the boat, something within me pushed the whole of myself outside and I was there into the water, still holding on to the ropes tied around the boat. I couldn't let go of that bolster for a long time until I finally dared to release it.

That moment of 'letting go' was simply wonderful. I could feel as if I had got victory over my own inhibitions. I was literally floating over the water with the support of my life-jacket and my eyes closed. As the flow of water was carrying me toward our destination, I could feel the warmth of the sun over my face. I lived that moment to the fullest and wished it would never end. Nevertheless, I had to climb back to my boat after traversing some miles and the journey on the boat resumed.

The expedition continued for nearly three hours in which duration we had covered about 16 km. Today, if somebody asks me how the trip was, I have a ready-made answer for them, "It was awesome!!!! Try it once!!"

So, what are you waiting for? Give up your second thoughts and just do it! Bon Voyage folks!!

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Bunjee Jumping in Nepal- The ultimate escapade

If you are looking forward to having a thrilling adventure in Nepal, Bunjee jumping is the best option. At present, this sport can be relished at a site which is located at Nepal-Tibet border where adventure enthusiasts get to experience a free fall from a height of 160m over the Bhote Koshi River. A three hour ride by a bus can take you there from Kathmandu.

 Bungee jumping and Swing are the two kinds of sports that are offered at this venue. As per the jump masters, the only difference between these two is the duration of free-fall. You can have a longer free-fall if you do the swing than Bungee jumping. Folks who’ve tried them claim that the latter one is more exciting and full of adrenaline rush. However, the perception varies among different people.

The whole arrangement for the escapade is very outstanding. The jump masters are very well experienced and they give the topmost priority to their clients’ safety. Best of all, their unique style of motivating the ‘jumpers’ with their slogan of ‘Walk like a penguin, fly like a bird’ does wonder while you are just about to take off from the bridge, towards the immense  Bhote Koshi river.
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                          Have a happy time jumping off the bridge and flying in the air!

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Monday, November 11, 2013

Seasons of Nepal

Nepal is a country which has diverse topographical features. The three main geographical divisions of Nepal are:
·         The Terai region
·         The Mountain region
·         The Himalayan Region

The Terai region which lies in the southern part of the country has warm and humid climate. Weather is somewhat moderate in the mid-land or mountain region but the mornings and nights of winter season are cooler. The Himalayan region has lowest temperature and snowfall occurs in many areas of this region during the coldest of months.

Nepal has these climatic seasons in different months of the English calendar:

·          Spring   : March – May
·         Summer : June – August
·         Autumn : September - November
·         Winter   : December -February.        

The best season to visit here is autumn as the climate is favorable. You can experience a fine weather with the charming views of Nepalese people celebrating their main festivals- Dashain and Tihar. Spring harbors blooms of different colors and species. The summer is accompanied by the Monsoon in which the downpour aids in placating the scorching sun. Winters can be freezing, especially in the Himalayan region and to some extent in the Mountainous region as well. The mesmerizing views of the snow-capped mountains will surely tempt you to find an excuse to stay longer or revisit this land of seasonal varieties.
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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Our blog section resumes

We have instigated this section of the blog in order to provide complete information about Nepal to people who want to visit this beautiful country. In this section, we will post quality updates on various aspects of Nepal which will be useful and interesting to those who are planning to come to Nepal for the first time. Not only that, the new information on different facets like people, culture & tradition, geography, landmark, events and travel destinations will surely help those who have already been to this paradise to remain well informed about Nepal.
We daresay that the information and pictures posted here will  tempt you to visit this landlocked Asian country, if this is your first holiday in Nepal. And for those who want to satiate their urge to see and know Nepal better by revisiting here, Nepal One Tours and Travels heartily welcomes you. Let us be your travel partner throughout your stay here and we will leave no stone unturned to provide with you an outstanding service. 

 Please keep on visiting our blog.
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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Visit Nepal to celebrate Nepalese colorful festivals

As i mentioned in my earlier post that Nepal's number of unique features attracts tourists from all around the world. Today I will be writing about the Colorful festivals of Nepal. 
Foreign tourists celebrating Dashin with Nepalese Family                                                                   
After the fall of last King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah in 2008 the earlier only one Hindu Kingdom in the world became a Secular Nation. However Hindu population remained as the major proportion in the demography of Nepal. Around 85% of Nepalese population are Hindus and they celebrate different festivals through out the year. Still non hindu festivals like Chirstmas, Easther, Thanks Giving,  Birthday of lord Buddha, Id ul Fitri, Bakrid  are also celebrated by Nepalese. May be Nepal should be on the top of the list when it comes to the celebration of festivals. It will be no mistake i guess if I say Nepal is the country where number of holidays for celebrating festivals is the highest in the World. Schools and colleges and university gives holiday of around 20 days to celeberate Dashin and Tihar similarly most of the private and government office are closed for one week during this time.

Even in the Hinduism there are common festivals and there are some special festivals which different tribe people celebrates their own festivals. Like Indrajatra, Gai Jatra and Bisket Jatra which are mostly celebratory by the Newars of Kathmandu. Loshar is a new year festival which Gurung people as Tamu Loshar, Sherpa people celebrate as Gyalpo Loshar and Tamang People celebrate as Sonam Loshar in different occasions. Similarly other festivals like Sakewa, Udhauli, Ubhauli are other festivals celeberated by some Nepalese.
Nepalese hindu festivals such as Dashain, Tihar, Ram Navami, Krishna janasthami, Shivaratri, Ganesh chaturthi are the ones which do not have any specific way of celebration in terms of gender. But there is another important festival called "TEEJ" which particularly only woman celebrates in a religious way. Where men is only part of celebrating it culturally.

Different festivals have different values and specialty and unique way of celebrating it. You can enjoy the festivals ceremony with Nepalese when you come to visit Nepal during the festive days. Remember that there are so many festivals through out the year and you will have higher chance to celeberate Nepalese festivals on your Nepal visit.

We will update you more about the festivals in coming days keep visiting us.
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