What’s going on?
Severe snowstorms have hit the Annapurna National Park in Nepal, and at least 21 trekkers have died near the Thorung La on the Annapurna Circuit Trek and in Mustang, including travellers from India, Nepal, Israel, Canada and Poland. Emergency services are continuing to rescue people trapped in affected areas.
What are the latest travel warnings?
The general advice is to seek local guidance before visiting Annapurna National Park, particularly the area around the Thorung La. If…
Four trekkers have been killed and dozens more are missing in blizzards.
It is peak of the season. This is another sad incident to remind us don't take the mountains for granted. My prayers go for their families.
I have just been trekking in the Annapurna region, and found the lonely planet guide fantastic.
Our Guide Dev (Khularam Tamang) was the best possible guide you could wish to have, so helpful and knowledgeable.
I am a pensioner so the Trekk was not easy, but Dev helped and supported us all the way.
I could thoroughly recommend Dev to any size or age of party. I think he must be about the best in Nepal.
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Can I get some advise on solo trekking in Nepal. Am going there for two months in March and April by myself. Am certain I will meet many people and will stay on the main trails eg EBC and Annapurna . Will probably walk with others but want to do my own thing. Is their significant danger walking alone ? i.e safety issues, AMS etc. Should I make arrangements with others before I go to walk with them which is easy enough to do? In a lot of ways its just easier to travel alone and the experiences…
Im in Nepal now, going hiking for a few weeks, but after that I would be very interested in visiting Bardia National park, since Ive heard its better than chitwan for seeing animails etc
A couple of questions
1. How do I reach it in the best way _
2. Do i need to book a tour with a company including everything, or can i travel there on my own and sort out safari etc when im there _
I'm am going for the EBC Trek from the 8th of January 2015 with the company Himalayan Glacier.
I'm taking the 14-day trip without the Kathmandu part, and therefore the price is 1535 USD.
I'm alone in Nepal as a volunteer right now, but I would really like to share this great experience with someone!
So if you consider doing the same, read the itinerary plan and let me know if you are interested. I'm male, 20 years old and from Danmark.
My girlfriend and I begin our round the world trip in January, starting in Nepal. We are planning on doing the 3 high passes, walking in from Jiri. Time is no issue and will take our time. For this part of the trip we are well prepared with winter gear and the harsh coldness of winter.
However after nepal we are heading to burma, india, sri lanka etc where the temp will be totally different. We will ne leaving our gear for this part of the trip in Katmandu which will include a…
I will be travelling solo to India, Nepal and Tibet between february and may. I would like to make a trekking in Nepal, in march or april, probably the Annapurna Circuit trek (or maybe in the Langtang region, not sure yet). I am looking for an organisation to make a trek with an international group (max. 12 people) and local guides. Yet there are so many organisations which offer treks and it's a bit hard to choose. Some are very expensive and/or also include some days in…