Five Danish visitors through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel arrived to Kathmandu on February 25, 2012. They were in Nepal to explore the mid-hills of Nepal, The mid-hills exploration in Nepal is normally along the dense green vegetation with the striking views of Himalayas in the horizon.
During the hike in the mid-hills, they explored the cultural villages in Nuwakot where the Tamangs (an ethnical group in Nepal) prevail with their ancient cultural values. Tamangs are really wonderful people with a helpful nature. The historical importance in Nuwakot is significant enough with five storied ancient Shah Palace. Along the trek they also got pleasure during the home-stays at Nuwakot and Samari. They took the home-stay arrangements as privilege. Staying in a typical Nepali house and enjoying the typical Nepali meal for couple of nights was notable pact to our visitors. Also, they enjoyed a camping night at Sele. Sele is a hilltop in Nuwakot, perfect for the Himalayan views of the Everest region.
The superb trek along the Nepalese mid-hills ended at Dhading Besi, from where they were escorted back to Kathmandu.
After the cultural encounter in the remote hills of Nepal, the Danish lineup went for a free day at Kathmandu. They were even more delighted to explore the different side of Nepal. Kathmandu a busy cosmopolitan city still remains intact protecting its cultural and historical wealth and enjoys most of the times getting indulged in numerous festivals.
On March 3rd, 2012 Explore Himalaya escorted our wholeheartedly satisfied visitors to airport for their departures.
We work with the motto "Tourism for Development". Explore Himalaya Community Service Project was conceived to empower underprivileged segments of Nepal.