Dedicated to the mountains , its people and environment and to mountaineers, the International Mountain Museum in Pokhara was built under the aegis of Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), with the support of various international and national groups, individuals and organizations. The museum was formally inaugurated on May 2002 by famous Everest summitters – Ms. Junko Tabei from Japan and Appa Sherpa from Nepal. Built on 12.6 acres land, with a display area of more than 4200 sq.mt, the International Mountain Museum was opened for public viewing on 5th February, 2004. Posted below are some images of the museum captured by Samir Shrestha.
(Photos : Samir Shrestha)
Dolpo requires some extra logsistics and Pemba made all necessary arrangements. We also benefited. Both treks were wonderful! from having a local guide- Baba –in Mustang- as this is more of a cultural trek-his personal knowledge was useful.
We work with the motto "Tourism for Development". Explore Himalaya Community Service Project was conceived to empower underprivileged segments of Nepal.
Now a day Many things already there to see about culture and historical things to . Not Only About Mountain History …
so nice museum..i get a lot of information and knowledge about mountain,our ancestor,and also get chance to see the natural beauty as well as get clear knowledge about the Nepalese culture……and also i want suggest all people please visit the museum once to know about Nepalese history and culture.