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Bardiya National Park has been selected as one of the Top 100 Awards Finalists for the Sustainable Global Top 100 Destinations

Bardiya National Park has been selected as one of the Top 100 Awards Finalists for the Sustainable Global Top 100 Destinations competition organized by Green Destinations, Travel Mole, Travelife and ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show. The awards ceremony will be held on March 6 during the ITB 2019 at ITB’s prime auditorium […]

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Amazing Festivals in Nepal that you finds nowhere else in the Earth

Nepal is a multi-lingual, multi-religious and multi-ethnic country. As a result the number of festivals exceeds that of the days of a year. For some foreigners, these festivals are mysterious, colorful and pleasant. Moreover they have a great deal more about them. They emerge from the depth of the socio-cultural aspects of life. The festivals […]

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Snowfall, rain throw life out of gear

Various hill and mountain districts witnessed heavy snowfall as the entire country witnessed rainfall on Saturday. Even the hills surrounding the Kathmandu Valley were blanketed with snow following the rain. Because of the snow, air services in several mountain districts including Dolpa, Mugu, Humla and Mustang were disrupted. Roads in high altitude places were also […]

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Ice climbing festival to be held in Manang from Saturday

Nepal Climbing Team today announced that it will organise the first ever ice climbing festival in Manang next month. According to Vinayak Jay Malla, one of the conveners of the project, the nine-day festival will take place in Humde area of Manang district from February 2. The event is being organised in association with Nepal […]

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NATTA distributed Trophy and cash prize to Futsal winner Liberty holidays

Nepal Association of Tour & Travel Agents (NATTA) 52th Annual General Meeting concluded as Liberty Holidays awarded with Winner Trophy and cash prize of NPR 20,000.  This is the third time in a row; Liberty Holidays won the NAATA futsal tournaments organized on 22nd September 2018 to mark World Tourism Day by NATTA. Out of […]

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Ghorepani Poonhill Trek: The Best short trek in Nepal

“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer”. Come travel with Liberty Holidays  by joining Ghorepani Poonhill Trek; and return your home richer. Know your trekking destination: At the elevation is 3200 m, Ghorepani Poonhill is located in the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). Trekking in Ghorepani Poonhill is one of the most popular […]

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Rising rhino deaths put conservationists on the horns of a dilemma

On January 12, a 15-year-old one-horned rhino was found dead near the Giddheni Post inside the Chitwan National Park, home to the largest number of rhinos in the country. The pachyderm had died due to a chronic disease, leaving infection in its lungs and abdomen. The death of the endangered rhino was not the first in […]

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3 best ways to see Mount Everest without spending much time, energy and worrying

Have you dream to see the tallest Mountain of the world just in front of you? But you cannot go for long trekking; we came up with the 3 best solutions for you: 1. Everest Mountain Flight Everest Mountain Flight lets you have one of the unforgettable hours of your life in the mountain range […]

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Maghe Sankranti being observed today.

Maghe or Makar Sankranti is being observed throughout the country Tuesday. It is believed that Makar Sankranti is begining of new holy seasons, which ended with the start of winter. In other words, it marks the end of inauspicious phase of time which begins around mid-December. It is believed that any auspicious and sacred ritual […]

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10 Idols of gods and goddess, you might encounter frequently while you are in Nepal

Kathmandu is famously reputed to have more temples than houses, more idols than residents. Sun God There are mainly two types of sun god idols found in Kathmandu. One in a sitting posture holding two Lotus flowers in both hands and another often depicted riding a chariot harnessed by horses, often seven in number which […]

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