Barun Valley in the Makalu Barun national park and conservation area, Nepal. Photo by Dhilung Kirat, Flickr

Nepal is a country in the Himalayas. Eight out of the ten highest mountains are located in Nepal. These highest mountains have evolved the most diverse ecosystem on the planet. To embrace this rich nature hundreds of thousands of trekkers come to Nepal every year. Over a hundred trekking trails lead to the base camps, glaciers, high passes, alpine meadows, lakes, and villages with ancient lifestyles and beliefs.

If you are looking for the treks to go to the highest elevation, here are 10 treks that will lead you above 5000m.

https://ktmguide.com/top-10-treks-to-do-in-nepal-for-the-highest-elevation-gain/

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Kanchenjunga camping trek is an 18 day long full camping trek operated by Mount Adventure Holidays.

Camping near the base camp of Mount Kanchenjunga 8586m

Kanchenjunga conservation area is well known for its snow treasured mountains, habitat of snow leopard, red panda, and rich biodiversity.

Book your Kanchenjunga camping trek with Mount Adventure Holidays

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In the bustling streets of Indrachowk, food stalls and restaurants dwell in every nook and cranny. From panipuri of terai to the juju dhau of the Newari people, the streets of Kathmandu are full of these delicacies. This diversity in food is the hallmark of diverse people residing in the valley. Food is a tradition representing the very essence of different cultures of Nepal. Sometimes these traditional dishes are completely transformed as people add and delete the ingredients to suit their taste. These dishes might look familiar to you. Momos might look like the Chinese dumplings you’ve tried before or the chatamari might remind you of dosa but trust us they have their own Nepali twist to them.

Find out more:

https://ktmguide.com/foods-you-must-try-in-kathmandu/

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#chatamari #yomari #thakali #thukpa #Sekuwa #laphing

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