Trekking with the family in Nepal- 15 tips for a great adventure


For a long time now, I have dreamed of trekking in Nepal with my children. Each time someone mentioned the word, “Nepal”, a sting in my stomach twanged and so I opted for Nepal to be the number one tourist destination for me and my family. Nepal has two of the best attractions for tourists: (1) Nepal has Mount Everest that is the highest mountain peak in the world. It is an ideal spot offering mountaineering, other types of adventures, as well as ecotourism; and (2) Nepal has the world heritage Lumbini that is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, located in southern Nepal, as well as other important religious pilgrimage sites.

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9 Reasons Why this is the Best Time to Travel to Asia (especially with kids)


The number of travels my children and I have spent coming and going to Asia attests how this destination captivated our fascination. My family just can’t get enough of Asia and our quest for Asian adventure has been insatiable. My children and I shared sheer joy to embark on trips to Asia - mainly India, Nepal, Thailand and Vietnam. Certainly, the list will go on.

Even the tent at some small village in the mountains of india looks great..
Amazing  view in Spiti india
Historic site in North India
At Vashisht, small village in India
Food selller
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Inexpensive Activities to Explore Nepal


Nepal opens its arms wide open to tourists seeking activities in the extreme department. It sports bungee jumping, canyoning, rafting, kayaking and paragliding. The reunion with nature has numerous possibilities to push oneself to the limit in Nepal. The most famous places frequented by tourists are Kathmandu, Pokhara and Lumbini. However, these adrenalin pumping activities may spell some serious cash, let alone the safety concerns for very young children.

At a village home in Saranghat on the Seti river bank
At Astam village
Food preparation at a village home in Saranghat
Us at the Tibetan Temple
The monks and my son
Tibetan Children
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