Jules And Matt On Tour's Nepal Posts

The Asiatic elephant, hatti in Nepali, has always been my favourite animal. Elephants are incredibly intelligent, graceful, social, emotional and beautiful…

Elephant grass can grow several metres high. With its full growth completed it turns into hard sticks similar to bamboo, no longer favourable for any grazing…

Chitwan was Nepal’s first National Park established in 1973. It has a proud history of wildlife conservation activities and anti-poaching measures, which have…

The Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) is situated at an altitude of 4130 m. Although you follow a clear hiking path to reach it which does not require any actual…

Below is a compilation of shots and moments throughout our ten day trek. Firstly, some landscape shots on the ridge along the way from Ghorepani to Tadapani.…

The plan was to go on a twelve day trek through the Annapurna Conservation Area. As it turns out, the weather conditions on the crucial days were favourable and…

Nepal is of course most known for its trekking routes and Mt Everest. Less widely known are its lowlands (at around 150-200m above sea level) with the jungle…

As one of the three historical kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur is definitely a place to visit. Not only does it boast a Durbar Square (meaning royal…

Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple due to its numerous furry residents, is a stupa nestled atop one of the prominent hills of the Kathmandu Valley.…
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