Travel blog

Written by specialists to inform and advise about travelling to Nepal, the Himalayas, and surrounding countries in Asia.

Holiday Extras Make Travel Easy

Holiday Extras Make Travel Easy

So Much To Do And So Little Time It's the dreaded stress-frenzy experience all travellers, first timers or seasoned veterans, know and dread. And nowhere does it plague travellers more than when their departure date is fast approaching. You've already easily booked...

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Paul Chats About His Meditation Retreat In Nepal

Paul Chats About His Meditation Retreat In Nepal

A Customer Chat Our guest Paul travelled to Nepal with Himalayan Footsteps® just six weeks after the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The country was just getting back to some sort of ordinariness, we knew that all the services and facilities normally available were usable for...

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Rural Olympics In India

Rural Olympics In India

A Farmers Meet Started in 1933 as an annual recreational meet where farmers from areas surrounding the small town of Kila Raipur could get together and test their endurance. The idea gave birth to the Kila Raipur Sports Festival, popularly known as the Rural Olympics...

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Facts: Nepal After The Earthquake

Facts: Nepal After The Earthquake

Nepal earthquake On 25 April, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck central Nepal. On 12 May, another earthquake, with a magnitude of 7.3 struck eastern Nepal followed minutes later by a major aftershock of 6.3 and around one hundred minor aftershocks have occurred. Not...

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Taj Lake Palace Hotel, Udaipur

Taj Lake Palace Hotel, Udaipur

In the Footsteps of Kings John Walsh, prolific writer and commentator, writes his review of the unique Taj Lake Palace hotel in Udaipur, India. He says, "The service at the hotel is phenomenal: every member of staff smiles and namastes you as you walk by. Everyone is...

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