Instagramming the world's highest peak is set to become much easier following Nepal's plans to create a free wi-fi zone at Everest Base Camp.
Three months on from the devastating effects of the April 2015 Nepal earthquake and aftershocks the country is making progress in its efforts to attract tourism back.
After the heat of the summer months, the trekking season kicks off with a vengeance around the world in September and October.
Trekking and walking holidays that are accompanied by Sherpas in Nepal are continuing as normal, despite the cancellation of all attempts to climb Mount Everest following the recent tragedy.
Featuring Bhutan, Borneo, Burma, India, The Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Asian Explorations’ holidays stand out from the crowd. With excellence, exclusivity and experience at the heart of everything Asian Explorations does, anything is possible.
This autumn a team of six comedians will set out to conquer new comedic peaks to raise money for Save the Children and aim to set a new record by performing the world’s highest stand-up gig.
As the trekking season gets under way in Nepal, Walks Worldwide has the perfect trip for serious walkers who also have a soft spot for wildlife: the 19-day Dolpo Land of the Snow Leopard trip, which takes place in the same area as the location of Eric Valli's classic film 'Himalaya'.
The first bespoke culinary adventure holiday to Nepal from the UK has been launched.
Adventure Worldwide has a new trip entitled Lhasa to Kathmandu which provides a chance to experience one of the world’s great journeys, travelling overland across Tibet, from Lhasa to Everest Base Camp, all the way down to Nepal to the capital Kathmandu.
Enjoy a variety of walks in the beautiful mountain scenery of Nepal – taking in the ancient cities of the Kathmandu Valley, the massive Annapurna mountains and a distinctive mountain culture – on a new 17-day Annapurna Trekking adventure courtesy of HF Holidays.
Mountain biking at a height of 3,900m, in the Kali Gandaki Valley of Nepal, you're still dwarfed by the massive bulk of the Himalayas towering over you; watching, waiting.
Young mountaineer Matthew Dieumegard-Thornton has become one of the youngest British climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
After last year's successful launch, the Great Himalaya Trail (probably the most expensive trek in the world) returns this month.
The Adventure Company is giving those who vowed to go on a trek of a lifetime in 2012 a welcome financial incentive to follow their resolution through.
Is it too early to be planning Christmas holidays? Not at all! Now is the time to book before all the airline seats are taken, and hotel space becomes difficult.
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