Sunday, February 1, 2015


Trekking in Nepal

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Trekking in Nepal

Mustang Trek in Nepal



This gate marks the limits of the kingdom of Mustang. An ancient salt trade route that connected the Asian continent from north to south once passed through this door. A forthcoming road to Mustang will soon link China and Nepal. Mustang, Nepal, 2014 (David Rengel)
Sheltered by some of the highest mountains in the world — Annapurna and Dhaulagiri — and bordering China on the Tibetan plateau, hides an ancient kingdom called Mustang, or Land of Lo. The kingdom is often confused with the mythical Shangri-La. The capital of the Mustang kingdom, Lo Manthang, is home to the Loba people, and its walled city is considered by some scholars to be the best preserved medieval fortress in the world. It is a candidate to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Thanks in part to its ancestral location — and because it has been forbidden to foreigners until as recently as 1992 — Mustang has retained its ancient culture. Though its capital is located in Nepal, it is one of the last strongholds of traditional Tibetan life left in the world. It remains a restricted region that is difficult to access. Foreigners must obtain special permits and pay high rates to visit it.
Photographer David Rengel visited the region recently to document the culture and observe its long-preserved way of life. Part of the project was realized while he began filming a documentary alongside producer and director by Larry Levene called “The Last Lost Kingdom” for the production company Es.Docu.
The lower part of Mustang yields more moist land and is rich in vegetation, while the more arid land in upper Mustang makes agricultural life a bit harder.
For centuries, caravans roamed the Kali Gandaki gorge between regions of Tibet, China and India with salt, yak wool, cereals, dried meat, spices and other goods on the so-called Salt Road. A road is being built along this route that will directly connect Mustang with China. When the road is completed, it will become one of the most accessible corridors of the Himalayas, and Mustang’s inhabitants’ lives may rapidly change with the influx of foreigners. Many of the young Loba people are waiting expectantly and anxiously for the road’s completion, but many older residents are hesitant about what it will mean for their culture and identity.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal



weather is changing in Nepal so please bring warm and windproof  materials with you. We got got snow over 2500 meters above.  Annapurna Base camp have a lot of snow so be careful about the avalanches (specially before Deurali and Bagar ) . Hopefully path will open soon but try to eastern part trail (cross the river ) .



No one guest are at Base camp only hotel staff are there . Machhapuchhre base camp to Annapurna Base camp trekking trail is full of the snow so please postpone few days or change your itinerary and wait for opening the trail .



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Monday, December 1, 2014

Short hike tours

Short hike tours



One day hiking to Dhampus is for those who don't have longer holidays but still interested in the diverse landscape and breathtaking scenic beauty of Himalayan range across the greenery of high hills.  Dhampus , one of the Major entrance point to Annapurna, is popular for its cultural and Natural properties. Everyone is welcomed with open heart and respect by the majority of ethnic inhabitants always.
You can stat the hike either from Hemja, a low valley near Pokhara or from Sarangkot, the most popular sunrise view point. In both the options you can enjoy the view of lake , ridge , valley, green vegetation and the panoramic view of Mt. Fishtail(6997 meters.), Annapurnas (I,II,III,IV & South),
Manaslu, Dhaulagiri and a numerous other snowy peaks. The hike is designed for one or two days according to the interests of the clients.
- See more at: http://pristinetrekking.com/index.php/short-hike-tours#sthash.g4dOgHbx.dpuf

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal



Trekking in Nepal is an all season activity. The most popular trekking seasons are spring (February – May) and Fall (September to November), but even in the summer monsoon, trekking is popular in the rain shadow regions north of the Himalayas in areas such as Mustang, Upper Manang and Dolpo. Pristine Mountain Adventure specializes in professional, yet personalized service and socially and environmentally friendly trekking and adventure travel. We respond quickly and promptly to inquiries to help you put together the adventure of a lifetime, no matter your budget. We are local trekking agency in Nepal so we have more ideas about Nepal. Other Adventure Travel Options to add onto your trek include: River rafting, paragliding, mountain flights, zipline, jungle safari, ultra-lite flying, parahawking and caving/spelunking, hot air ballooning, bird-watching, honey hunting. We will work within your budget, cut costs to meet your needs, or suggest luxuries to make your adventure extra special. Our guides are instructed in the highest standards of service and eco-friendly trekking practices, educated in the flora, fauna and culture of Nepal, and trained in safety and medical concerns, from altitude sickness and wilderness first aid to clean water practices. Our vision of our company and its services comes from our deep love of Nepal and her beauty, diversity and unparalleled natural environment. Let us share with you the Nepal we love, the Pristine Nepal !

Monday, October 6, 2014

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal



The Annapurna region is situated in the western part of Nepal. This region is famous for its' dramatic natural scenery, valleys, deep gorges, high mountain passes, sub-tropical to alpine vegetation, Buddhist & Hindus monasteries, culturally rich villages, people  & their traditional practices. The area is also home to Mt. Annapurna south, Mt. Annapurnas I,II,III , IV, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu, and several climbing peaks.  Gurung, Magar & Thakali form the major ethnic tribes in this region.