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Bisket Jatra Festival 2017

Bisket Jatra Festival 2017

Bisket Jatra-Unique Newari Festival Only Celebrated In Bhaktapur is one of the most important festival that is celebrated in Bhaktapur every once a year in the month of April on the 1st day of Nepali month Baisakh. The day is also celebrated as the New Year festival of Nepal.

The term Bisket Jatra is derived from Newari word Bi and Syaku which meaning snake laughter. One day before the festival the people of Bhaktapur install a long pole with two plain white flags near Bhadrakali Pit and Chunpit Ghat. These two plain flags symbolize the commitment of two snakes.
In this regard there is found two popular stories that speaks about the king, his daughter princess and her wedding and the death of the her prince as well as the next stories talk about the Trantic power of the local people invasion suppression and the death of the snake. So both the story centralized towards the snake.

The legend say that when the king daughter marry to any prince the prince will died after the first night of marry but no one can find any problem. So in the same time one brave prince from another country came in this place and he told he will marry the princess. At the night princess slept but the prince as not sleeping because to find the reason behind that but suddenly from the nose of the princess one thread like structure came out and turn into the snake and the brave prince killed the snake and they lived a happy life and the people of this area also became happy. Then from that day onwards people have celebrated this destroy of iniquity through the ceremony crash of chariots symbolizing the consummation of marriage and this festival. Thus till today you can see that this Bisket Jatra is celebrated with great enjoy.
Source Ohso Travel

Mt Everest

Mt. Everest – Climbing session starts in Nepal : first spring climber head for Everest

KATHMANDU, March 28 : The climbing season in Nepal has started with the departure of the Spring Climbers off to Mount Everest. The team of climberson Tuesday set off to the Khumbu region, with the season started the government has expected that the number of climbers to expedite the Everest will top 500 this year.

Being the first to obtain climbing permit from the Department of Tourism for Mt Everest this climbing season, a 15-member team led by American mountaineer Dallas Glass of International Mountain Guides left for Lukla to begin acclimatization, Ang Jangbu Sherpa of Beyul Adventure Pvt Ltd said, adding that 17 more foreign climbers will obtain permits in a couple of days.

“I am happy to return to Mt Everest this season,” Jim Davidson, a seasoned mountaineer from Colorado, told this daily. Davidson, also co-author of The New York Times bestseller The Ledge left for Lukla and plans to be in Khumbu region for over two months. “The season will be quite interesting,” Davidson, who abandoned his last attempt on Mt Everest following the devastating April earthquake in 2015, added.

Mingma Sherpa, managing director of Seven Summits Treks, claimed that his company would be leading 15 expeditions including eight on Mt Everest this season. “At least 65 climbers will attempt Mt Everest from Nepal side while more than 100 others will be on other peaks, including Mt Kanchenjunga, Mt Makalu, Mt Lhotse, Mt Nuptse, Mt Annapurna and Mt Dhaulagiri, this season,” he said.

Himalayan Guides will also have four expeditions comprising over 50 climbers for Mt Everest,the company’s MD Iswari Paudel said, adding that his company would also run a few expeditions on other mountains.

“There will be more than 500 foreign climbers on Mt Everest this season,” Paudel, who is also secretary of the Expedition Operators Association Nepal, said.

There will be two expeditions of British Gurkhas, according to Summit Nepal Trek, which is also handling an expedition for Min Bahadur Sherchan, 85, this season. “Most of the companies have already transported logistics and gear to Khumbu region to set up base camp,” owner of Sherpa Khangri Outdoor Temba Tsheri Sherpa, who is also the youngest person to ever reach the summit of Mt Everest, said.

DoT has received applications from over 130 climbers representing 10 teams for Mt Everest till date and it expects more expeditions to seek climbing permits in the coming days.

This season too the government has failed to revise the existing act and regulations to make necessary improvement in the mountaineering sector. “Interestingly, none of the climbers will be getting a single GPS tracking device from DoT this season, as the department has done nothing in that
regard,” a senior DoT officer said, adding that liaison officers would also continue to enjoy impunity.

According to Ang Dorjee Sherpa, chairman, Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee, a team of eight icefall doctors has already reached the icefall section to fix the route up to Camp II. “The route fixing work is making steady progress,” he told THT over phone from Namche.

Global Rescue will also have its highly trained personnel on the ground, ready to perform life-saving rescue and evacuation missions.

“Physicians and paramedic rescue specialists are deployed in Nepal to assist climbers who are ill, injured or need to be evacuated,” Dan Richards, CEO and founder of Global Rescue, said in a statement.



Published On: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Time : 17:44:51

Himalaya trekking

Everest Base Camp Trek – Group Joining

Date: 17 April 2017 Arrival

Departure: 19 April (Kathmandu to Lukla)

Price: 1250 USD per Person

Everest Base Camp Trek one of the most scenic and popular adventure around Himalaya and probably on this planet, where you will be walking on the foot of world highest Mt. Everest at base camp, with an altitude of above 5,364 m high encircled by towering giant mountains and remorseless fields of ice and glacier with notorious tumbling huge blocks of Khumbu Ice-Falls.

Truly a mesmerizing adventure Everest Base Camp Trek with View Nepal Treks, where our expert and natives guides of Everest area lead you to witness the in-depth of the country full of Himalayan wonders, its rich Buddhist culture and old heritage way of life as it was past hundred of centuries.

Everest Base Camp Trek rewards you with Unparalleled panorama of world highest Mt. Everest 8,848 m / 29, 028ft, Ever since Mt. Everest was first summited in 1953 by legendary late Tenzing and Hillary, the high country of Khumbu and Everest has become one of the most premier adventure ground for all types of people for moderate to adventurous trekking or challenging and as well for mountaineers.

Starting with short scenic flight to Lukla with its unique airstrip, to begin our wonderful adventure Everest Base Camp Trek, as the walk leads to interesting Sherpa villages and at Namche Bazaar, the capital of Khumbu Sherpas here you can find various facilities from well stocked stores-shops-many standard restaurants with café and fresh bakeries and as well post-office and banks.

After a pleasant time with rest days at Namche heading higher into enchanting alpine forest to reach famous and scenic Thyangboche Monastery surrounded with pristine woodland and mountain views with time visiting interesting monastery with young monks on prayer and religious activities, our journey continues heading much higher where tree declines to wild terrain of windswept landscapes, moraines, and glaciers on reaching our final destination at Everest Base Camp. If you are looking for short duration trekking in Everest Region then Everest Panorama Trek (11-12 Days) would be a favorable option.

Everest Base Camp Trek Outline itinerary

Day 01:  Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 02: Fly to Lukla 2,830 m & trek to Phakding 2,640 m – 04 hrs.

Day 03: Trek to Namche Bazaar 3,440 m – 05 hrs.

Day 04: Rest day at Namche Bazaar for acclimatization and excursion.

Day 05: Trek to Thyangboche 3,867 m – 05hrs.

Day 06: Trek to Dingboche 4,260 m – 05hrs.

Day 07: Rest day at Dingboche for acclimatization and excursion.

Day 08: Trek to Lobuche 4,930 m – 05 hrs.

Day 09: Trek to Gorak Shep 5,170 m and Everest Base Camp 5,364 m and return to Gorakshep – 06 hrs.

Day 10: Hike to Kalapathar 5,545 m trek to Pheriche 4,240m – 05 hrs.

Day 11: Trek to Thyangboche – 05 hrs.

Day 12: Trek to Monjo 2,860m – 06 hrs.

Day 13: Trek to Lukla – 04 hrs.

Day 14: Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to respective hotels.

Day 15: In Kathmandu free day with a sightseeing tour.

Day 16: International departure for homeward bound.

Cost Includes / Excludes

Cost Includes

  1. All arrival and departure transportation airport / hotel / airport.
  2. Three Star (Tourist Standard) hotel in Kathmandu with bed / breakfast basis.
  3. A guide who can speak English and government licensed.
  4. Porter (2 clients : 1 porter)
  5. Food in Trekking (B-L-D)
  6.  Lodge accommodation during trekking
  7. Applicable TIMS (Trekking Information Management Systems) card.
  8. National Park permit for Sagarmatha national park
  9. Service of trekking guide and porter daily wages-medical insurance, meals, and transportation allowance.
  10. Welcome or farewell  dinner in Kathmandu at authentic Nepalese restaurant with cultural programs.
  11. Down jackets-sleeping bags and comprehensive medical kits.
  12. Domestic airfare as per the itinerary Kathmandu / Lukla / Kathmandu and trips briefing with full information and reconfirmation of your international air tickets also.

Note: We strongly advise you to take out personal travel insurance.

Cost Exclude

  • Nepal Visa-International airfare-personal travel / medical insurance.
  • Expenses of personal nature and meals in Kathmandu, gratitude. hard / soft drinks throughout the trip
  • Emergency evacuation by any means of transportation including Heli services and personal medical kit.
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Early return from the trip due to personal / medical problem in this case clients should bear his / her own expenses on return from trek and in Kathmandu including expenses of accompanying guide / porters.


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