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This village perched at 2300 m is located in the sacred valley of Khembalung, in the national park Makalu-Barun. Our project aims to ensure the food self-sufficiency of the village, but also to become a permaculture training center.
On six hectares of partially abandoned land, in the ethics and principles of permaculture, we will initiate a farm comprising a dwelling and reception house, vegetable gardens, fields of food crops, agroforestry, breeding, henhouse. After its completion, this farm will also become a permaculture training center. This project requires fairly significant resources.
If you want to support the development of this village, you can donate to the Nepalko Sathi Association.
The first settlement of the valley is theorized to have taken place when the first King of Kaski, Kulamandan Shah Khad made Batulechaur in the northern side of the valley his winter capital during the mid 14th century.
Pokhara is the leader adventure and leisure destination in Nepal, a gateway for nature lovers in the Annapurna region with plenty of entertainment.
In Pokhara you can experience the excitement of adventure: boating, hiking, pony rides, paragliding, bungee, zipline or simply relaxing at one of the several lakes in the valley.
Pokhara will overwhelm you with its natural beauty and great photo ops. Walk along the shores of the Fewa (Phewa) Lake, enjoy the greenery surrounding you and gaze at the spectacular panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks of the Annapurna Massif. Brightly painted wooden boats add vibrant colors to the greenery, while paragliders float down slowly from above. Flying over the lake is probably going to be one of the highlights of your travel experience in Nepal.
Pokhara is the starting point for Lumbini, the Annapurna circuit, for the upper Mustang, for the Manaslu, Jomsom, Muktinath, the Chitwan natural park and more.
Tribhuvan International Airport
Tribhuvan International Airport is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal.
The airport is about six kilometres from the city centre, in the Kathmandu valley. It is the sole international airport in Nepal and has served as an airfield since 1949.
In 1955 the airport was inaugurated by King Mahendra and renamed Tribhuvan Airport in memory of the king's father. The airport was again renamed Tribhuvan International Airport in 1964.
The Boudha or Boudhanath stupa is one of the most important religious monument in Nepal. Located west of Katmandu, in a district mainly inhabited by Tibetans, and it is one of the arrival points for refugees arriving from neighboring China. The atmosphere is unique and it is good to spend time strolling around the temple. It's also one of the best places to browse antique shops.
The city of Bhaktapur 7km east of Katmandu is a quieter city than Katmandu, and its attractions as interesting as the Nepalese capital. Bhaktapur was once the capital of a kingdom that split into three. The city is the subject of a day visit by most tourists, and if you spend a night there, you will quickly realize the privilege of being almost on your own in this city that has so much to do for you. discover. Here you can spend weeks visiting every neighborhood and every temple. Local life is more authentic and you will be delighted to see a local festival, including the famous Nepalese New Year, the Bisket Jatra, which takes place around mid-April each year and lasts for a week.
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