The Amazing Travellers, Explorers of Nepal
Hello From Ghumante
“Ghumante” means a person who loves to Travel and travels a lot in Nepali. And we are just that. We are a group of Travel Enthusiasts, Photographers and Adventurers. We love travelling in and around Nepal and share our Stories. We have travelled all around Nepal, some known and some very rarely known places but equally magical.
Ghumante began as weekly Travel Plan among a group of Friends, who then decided why not share it with others. Posting to facebook wasn’t enough, and Ghumante was born. The first milestone was the Ghumante Facebook Page, which is getting popular in a very short span of time, and then, BOOM!, we are all over the web now. This website is another attempt to share our Travel Stories and Photo Journals with all the Travel and Nature Lovers around the Globe.
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The Langtang National Park is the third biggest national park of Nepal. Established in 1976, the protected area covers an area of 1,710 km2 (660 sq mi) of Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sidhupalchowk districts of the central Himalayan region encompassing 26 Village Development Committees. Sacred lake of Gosainkunda is one of the key trekking destinations of the National Park. The summit of Mount Langtang Lirung , 7245 meters is the […]
Exactly a year ago, my article, Trip to Kalinchowk, was published on ghumante. The trip to Shailung was already planned at that time because, after Kalinchowk, Shailung was our preferred destination in Dolakha for winter and snow. According to the plan, four of us, collegemates of Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel geared up for the trip, right after […]
Waling Municipality, the heart of Syangja, is a small valley surrounded by hills. It is a small town in the western hills of Nepal, in the Aadhikhola valley in Syangja district, Gandaki Zone of Nepal. Waling bazaar is at the height of 800 meters from sea level while the municipality’s height varies from 731 to 1596 […]