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                                     Upper Mustang Trekking
Upper #Mustang is on an ancient trade route between #Nepal and Tibet exploiting the lowest 4,660 meters (15,300 ft).
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                                 Shivapuri Nagarjun National park
    The shivapuri National park situated on the northern fringe of #Kathmandu valley. Is the nearest park (12km ) from the capital city. It is the major catchment area of the Bagmati and Bishnumati rivers that flow through the Kathmandu valley. The catchments are the main sources of drinking water for Kathmandu valley providing almost 40% of the water supply which amounts to about 30 million liters of water a day. The highest point is the shivapuri peak (2,732m) . This national park is the only walled park in the country, surrounded by an 111km long brick wall. There are two #villages namely mulkarka and Okhreni in the vicinity of the park.
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Mountain Biking
The best way to explore the Kathmandu valley is on a mountain bike. Nepal’s varied terrain is a mountain bikers dream adventure come true. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of expiring the magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage. There are plenty of dirt roads and trails in Nepal to meet every mountain biker’s wildest fantasy. Mountain biking is specially recommended if you wish to explore urban centers of specially optional if you Kathmandu as well as the countryside. Adventurous souls may plan extensive trips to such exotic locales as Namche Bazaar and western Nepal. You could even do the entire length of Nepal across the plains. Mountain bikes are available for rent by t he day or longer in many of the bicycle rental outlets in and around the city.
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Trekking in the Annapurna Himalaya is an adventure in wonderland Astonishing altitude variations and ecological diversity make this area flow over with natural beauty. You will cross-sacred valleys surrounded by enormous peaks. The Annapurna sanctuary is a hidden glacial hollow which shimmers like a jewel in the mountains. For thousands of years, many people from diverse ethnic backgrounds have carved a lifestyle out of its steep terraces and barren plateaus. Moreover, the excellent habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals reflect the region’s biological diversity. Multiple species of orchids, rhododendrons, birds, reptile and other flora &fauna are to be astonished.
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Saeangkot
Sarangkot a fortress site along the crest toward Naudanda circles south and returns via the harpan valley. AN overnight visit to Sarangkot offers a grandstand view of both sunset and sunrise over the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhare.
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You defiantly curious what kind of food you will get in Everest base camp trekking the foot of the world highest mountains. Please find below the few guidelines of tea house trekking menu.
Food Menu: Various types of meals are served according to its Menu from Continental, Indian, Nepali, Chinese, Mexican, local Sherpa & Tibetan food as well.
On standard Breakfast mainly Western food are served: Cereals varieties are from Muesli, Porridge and Corn flakes with milk to add, Eggs of choice (omelet, fried, boil or scramble)followed with toast along with hash brown potato / tomato with tea / coffee
Lunch of variations:
Toast / Sandwich (Tuna, Sardine, vegetable or eggs) served with honey, jam, peanut / normal butter.
Lunch: Green Salad, plain boiled vegetable (as per the season) cauliflower, potato, carrots, French beans, cabbage or pumpkins, baked beans with bread / pancake or Tibetan bread ( a simple flour bread dipped in hot oil) followed with refreshment (tea / hot orange/ lemon drinks)
Dinner: Soup variations either plain chicken, mushrooms,
tomato, noodle and vegetable soups with snacks breads, prawn crackers or popcorns and papadum (thin small Indian soft crackers based on lentils).
Main course:
Variation Nepali Dal / bhat (boiled rice / lentil soup) with vegetable / meat (chicken, buffalo or yak) and vegetable mild curry.
Pilau Rice, Fried Rice (veg or meat and eggs) fried noodles (veg or meat and eggs)chapatti (unleavened plain Indian type bread) sometime MoMo (Dumpling) either veg / meat choice followed with desert either fresh fruit if available like orange, apples or canned mix fruits, custard, pie / cakes
With tea / coffee / drinking chocolate.
Recommended vegetarian food:
Breakfast either toast / chhapati / pancake or Puri ( small rolled bread dipped in hot oil) with mild curry vegetable, paratha bread ( Indian buttered bread either plain or stuffed with potatoes)
Vegetable Fried Rice / Noodles or plain rice, Dal (Lentil soup) with mild veg curry can have vegetable Momo stuffed with cabbage or spinach.

http://www.himalayastrek.com/everest-base-camp-trekking.php
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Tea house in Everest base camp trekking

It all depends upon the booking whether using simple standard Lodge or Deluxe / Luxury types, In Everest area all these types of accommodation are available as attitude wise from above 4,000 meters Deluxe lodge are limited even if there is the restrooms are common due to cold and high altitude where individual toilets are hard to maintain in this high and cold altitude.
However, choice can be made as Everest area from Lukla to Dingboche / Pheriche have good standard lodge / resorts for your choices.
Using Tents or camping trek is few now days due to many lodges on route trekking, however if you like camping trips we can organize with single or twin sharing warm spacious tents, with separate kitchen unit of cook, kitchen staff, guides and porters with all camping facilities and excellent foods.
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Birds
Some little birds like the tiny sunbirds, seek insects in the flowers and in doing so help with pollination. Birds also eat the fruit of trees, and having had their meal fly away some where else and later void the seeds, thus dispersing them.
As regards enemies some insects do cause damage to trees. The caterpillars of some beetles bore into the wood, and those of certain moths eat the young shoots and leaves.
http://www.himalayastrek.com/bird-watching-tour-in-nepal.php
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