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Valentines Day(14th Feb)

February 14, 2019

We wish you and your loved ones a Happy Valentine’s Day! The most-awaited day of February! Valentine’s Day is celebrated in honour of Saint Valentine, a 3rd-century Roman saint associated with courtly love. Valentine’s Day is dedicated to love and romance.last but not the least is the Valentine’s Day. Spend this whole day with your loved one to make them feel special. Express your love with gifts chocolates roses etc. ..Continue Reading

Kiss Day(13th Feb)

February 13, 2019

The day just before Valentine’s Day is celebrated as Kiss Day. A kiss represents love, affection and passion. Kiss is the sweetest form expression to show love. You can express love in hundreds of ways but the best form of expression is kiss. There are different types of kiss such as French kiss, lip to lip kiss, kiss on forehead. Kiss on fore head is a sign of caring and being responsible. ..Continue Reading

Hug Day(12th Feb)

February 12, 2019

Sometimes a hug will say what words can’t. Go ahead and make sure you hug your friends, parents and loved ones this Hug Day. You share the happiness by hugging your near and dear ones .not only loved ones as it is only hugs which can brighten up someone’s day. It is warm and charming feeling and makes others happy. Hug is an important feeling of expressing love and affection. ..Continue Reading

Promise Day(11th Feb)

February 11, 2019

Promises are easy to make but hard to keep. It is good to make promise but we should be good at expressing our love and affection to our loved one rather than making promises. But there is a day called promise day in the week days of valentine. So make promises in the promise day but do fulfill the previous ones to make your relation strong. ..Continue Reading

Teddy Day(10th Feb)

February 10, 2019

Teddies are the cutest gift to be given to your beloved person. They can be cuddled when we miss someone. They can be hit upon when we are angry and also we can cry our hearts out on them. On this day lovers give small and big teddy to their loved ones.An adorable teddy bear is the cutest way to let your significant other know how much they mean to you! ..Continue Reading

Chocolate day (9th Feb)

February 9, 2019

As the name suggests, the third day of the week leading up to the festival of love is dedicated to chocolates. Chocolates and candies are age-old gifts for first dates, anniversaries, weddings and more. It is the perfect occasion to let your loved ones know how much you care for them with chocolates. And to your loved ones girlfriend or wives boyfriend or husband you can give the special heart shaped chocolates and gifts of course. ..Continue Reading

Propose day(8th Feb)

February 8, 2019

Propose Day The second day of Valentine Week - is the day when people express their feelings for their loved ones. On this day, large numbers of youngsters give roses to propose their girlfriend or boyfriend. On this day you can approach your crush and tell them what you feel for them directly. Proposal should be made special by keeping in mind the venue surrounding and gifts. ..Continue Reading

Rose day(7th Feb)

February 7, 2019

Rose Day has become an event that couples and friends eagerly wait for. It is celebrated by gifting roses to your loved ones to tell them how much you love and appreciate them. Rose Day is celebrated all over the world as a lead-up to Valentine’s Day on February 7th.Rose Day marks the beginning of the much-awaited Valentine Week. ..Continue Reading

The dark history of Valentine’s Day

February 7, 2019

Flowers, candy, red hearts and romance. That’s what Valentine’s day is all about, right? Well, maybe not. The dark history of Valentines Day and the story of its patron saints are covered in mystery. The Catholic Church of the Roman emperior recognizes different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred. Story 1 The first story of Valentines Day begins in the third century with Claudius II a cruel Roman emperor and Valentinus which was a humble christian martyr. ..Continue Reading

Sonam Lhosar

February 5, 2019

Different types of cultural festivals are celebrated in Nepal. Lhosar is one of them,The word Lhosar means the beginning of a New Year where “Lho” represents Year or age and “sar” means new or fresh. It is mainly celebrated by the people of the Sherpa, Tamang, Gurung, Dura, Lepcha, and Bhote communities.There are three different types of Lhosars, that is,Tola Lhosar, Sonam Lhosar, and Gyalbo Lhosar, and each Lhosar is held in a different date every year. ..Continue Reading

Is it worth to visit Nepal?

January 27, 2019

Well, Nepal is the best choice for the travellers as it is loaded with natural beauty, climate, culture, race, language, tradition, arts, religions etc.which have made people recognize Nepal all over the world. Nepal is also famous for its climate as it experience world climate; hot in terai, mild in hilly and cold in mountain region. We can experience world climate in one day by travelling north to south of Nepal. ..Continue Reading

How does travelling add value to life and how to derive that value while travelling?

January 24, 2019

The feeling when you are packing your bags and you know that you are going for a new adventure is totally amazing. Travelling makes a huge impact on your life. It’s really hard to capture the feeling of travelling in words. The excitement and life experiences that happen when we travel are unlike anything else which provides the most awesome feeling giving out a brain break. Here are some of the major reasons of how travelling adds value to your life: ..Continue Reading

How does Tourism affect environment?

January 24, 2019

Tourism is one of the favorite activities of all the people living around the whole world. But in some context it has playing a major role to cause harmful effect on the environment. The word Tourism mainly refers to travelling from one place to another for the purpose of pleasure and to spend their holidays and vacation. So for increasing the tourism in one’s country there should be a lot of facilities like good transportation, recreational facilities and swimming pools for which the natural resources are being damaged. ..Continue Reading

A guide to Paragliding in Kathmandu

January 24, 2019

Paragliding is a recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying. Unlike other sport activities like hand-gliding it helps to refresh your mind from the busy world. It is one of the best way to enjoy the nature. It has been one of main source to take the aerial view of Nature by experiencing the real thrill of adventure. It has been established in various corners of world and also in Nepal with the main motive of increasing tourism. ..Continue Reading

Is Paragliding Scary

January 22, 2019

No paragliding is not scary. If you just follow simple steps and the guidance of the pilot you will be able to enjoy the thrilling experience of paragliding with a smooth flight.But if you panic while you are paragliding, it can be dangerous. Please work on your fear before you attempt something like this. I actually think that once the entire “event” has been explained to you and the pilots have told you all about the safety/planning side of it you won’t be so frightened. ..Continue Reading

Bungy Jumping in Nepal

January 22, 2019

Bungy jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The tall structure can be buildings, bridge or crane. When the person jumps then the thrill comes from the freefall and the rebound. The cords stretches and the jumper flies upward and again the cords recoils and it continues to move up and down. Although, New Zealand was the first country to start bungy jumping commercially, but now it has been adopted by all country to attract more number of tourist. ..Continue Reading

Bhote Koshi River Rafting, Nepal

January 22, 2019

Bhote Koshi river rafting is popular among travelers for beautiful adventures of white water rafting. Rafting on the Bhote Kosi is a full body experience, much more than simply paddling forward and backward. Bhote Koshi originates from the melting snows of Zhangzanbo (8,012 m) Glacier in Tibet. Bhote Koshi is the main branch of the Sun Koshi and it has been descended by kayak from near the Tibetan border at Kodari. ..Continue Reading