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Kakani, a great day trip from Kathmandu

I recently took a group of customers to Kakani. They didn’t come to Nepal for trekking, but they wanted to see as much as possible. We decided to go to one of the most beautiful places I know for people … Continue reading

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My trek in the Manaslu Valley

I just came back from a two week trekking adventure in the Manaslu Valley. This trek is one of the most pleasant trekking routes. The valley is located in the western part of Nepal and is also known as the … Continue reading

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Etre guide dans l’Himalaya

La raison pour laquelle j’ai décidé de devenir guide est parce que j’aime mon pays, le Népal. J’aimerais que tous les randonneurs et les personnes qui aiment la nature en général apprennent à le connaitre. Cependant, personne ne devient guide … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a Himalayan guide?

The reason why I decided to become a guide is because I love my country, Nepal.  I really want to introduce it to the trekkers and to anyone who loves natural beauty. However, no one becomes a guide immediately. People … Continue reading

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Ma randonnée préférée au Népal

Sans aucun doute, ma randonnée préférée au Népal est celle du Pike Peak, qui se situe dans la région du Solu. On trouve deux zones principales de randonnée dans la région de l’Everest, le Solu et le Khumbu. Le Solu … Continue reading

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My favorite trek in Nepal

Without a doubt, my favorite trek in Nepal is Pike Peak (prounced ‘Pi-kay’), located in the Solu Region.   There are two main trekking areas in the Everest area, Solu and Khumbu.  Solu is less traveled than Khumbu and that … Continue reading

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Hello from Basa, Nepal

Welcome to my blog. I am Buddiraj Rai, a professional guide in the Himalayas of Tibet and Nepal. I’ve decided to start a blog because I know that people don’t know my country or the Himalayas as well as they … Continue reading

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