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Trishuli River

Laser Travel - Water Rafting Adventure : Trishuli RiverThe Trishuli, named after the 'Trident' of Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity, is Nepal's most popular river for white-water Rafting with its easy ...

Culture Tours, Rafting & Jungle Safar..

Laser Travel - Cultral Tours, Rafting & Jungle Safari - 10 DAYS

Our trip plan under this package will initially be designated to Soyambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Patan. As you travel around ...

Cairo and Alexandria - 5 Days

Laser Travel - Cairo and Alexandria - 5 Days

Cairo, Egypt has always been attracting travelers. Cairo is one of the world's largest urban areas and offers many sites to visit. It is ...

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Jomsom- Trekking region of Nepal
Jomsom, Mountain region, Jomsom, Muktinath Jomsom, well known as Dzongsam or New Fort, is a town located at an altitude of 2800m in Mustang, Nepal. It extends over both the banks of the Kali Gandaki River. Along the banks of Kali Gandaki River there are rocks holy to the Hindus. The soaring peaks of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri form a backdrop. As the district headquarters, it is primarily an administrative and commercial center with government officials and merchants rubbing shoulders with the local residents of the region, known as Thakalis. A company of the Nepalese Army is stationed here. Nearby the Nepalese army camp situated a small domestic airport where does operate the domestics flight via Pokhara. Unfortunately flights are not regular due to its climate reason. A trail passes through the Lower Mustang region of Nepal, ending at the village of Kagbeni, a Tibetan influenced village filled with prayer wheels, shortens and a Buddhist monastery. The trail follows the Kali Gandaki River which forms the deepest ravine in the world; on one side a lie the Annapurna Mountain range and on the other side is Dhaulagiri. Between the two ranges, there are views of 8 of the 20 highest mountains in the world. The Kali Gandaki is a quarter of a mile wide river bed; during the winter the river will be dry, but during the summer and monsoon it fills with rain water and melting snow.
The scenery of the trail ranges from forests of brilliant red rhododendrons to rocky cliffs and desert. The culture along the track is a rich mixture of Hindu and Tibetan Buddhism. The trail's highest point is Muktinath at 3800 m, a holy site of temples sacred to both Buddhists and Hindus for centuries. Little 45 minutes away from Jomsom Bazar lies the village of Marpha which is well known place for the apple farming. Recommended Hotels & Resorts, please check our recommended accommodation lists.