It has been reported by the news media earlier in the morning that four climbers were discovered dead inside their tent on their camp on Mount Everest. Their bodies was discovered by the Sherpa climbers at camp IV on Tuesday. Among the four dead persons two were foreigners and two were Nepalis. Currently their identity is unknown and further investigation is being carried out.

News media reports that the Sherpa climbers were there to recover the dead body of 49 year old Slovakian solo climber Vladimir Strba who died earlier on camp IV on Sunday. But they were surprised to discover four more. Rescuers suspect that the reason for their death is could be suffocation inside the tent.

With these deaths, the death toll this spring on Mount Everest has rose to nine.

 

संसारको शिर्ष उचाईमा ! यस जोडीले तीन हप्ता ट्रेकिङ गरि हिउँ र वरफको बेवास्ता गर्दै सगरमाथामा गरे  विवाह (र बेहुली वैवाहिक पहिरनमा सुसज्जित थिईन)!!!        

Min Bahadur Sherchan an eighty year climber has died at the base camp of Mt Everest on Saturday afternoon.

The 83 year old  former British Gurkha Serchan who aimed at reclaiming the record to ascend the world’s highest mountain from Japan’s Yuichiro Miura, who climbed Everest aged 80 in 2013 at died at  5:14 pm Saturday afternoon, multiple sources at the Everest base camp confirmed.

Hiking is fun and everyone knows it. Generally it is better to hike in groups. There will be more people and you can have a chat while hiking which is better to relieve from exhaustion. Hiking in groups is more safe as well. But this doesn’t mean that one cannot hike solo. Solo hiking has its benefits as well. But one must be extremely careful on some topics while going for solo hiking. Basically in this article I’ll simply be putting forward some tips for safe and better solo hiking. Hope these tips will help those hikers who are planning to go solo.

The land of the mighty Himalayas, Nepal sure is a small but very cool country to visit. The suitable climate, the beauty of the nature it posses and the endless enjoyable activities that you can do over in this tiny little country is what makes this country one of its own on the planet for tourism activities. Apart from this what you’ll love about this country are the people who will be willing to welcome you from the bottom of their heart and offer you what they have for your service. It is in their culture to offer service to the foreign visitors since they regards guests as god in their religion.

Royal National Park Chitwan, formerly Royal Hunting Reserve, today is one of the few places in the world where we can see tigers, crocodiles, elephants and rhinos (1/4 of the world population) living in wild. One of the local attractions is a trip on the elephants into the jungle. It lasts approx. 2 hours and allows us to do the observation of wild animals in their natural habitat. Sometimes the elephant gets scare seeing a snake in his path, however, the person in charge of the elephant is always able to bring it to the appropriate track.

I am a responsible person who knows exactly what she wants from life. A total negation of this statement (in line with the exception proves the rule) is my trip to Nepal. The direction of which I did not know absolutely nothing, excess free cash in my account, lonely March evening in front of the computer and the need to face the new challenge, for me it was to travel alone, contributed to the fact that after repeated “refresh” the page with already filled in credit card datas I clicked “confirm”. In this way I became proud of myself to own tickets for August from Berlin to Kathmandu – the capital of the country quite unknown to me.

Welcome to Zed Travels, With its ancient culture and the Himalayas as its stage, landlocked Nepal is a sacred country, to natives and foreigners alike. The special place it holds in your heart will only deepen when you discover the ruins and relics that is the heritage of the welcoming and wonderful Nepalese people. The mass development of much of Asia and the Far East seems to have side-stepped Nepal.