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Holiday bookings to Mount Everest have doubled during the first six months of 2012, according to World Expeditions.
From teeing-off at 14,500ft in the Himalayas to golfing in the rice paddies of Bali, here’s our pick of the quirkiest golf courses around the world.
People planning trips abroad in the near future can now make use of an online resource described as the world's first interactive 3D travel portal.
Encounters Travel is offering a 15 per cent discount off all Nepal tours departing from December 1st 2011 to February 29th 2012.
The Everest Base Camp trek is a classic trek which follows in the footsteps of Hillary & Tenzing and ends with an ascent of Kala Pattar for superb views of Everest.
Travellers looking for adventure holiday ideas are being offered a new extreme sports package in Nepal with Himalayan Footsteps.
Adventure holiday specialist World Expeditions has announced three new cycling tours in the Himalayas, giving travellers the opportunity to explore regions such as the Kali Gandaki valley.
Those visiting Nepal on adventure holidays could soon enjoy greater comfort while visiting the Everest region.
Everest Day is coming up on May 29th 2011, and to recognise this, Gap Adventures is offering travellers 20 per cent off a 15-day Everest Adventure on June 5th 2011.
Oliver Margry of Himalayan Footsteps shares his top tips for beginners preparing for a trekking holiday in the Himalayas:
After over 10 years of trekking in the Himalayan mountains, Oliver Margry founded his own company as an outlet for his passion for sharing his experience of the Himalayas.
Admit it. New Year's Eve rarely lives up to expectations. Performing the same old tired countdown in overcrowded, freezing cold conditions is simply boring after a while.
Travellers looking for new and extreme adventure holiday ideas have been showing interest in the Nepal traverse of the planned Great Himalaya Trail.
Fourteen people, including one Briton, were killed yesterday when their plane crashed on its way to the Nepal Himalayas.
Oman Air will expand its international network this year with the launch of flights to Kathmandu in Nepal from its base in Muscat.
Travel in 2010 is going to be all about value and how much holiday experience bang you can get for your buck.
Holidaymakers can get fit this autumn with a visit to Nepal; with clear, mild days and cool nights it is the perfect time to visit for a last minute holiday.
Let's face it, 2009 has been a tough year for Brits!
Bloggers on trekking holidays in Nepal are reporting the "end of an era" and really you are almost out of time if you want to experience the Annapurna Circuit trek as the magical experience it once was.
The Nepalese capital Kathmandu has been rocked by a wave of protests as demonstrators, prompting a Nepal travel warning from the Foreign Office.
Last week I think I mentioned kayaking on the Bhoti Kosi river here in Nepal. However, I didn't mention the bus ride back to camp after the kayaking day trip!
Honk honk….I quickly hop to the left, narrowly missing a rickshaw. The driver yells "50 Rupees to Monkey Temple" but appears to be more intent on frightening and deafening foreigners than giving them a lift anywhere.
Britons in search of some warmth after the harshest winter in 13-years will want to make sure they get value for their hard earned sterling this summer.
Travellers are invited to join ActionAid for the First Hand Experience of a lifetime in Nepal, India or South Africa during 2009.
For a truly unique and unforgettable holiday, why not try a 16-day trip to India and Nepal during the Pushkar Camel Fair. The festival brings thousands of visitors from around the world to the colourful event in which locals trade and showcase their livestock.