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Articles about Nepal

By Tanya Basu / Time.com
Nepal is reopening Mt. Everest for mountaineers after a massive earthquake hit the country in April. Nobukazu Kuriki, a Japanese climber, will begin his ascent Tuesday as the first mountaineer since the devastating earthquake-turned-avalanche k...
By Mickey Rapkin

For director Baltasar Kormákur and actor Jason Clarke, making a movie about the 1996 Everest mountain-climbing disaster was always going to be difficult.

By Spencer Peterson
The 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal in April moved Mount Everest 3 centimeters, or 1.2 inches, to the southwest, according to a report released this week by China’s National Administration of Surveying, Mapping, and Geoinformation, and ...
By Rishi Iyengar / Time.com
“We are pleased to inform you that Nepal is now safe to visit,” reads an email from Adventure Mountain Explore Treks & Expedition (AME treks) sent out on Wednesday. “If you have already booked your holiday or you are planning to, we welcome you wi...
By Jacob Davidson / Time.com
As Nepal reels from an earthquake that left over 3,000 dead and more than 6,500 injured, people around the world are scrambling to determine how they can best contribute to the relief effort. Unfortunately, when it comes to natural disasters, m...
By Bree Sposato
North America Iconic Hikes Our top picks for tackling some of the most scenic U.S. landscapes. Yosemite National Park, California: On the Yosemite Walking & Hiking tour from Backroads, stroll beneath an 1,800-year-old giant sequoia in the park’...

Hotels in Nepal

Everything about this hotel seeks to preserve, or honor, the country’s unique heritage. Terracotta designs made from local artisans and local clay, rescued and restored woodworks, and textiles embroidered in typical Nepali designs are found throughout the property.

Things to do in Nepal

In a country short on homegrown preservation efforts, KVPT has established itself as a steward of some of Nepal's most fantastic monuments.