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01: Where is Everest base camp located?
Everest Base camp located on two sides of the countries the south base camp in Nepal at high Solu-Khumbu district of mid-east Himalaya, where’s north base camp in Tibet / China at Rongbuk side.

Everest and base camp with Latitude 27.986065 and Longitude at 86.922623.
From Nepal South Base Camp most popular for treks and climb due to its scenic views and accommodation comfort on route Everest Base Camp. Top of the world can be seen clearly from the Everest View Trek which will be ending on Namche. 

02: How one can hire the best and reliable trekking guides?
The best and reliable guides depends upon the guide experience with many years on the same line of job for more than decade and with the comments and feed backs from previous and present trekkers.


The best way is joining with local trekking companies in Kathmandu-Nepal where the company provides you expert guides who know the country very well offering you full information of the area of trekking includes culture, flora and fauna and taking good care of its clients.


Best guides should be Government Registered with authorized license to guide foreign visitors with reliable services and good care of client.


03: Why Kathmandu is popularly known as the “City of God”?

As soon foreign visitors steps in Kathmandu where one can witness hundreds of shrines, temples and religious monuments of both Hindu and Buddhism religions, where tourist will be amazed with many statues and idols and shrines all along the streets of Kathmandu, besides its temple premises.


Kathmandu certainly an exciting and interesting as the name describes ‘city of gods’ where two great religions blends (Hindu and Buddhism) in perfect harmony with temples-stupas and monasteries next to each other at close distance.


04: Top Heritage Sites in Nepal?
Nepal a country of great wonders, besides high mountains famous for culture and ancient traditional life, where most of the world heritage sites are located within Kathmandu valley and its nearby cities of Patan / Lalitpur and Bhaktapur.


Some heritage sites situated beyond Kathmandu valley like Lumbini the birth place of Lord Buddha or Light of Asia.


Kathmandu world heritage sites are old durbar square (ancient royal palace and courtyard), Hindu Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath and Bouddhanath Stupas, Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Squares with Changunarayan temple.


Beyond Kathmandu Lumbini birth place of Lord Buddha, and Chitwan National Park situated within the inner subtropical Terai lowlands of Southern-Central Nepal. The park was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Includes Sagarmatha National Park (Sagarmatha for Everest in Nepal) added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.

05: Reason behind popularity of Pashupatinath Temple:
First of all the main hub for all world-wide Hindu worshippers and pilgrims, second is that it is one of ancient monuments and the landmark of the country.


Pashupatinath temple dedicated to Lord Shiva (one of main three Gods besides Brahma and Vishnu) the temple adorned with golden pagoda and silver sided doors with intricate design.


Where one of the main religious festivals is held at Pashupatinath temple premises the famous Shiva Ratri (birth anniversary of Lord Shiva) where thousands of pilgrims from all around India and Nepal visits for a worship and blessing of Lord Pashupatinath.

Contactg Mount Face Nepal for more information

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