The Rough Guide to Nepal

No person alive has seen as much of Nepal as Hagen, who literally surveyed the entire country in the 1950s. His groundbreaking book was first published in 1961, and revised in 1999. Peter Matthiessen The Snow Leopard.

The Rough Guide to Nepal

The Rough Guide to Nepal

The Rough Guide to Nepal offers an insider's guide to Nepal, from its 'Tantric' temples to its lively bars. It details all the finest Himalayan treks, with practical, up-to-date and expert advice on where to go when and what to take. It covers all the National Parks, offering advice and information on everything from tracking wildlife to hiring elephants. Dedicated chapters are devoted to mountain biking, white water rafting and other adventure sports, and there is unrivaled detail on Buddhism, Hinduism and the numerous ethnic groups that make Nepal a unique destination. The Rough Guide to Nepal also contains scores of detailed maps, covering everything from Pokhara and the Chitwan National Park to the Everest Base Camp trek. Originally published in print in 2012. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Nepal. Now available in ePub format.

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