Cycling tour to Mustang

A road being built to Mustang has opened up an opportunity for adventerous cycling tour to this hidden corner of the Himalaya near Tibet.

It is an emerging destination and number of groups have already toured to Mustang on mountain bike.

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Sherpa Tours Aust sponsors a bird with Bird Conservation, Nepal

Sherpa Tours (Aust) Pty Ltd is proud to announce that as part of our commitment to sustainable tourism and environment protection, we have become life long member of bird conservation Nepal (BCN).

As a life long member of BCN, we sponsor SARUC CRANE, a protected bird in Nepal. These birds are found in Nepal, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Burma. In Nepal, these birds are mostly found in Lumbini and Western terai regions. The species has been extinct from Malaysia, Thailand and Phillipines IUCN Red Data Book lists this bird as lower risk/near threatened.

Sherpa Tours adheres to travelling sustainably to offer our clients a meaningful and low impact journey through Nepal. As part of our commitment to environmental protection, we abide ourselves by strict guidelines which enable us to contribute in control of pollution, forest conservation and wildlife protection. We also require that our clients respect our guidelines and follow the same when travelling to Himalayan region with us.

Established in 1982, Bird Conservation Nepal is the foremost scientific authority providing accurate information on birds and their habitats throughout Nepal. They provide scientific data and expertise on birds for the Government of Nepal through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) and work closely in birds and biodiversity conservation throughout the country. BCN are committed to showing the value of birds and their special relationship with people. As such, this organisation strongly advocates the need for peoples’ participation as future stewards to attain long-term conservation goals. As the Nepalese Partner of BirdLife International, a network of more than 110 organisations around the world, BCN also works on a worldwide agenda to conserve the world’s birds and their habitats.

BCN welcomes anyone to become a life long member and choose a favourite bird from the protected bird list for sponsorship.

NEPAL is one of the best destinations in the world for birdwatching which covers variety from alpine birds to wetland and sub tropical birds. Migratory birds reach up to Tibet via Nepal.

For more information on Birdwatching in Nepal and Sherpa Tours sustainable travel policies and ideas, please contact Pramod Khatiwada, Founder and Tour Manager, Sherpa Tours (Aust) Pty Ltd.
Email: pramod@sherpatours.com.au
Mobile: 0432 172 655
www.sherpatours.com.au

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Sponsor a bird to save protected birds in Nepal

Sherpa Tours (Aust) Pty Ltd is proud to announce that as part of our commitment to sustainable tourism and environment protection, we have become life long member of bird conservation Nepal (BCN).

As a life long member of BCN, we sponsor SARUC CRANE, a protected bird in Nepal. These birds are found in Nepal, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Burma. In Nepal, these birds are mostly found in Lumbini and Western terai regions. The species has been extinct from Malaysia, Thailand and Phillipines  IUCN Red Data Book lists this bird as lower risk/near threatened.

Sherpa Tours adheres to travelling sustainably to offer our clients a meaningful and low impact journey through Nepal. As part of our commitment to environmental protection, we abide ourselves by strict guidelines which enable us to contribute in control of pollution, forest conservation and wildlife protection. We also require that our clients respect our guidelines and follow the same when travelling to Himalayan region with us.

Established in 1982, Bird Conservation Nepal is the foremost scientific authority providing accurate information on birds and their habitats throughout Nepal. They provide scientific data and expertise on birds for the Government of Nepal through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC) and work closely in birds and biodiversity conservation throughout the country. BCN are committed to showing the value of birds and their special relationship with people. As such, this organisation strongly advocates the need for peoples’ participation as future stewards to attain long-term conservation goals.  As the Nepalese Partner of BirdLife International, a network of more than 110 organisations around the world, BCN also works on a worldwide agenda to conserve the world’s birds and their habitats.

BCN welcomes anyone to become a life long member and choose a favourite bird from the protected bird list for sponsorship.

For more information on Sherpa Tours sustainable travel policies and ideas, please contact Pramod Khatiwada, Founder and Tour Manager, Sherpa Tours (Aust) Pty Ltd.

Email: pramod@sherpatours.com.au

Mobile: 0432 172 655

www.sherpatours.com.au

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Nepal is back on the map.

Lasting peace is insight for Nepal after a checkered history with governmental & economic issues. Nepal is back on the map with tourists from all over the world flocking to see this beautiful country and be engulfed by the rich cultural assets Nepal has to offer. A country of growth, Nepal is a place of great adventures & heart-warming experiences.

Besides offering the best trekking in the world, Nepal is a destination commonly sought after for its festivals, cultural trips and Himalayan adventures. Conservation & sustainable tours are becoming increasing popular as people are discovering the diverse natural beauty of Nepal’s environment. There is something to appeal to travellers of all ages and backgrounds with a seemingly endless list of possibilities when travelling through the country. There really has never been a better time to visit Nepal.

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