Nepal 8

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Lonely Planet, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel - 420 pages
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Lonely Planet has found the best of Nepal. Lose yourself in the temple-strewn alleys of Bhaktapur, the quiet beauty of a Himalayan vista or the vibrant excitement of a Bodhnath Stupa pilgrimage - then find your next adventure with our 8th edition of this indispensable guide.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
In This Guide:
Adrenaline-packed activities chapter has you paddling, biking and climbing Nepal
Full-Color Feature reveals the best temples, festivals and mountain trails
Green Index helps you tread lightly
  

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Contents

On the Road
15
Events Calendar
24
Kathmandu
27
History
32
The Culture
45
Food Drink
65
Environment
71
Outdoor Activities
87
Sunauli Bhairawa
294
The Siddhartha Highway
301
WESTERN TERAI
307
EASTERN TERAI
314
Koshi Tappu Wildlife
320
Trekking
328
Directory
361
Transport
379

History
169
Dangers Annoyances
236
Activities
260
Drinking
268
Begnas Tal Rupa
274
Around Narayangarh
280
Health
390
Language
400
The Authors
408
Greendex
419
Copyright

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Joe made his first trip to Nepal as a fresh-faced backpacker in the early 1990s and something clicked. Since then, he's been back numerous times to walk the trekking trails of the Khumbu and explore the Kathmandu Valley by rented motorcycle. His favourite moment while researching this book was climbing the 5420m Cho La pass on a blanket of freshly fallen snow. The lowlight was having emergency root canal surgery after cracking a tooth on a tough piece of buffalo jerky. When not researching guidebooks for Lonely Planet, Joe lives in London with a growing collection of Buddhist paraphernalia picked up on his travels.

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