Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Trekking in Nepal


A New Wonderland
 
Joyful Brother and Sister
 
Busy Market
 
Butterfly on Marigolds
 

Elephant Safari at Dawn


***These are the first five with more amazing images to come. They represent a trip of a lifetime.

Joan Shuttleworth

4 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Joan. They capture the colour and vitality of the country as well as the beauty and spirituality

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  2. Following Joan's talk on 15th Nov, my husband really wants to go to Nepal. I'm trying to persuade Joan to send him some photos of awful loos but I know that the next set of images will make him more determined to visit Nepal. The landscapes are amazing.

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  3. A wonderful set of images taken in Nepal and shown in your recent talk at Aldridge PS. Full of vibrant colourful images you talk on the night gave a real eye opening to the way people are still living in other parts of the world.
    Thank you very much for sharing.

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  4. trekking in Nepal is unlike anywhere in the Himalayas complemented by clear air, views of green farmland belts, forests, blooming rhododendrons, riverside walks, and most importantly because it is trekking in the ambiance of world’s highest mountain Mt. Everest . Trekking has been the most popular holiday activity in Nepal as there are the best and varied trekking routes because elevation of Nepal ranges from 60 meters above the sea level to highest, i.e. the top of the world, Mt. Everest standing tall at 8850 meters. trekking in Nepal varies from easy and short some hour’s day hike to moderate and even challenging and adventurous long treks. You can select your ideal trekking in Nepal package that matches perfectly with your fitness level, holiday period, previous trekking experience and interest. Trek through the great Himalayan trails, you will discover Nepal is the most beautiful country blessed with unlimited natural splendor and adventure opportunity.

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