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Nestled between the majestic Himalayan Mountains and the steamy plains of India, Nepal is a unique country of stupas and monasteries, medieval city squares, seemingly endless rugged hiking trails, and friendly people. Mountains cover about three quarters of this country that is home to 31 million people.

A Perfect Honeymoon in Nepal

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The Mellors came to us ready to embark on a honeymoon that would start their adventurous life together off right! They traveled to Nepal where they got to explore the markets of Kathmandu, trek through the foothills of the Himalaya, and even take off on a flightseeing trip to see Mount Everest from the air! Here's a little more from ...
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Leaving a Footprint of Help to Stop Human Trafficking in Nepal

Leaving a Footprint of Help to Stop Human Trafficking in Nepal
When Seattle-based Wildland alumni traveler, Debbie Daniels, called to ask if we would make a financial contributioin to her "Nepal 2015 Adventure" we said yes! Because Debbie was signing up for one of the most purposeful and meaningful adventures of her life: to help stop human trafficking of Nepalese girls. She was also going to help with the post-earthquake rebuilding campaign.    She was traveling in a small working group with our friend and colleague, Chris MacKay, founder of Crooked Trails , a non-profit travel organization that operates some of the most impactful community-based tourism initiatives we know. When Debbie made the ask, Wildland contributed to this initiative, and we have subsequently committed to further supporting the Maiti Nepal project through our own Nepal treks and adventures .     Here's Debbie's report:    The experience lives on and on inside of me.    I am only now able to write...
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Returning to Nepal: the most fun we have had anywhere in this world

Returning to Nepal: the most fun we have had anywhere in this world
Message from Wildland alumni after returning from a custom trip to India and Nepal. Dear Wildland,   Debbie, Jesse and I returned home safely.  We have had some really great trips in our lives, but this was the best.  Outstanding, fantastic.  Despite the ungodly heat and monsoon rains, we never had a better time.  Everything was seamless without any aggravation or confusion.   Your itinerary was perfect as regards what we wanted to see... There was always cold bottled water on hand.  If we wanted some "street food" the guides knew where to go and we NEVER got sick.   All of the guides and drivers were helpful and the guides were extremely knowledgeable.  Having travelled to India and Nepal many years ago, I was afraid that the trip might be "too sanitized" and my family would not experience the real India.  The guides took care of that and were more...
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