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5 top spiritual spots around Kathmandu

        At a height of around 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) up in the Himalaya Mountains, the capital of Nepal (pop. 2.5 million) remains an exotic magnet for travelers from all over the world looking to quench their wanderlust, whether they visit independently or with Kathmandu tour packages. And for very good reason this is dubbed "the city of temples" - most of them of the 80-percent-majority Hindu religion but also sites very important to Buddhism, especially as this region is held by…

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  • Find out why CNN Travel recently included Mustang Valley on its list of top spots to visit in 2023: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/where-to-travel-best-destina...
  • The big news in Nepal these days is the new ban on solo trekking - now you can only do it in organized groups and tour operators such as the founder of this group. Probably a good thing, and here Travel+Leisure explains it for us: https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/nepal-bans-solo-trekkers-thro...
    Nepal Bans Solo Trekkers Throughout the Country — Here’s Why
    Starting April 1, all hikers will have to hire a government-licensed guide and obtain a card proving permission through authorized trekking agencies.
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