Culture Trips

Take a peak: the mountains and mysticism of Nepal – in pictures | Art and design

During the trip, we passed through small villages, and ventured with our team through the most remote areas, pitching our tents at heights above 5,000 metres. The journey took us over four passes, each of which we braved early in the morning. We encountered locals who crossed our path and some of them invited us to stay overnight. To escape a sudden bout of rain, we once found ourselves sharing the floor of a house in which eight children were sleeping in the room. The Nepalese people are hospitable, helpful and extremely friendly

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