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Partnership of LGBTQ+ Tour Operators and Nepal Adventure Travel Company

Responsible Adventures Boutique trekking with a unique culinary experience for all genders and age groups   LET’S WORK TOGETHER At Responsible Adventures, a leading adventure company in Nepal, we seek professional partners to offer unique adventure tours to the LGBTQ+ community. We have had great success in the past with ‘women only’ tours and know that everyone enjoys these tours being with like-minded people. We also add a unique twist to our tours, with a specialist chef accompanying each tour, creating gastronomic delights at the end of each day. Special dietary requirements are catered for. During webinars and interviews, John Tanzella mentioned that the LGBTQ+ community would lead the way when tourism restarts and the rest follow! We have learned that 99% of the LGBTQ+ Tour operators and Travel Advisors don’t offer Trekking Adventure vacations. This is lost revenue for both of us….

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May 19, 2021

Everest base camp trek with the highest golf tee offs by a foreigner

Everest base camp trek with the highest golf tee-offs by a foreigner.  I took Harry Tan, a 71-year-old trekker from Singapore, to Everest base camp on a trek (not a climb to the top). I came up with the idea to make this a trek to Everest base camp with a twist. This idea came…

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December 21, 2019

Teeing off while on a trek? Why not?

Teeing off while on a trek? Why not? Raj Tamang, the founder of Responsible Adventures, came up with the idea of teeing from venues above 5000 meters from as many places as possible. So he has tee-offs from Throrung La pass, five passes above 5000 meters in the Upper Dolpo region, and six tees off…

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November 27, 2019

Our founder’s interview on tourism on Nepal’s premium weekly newspaper Nepali Times.

Selling Ourselves Short Our founder’s interview on tourism on Nepal’s premium weekly newspaper Nepali Times. Selling ourselves short For years, Nepal’s tourism industry has lamented that the country has gone for quantity rather than quality. They point to Bhutan, which has prided itself as a premium destination, as Nepal’s model should have followed.  Read more:

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November 26, 2019

Sano Babu Sunuwar Took Off From The Summit Of Mount Elbrus

Sano Babu Sunuwar Took Off From The Summit Of Mount Elbrus Congratulations to Sano Babu Sunuwar, who took off from the summit of Mount Elbrus. Mount Elbrus is the 3rd of the Seven Summits. He is attempting to take off on a paraglide. He has already launched his Paraglide from the summits of Mount Everest…

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November 26, 2019

Ra Collaborates On Environmental Protection Education For School Kids In Kathmandu

Ra Collaborates On Environmental Protection Education For School Kids In Kathmandu WAS ambassador Raj Tamang Founder Raj Tamang and other World Adventure Society ambassadors, Sunil C. Sharma from Nepal and Jia Jian Koh from Singapore, delivered an environmental protection lesson based on “Leave No Trace” principles for secondary and high school students in the Lalitpur…

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November 26, 2019

A new minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil aviation appointed

A new minister of Culture, Tourism, and Civil aviation was appointed. The vacant administration leadership at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil aviation were appointed after the then tourism minister Rabindra Adhikari’s unfortunate death in February 2019. After five months since the then minister’s demise, Mr Yogesh Bhattarai has been named the new Tourism…

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November 26, 2019

Travel Updates Nepal

Nepal Travel Updates Almost 18 months have elapsed since the massive earthquakes of April and May 2015 struck Nepal and brought about significant mayhem then. Back then and in the immediate aftermath, the world was under the impression that all of Nepal was flattened. The fact is, only 14 out of the 75 districts were…

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November 26, 2019

Mount Everest to be cleaned up of garbage and corpses

Mount Everest to be cleaned up of garbage and corpses. In an attempt to keep the world’s highest mountain clean, Nepali Mountaineering expedition operators as ready to launch on a joint effort a massive drive to clean Mount Everest this spring season of 2019. The combined initiative, which the government and non-government agencies plan, intends…

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November 26, 2019

The Everest region to ban plastic bags and bottles from January 2020

The Everest region to ban plastic bags and bottles from January 2020 The local government will ban plastic products below thirty microns, including beverages in plastic containers, from January 2020. The Everest region is all set to become a plastic-free zone. Having struggled for decades with piles of garbage in the Everest region, which has…

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August 22, 2019

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