Pradeep Guragain

Pradeep is the co-founder of Magical Nepal. He was born and bred in Nepal and is a seasoned hiker and rider.

Articles by Pradeep Guragain

Things to do Everest base camp trek

25 Things To Do During Everest Base Camp Trek

By Apr 11, 2023

For many people, doing the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek is a once-in-a-lifetime dream come true.   Planning is essential, and preparing your body is sensible when the time for your trek comes near.  No doubt you have read a lot of information about the trek: what the weather will be...

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Best Trek in Nepal

20 Best Treks in Nepal

By Apr 11, 2023

Nepal is ideal for adventure, spiritual cleansing, and cultural encounters. You can choose from many options in Nepal- trekking, mountaineering, hiking, rafting, and jungle safari. If you wish to enroll in the ethnic and cultural celebrations, the diverse terrains of this country will offer you the best memories. In recent...

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6 Best Helicopter tours in Nepal

By Jan 23, 2023

There is a relaxing yet thrilling, unique, and stunning way to explore the Himalayan mountains of Nepal. No need to spend days hiking up hills and overpasses or spending months in the gym beforehand in preparation.  What could this method be?  Helicopter tours! For some time, there have been limited...

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Holi festival of colour nepal

Holi In Nepal – The Festival Of Colors

By Mar 7, 2021

Nepal is renowned for various festivals. Some travel blog also symbolizes it as country of nonstop festivals. There are more than three hundred and sixty-five festivals in a year. But talking about Holi, this is probably the most colourful festival from the Nepalese Calendar; at least for me, it is...

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Shivaratri Festival Nepal

Complete Guide To Enjoy Shivaratri Festival Nepal

By Mar 4, 2021

Shivaratri, also known as Maha Shivaratri, is one of Hindu devotees’ greatest festivals throughout the world. Literally, Shivaratri is composed of the two Nepali words ‘Shiva’ and ‘Ratri’; ‘Shiva’ is the name of Hindu God, and ‘Ratri’ means night. According to legends, the day is supposed to be the marriage...

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