Uncovering the Secrets of Nepal: A Travel Blogger’s Journey

Travel Blogger from Nepal

My Name is Raby Dong. I am a trekking and tour guide as well as a travel blogger from Nepal. I love to travel around my nation, especially in the Himalayas of Nepal. As my profession, I will take travelers to the Himalayas and show them my beautiful country. I started to write a travel blog to share my experiences with you and make your trip unique.

I love taking photos of the places I visit and sharing them with other people who may want to visit these places too!

As a travel blogger, I always fell in love with nature and love to talk with people meet along the way and make new friends. Also, life is to explore the local places where usually tourists don’t visit. I always enjoy sharing my experience with local people and listen there partakes about life and places. 


I started this blog because I wanted to share my experiences with the Universe. Although it’s not very popular, traveling has been one of my favorite things ever since I was little. And now that I am older, there are so many more opportunities out there! My profession is my passion and I add something more to my passion. As a Travel Blogger. 

So if you are interested in traveling to Nepal but don’t know where to start or how to plan your trip. Or even if you just want some tips on getting around, I will help, then this might be something for you all. You can contact me via this website or give me a direct call or WhatsApp message at 9779813914320 

It’s also meant as an inspiration tool; if someone sees a picture and thinks “Hey! That looks fun!” then maybe they’ll go check out their own list of places or even start planning one themselves!


As a traveler, you will discover new places and experience different cultures. You will learn about the history of your destination country, the people who live there, their food, and their music. 

You can also learn more about art history by visiting museums or galleries in your destination metropolis. This is an opportunity to explore your own identity as well as that of others!

I love to meet and talk with the new populace. Especially who have the same hobby. Exploring the local places to get in touch with the local people. The purity, joy, and energy get from traveling in those remote places are unexplained. 

Test the cousin of those places where I travel and share them with the world. A country like Nepal has various types of cousins that can find. Because Nepal has multi-ethnic groups and has their foods. 


What happened on your travels last year?

At the end of 2019 coronavirus hit all over the world, unable to travel anywhere. For me also not possible to travel anywhere and not foreign tourists are also coming to Nepal for trekking and tour. The past year, 2022 was quite good after two years of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Where did I go?

In the year 2022, I traveled to Manang two times and one time including Tilicho Lake. This opportunity came by doing Annapurna Circuit Trek and Tilicho Lake Trek. Then I went to Upper Mustang for Upper Mustang Trek for 15 days. Similarly continue to Mardi Himal Base Camp for one week. 

My next travel destination was Gorkha Manaslu, I did Manaslu Circuit Trek via Lakre Pass. It was an 18 days trek with 11 people from the Netherlands. After that, I end my year by doing the famous Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek for 5 days. As a travel blogger from Nepal, I got a lot of opportunities to see all these destinations.

What did you see?

While I was doing those treks, there were not many tourists at the beginning and during the autumn season, there were many tourists. It was good news for the tourism industry of Nepal. I show many changes after the coronavirus. Specially built the new guesthouse, hotels, restaurants, and many touristic things. 

What was your favorite part of the trip?

I love to explore nature, culture, and tradition. The best part of traveling is meeting new people, making new friends, eating food, and getting to know more about their culture. That is why l love to explore new places. I got lots of opportunities to write my travel blogs from those travel destinations.


Nepal is a small country with a lot of great places to visit. The best way to see all of these attractions is by visiting them in their natural habitat, so why not get off the beaten path and explore new places? There are countless mountains, lakes, rivers, and temples waiting for you to explore!

If you’re looking for something more traditional than sightseeing then I recommend heading out into the countryside where you will find some cool Buddhist monasteries or Hindu shrines. As a travel blogger from Nepal, I love to explore all of these places.

You can also check out some local craftspeople who create beautiful items using local materials like silk or cotton thread. Or if your travels take place during the fall season then don’t forget about hiking through colorful forests full of wildflowers—there’s nothing like seeing nature at its best!

Trekking thought out the world’s highest passes, lakes, and the base camp of the world’s tallest peaks. Or just enjoy the spectacular vistas of the world’s highest peaks from the distance of your naked eye. Trekking can be a week to 120 days. 


Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world. It is also considered to be one of the most beautiful mountains in Nepal. The trek to Manaslu base camp is a great way to experience Nepal’s mountains and scenery, as well as get a glimpse of the typical culture and traditions!

Manaslu Trek can accomplish in two weeks, however, if you have more time you can add Tsum Valley and Annapurna Circuit Trek together. But it will cost more banknotes to accomplish as you add more days. As a trekking guide and travel blogger from Nepal, I had done this trek many times. 

 For more details, you can read here Manaslu Trek.


Annapurna Sanctuary Trek is a populist trek in Nepal, and it’s not that difficult. The best time to do this trek is during spring or fall, but you can do it any time you want. You’ll start at Birethanti, which is about an hour away from Pokhara. This trek is also called Annapurna Base Camp Trek via Poon Hill. 

Once there, you’ll need to take a bus or taxi all the way up to Nayapul or Birethanti. Once we arrive at Birethanti, we get ready for our hike! It takes about 7 to 10 days for us to complete this climb because of all the elevation changes along with snowfall during wintertime! While hiking through high altitudes where temperatures can drop below freezing at night time. 

For details about the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, you can read here. 

For a details itinerary of the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, you can read here. 


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EBC is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. It’s a challenging trek, but it’s worth it because you will be able to see some of the most spectacular views of Everest and other Himalayan peaks.

The first step towards Everest Base Camp Trek is to fly to Lukla Airport. Tenzing Hillary Airport aka Lukla airport is known as one of the most dangerous airports in the world. The trek through Namche Bazar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorekshep, and Everest Base Camp. And the same way back via Pheriche to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu. 

Kalapathar is the highest elevation during this trek and the elevation is 5550m above sea level. And need to sleep at 5161m at Gorekshep. Which is something you never think, you may do in your life. 

The details about the Everest Base Camp Trek are here. 


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If you are looking for a highly rewarding trekking adventure and explore the desert and Himalayan view. Then the Upper Mustang Trek is right for you awaiting in Nepal. This is an excellent trekking destination that will give you an unforgettable experience of nature and culture. While taking a trip to the stunning and forbidden Himalayan Kingdom of Lho. 

This trek is designed for those who want to explore something different then usual trekking trail. And they enjoy the absolute moments of their vacation. So that if you are interested in a Himalayan adventure, the Upper Mustang Trek can be your finest selection. 

Trekking through the Upper Mustang region is one of the most exciting ways to experience this Trans – Himalayas land. And if you want to know why this trek you should do it once in your lifetime. Being a travel blogger from Nepal I enjoyed it a lot while I was there. And created amazing content and clicked numerous photos.

Also, read this about Upper Mustang Trek 


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Langtang Valley Trek is a fantastic trek in Nepal. It’s a short but one of beautiful trek with the most outstanding mountain views. Langtang region is inhabited by the Tamang people, who speak their language, and have their own culture, religion, and customs. The Valleys of this region are around 130 KM from Kathmandu Valley along the boundary of Tibet China. 

This region is called the valley of glaciers because of its high plants covered with snow. Mighty Himalayan Peaks and the holy lakes Gosainkunda and many more. Langtang Trek is inside the Langtang National Park, and this National Park is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites from Kathmandu. 

There are many different trekking routes in this region; Tamang Heritage Trail Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Ganjala Pass Trek, Gosainkunda Trek, Mardi Himal Trek, Ganesh Himal Trek, and many more. 

The best time to visit Langtang Valley is during the spring season (March to May) and the Autumn season (September to December) 

You can read why you should do this trek

There are a lot of great places in Nepal that you should visit!

Nepal is a great place to visit, especially if you are planning on traveling alone or with your family and friends. There are many places in Nepal where you can go and enjoy yourself and give the best holiday experience to your beloved one. You will have a great and unforgettable time if you visit Nepal! The places you should visit 

  • Kathmandu Valley (Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur) 
  • Pokhara 
  • Lumbini 
  • Chitwan
  • Bardiya
  • Bandipur 
  • Nagarkot / Dhulikhel / Namobuddha
  • Rara Lake 
  • Phoksondu Lake 
  • Tilicho Lake 
  • Muktinath
  • Manang Mustang and many more


Nepal is a land that offers many things to do. Sightseeing, hiking, trekking, mountaineering, wildlife safari, mountain biking, paragliding, bungee jumping, rafting, mountain flight, cultural tour, educational tour, religious tour, and many more. As a trekking guide and travel blogger from Nepal, I love to explore all those places. Now I have been to many places and still more to go. I hope you enjoyed my blog. Let me know what you think about it in the comments below!

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