It’s the journey that matters

October 25, 2019 10:03 am

“I travel because it makes me feel free and unrestricted. It has taught me to treasure the small moments that make up my life and not to cling on to the concept of forever,” says Anima Piya. She is an avid traveler from Chitwan who is currently residing in Kathmandu and working as a Civil Engineer at a consultancy in Kupondole, Lalitpur. Till date, she has traveled to Tilicho lake, Lomanthang in Upper Mustang, Phoksundo lake, Gosainkunda lake, London, South Korea, and Bali among other destinations.

DOLPA, Aug 17: Wooden bridges connecting the trekking routes to the Dolpa-based Phoksundo Lake were destroyed by floods on Friday morning.

DOLPA, June 4: The construction of a 3.8 km-long trekking circuit from the Phoksundo Lake, which lies next to Rigmogaun village of Shey Phoksundo Rural Municipality-8, to the Chholphuk hill has been completed.

DOLPA, May 26: The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has sent an expert team to (re)measure the depth of Phoksundo Lake based in Dolpa.