Welcome to an audio adventure unlike anything you've ever heard. I’m Jason Moore, host of the top-rated Zero To Travel Podcast, and I invite you to come with my wife Anne Dorthe and me to visit the beautiful country of Nepal through this unique 16-part travel podcast series – the world’s first “audio guidary” (part audio guide and part diary). We’ll be your travel companions as you soak up the entire Himalayan mountain trekking experience, going from the bustling capital city of Kathmandu to remote Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and beyond. Along the way, you’ll discover Nepalese Culture, learn about her history, and meet her famous friendly people. Together we’ll step into the world’s tallest mountain range, sharing the flood of adrenaline and emotions from hiking along steep ledges and across Indiana Jones-like suspension bridges, through Tibetan Buddhist villages, and into warm, colorful monasteries where we’ll share energizing cups of warm Tibetan tea with the locals. Enjoy the sound... more
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It’s the last day of hiking, and at the trail’s end Jason, Anne Dorthe, Samir and Mingmar take the terrifying Jeep ride after dark along cliff edges back down to Kathmandu, and say their sad goodbyes. Set off with Jason and Anne Dorthe to explore oth... more
On April 25, 2015, a huge earthquake shook the little country of Nepal, killing 9,000 people, causing avalanches on Everest, and destroying entire villages. Some of the places Jason and Anne Dorthe had visited were destroyed. more
Jason and Anne Dorthe experience the luxuries of modern civilization again for the first time in 12 days. They will miss the high Tibetan Buddhist villages and the ritual of hunting down the village water source each evening. The couple reflects on h... more
I really loved listening to this podcast! I’ve been to Nepal 4 times now (so far) and it was wonderful to listen to you and reminded me of happy times in such an amazing country. Thank you and namaste.
I apptreciate you sharing your adventure. Your honesty and sharing of day to day Himilayan life is going to help me plan a trip to Nepal. It’s so inspiring and you sound like such nice , positive common sense people. I’d feel safe taking a trip with you guys any day.
I’m having the best time listening to this as i went to Nepal in 2016. Cool couple guiding you through their experience in Nepal. 🤙🏼 Reminds me of the country and impressions.
I wish I had this podcast when I trekked from Lukla to Everest Base Camp back in April 2006.
This is a really fun Podcast. I had just arrived back from trekking in Nepal and this was pretty much spot on. I would recommend it to anyone about to take a trek.
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