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High-altitude yak festival draws tourists from India, China and Bhutan
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PANCHTHAR, April 16 -- It is situated at an altitude of 3,340 meters from the sea level. Herds of yak were moving in a relaxed manner. They would become invisible the very next moment, thanks to the fogs suddenly that turns thick any minute. Hundreds of tourists thrilled with the fog and the scenery were also capturing rhododendrons blooming around. Tourists, most of them from India, exclaimed that such a magificent view is only found here, in Nepal.
It was a glimpse of one-day yak festival organized at Charrate of Falelung Rural Municipality on Saturday. The third yak festival had drawn a considerable number of Indian tourists as the venue lies near the Nepal-Indo border.
Organized by the Rural Municipality itself in association with N...
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