Deities coexist with humans in the lovely nation of Nepal, where majestic temples, monasteries, and historical landmarks can be found virtually everywhere. The people are welcoming and enjoyable.
The famous Mount Everest, also known as Sagarmatha, or 'Goddess Mother of the World,' lives here, together with the other snow-capped mountains that make up the terrible Himalayas.
You will be excused for always having your camera in your hands because Jhapa is home to eight of the world's fourteen tallest mountains and the thriving Terai plains.
We advise visiting Dhulikhel, one of the most well-liked locations, to observe this chain of giants and fully appreciate the beauty of the Himalayas.
Pokhara, the focus of numerous travel articles, is where you can see Nepal's breathtaking beauty at its finest. This location is known as 'the Jewel of the Himalaya' for its pure air, breathtaking snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna Range, and the tranquil Phewa, Begnas, and Rupa Lakes.
We advise taking a Nepal excursion to the Chitwan National Park for a walk on the wild side. Chitwan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which translates to 'heart of the jungle.' Numerous threatened species, including the one-horned rhinoceros, regal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, and freshwater gangetic dolphin, can be found in the park. Nine hundred sixty-eight square kilometers of sal forest and grassland, including one of Asia's greatest tracts of tiger habitat, are protected by the Terai's largest wildlife reserve, the Bardia National Park.
A trip to Nepal wouldn't be complete without visiting the intriguing Kathmandu Valley. The valley made up of the three historic cities of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur, is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites and numerous monuments, sculptures, creative temples, and magnificent artworks.
Visit Kathmandu's Durbar Square (the former residence of the kings), where you can see the Hanuman Dhoka, named after the monkey god Hanuman. After this expedition, make a pit stop at the Patan Durbar Square, comprised of the city's three main chowks (squares).
The Royal Bath, also known as Tushahity, is a stonework found at Sundari Chowk and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the main draws to Nepal is adventure tourism. With activities for both nature lovers and thrill seekers, this place is perfect for busy tourists. In addition to traditional hiking, mountaineering, and game viewing, tourists can also partake in activities like rafting, bicycling, fishing, hot air ballooning, and even bungee jumping.