Nepal

Nepal

According to The Lonely Planet, Nepal has once again made it to one of the top 10 Travel Destinations in the world. Hence, if you are planning to travel Nepal, without a doubt choose it.

Let us tell you about Nepal the other way around. Nepal is the richest country in terms of water resources and biodiversity. With the help of these white, trans border rivers our nation has earned its fame in terms of river rafting and other water bound adventures.

Biodiversity

The biodiversity on the other hand is so pristine. There are 15 national parks and wildlife reserves in total to protect and preserve them. These wildlife reserves and national parks are home to some rare species of animals, birds and vegetation.

Nepal making it to the top of the list of must visit places time and again has to do with its people as well. Nepal is one of the smallest countries with over 125 caste and communities. It is completely significant from each other in terms of dialect spoken, culture, practices and attire.

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES

We pride ourselves as the nation of Sherpas. But we equally pride ourselves as a country of other castes and communities which is equally unique. These communities from age old time have been the attraction of our country. What we call monuments? UNESCO world heritage sites and cultural sightseeing in the modern day is a gift. It is pure gift of the ancestors and spread all over Nepal.

Mountain Wilderness

Nevertheless, the nation is the country with 8 out of 10 highest mountains in the world and that includes the tallest Mt. Everest itself. Not only that but also Nepal is home to some 90 plus mountains that towers to 7000+ meters. This mountain range stretches from east to the far west corner of the country making Nepal picturesque and panoramic.

It is a country which is blessed with natural beauty, wild habitat, culture and terrain which supports array of adventure sports. No matter if it is for 5 days or for 5 months, Nepal will not fail to surprise you.

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