Nepal

Popular Destinations in Nepal

Annapurna Base Camp

The Annapurna Base Camp promises travelers the trek of a lifetime. Although not too diffcult, you will be able to trek across some of the highest peaks in the world.

Bhakatpur

Bhaktapur is an ancient city in Nepal, known for displaying the art, culture, and tradition of the archaic eras. Tourists can buy beautiful pots, paintings, and handicrafts here.

Chitwan

The national park in Chitwan was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It has a scenic landscape and a rich variety of flora and fauna.

Everest Base Camp

The Everest Base Camp is nothing less than a dreamland for any passionate trekker. The views, the weather, and the trek itself make for a marvelous experience.

Janakpur

The land of Janakpur has great significance in Hindu mythology and therefore, attracts many Hindu pilgrims. It is home to the 500-year old Janaki Temple.

Kathmandu

The vibrant capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, has a rich history and is known for its colorful festivals, beautiful temples, and the adventure sports in the Kathmandu Valley.

Langtang

Langtang is famous for its national park which has serene lakes, different types of forests and amazing animal life. It offers activities like trekking, climbing, and rafting.

Lumbini

Since it is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Lumbini is considered to be a sacred site. It is home to many Buddhist temples and the famous Ashokan Pillar.

Nagarkot

Offering spellbinding views of the Himalayan Peaks, Nagarkot is a land with picturesque forested hills. It offers excellent opportunities for biking and hiking.

Patan

The Durbar Square with its temples, palaces and statues, and the Patan Museum are prominent attractions in Patan, one of the largest cities in Nepal.

Pokhara

With pristine lakes and waterfalls, historic museums and caves, Pokhara is one of the most sought-after destinations in Nepal offering many exciting activities.

Sagarmatha

Sagarmatha in Nepal is home to the glorious Mount Everest - the tallest mountain peak in the world. Sagarmatha is actually the Nepalese name for Mount Everest.

Things to do in Nepal

Adventure Sports

Adventure sports like mountain cycling, river rafting, bungee jumping and many more are possible in the various beautiful destinations of Nepal.

Mountaineering

Nepal has 8 mountain peaks with a height of more than 8000 meters. So you can enjoy many wonderful mountaineering experiences in the country.

Trekking

With majestic mountains peaks, some of which are the tallest in the world, and spectacular valleys, Nepal offers its visitors some of the greatest trekking expeditions.

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About Nepal

Nepal, a land of art, culture and tradition, has been attracting tourists from all over the globe for many decades now. In this small but beautiful stretch of land, travellers can enjoy an up-close-and-personal experience with the magnificent Himalayan mountain ranges. Nepal also offers some of the most exciting tent camping experiences you could ever have. And there are a number of thrilling activities in the country some of which are trekking, rafting and mountaineering.

Heavenly Himalayas

The majestic Himalayan mountain ranges seem like a stone’s throw away from the country of Nepal. So you can only imagine the spectacular views you will get. The snowy mountains offer trekking and tent camping experiences which cannot be had at any other place in the world. They are truly unforgettable.

Exquisite Environment

With scenic lakes, forested hills and pristine waterfalls, places like Nagarkot and Pokhara have incomparable natural beauty. Apart from enjoying the scenery, travellers can also spend quality time trying out exciting activities like hiking and biking offered in these regions.

Timeless Tradition

Regions like Bhaktapur, Janakpur, Kathmandu and Patan showcase the rich culture, tradition and history of Nepal. A visit to these places makes you realise how vibrant and colourful the country of Nepal is, tempting you to buy a few souvenirs which you will cherish when you’re back home. 

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