Sunday, August 11, 2019

Why You Should Visit Nepal

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Why you should visit Nepal: Nepal is a home of the Himalayas, Rivers, Lakes, green hillsides and the plain land region. It is diverse geographically. It is a home of more than 100 of ethnic groups and loaded with their unique culture. Travel Nepal Blog have traced out some of the hot deals regarding the reasons why you should visit Nepal in 2019-2020.

1. Himalayan Peaks



Nepal is a home of 8000-meter peaks. Out of fourteen, 8 peaks over 8000 meters lie in Nepal. Snowy Himalayan peaks are popular for the mountaineering and expedition trips. Beside that trekking in Nepal is a highly popular outdoor excursion that leads you to the base camp of those Himalayan peaks.

2. Green hill regions, sub-tropical forests, Rivers and Waterfalls



The middle part of this beautiful country is dotted with the green hills, forests, waterfalls and Rivers. You can enjoy walking through them, enjoy taking photographs and enjoy white water rafting in Nepal. It is the trail through which the trekking leads you to the Himalayan base camps.

3. Tropical forest and jungle safari


The lowland region of Nepal is dotted by the tropical forests, where you can enjoy jungle safari trips to national parks of Nepal.

4. Home of Ethnic and indigenous culture


More than 125 ethnic groups and 123 spoken languages have been recorded in this tiny but amazing country. They have their origin culture, lifestyles, spoken languages and dynamic features. Travellers will find them fabulous.

5. Home for Unlimited Adventures



Travellers can enjoy their vacation in Nepal enjoying different adventure activities like Bungee jump, zeep flyer, adventure rafting, sky diving,  Paragliding, ultralight flight and many more options make this country home of the adventure lovers.

6. Cultural tours



Nepal is a cultural melting point. There are several culturally brilliant sites and destinations in Nepal that are also included in the world heritage sites. Kathmandu valley is full of temples and Stupas. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Changu Narayan Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple and Swayambhunath Stupa are the UNESCO listed World Heritage Sites in the Kathmandu valley. Lumbini - the birthplace of Lord Buddha is another brilliant cultural site in Nepal.

7. Storytelling


There are many stories in Nepal, regarding the culture, history,  politics, major changes and systems. This will help you to form new ideas, conduct your research and exchange your ideas.

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