Nepal Travel Guide

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  • Nepal Travel Guide

Nepal is a landlocked country located in South Asia, between the Tibet autonomous region of China and India. It's a small country with an area of approximately 147181 square kilometers is diverse geographically as well as ethnically with more than 61 ethnic groups and 70 spoken languages. Out of ten tallest mountains of the world, eight stand in Nepal, making Nepal a mountaineer’s dream. The capital of Kathmandu brings a mixture of these different societies together into a pulsating collection of dazzling sights and striking smells, with modern shops co-existing with street sellers, while pyramidal Buddhist temples, sanctified Sadhus of the Hindu faith and medieval palace squares fill the built-up landscape.

Besides the images of snow-capped mountains and rolling green hills, you will find rich cultures and vibrant traditions, exquisite temples and monuments as well as fast flowing rivers and tropical jungles teeming with wildlife, making your trip an unforgettable experience. It is a multicultural, ethnic and multi-lingual country. All the people from different races and religions live in harmony and there is an ideal blending of Hinduism and Buddhism.

Nepal is also home to a rich cultural legacy and it offers an amazing multiplicity of tourist attractions and adventure opportunities found nowhere else on earth. A visit to Nepal is not only about exploring a new destination but also building new friendships and enduring memories from the Nepal Himalaya.

Nepal has much more to offer than just the high breathtaking Himalayas. Matching the steps with the world at large, Nepal has made a great leap in attaining the world class milestones in every facet of societal life-be it political, economic, education, information-technology or social welfare.