Nepal - a country along the Himalayan ranges, an abode to the eight tallest mountains of the world out of ten, and the birthplace of the enlightened - Gautam Buddha. China lies to the north of Nepal, and India to its south, east, and west. Apart from the astounding Mount Everest, and a remarkable number of world heritage sites, Nepal boasts of a rich wildlife, and it takes pride in its diversity of faith. That isn’t all! Seek, and you shall find; begin here: Nepal tour packages.
The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is the urban hub and the carrier of history. What more would one say about a place that stands at an elevation of about 4,600ft in the Kathmandu valley, and is surrounded by four majestic mountains! Having grabbed the best spot, Kathmandu receives the attention of travellers like no other. Kathmandu valley enjoys the proprietorship of 7 UNESCO world heritage sites, and also the historical inscriptions found in the valley.
At any point, and at any place in Nepal, there is more than you can manage to explore. With 217 municipalities, and a breathtaking backdrop, you will only find reasons to extend your stay. Not to forget, the food and the culture here is as praise-worthy as its glorious exteriors. With the miscellany of cultures and ethnic groups, comes a fine variety of food. Nepal has an impressive display of food ranging from traditional to inspired recipes from around the neighbouring countries. Do not forget to try Momos, Chatamari, Sel roti, Dhindo, Yak-cheese, and Juju Dhau, when you visit Nepal. This place has the power to appease all your senses; for it’s a perfect treat for your eyes, a pleasure ride for your belly, and of course, a perfect high for your feet.
In the recent times, Nepal did suffer the consequences of the devastating earthquake. Damages were recorded, lives were lost, faith was shattered, and rumors sneaked its way through, like wild fire amongst the chaos. As a traveller, security of life holds prime importance and hence, it is necessary to go through the facts. Only 10 districts were affected out of the 75, only 1 national park was affected out of 10, and out of 8 UNESCO world heritage sites only 2 have suffered 40% damages. Hotels in places like Pokhara, Everest region, Lumbini, Bardiya, Ilam, Chitawan, Annapurna region, and many others, are perfectly safe and operational. Only 2 out of 35 famous trekking routes have been affected, no damage has been recorded for both National and International airports. Also, Nepal won’t give up: the restoration project has begun, and Nepal will soon return to its glory.
Does it still hold you back? Push aside your premonitions, and grab the opportunity to explore and experience the many wonders Nepal promises to offer.
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Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Nepal depends on what you’re looking for as a traveller. Nepal experiences seasons like winter, spring, autumn, summer, and monsoon. The winters fall between December and January, and it gets pretty chilly. For the brave hearts who can face the cold, Nepal will be a complete different experience. Spring time falls from February to mid April, it gets warmer, and is ideally the best time to pay a visit to the wildlife. The summer stretches from mid April to June, and the heat may bother you. Monsoon here stretches from mid June to September. This is the most awaited season here. Nepal blooms in happy colours, both man and nature alike.
The choice is yours to make. Whichever season you choose, Nepal will definitely be a beautiful experience.
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