"The Himalayan Country"
Nepal is a federal republic state located in South-East Asia between China and India. The altitude varies from 70m above the sea level to 8848m, the height of Mt. Everest (highest peak in the world). Nepal is very rich in culture, topography and bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and latitudinal variation. However, in terms of your expenditure, it is one of the cheapest holiday destinations on earth. Being home to the world's highest mountains, historical cities and the forested plains it is a perfect destination for your holiday.
The soaring snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas is the ultimate goal for most mountain lovers. Some of the Himalaya’s best hiking is on offer here, from the rugged trails to Everest, Gokyo Valley, Ghorepani Poon Hill, the Annapurna’s, and beyond. It’s the best place to fulfill your mountain wilderness where travelers get highs from mountain views, beautiful lakes and the sense of perspective that a Himalayan journey offers. You can even drink yak's milk tea with a Sherpa or if you're exercise-averse, try one of the mountain sightseeing flights from Kathmandu. Nepal is a heaven for the adventure activities like trekking, hiking, peak climbing and expedition, jungle safari, white water rafting, canoeing, Paragliding, bungee jump, luxurious tours, etc. in its best form.
The country has places like Kathmandu, Pokhara which is rich cultural heritage, exquisite temples and Pagodas and old palaces with carved sculptures on windows and doors. It also holds the mesmerizing sight of Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha. It is a rare place on earth where you can find religious harmony with mutual-respect for one another’s beliefs and personal space. Along the south lies Nepal’s national parks, where you can enjoy views of exotic birds and animals such as rhinos and tigers. You can have a luxury safari lodge in Chitwan or explore on a wild trip to remote Bardia or Koshi Tappu. In this country, you get to see an amazingly diverse array of attractions and landscapes. We have seen many travelers returning back again and again to explore its wonders and beauty. No doubt, in Nepal – Once is not Enough.