5 Things to Do in Nepal
Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is located mainly in the Himalayas but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is the second rich country in water resources after Brazil and it is enriched with Natural heritages, cultural and traditional diversities and Unique geography. Each years thousands tourists visit Nepal. Here are 5 things To do when someone visit Nepal.
1. See Mount Everest From Air.
Mount Everest is the tallest Mountain of the world with height of 8848 meters. While visiting Nepal, at least to enjoy its beauty can be on the bucket list of the visitors. It’s a one hour trip from Pokhara and Kathmandu and is well worth it, as you’ll get a guided tour of all the peaks in the Himalayan ranges and a map so you can spot them yourselves. It’s an experience that one will never forget – and worth treating yourself if you’re in Nepal as it’s one of the best places in the world to take a scenic flight.
2. Visit Pokhara- Nepal adventure’s Capital:
Pokhara is 3 hours away from Kathmandu, The capital city of Nepal and it is one of the pouplar destination when someone visit Pokhara. From the serene Fewa, Begnas lake to the Beautiful Mahendra Cave. The Pubs and Bars of Pokhara. The Tal bahrahi and Bindyabasini Temple, The White Gumba and the Sarangkot. Pokhara is literally the beautiful, yet most managed and environment friendly place to visit in Nepal. From the Paragliding to Zip-flyer, Pokhara is actually the best place to have adrenaline rush. Don’t miss it while visiting Nepal.
3. Visit Chitwan National Park – the best wildlife viewing site in Asia
Chitwan , a city located some 150 kms away from Kathmandu , the capital city of Nepal is just 4 3 hours drive and 45 minutes away in air. Chitwan. The cliff road is a gravel road clinging to the cliff face, with every type of vehicle working their way along slowly, somehow not falling off the side. Once you’ve calmed down from that experience, the rest of the journey is relaxing, passing lots of farms and villages and becoming progressively more rural before reaching Chitwan National Park – a fantastic part of Nepal and well worth a visit. Chitwan National Park is particularly famous for One horned Rhino an endangered species for the whole world.
4. Explore Kathmandu Valley
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is itself a collection of traditions, food, cultures, history and beautiful places and temples. It can be called as a hot pot of every good things to enjoy. Might it be exploring the busy streets of Asan or visiting peaceful Swoymbhu, Might it be testing Juju Dhauu of Bhaktapur Durbar square or it could be Enjoying the Night life of Thamel, Kathmandu is ineffable and really alluring. If you are visiting Nepal, never miss to spend 4/5 days to Kathmandu because even those 4/5 days wont be enough to make you satisfied.
5. Visit Lumbini:
Lumbini is the birth place of Gautam Buddha , the founder of Buddhism. It is located in Kapilvastu District . The airport very near to Lumbini is just 45 minutes away thgrough air and it takes 6 hours drive from Kathmandu. Lumbini has its historical importance and there are many monuments that signify the ancient time enriched with culture and tradition which is very unique than normal things.
Visit Lumbini and embed peace in your soul.