Nepal: Diverse beauties with diverse communities
The enthralling romance of Nepal comes from its very remote geographical locations. Nestled high in the Himalayas, the kingdom was closed to the outside world until 1951. Since then it has become one of the foremost tourist destinations in the world. NEPAL IS A VIRTUAL FOR TRAVELING NOMADS OF ANY CASTE, CREED OR COLOR, IRRESPECTIVE OF NATIONALITY.
Apart from Nepal's world famous landscapes – frozen peaks, broad valleys, lush jungles and exotic wildlife – it is a country with an ancient, rich and diverse cultural heritage. Nepal has an unrivaled range of environments, ranging from the lowlands of the Terai to the snowy summit of the highest mountain range on Earth.
Rich with a history of almost 3,000 years seeped in conspiracy, intrigue and royal blooded tragedies; legendary folklores date back further still, the inheritance and influences of the past are a constant presence in the everyday lifestyles of the people, despite modern influences that have penetrated the living standards of most Nepalese communities. Traditional architecture mingles with the modern; busy streets erratically meander around sacred shrines & cows roam free without a care in the world; the local folks enjoy festivals celebrating gods and heroes almost every other day; and don’t leave out the cheeky monkeys of Nepal, especially in the capital city of kathmandu, they literally rule the roost in all of the capital’s major temples, watch out when you visit pashupatinath & the Swayambhunath (monkey temple} they can literally be a pain in the neck, especially if you’re munching on something; you can appease these rascals by simply buying some cheap bananas & they’ll show you respect worthy of Nepal’s past kings while barking dogs & clanging temple bells put you into a blissful kind of sleep you’ve probably never experienced before; & yes, don’t be surprised when suited & booted businessmen offer you farewell tikas before you board your jet for home this is Nepal for you, a heady mix of pleasant experiences you will never find in any other part of the planet.
Nepal is a land of supreme scenic beauty located within one of the most diverse geographical areas on earth. Traveling in Nepal not only offers an opportunity to submerge in Himalayan bliss but also provides visitors a chance to return to history just like it was thousands of years before. Exotic wildlife, high altitude meadows, magnificent mountains, incredible destinations, unique cultures & festivals, ancient heritage, pristine backwaters & delectable oriental cuisines makes Nepal, undoubtedly, a traveler’s delight.
In a nutshell, visiting Nepal for a tour or a trek can be a lifelong experience where holidays are meaningful & also give you a sense of direction & happiness of a special kind. Come across & allow us to give you holidays that will live in your memory for a lifetime.
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Currency: Nepali Rupee (Rs)
Capital city: Kathmandu
Religion: Approximately 90% Hindu, 5% Buddhist, 3% Muslim, 2% other
Language: Official language Nepali, more than a hundred regional mother tongs.