Nepal is a Landlocked country located in the Himalayas in South Asia. With an estimated population of 29.1 million per 2021 census, it is a relatively small country surrounded by China and India. Nepal has a Diverse Geography, including fertile plains and subalpine forested hills. Along with this, Nepal is also home to eight of the world's ten tallest mountains. Mount Everest is the highest point on earth, located in the Khumbu Region of Nepal. Kathmandu is its capital city, with Nepali as its official spoken language. Although Nepali is written in Devanagari, the official script of this nation of mountains is Ranjana.
Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multi-lingual, and multicultural country famous as the Gurkha land, the home of warriors, and Lord Gautam Buddha!
The centrally located capital city, Kathmandu valley, is intertwined with the culture of Indo Aryans and was the seat of the prosperous Newar Confederacy known as Nepal mandala. This beautiful city is famous for its different art and architecture. Pashupatinath, located in the middle of Kathmandu valley, is famous for being one of the most important Hindu temples.
Although Nepal is a secular country, Hinduism is a major religion. Numerous Hindu temples are scattered all across this nation. Pashupatinath, Muktinath, Sorgadyari, Pathivara, and Manakamana in Gorkha, some of the best known places for Hindus. Nepal was the World's last Hindu monarchy, and this centuries-old rule ended in AD 2008.
Nepal is symbolized as the country for mountaineers. This country is, after all, bordered by the Himalayas giving it access to some of the world's highest peaks. Every year millions of tourists from all over the globe visit this beautiful country. Travelers come to Nepal for Mountain climbing, Trekking, and Hiking and spend their holiday in the peaceful tea houses at the bottom of the Mountain. Mountain Biking, Sightseeing, paragliding, Bungey, Rafting, and other adventures activities are among some other reasons as to why you should visit this Nation of Wonders.
Along with this there are several UNESCO Heritage sites and mesmerizing sceneries dotted across this nation. These work together to bring people flocking to Nepal's warm and welcoming republic.
● Nepal has the topmost trekking routes on the earth, unlike other countries.
● Nepal is the richest country in terms of Biodiversity.
● Nepal is the second richest country after Brazil in terms of freshwater.
● Nepal occupies 0.1 percent of the earth.
● Nepa is home to 2 percent of all flowering plants,4 percent mammals, and 600 indigenous plant families.
● More Than 848 species of birds are found in Nepal, so Nepal is one of the best destinations for Bird watching tours in the World.
● Nepal has 11 of the World's 15 families of Butterflies and 319 species of exotic Orchids.
● Gautam Buddha, the Founder of Buddhist Philosophy, was born in Nepal.
● Nepal Can be visited all around the year as all four seasons are favorable for Tours, Travels, Hikes and Trekking.
● Winter-Dec to Feb: It is difficult for trekkers to make high passes because of the snow on the mountain top. But on the low land and around the green hill, many trekkers enjoy hiking.
● Spring -March to May: This is a suitable season to visit the country. The weather is a little hot on low land and normal in higher mountains. ● Summer-Jun to Aug: It is the rainy season as the trek can be a little difficult with rain and flood. However, this is the best season to experience true Nepal!
● Autom-Sep to Nov: This is the best season to visit Nepal as the weather is most appropriate to trek. You can see the beautiful mountains this season.
Bhutan is simply a mini version of Nepal. Just about everything you can say about Nepal applies to Bhutan as well. This is a landlocked country with mountains sandwiched between India and China, filled with rich culture and traditions. This nation of Buddhism is filled with wonders of stupas and is among the few nations that actively enforce strict rules for nature conservation. In fact this is the only country in the world that is carbon negative. This is all because of national law stating that a minimum of 60% of the nation must be a forested area.
Bhtan is one of the best destination for you if you seek clean and unpolluted air, with all the facilities of the urban lifestyle. And, let's not forget about the solemn atmosphere from the stupas, breathtaking forest travels, and exhilarating hikes along the mountains.
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Also known as the "Roof of the world", Tibet is a Buddhist land, governed as an autonomous region of China. This means that it is essentially its own country under the basic rules of China. Because of this, Tibet has a lot of freedom to make its own decisions and rules. This rocky land of Buddhism is one of the raw, yet most hospitable place you can visit. People here live simple and peaceful lives, and they are some of the most hospitable people in the world.
Since Tibet is called the roof of the world, you can easily expect this nation of Buddhism to be filled with adventurous trekking routes. Besides this, you can also visit the rightfully named Turquoise lake, known as "Jade Lake" and "Coral Lake," and enjoy unique Tibetan cultures and traditions!
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India is a global superpower. Everybody knows about the brains, financial, and tourism strength of this nation. India is also one of the easiest places to visit and can easily be accessed through Nepal.
This nation is filled with wondrous culture, amazing adventure, breathtaking locations, never-ending stories, and mouth-watering cuisines. The best part about this place is that you will feel like you've entered a separate nation with each state you cross. Take a trip across the beaches of Goa, or get indulged in everyday life of Mumbai. Trek through the hills of Jammu and Kashmir or relax in the mountains of Sikkim. Regardless of your ideal travel plan, India has got the destination for you. This is a land of wonders in all aspects!
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