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About the country

Beautiful Nepal is a place of warm and interesting people, where deities interact with humans and spectacular temples, monasteries, and historical sites can be found practically anywhere. The weather-beaten Himalayas are home to Sagarmatha, the "Goddess Mother of the World," Mount Everest, and her snow-capped contemporaries.From eight of the world's fourteen highest mountains to the thriving Terai plains of Jhapa, you'll be excused for always having your camera in your hands. We propose visiting Dhulikhel to see the Himalayas, which is one of the most popular places to see this chain of giants.

We recommend a Nepal travel to the Chitwan National Park for a stroll on the wild side. Chitwan, which means "heart of the forest," is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many endangered creatures live in the park, including the one-horned rhino, regal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, and fresh water gangetic dolphin.

A trip to Nepal would be incomplete without visiting the intriguing Kathmandu Valley. The valley, which includes the three historic cities of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur, is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as a plethora of structures, sculptures, creative temples, and amazing artworks.

One of Nepal's most popular tourist attractions is adventure tourism. This is an excellent destination for energetic travelers, with activities for both nature lovers and adrenaline junkies. While hiking, mountaineering, and wildlife watching have always been popular activities, tourists may now now enjoy rafting, bicycling, fishing, hot air ballooning, and even bungee jumping.

Why should you go? Nepal

01. Nepal is a land of extremes. Natural splendors mingle with a strong culture and sense of history. With ten of the world's fourteen tallest mountains, the nation provides a spectacular environment for trekking and climbing, as well as some of the greatest white water rafting in the world.

02. Nepal's diverse altitude range also supports a diverse range of plant and animal species, including more than 300 orchid species. With over 800 bird species, it accounts for nearly 10% of the world's avian species.

03.Chitwan and Bardia National Parks comprise lowland tropical forests and grasslands, and Nepal is home to a broad range of animals. The isolated national parks are home to the Bengal tiger, the rare snow leopard, the one-horned rhino, and the Himalayan black bear.

04.Kathmandu's historic culture and traditional architecture have resulted in seven World Heritage Sites, while Nepal is well-known for its gorgeous monasteries and the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Lumbini.

There is a large range of lodging available; however, what we propose and utilize are award-winning properties, usually in the five-star level. It is extremely advised that you book all of your accommodations as long in advance as possible, especially if you want to visit during their festival season.

Nepal is a wonderful, family-friendly destination, offering a range of activities for children such as tailored wildlife safaris, rafting, nature hikes and cultural excursions.


  1. Springtime (March to May) There are a lot of visitors, and it's one of the finest times to go.

  2. Summertime (June-August) The average temperature is 28 degrees Celsius, however temperatures in mountainous locations are substantially higher

  3. The Monsoon Season (June to September) A beautiful green environment is created by 2,500 mm of rain every year.

  4. Autumn's (September to November) The weather is lovely and unaffected by the cold.

  5. Winter season (December to February) Temperatures near freezing, and heavy snowfall falls over mountainous terrain.

  6. The seasons of spring and autumn are great for visiting the country.

Sri Lankan passport holders require a visa to enter the Nepal.

10 best places to visit in Nepal :
  1. Annapurna Sanctuary

  2. Manaslu

  3. Imja Tse

  4. Pashupatinath Temple

  5. Swayambhu Mahachaitya

  6. Chitwan National Park

  7. Mardi himal

  8. Ama Dablam

  9. Gosainkunda

  10. Lobuche

Applying for a Visitor visa to Nepal :
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