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Why travel in nepal

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Nepal is a is a genuine question to visitors before a journey with its cost value. Travelers’ imagination comes true after touching the highest point of earth Mt. Everest, the deepest gorge Kali Gandaki, the birthplace of Lord Buddha and with blessing from the Living Goddess ‘Kumari’. White water rafting, wildlife safari, bungee jump, Himalaya trekking, world heritage tour, Mountain flight and Nepalese vibrant culture, tradition, art, architecture, cuisine and hospitality are exquisite.

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Why travel in nepal

  1. 1. Why travel in Nepal is a genuine question to visitors before a journey with its cost value. Travelers’ imagination comes true after touching the highest point of earth Mt. Everest, the deepest gorge Kali Gandaki, the birthplace of Lord Buddha and with blessing from the Living Goddess ‘Kumari’. White water rafting, wildlife safari, bungee jump, Himalaya trekking, world heritage tour, Mountain flight and Nepalese vibrant culture, tradition, art, architecture, cuisine and hospitality are exquisite. Nepal is a beautiful Himalayan country with 1300 mountain peaks, including eight of the 14 tallest peaks in the world. Sunrise and sunset views over the snow-clad peaks become gold to red. One-hour Everest flight takes you above the high mountains, river valley, and Highlander settlements. People are extremely busy due to science and technology, off course one visitor can make his destination into a cool mountain for refreshment. Why travel in Nepal for an adventure so skydiving in Everest, Paragliding in Pokhara with a breathtaking views of Gurkha city, Annapurna (8091 m), Dhaulagiri (8167 m) and Manaslu (8163 m). Peak climbing is two weeks program with a choice of mountain. White water rafting offers in the sixteen rivers, take at least one-day rafting with fishing. Bungy jump offers 160-meter jump from a suspension bridge. Why travel in Nepal is to visit the birthplace of Gautama Buddha who was born some 2600 years ago in Lumbini Garden that is just 300 km southwest of Kathmandu. Take a knowledge how a prince became the Buddha after an exploration of fourfold noble truths and eightfold noble paths. Take a meditation visit with incarnate Lama. Kapilvastu is located 27 km next to Lumbini where Gautama Buddha spent his first 29 years as a prince. Visiting once to Pashupatinath Temple is worthy to talk with Sadhu and feel live cremation at the bank of River Bagmati in Kathmandu. Muktinath (3800 m) is next holy temple of the Hindu and Buddhist lies north of Jomsom. Take a helicopter tour and explore the Kali Gandaki Valley. The country is an ecological dreamland with 10 national parks, 3 conservation areas, 3 wildlife reserves 11 buffer zones and 1 hunting reserve. One horn rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, snow leopard, red panda, wild buffalo, blue sheep and Himalaya black bear are there. There are 873 types of bird, 600 types of butterflies, 1000 medicinal plants, 32 types of rhododendron flowers, and 319 species of orchid flower. Wildlife safari, bird watching is remarkable. The ancient hunters and gathers group, Raute lives in Nepal whose history dating back to 10000 years. They live in western Nepal in a jungle with a barter system. They exchange their wood carving goods with rice nearby a village. The country has 36000 villages. Let us hike few days into a village with exploring local’s lifestyle, tradition, lifestyle, and food habit. The country has at least 125 ethnic, caste groups with 123 spoken languages. Several convention centers are available for a business meeting in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Spend few hours in the world heritage sites in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini. Enjoy mountain biking on a rough trail in city and mountain. Welcome to Nepal once for photographs, to be cool in a Himalaya Valley, to swim on a clean river and taste Nepalese cuisine.

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