with alots of love from Nepal

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♦♦♦ Traveling involveds carrying mementos to remember the time that you’d had. Nepal has alot to offer as mementos as well as memories


For many introduction to Nepal happens the first time we see the chaos of Kathmandu valley, the next introduction happens while trekking up in the mountians, filled with beautiful view of snowy peaks, the harsh trails and serene lakes in between. But what most traveller miss is that Nepal is more than just the busy Kathmandu street and the mystic mountians of the north. Although the Himalayan nation. Nepal offers much more diversity, when it comes to the landscape and the lifestyle. In the mid hills and the south, many, people rely on farming than the tourism. Every day, they wake up to go to field, to work with their hands, their animals and their tools. Life might seem less harsh than the north but it isn’t that easy either. For an agricultural country. Nepal still isn’t introduced to the machines to work in the fields. Here’s glimpse of what lies beyond the mountian life, in the ordiary life of those living far.

Nepal, a country of more than 26.5 million people , is wedged between China in the north and India in the south, east and west. It is one of the most amazing countries due to its unique geographical distinction and altitudinal alteration fostering a unque bio-diversity and cultural multiplicity. The elevation of country ranges from 60 m above sea level to the highest point on earth, Mt Everest at 8,848 m all within a distance of 150 km resulting into climatic conditions from sub-tropical to Arctic which has never ceased to amaze all those who have seen or heard about it.

The experience is so strong and memory so lasting especially when it comes to majesty of the Himalayas and the Everest and the hostpitality of the the people, clustered with deities and demons awaiting to welcome you far from the hustle and bustle, chaos and stress of modern life. Indeed the diverse arrays of tourism experience a rae combination of mystic, mystery mountain and merriment shall be a turning point and profound condition fo receptivity.

The Kathmandu valley with its pagodas, stupas and endless festivals, represents a mosaic of Nepali’s rich cultural past and abounds in breathtaking architectural subtlety with 7 UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Monuments within a radius of 20 killmeters Similarly , Pokhara a scenic town is a getaway into the lap of Himalayas with close mountian view, lakeside experience, tranquil nature and gateway to on of the world’s best trekking region Annapurna, and Chitwan anothere tourism hotspot, totally a jungle experience in the forest teeming with sub tropical wildlife where one can spot Rhinos Elephants and Tigers while enjoying the local hospitality of the people. while trekking, mountaineering and game watching have long been popular, an entire range of other possibilities have been expored in the recent years trekking , montianeering sightseeing, cultural tours, jungle safari, pilgrimage tours , rafting biking fishing rock climbing paragliding, ultralight aricraft, mountain fligh, boating bungy jumping casinos and nightlife.

The Nepal Himalay is crowned by 8 of the world’s 14 highest mountains including the jewel in the crown, Mt Everest, standing tall at 8,848 m , the highest point on earth. That’s not all. More that 1300 of peaks are scattered across the length and breadth of the country. To conserve this natural heritage, the govenment has set aside over 23.39 percent the total land spreading over 12 National Parks, 1 wildlife Reserve and 6 Conservation Areas. two of these, the Sagarmatha Everest National Park and the Chitwan National park are listed as UNESCO World Natural Heritage Sites.

Nepal is also a confluence of two great religions, Hinduism and Buddhism. It is the land of the Buddha, fountain of world peace, who was born about more that 2500 years ago at Lumbini, with more that 125 castes and ethnic groups, and 123 spoken dialects, Nepal is characterized as naturally pure and tranquil and culturally unique and diverse.

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