Nepal the king of the Himalayas is just not the paradise for trek lovers but this small country nestled in the lap of the Himalayas is also home to exotic cultures, ancient religion, diverse wildlife, serendipitous lakes and rivers, and affable people. Although small in size Nepal has so much to see and explore travelers find it hard to accommodate everything in, that is the reason why many people returns back for many different activities.
It is the land where Lord Buddha the apostle of peace and light of Asia was born. Here the Buddhist and Hindu religions have fused it perfectly for centuries. There is no shortage of pilgrimage sites belonging to either of these two religions.
Kathmandu, the capital city is the epicenters of culture and art, and is home to the ancient Newari culture. While the city isn’t the biggest in the world, the number of fascinating historical sites located here, as well as the cultural festivities, means that there is always something to do.
Stroll through the medieval city squares enjoying the rich heritage site, join in the kora around centuries old stupas, hear the Bhajan and witnessed the Arati performed at the holy Hindu temple, enjoy the spectacular views of the Himalayas from the view point.
Southern Nepal boasts a significant number of national parks and wildlife areas. Particularly famous is the Chitwan national park. Here, travelers get the opportunity to partake in a jungle safari on an elephant’s back. Going deep into the heart of the jungle, travelers can expect to see a wide variety of animals, including the majestic rhinoceros. There is also the hope of catching a glimpse of the majestic Royal Bengal tiger.
In case if you want to spice up your tours with bit of adventure options are plenty. Day hike, white water rafting, kayaking, Mt. Biking, paragliding, bungee, swing can all be fused together creating it a perfect holiday.
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