Annapurna Region is the most popular destination to trek on the whole earth. Considered to be the 10th highest mountain in the world, Mount Annapurna (8091m) and the way to its base are 4130m and the entire journey is an astonishing walk through a various landscape which is rich in its serene mountain views, terraced fields, wide ranges of floral and faunal species, and the beautiful Gurung village. Once you make the journey to Annapurna Base Camp, it will obviously lead you to an unforgettable memory.
Bandipur, a Newar town at a height of 1005 meters, is located halfway between Kathmandu and Pokhara. This immaculate village, which overlooks the Marsyangdi river valley, offers an unrivaled perspective of the Himalayan panorama. With temples, shrines, holy caverns, many festivals, and Newari architecture, Bandipur has retained its age-old cultural features. Bandipur is enticing—and yet to be found.
Bhaktapur is the third of the valley's historic Newari cities, with Kathmandu and Patan being the other two. Despite the 2015 earthquake's damage, it is the best-preserved of the three. The ancient city center is car-free, making strolling through its cobblestone streets a real pleasure. With temples on every corner, vibrant street markets, and arts and crafts being made everywhere, the entire town feels like a living museum. If you're interested in Nepali culture and heritage, this is a must-see on your Nepalese vacation.
Burang County, sometimes known as Purang, is a sub-division of Ngari Prefecture in China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Burang Town, also known as Taklakot in Nepali, is the county seat. The county has a population of 9,657 people and occupies an area of 12,539 square kilometers.
Chitwan National Park is Nepal's first national park, and it is known for its gorgeous scenery and diverse fauna. This park, which was established in 1973 and encompasses 932 km2 (360 m2), is located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal. The height ranges from 100 meters (330 feet) in the river valleys to 815 meters (2,674 feet) in the southern Churia Hills. Many endangered animals can be found in Chitwan National Park, including the bigger one-horned rhinoceros, royal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, freshwater Gangetic dolphin, and others. There are also four types of deer, two types of monkeys, wild boar, sloth bear, elephant, and leopard here.
Dolpa seems to be a very remote part of Nepal. Time has stood still here as Tibetans continue to live, cultivate, and trade, in the same way, they have for millennia. Dolpa is located in mid-western Nepal's Shey Phoksundo National Park, behind the Dhaulagiri massif, on the way to the Tibetan plateau, which is cut off by a series of exceptionally high passes and is closed for most of the year due to heavy snow. High passes, rare flora and animals, panoramic panoramas, and a rich traditional Tibetan culture characterize the Dolpa region.
Trekking to Everest Region is the not-to-be-missed dream of every traveler from all over the world. World's best trekking Everest Base Camp Trek which is located at the heart of the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal covers an area of 97miles/156km. Also known as the ‘steps to heaven’, Everest base camp is the most renowned place in the whole world and it is on every traveler’s bucket list. Considered to be the top of the world, the Everest region is highly blessed with high mountain passes, various mountains flora and fauna, breathtaking high altitude landscapes, snow-capped mountains, Buddhist monasteries, high altitude animals, traditional Sherpa culture.
Gorkha is a hill in Nepal that is historically linked to the country's formation. It has long been known as the region of brave warriors and the birthplace of King Prithvi Narayan Shah, Nepal's unifier. Gorkha is one of Nepal's 77 districts and a part of Gandaki Pradesh. This hill also houses the Gorkha Durbar, which is where the Shah rulers began their 239-year reign.
The Helambu Trek is a very pleasant and easy trek because the elevation range is between 800m and 3600m, which is lower than other treks. The Sherpas live in the Helambu region, which is located in the upper Malechmi Khola valley. The Helambu Trek begins in Kathmandu and takes five to eight days to finish.
Ilam is a town in the country's far east that is home to people of all cultures who coexist peacefully with nature. Illam is situated in the Kanchanjunga foothills. In Illam, we may see huge areas of lush-green tea gardens, as well as rolling hills carpeted in tea leaves. The slopes of Illam are covered in greenery all year. The major tea gardens in Nepal include Illam Tea Garden near Illam Bazaar and Kanyam Tea Garden between Terai plain and Illam Bazaar. In Illam, there are numerous spots to go hiking, and these areas provide us with a sense of relaxation and delight.
Janakpur, the birthplace of Goddess Sita, also known as Janaki, is Lord Ram's consort. The Ramayan states that the Ram Janaki temple at Janakpur belonged to King Janak. The main Janaki temple is entirely constructed in a bright white, distinctive style of classical and neo-classical design, with rich Mithila constructions. During the reign of the Janak monarch, his daughter Janaki (Sita) chose Lord Ram as her marriage during her sambhar and became queen of Ayodhya.
Kathmandu Valley Tour is one of the most famous tour packages that enable travelers and explorers to get a unique and personal insight into Nepal's capital city. Kathmandu valley has always been a destination for visitors and trekkers due to its spectacular geography and cultural wonders. It consists of three cities-Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur all lined with ancient ruins, temples, religious shrines, and extensive knowledge of the glorious past of Nepal.
Also known as the ‘valley of glaciers’, the Langtang region is a paradise-like destination that offers exquisite beauty in the mountains of Nepal. Encircled by the Langtang National park, the most precious part of this trek is to explore the wide ranges of floral and faunal species and to enjoy the spectacular beauty of the Himalayas and glaciers. Langtang trail is an awe-inspiring region to know the history of Tamang heritage cultures of the Himalaya region.
Mustang region is the most visited trek in the world. With an altitude of 3000 to 3800m, this place is a door to the peculiar zone of the old Buddhist kingdom. Trekking in this zone is to explore the mysterious world of the ancient kingdom of Mustang. Also known as the Last Forbidden Kingdom, this place is home to ancient Tibetan Buddhist culture with ancient monasteries accompanied by stunning architecture, traditional villages, and cave dwellings.
Manaslu RegionTrekking takes you around its massive mountain range, which stands as the world's eighth highest peak at the height of 8,163 m / 26,781 ft high, the first ascent by the Japanese Expedition on May 09th, 1956. Manaslu Himal Circuit since then been closed for the outside world which was opened for trekkers and adventurers from the beginning of the 1990s, the area around Manaslu slowly drew many visitors every season of the year. At present one of the most popular countries for trekkers, but still, the Manaslu region remains a restricted area where travelers require special permission to enter into this beautiful remote high valley of Manaslu enclosed by series of snow clad peaks.
Muktinath is situated at the base of Thorong La mountain pass at an altitude of 3710 meters. One of the world’s highest temples, Muktinath is located in the Mustang district. Muktinath is one of Char Dham in Nepal which according to Hindu mythology, is also called Mukti Kshetra, the place of liberation. Muktinath is a very ancient temple that is related to God Vishnu. Considered to be the sacred place of salvation, this place is the pilgrimage site of both Hindus and Buddhists.
In the Kathmandu Valley, the historic kingdom of Patan contains some of the most beautiful temples, palaces, and traditional Nepali architecture. On this easy half-day tour, learn about the unique culture and history of this area, which is now part of Kathmandu city. Visit the Patan Museum, Durbar Square, and the Golden Temple, among other attractions.
Pokhara is Nepal's second-largest city. To the west of Kathmandu, the town is around 200 kilometers away. It is popular hiking starting place at the foot of the Annapurna range. Pokhara is separated into two sections: the lovely Lakeside Pokhara and the Old City. The Lakeside area has several tourist attractions and scenic views, while the Old City is Pokhara's commercial center