Travelling to NEPAL? Here are some things you need to know.

July 30, 2019
Travelling to NEPAL? Here are some things you need to know.

Nepal is often bypassed by the travellers that Nepal is the part of India, but it’s not. Nepal is a country of nature and has a long history on its side. Nepalese people are humble and polite and very much fun-loving; learn a bit of Nepalese and they will absolutely love you for it. Nepal is a temple for the outdoor travellers because Nepal proudly boasts eight of the highest peaks in the world. Nepal is usually safe when it comes to travelling and attracts mostly outdoorsy type and volunteers in equal measure. The natural beauty of Nepal makes the traveller come back for more.

 

Nepal is a unique place with a variety of landscape. Mountain region, Hilly region and Plain region (known as Terai) are the features that makes it unique from the rest of the world. Also, the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha, it is popular destinations for Buddhist travellers who find Lumbini, the Mecca of Buddhism. Nepal is a country of diversity where people of all the religions live in peace and harmony without a dispute and hassle. Here, you can find the people of Islamic faith dancing in festival of Hindu; people of Buddhist faith worshipping Allah during Eid. Nepal is a post-earthquake affected after 2015 when a massive 7.8 Mw hit Nepal and all the major parts of Nepal was affected due to it; although it is still recovering from the damage, the tourism is not affected at all. 

From a traveller’s point of view, Nepal has everything a travel destination has to offer. Regardless of the earthquake and the damage done by it, people still love the natural beauty and the cultural diversity of Nepal. When travelling to Nepal, don’t forget to visit Pokhara, Bhaktapur, Thamel, Annapurna trek region, Lumbini and so on.]

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