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Nepal another Fairyland on the Earth.

By admin, 23-Feb-2019

Nepal another Fairyland on the Earth

Nepal is considered as one of the most beautiful countries on earth. The Himalayas are a partner to nearly every moment in the country. And the Nepali people are polite and welcoming. They have embraced tourism and the money that brings to the country. Alongside that, it’s one of the poorest countries on the planet and the demands of tourism often run roughshod over conventional best tourism practices. The combination of a beautiful landscape, a willing culture, and a high demand for tourism has created some very serious issues. But there are benefits too; even tourism done poorly has brought needed money into impoverished rural communities. Responsible travel is not about abandoning Nepal because it has some issues, but rather identifying areas where tourism can be shifted into a more positive force for good in the country. A responsible traveler should be sensitive to the development issues Nepal faces—even more so in light of the devastating earthquake. Let’s look at a few areas of responsible tourism decisions facing a Nepal-bound traveler.

KATHMANDU

Unique as they come and different to anywhere we’ve visited, Kathmandu is crazy, chaotic, historic, spiritual, haphazard, enticing and vibrant - yet these words still don’t do this city justice. In Nepal there are many UNESCO World Heritage sights to see, and equally tasty food to eat! After spending six weeks living in Kathmandu when you are in Holiday tour package, we know it pretty well. Learn more about Kathmandu with our comprehensive city guide, as well as the best things to do in the city. While in Kathmandu, be sure to check out the Garden of Dreams, and discover all the temples of this spiritual city. Make sure when you book your Nepal Tour Package (Domestic tour package) you must cover all above attraction points.

POKHARA

Pokhara is almost the complete opposite of Kathmandu; relaxed, quiet, with a distinct south East Asian feel. On the banks of Phewa Tal lake, and with the backdrop of the Annapurna Range, it’s no wonder it’s a favorite with backpackers and most of the honeymooners book their Honeymoon Tour Package find spend a lot of time in pokhara because the place is quiet and peaceful.

BANDIPUR

Breathing open air museum of Newari culture might be a little off the beaten track but well worth the visit and you feel that you are stepping back in time.

ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT

Famous the world over, the Annapurna Circuit is one of the world’s best treks. Over 17 days, you’ll be treated to striking mountains, fresh air, clear streams, quaint mountain villages and famous Nepali hospitality. If you do one hike in Nepal, make it this. Trust us!

EVEREST BASE CAMP

Everest Base Camp is altogether different than Annapurna, however many people around the world visit this place to take a different experience but equally beautiful as Annapurna. Expect to be challenged, especially on the final two days, but expect to witness some of the most beautiful scenery in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, PATAN AND BHAKTAPUR DURBAR SQUARE

Earlier considered as the capital of three kingdoms, every Durbar Square is unique, and consist of temples, idols, statues, open courts and fountains along with other structures.

BOUDHANATH STUPA

Boudhanath Stupa is a must visit for anyone wanting to experience Nepal’s spiritual side. Daily, pilgrims visit to walk around the central dome, spin prayer wheels, pray and chant while tourists take it all in.

PASHUPATINATH TEMPLE

One of the holiest sites in all of Hinduism, Pashupatinath has existed since 400 A.D and its main temple is a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. Only Hindu devotees may enter, but this doesn’t detract from this incredibly spiritual site.

SWAYAMBHUNATH STUPA

A visit to Kathmandu isn’t complete without a visit to Swayambhunath. Climb the 365 stairs to enjoy stunning views of Kathmandu, and intricate temples complete with Buddhist and Hindu iconography.

LUMBINI

Lumbini is the birthplace of Buddha and a must-visit for those interested in Buddhism.

Famous Food of Nepal

  • Pulao
  • Dal Bhat
  • Momo
  • Thukpa
  • Sel Roti
  • Gorkhali Lamb

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