Sitting between the mighty Himalayan range, the land is home to the dream destination of every professional mountain climber in the world, the Mount Everest. It is a land of Sherpas, monasteries, yetis, yaks, and 8 of the 10 tallest mountains in the world. The immaculate mountain range, natural beauty, and the simplicity of Nepali people will take everybody’s breath away.

Kathmandu, also known as Kantipur, is the capital of Nepal where a tourist would typically land by air. This is where the temple of the living goddess – highly revered by Nepali people – is located. To the South of Western Nepal lies the world heritage site of Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. Lying 4600 feet above the sea level, just outside Kathmandu, Bhaktapur or Bhadgaon – meaning the city of temples – is home to medieval art and architecture.

Pashupati Nath temple is one of the most celebrated and holiest temples in Nepal. It lies on the sacred bank of Bagmati river, 6 kilometers outside the capital city. Tourists seeking spiritualism and relaxation visit the Boudanath pilgrimage center that is often frequented by Buddhist monks for meditation. And, for those wanting some adventure, visit the Nagarkot valley for trekking, mountain biking, and spectacular view of the Himalayan range.

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Nepal is a multicultural, multilingual, and multi-ethnic country where Hinduism and Buddhism are dominant religions. Folklore is an essential part of the Nepali culture, and their folktales are often beautifully expressed through music and dance. Living at high altitudes, its people are deeply religious. Family, art, mutual respect, literature, delicious food, and music are a way of everyday life for its people.


Traditionally conservative, the people of Nepal draw their many traditions from Hindu and Buddhism religions. They love to celebrate every moment of their life and events that hold religious significance, which is reflected by the fact that they have the highest number of public holidays (of 36 days in a year) in the world. Tales of evil versus good, love, affection, demons and ghosts will leave everyone captivated.


Nepali food is a blend of aromatic Asian cuisines with characteristics closely related to its culinary history. The staple food of Nepal is a simple lentil soup with plain rice, also known as daal bhaat, occasionally taken with curried vegetables. Street foods like Momo – a type of dumpling – are quite popular in the country.

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Best time to visit: Nepal has a temperate climate with four seasons. Most climbers visit the country during autumn, between September and November. The weather during this period is generally dry, clear, neither too cold nor too hot. The mountains are most visible in this season as the dust and pollution are washed away by monsoon rains before autumn. Read More