Nepal Travel Guide


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Introducing Nepal

Nepal is fluctuating with number of prayer flags; it is a trekker’s paradise, which combines Himalayan views, golden temples, charming hill villages and Jungle wildlife watching to offer world’s great travel destinations. It is an ultimate goal for mountain lovers. This is an ethereal country that can make each moment of yours memorable. This goes without saying that Nepal offers a glimpse of countries different aspects making travelers greedier for exploration. It witnesses the traditional craft, practicing and learning yoga and meditation. Explore this exceptionally beautiful destination with our Nepal holiday packages. 


Must Know Facts

Best Time to Visit

Among October and December is the best time to visit Nepal as the skies are commonly clear and the perspectives fabulous. The climate stays dry until about April. January and February can be extremely cold, particularly around evening time, yet will balance you with fantastic scenes and calmer trekking trails as there are fewer guests. 

Pre-summer is a wonderful time to go as the rhododendrons (basically a flower) which burst into blossom. From May, warmth and moistness levels work until the point that the rainstorm downpours touch base in June and the mists cloud the brilliant mountain sees. Nepal praises celebrations all year, so there is regularly a celebration or journey occurring - advance your for more subtleties as the dates frequently change from year to year. Visit this year around destination with our International tour packages. 


History & Culture

Populated for a few centuries, Nepal was first referenced in the Vedic Parisistas of the Atharvaveda. By 500 BC, little city-kingdoms were set up in the hotter southern areas and around this time the Shakya sovereign turned-austere who might turn into the Buddha was conceived. For the accompanying 500 years, administrations rose and fell and by the twelfth century, Western Nepali pioneers had solidified their control over the locale, administering for a long time. 

In this way, Nepal split into 24 insignificant states until the late fourteenth century, so, all in all Central Nepal and the Kathmandu Valley went under the brought together principle of the Malla administration. By 1482, the kingdom again progressed toward becoming cracked, this time into three separate kingdoms of Bhaktapur, Patan and Kathmandu.

The rich, multi-ethnic and multi-dimensional culture of Nepal depends on hundreds of years old conventions and social traditions. Its assorted varieties scope of mountain networks and social strata are communicated in music, move, old stories, dialect, and religion cultural diversity. Experience of Nepal with our Nepal holiday packages. 

Nepal has two principle religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, albeit numerous Nepalese practice a one of a unique combination mixed with a level of animism. The customs of both return more than two centuries to the introduction of the Buddha in Lumbini and the old Hindu ceremonies still solid today. Likewise cherished is the convention of perfection in expressions and specialties.



For a little nation, Nepal has incredible physical decent variety, extending from the Tarai Plain - the northern edge of the Gangetic Plain arranged at around 300 meters above ocean level in the south - to the very nearly 8,800-meter-high Mount Everest, privately known as Sagarmatha (its Nepali name), in the north. From the swamp Tarai belt, landforms ascend in progressive slope and mountain ranges, including the breathtaking bulwark of the transcending Himalayas, eventually achieving the Tibetan Plateau past the Inner Himalayas.

Nepal normally is partitioned into three expansive physio-graphic zones: the Mountain Region, the Hill Region, and the Tarai Region. Every one of the three parallel one another, from east to west, as persistent environmental belts, once in a while divided by the nation's waterway frameworks. These biological areas were isolated by the legislature into development parts inside the structure of regional advancement planning. 
The mountain range is situated above sea level to the north of hill region. It constitutes of central portion of Himalayan range originating in the Pamir’s, a high altitude region of central Asia. Indeed, the locale is scantily populated, and whatever cultivating action exists is for the most part limited to the low-lying valleys and the stream bowls, for example, the upper Kali Gandaki Valley.




Things to Do in Nepal

Gori chen Peak is the highest peak in Arunachal Pradesh and about 22500 ft. the 3rd highest in Northeast. It has the ideal atmosphere and landscape to challenge the adventurer in you. Known to be a tough trekking destination, the peak offers a beautiful 360 degree view of the surroundings. No matter whether you are able to the reach the summit or not, you are surely going to love the magnificent beauty of this splendid peak. Gori chen is a very technical peak, which only seasoned climbers can scale and that too not so easily. Unlike many peaks in the Northeast, this one still isn't greatly explored.
Shonga-tser Lake is also called as Madhuri Lake. It is located at about 12000 feet height above sea level. The water in the lake is crystal clean and the magic of it reflecting the colour of blue sky is simply an awesome sight. The lake was formed as a result of an earthquake in this region back in 1971. This place was grassland until then, serving to the cattle of the locals. The place is now an ideal tourist destination with an amazing view of the picturesque snow capped mountains and the valleys.
Tibetan settlement market Located in the Township of Tewang, It is the local market consisting of small shops and roadside shacks, catering to the needs of the locals and tourists alike. Mostly this place is well-known for its local eateries and shops, which sell traditional items, as they are meant to be. Chinese crockery items and crockery’s made of porcelain or China clay is sold here in abundance. 
 Visit Elephant Breeding Center Chitwan – Of the two elephant-breeding centers that exist in the world one lies in the Chitwan National Park. In Nepal, the elephant is becoming one of the rarest animals and the center was established to increase its numbers. You will have an chance to visit the breeding center. You will get to know about the efforts to increase the pachyderm population and get to see several cow elephants and their caves. Elephant Breeding Center was established in the year 2044 BS with 6 male and 14 female elephants. Among 20 elephants, 16 were brought from India, 2 from Thailand and 2 elephants were received as a gift from Myanmar. 
Chitwan National Park is where you can make your holidays enjoyable with elephant safari, jungle walk, bird watching, canoeing, elephant bathing, culture visit and traditional shows and there are many more activities in order to make your trip much more exciting. The gracious Trekking and Travel company, based in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal and have been providing eminent quality service to thousands of travelers over the years with highly fulfilling and rewarding ‘Himalayan Experiences’. It is the most excellent and innovative adventure programs to visitors who come to discover the Himalayas. The areas of expertise includes trekking, expedition, peak climbing, hiking, jungle safari, mountain-biking etc. plus they extend their services to other equally exciting travel destinations, Tibet, Bhutan and the Indian regions of Sikkim, Darjeeling and Ladakh. 
Canoe ride in Rapti River is the most thrilling activities to explore Chitwan National Park and to view various aquatic animals and wildlife of Chitwan National Park. Canoe is a dug out boat made traditionally with a single wooden log by local inhabitant which can be done in the morning & afternoon.
The Tharu is the one of the largest ethnic groups in Nepal with a population of approximately 2.6 million. The main objective is to conserve national traditions and also to utilize local resources for sustainable development and conserve natural resource. The Tharu Cultural Museum itself houses medium and small sized collections. It receives funds from its cultural shows, souvenir and handicraft shop, food festivals and museum fees.  
The pillar, sometimes called the Asoka Column, is still in its original location, but the Lion Capital is now in the Sarnath Museum, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The pillars of Ashoka are a series of columns dispersed throughout the Indian subcontinent, erected or at least inscribed with edicts by the Mauryan king Ashoka during his reign from c. 268 to 232 BC. It was originally placed on the top of the Ashoka pillar at the important Buddhist site of Sarnath by the Emperor Ashoka, in about 250 BCE.


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