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Things To Do In Nepal

Nepal is the country with incredible diversity and it has lot more to offer. All the attractions in Nepal holds its own charm. So its cultural diversity is such that will surely make you fall in love with. Just be a part of all those attraction with our Nepal Holiday Packages. 
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.
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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.
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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. 
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 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. 
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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. 
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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.
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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.  
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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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The Bodhi Tree in Lumbini is located in the divine premises of the Maya Devi Temple complex right next to the vibrant shrine on the banks of the serene Maya Devi Pond. It is considered highly sacred in the region and worshipped with great dedication. One may visit the tree after exploring the temple before maybe sitting by the pond admiring the tranquility of the site. The tree is an age-old Peepal tree or Focus Religious and is quite a pleasant sight as it stands firm on the ground covered with several colored flags. Buddhist monks often sit under the tree meditating or reading spiritual scripts. Visitors can also spend a moment or two to witness the pleasant and spiritual vibe under the cool shade of the grand ancient tree that is believed to have the ability to bring about equanimity. One can also choose to offer prayers and make a wish. Locals believe that wishes will be made while tying a colorful prayer flag are often granted. When one thinks about the Bodhi tree, they would immediately think of the picture of Gautama Buddha sitting in a meditative state under a sturdy Peepal tree. It was under one of these trees that Buddha attained enlightenment and liberation from delusions, anger and self-indulgence. 
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Maya Devi Pond is quite simple but yet attractive square shaped structure with steps all around to ascend to the water level. Also known as Puskarini, this is where Gautama Buddha's mother - Maya Devi - used to bathe. In fact, Lord Buddha also once immersed himself in the pristine waters of the pond after his birth. A grand temple is now situated at the location where Lord Buddha was born and the Maya Devi pond is located right in front of the shrine. The temple complex is quite well maintained and provides a tranquil ambiance for the visitors. These ruins are believed to be the remains of ancient temples and stupors protected with brick pavilions. Another monument that will grab one's attention here is the Ashok Pillar, which was built by Emperor Ashoka in homage to Gautama Buddha's journey towards enlightenment and his teachings. 
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The impressive gleaming-white World Peace Pagoda, one of the world's greatest stupas, was constructed by Japanese Buddhists at a cost of US$1 million. The shining golden statue depicts the Buddha in the posture he assumed when he was born. Near the base of the stupa is the grave of a Japanese monk murdered by anti-Buddhist extremists during the construction of the monument.
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The monastery complex of Lumbini is beautiful. There are so many temples from different countries like Cambodia, Thai, Japan, Korea, Myanmar and other countries monastery. If you don't have time to stay few days so don't try to see as many temples as you can, visit few of them and enjoy. There are so many sometimes people take rickshaw and try to see all. Don't do that, instead of that walk around and visit few temples and enjoy. Start your visit with Buddha’s birthplace and if you like meditating there always will be a group of people chanting under the tree, join them and feel the energy. Take a photo of the map as many temples are close to each other but the entrance is far. 
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