Nepal is the land of Himalayas with world famous trekking trails and thousands of trekkers from around the world every year. A land-locked country bordering with Tibet in the north and India in east, south and west. Since 1970s Nepal has become the ultinate destinations for the adventure seekers and culture/heritage lovers. Nepal is famous as the birth place of Buddha and also the land of Mt Everest.
Nepal is a country of great topographical diversities. The altitude in the country varies from less than 70m above sea level at kechana kalan of Jhapa to the worlds highest point ( Mt.Everest)8 ,848m. Nepal is divided into three different regions as per altitude variations: Mountain, Hill, and Terai. There are three major river systems: Koshi, Gandaki and Karnali which all drain into the Bay of Bengal through the Ganges. Similarly, Nepal is home to little lakes of different sizes at the laps of Himalayas to the lowlands of Terai. Lake Tilicho, the lake in the highest altitude in the world is also in Nepal.
Despite being a small country, Nepal has a great biological diversity. There are different national parks and conservation areas to protect bio- diversity in those areas. Chitwan national park and Bardia national park are the world famous harbers for Royal Bengal Tigers and one horned Rhinos. Likewise, Koshi Tappu Reserve is famous for different birds.
Culture and Tradition
Nepal has over 60 ethnic groups and more than 70 dialects. The communities have their distinct attire, culture, tradition and lifestyle, and festivals. Nepalis are renowned for their bravity as well as hospitality and deep rooted belief in religion, cultures, and traditions.
Language and Religion
Nepali is a national language of Nepal. Nepali language has its origin in Sanskrit and Devnagari script. Most people living in the cities speak both Nepali and English. Similarly, almost nepalis can understand and speak in Hindi. Most people follow Hinduism and Buddhism.
Throughout the year, Nepal has moderate climatic condiion. Nepal has four major seasons, namely 1: Winter (December – February), 2: Spring (March – May), 3: Summer (June – August), and 4: Autumn (September – November). Nepal can be visited all the year round.