Nepal is a beautiful and diverse country that draws in guests for some reasons. Some are tricked by the call of the mountains and trying to ascend or travel in the Himalayas, others are captivated by the way of life and the well known city of Kathmandu, but others come wanting to discover an otherworldly arousing of some kind. Nepal can be an adrenaline experience, a social shocker, an extraordinary encounter, or the all of the things mentioned above.
If you want to explore an old world culture, then Kathmandu is your destination for sure. The old buildings, the smell of incense sticks and the general air spirituality makes the total feel of Kathmandu. You can come across historic monuments, magnificent statues and hospitable people that will surely make your holiday a memorable holiday. You should definitely visit Darbar Square, the heart of Kathmandu and the origin of all that’s characteristic to Nepal.
The Tourist capital of Nepal, Pokhara is one of the most popular destinations in Nepal. Perched at a height of 900m, it is one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in Nepal. You can enjoy some of the best treks here and you can also enjoy wonderful boat rides in its Lakeside. Apart from these, you can also delve into the modernity’s of Pokhra, like cafes, bistros, pubs which makes it a town right out of a postcard.
If you want to enjoy peace and tranquil, you will need to visit this place. Lumbini is one of the most historically and culturally vibrant places in the country and is the birth place of Buddha and the impetus of the peaceful Buddhism. You can get to see so many beautiful stupas and cultural vibrancy that will enthrall you for sure. Lumbini also means ‘Lovely’ in Sanskrit which will also define your holiday if you decide to see the place.
Roosted at the edge of Kathmandu Valley, Nagarkot gives you one of the amplest displays of the Himalayan reaches - you can detect 8 out of the 13 Himalayan peaks from the solace of your inn. The powerful Annapurna, Manaslu, Langtang, Jugal, Everest, Numbur, Ganesh Himal and the Rolwaling reaches should be visible from Nagarkot on a sunny morning!
Janakpur is a city in Nepal which according to the Hindu lore is the birthplace of Goddess Sita and the spot of her marriage with Lord Ram. Otherwise called the City of Ponds, Janakpur gloats an excess of seventy lakes that spot its verdant scene. Here you can look further into the antiquated and loved Hindu epic, the Ramayana and today importance. Visit the genuine destinations referenced in the extraordinary epic and pay attention to local lore also!
Bhaktapur is one of three medival urban communities in the Kathmandu Valley, the other two being Kathmandu and Patan.This city is situated around 12 kilometers from the capital city of Kathmandu and is separated into three squares, every one of them loaded up with sanctuaries and other religious designs. Plus you need to keep in mind that entry to this place is not free and you may have to pay some money which goes into the maintenance of the temples.
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