Nepal is a land of wonders and surprises. Your every step is thrilled with its vibrant culture, unique architecture, timeless wood carving, bronze statues, most hospitable people, famous deep blue lakes, extreme bio-diversity and pristine landscapes with the highest range of Himalaya including Mt Everest (8,848 m).
Nepal, located between India and Tibet (China), offers all types of tour activities to every one of all age groups ranging from high mountain climbing to elephant safari in the jungle for game viewing. Be it an adventure like mountaineering or whitewater rafting or trekking on the high hills; or soft tour activities like wildlife safari or cultural tours, Nepal is a destination for all seasons.
Nepal is probably one of those countries in the world where seven World Heritage Sites are located within a radius of twenty km. Three small Kingdoms (all World Heritage Sites) until 1768 AD - Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur always offer as a ‘Unique Open Air Living Museum’ which depicts a clear picture of our golden era of prosperity in arts, architecture, culture, sculpture, wood carving, painting and so on. A visit to the open museum takes every visitor back in time and leaves in wonder and excitement.
For the nature lovers, Nepal is a paradise. It is richly endowed with natural beauties, high mountains & hills and flora & fauna. Due to its geographic and climatic diversity, Nepal occupying just 0.1% of the world’s total land mass is surprisingly rich in bio-diversity. Nepal has 10,167 plant species and out of them 5,891 flowering ones. The Nepalese flora comprises 2.5% of the total global flora. Nepal is also highly rich in indigenous medicinal plants. Its medicinal and aromatic plants includes 1,624 species of the wild, domesticated, and naturalized plant species. Of these, 1,533 are flowering and 91 are non flowering plants.
Likewise, Nepal’s possession in global fauna is amazing as 635 species (4.2%) of total global butterflies, 185 species (2.2%) of fresh water fishes, 43 species (1.1%) of amphibians, 100 species (1.5%) of reptiles, 860 species (8.5%) of birds, and 181 species (4.2%) of mammals have been recorded in the country.
Nepal boasts of its more than a dozen of National Parks and Conservation Areas scattered all over the country where you can find everything from snow leopard to Great one-horned rhinoceros. Migratory birds are found in abundance in terai. They fly all the way from their Tibetan nestling grounds during the winter to escape extreme cold weather of Tibetan plateau. Some of them fly from as far as Siberia and Mongolia. In fact, Nepal is a paradise for the birds and animals as a result of conservation efforts made by the people and government.
Nepal is a land for all seasons by all reasons. Round the year, exciting adventure activities ranging from mountaineering to trekking, from whitewater rafting to jungle safari, from biking to birding, from rock climbing to paragliding, and so on. Side by side, delightful and colourful festivals never cease to amuse people throughout the year. So, come and discover Nepal with us. You will be fascinated!
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