Nestled in the cradle of the highest mountain on earth, it is not surprising that NEPAL has come to be known as the country where deities mingle with mortals. In addition, NEPAL is an explorer‘s paradise. Imagine people born deep in the Himalaya, displaying the wisdom and patience of these mountains in every smile. Likewise from tropical jungles and the birthplace of Lord Buddha to the ancient old palaces and the marvelous trekking trails below the world famous Himalayan Mountains: every inch of this country has a miracle to offer and an adventure to propose.
On the other hand, Nepal is famous for the Mount Everest which is the highest peak in the world. It’s height is 8848 meters from the sea level. Nepal has eight highest peaks out of world’s fourteen highest peaks above eight thousand meters. Similarly, there are several mountains and peaks which are jewels of this nation.
WHY TO VISIT NEPAL?
NEPAL is the religious, pilgrimage and the cultural wonderland. Here are Gaur Shankar, home of Shiva and his consort, Parvati; the Gnash Himal, named after the elephant-headed God Ganesh; and Mt. Annapurna, named after the God of food fulfillment. The devotion of ages past remains among NEPAL is today whether Hindu, Buddhist or Animist, the people of NEPAL live close to their gods. NEPAL is a blissful confluence and harmony of both Buddhism and Hinduism combined with a rainbow of ethnic groups and languages.
Truth, no less colorful than fiction, has made NEPAL one of the world’s most incredible countries, a geographical wonder, and an ethnological conundrum. NEPAL is a mosaic of corners, each waiting to give you an unexpected thrill. NEPAL is a handful of secrets, with the palm held open. The wild rivers are waiting to be run, birds and wildlife to be discovered, and mountains to be climbed. There are foods, smells, and sights that are beyond your imagination. Yet, it is a treasure box waiting to be opened by the travelers in leisure.