Visiting this country can feel like a step out of time. The people are among the friendliest in the world, and, despite terrible devastation from earthquakes two years ago they are slowly but surely putting their lives back together again, without losing any of their charm and hospitality.
Serious mountain climbers will want to visit Nepal because of Mount Everest, of course. But aside from Everest, seven of the tallest mountain peaks in the world can be found there. And aside from climbing mountains there’s so much more you can do, such as rafting, riding on a hot air balloon, bungee jumping, paragliding and so much more. There’s also a safari or two that you can visit, if that’s what floats your boat.
Nepal also offers a good break for your soul. You can escape the hustle and bustle of today’s busy life and just breathe. It’s a good place for relaxation, meditation and inner peace. You’ll also appreciate the amazing cultural diversity in Nepal. There are so many ethnic groups and you’d be surprised at the different languages, religions and even types of food served. Nepal even has its own living goddess, named Kumari.
One of the best things about Nepal is that your money can go a long way. Good hotel rooms can be found for less than twenty dollars a night, and all you need for meals is about 10 dollars a day, or even less. Buying souvenirs like handicrafts and artwork for yourself and your loved ones back home can be done at surprisingly reasonable prices.
There are also birds and other wildlife that you’ll enjoy as you visit Nepal’s National Parks. In these places are housed some very exotic animals such as the one-horned rhinoceros, the musk deer, the Royal Bengal Tiger and yes, different types of crocodiles.
Why not visit the birthplace of the Lord Buddha at Lumbini while visiting Nepal? Lumbini, after all, is considered to be the cradle of Buddhism, and is where you’ll experience unparalleled tranquility and contentment.
Discover Nepal…you wont regret it.
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