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Nepal Travel Guide

Nepal Travel Guide

Soaring ice-topped mountains shimmer with rainbows of prayer flags, while the intense streets of Kathmandu are a ceaseless frenzy of honking mopeds, chattering vendors and garish signs: Nepal is a thoroughly colourful slice of Asia.

The most popular times to visit are during the fall and spring when the weather is favorable for touring and trekking. Winter is the least popular time for tourism. Although the summer is the rainy season, it still sees a good amount of visitor raffic from tourists on vacation, particularly from nearby India. This magical country holds sway over the imagination of every individual who once have been here or the one who wants to be here once in their life time., and some of the best hiking trails on earth. It's a small country, but it is rich in scenic splendor and cultural treasures. The country has long exerted a pull on the Western imagination. Nepal is one of the most gorgeous countries in the world, which have highly diverse and rich geography, culture, and religions. The mountainous north contains eight of the world's ten highest mountains, including the highest, Mount Everest. The fertile and humid south is heavily urbanized.

The Top Ten Mountains of Nepal

With her snow clad magnificent himalayas, Nepal has in store a captivating, challengeing and adventurous treasure awaiting you. Get to know the top ten majestic peaks of Nepal; each one with its own characteristic feature.


Mainly from Pokkara, including the serious stuff out to Fishtail and Annapurna base camp. From a few hours to a few weeks Nepal supplies the routes, the vast scenery, the little colourful villages en route and the porters or guides, all at knock-down prices. Classic routes are sometimes known as teahouse-treks and supply all the necessities at the right times.Trekking permits are no longer required, though some areas are still out of bounds, Mustang for example. See Maoists, right.

Mountain Biking:

This is a terrific country for biking, with clear air, little traffic and amazing views, though it can get hilly! range on earth, thick tropical jungles teeming with a wealth of wildlife, thundering rivers, forested hills and frozen valleys.Within this spectacular geography is also one of the richest cultural landscapes anywhere.

The hills are alive – Bathe the elephants in Royal Chitwan, spot tigersand rhinos in Royal Bardia or dodge the yeti in Sagarmatha.


It is an absolute pleasure to shop in Nepal. Starting with local handicrafts, Kashmiri shawls, and Tibetan art items and Chinese goods, a typical market in Nepal is a sheer delight to experience. The food varies from region to region depending on the climate, religion and culture of each area. There is, however, a national dish: dal bhat. This simple concoction of lentils and rice has a stew-like consistency and often includes potatoes. Every visitor to Nepal will get plenty of chances to feast on this carbohydrate-loaded staple.

Hand-made clothing

The markets in Nepal are full of hand-made garments that include jackets, trousers, caps and much more. Beautiful, hand-crafted embroidery is often incorporated into these hand-made garments.

Peak Climbing

These are the peaks of between 5500 and 6500 meters, that normally involve ascent over snow and ice terrain. Most climbs are not particularly technical and can be managed by any reasonably fit person, and the feeling of standing on top of your own Himalayan peak is second to none.

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