Wondering about the best tour places in Nepal? Well, one of the most alluring and apex destinations in the world, Nepal has a fine list of activities for its visitors. Situated between the two Asian giants viz. China and India, the country bears a number of diverse landscapes on the planet. Snow-capped mountains, subtropical forests are to name some. Nepal’s culture is just as diverse too. Visitors visit Nepal for variety of reasons. Some are enticed by the name of the mountains and look forward to climb or trek in the Himalayas, others are attracted by the culture and the famous city of Kathmandu, and yet others come hoping to find some sort of holy awakening. There are suitable destinations in like Mt. Everest, Lumbini, Pokhara, Kathmandu Valley and many more.
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A short synopsis of the best tour places to visit in Nepal:
Kathmandu is the capital and major city in Nepal. For several decades, Kathmandu was one of three rival regal cities with Bhaktapur and Patan. These are situated in close proximity to each other and almost run together. The best part of Kathmandu has been Durbar Square, the largest of the palace squares in the three royal cities. It is also enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site. Temples and monuments of varying shapes, sizes, styles, and faiths can be found here.
Patan is positioned across the Bagmati River from Kathmandu, It is well known for its stunning display of Newari structural design. The palaces, courtyards and temples of the Patan Durbar Built in the 17th century, are the city’s luminary attractions. Patan is one of the best places in Nepal to buy the elegant handmade silk saris that once were the garment of choice for the country’s crowned heads and aristocracy.
Bhaktapur is one of the three cities in the Kathmandu Valley that lies on the old business route to Tibet, just outside of Kathmandu. Its comparative inaccessibility at the time allowed the city to develop independently and in ways which differentiate it from the other two cities. In distinction to Patan and Kathmandu, the population of Bhaktapur is principally Hindu. The finest place to begin a tour of the city is Durbar Square continuing to the royal palace and several temples. The entire area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lumbini is a famous destination and is the birth place of Lord Gautam Buddha. It is situated in the foothills of Himalayas at about 230 kilometers away from Kathmandu. Maya Devi Temple, the great pillar built by King Ashoka and the stupas are the places in Lumbini that are worth visiting. Beautiful shrines have been recently constructed by worshippers recently from all over the world. Lumbini visit with family is a saintly enlightenment.
Janakpur is one of the historical and religious cities of Nepal. The city named after wise king Janak has developed as a vital destination for religious tourist. It is the birthplace of Lord Sita. The historical city covers ancient temples, monasteries, arts and craft of many deities. The huge Janaki temple decorated with beautiful artistry never fails to amaze the visitors. The Ram Mandir, Lazmantemple, Vivaha Mandap, Janak Mandir and the sacred ponds are the other important holy sites. Hundreds of thousands of pilgrimage from around Nepal and India visit Janakpur to take part in festivals such as Ram Nawami, Chaath and Vivaha Panchami every year. The devotedly significant ancient city has helped in spreading Nepal’s identity all around the world and the place is a must visit with family.
Nagarkot is a scenic hilltop which is about 32 km east of Kathmandu and is at an altitude of a whooping 2100m. The hilltop has plenty to offer to the visitors. Renowned as a famous destination for viewing the Sunrise and Sunset, it is a recommended gateway for nature lovers. This place is also very famous for viewing mountains. Panoramic sighting of Himalayas ranging from Dhaulagiri in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east including Mt Everest can be seen. The view of Kathmandu valley seen from Nagarkot is also splendid. Apart from viewing the beautiful sceneries activities such as short hiking, nature trails and mountain biking can also be done.
Pokhara is a charming city with beautiful natural setting and is located at a peaceful valley. It is often termed as paradise on earth and is famous for the mesmerizing view of sunrise and sunset in Sarangkot. Pokhara lies 200 km west of Kathmandu and it takes 6 hours to get to Pokhara via luxury bus and 25 minutes to get to Pokhara via an aero plane flight. The adventurous activity such as Paragliding, Boating, and Zip Flyer attract thousands of tourists and therefore has become a famous tourist spot. It is also the starting point for the most popular trekking and rafting destinations in Nepal. So, if you are on a mood for a long trip then don’t miss out on Pokhara!!
Bardia National Park is the ideal place if you want to have a first class wildlife and touring experience. It is the largest national park in Nepal. Bardia is a less explored park which provides views of wildlife. It offers activities like bird watching, rafting and Jungle Safari. Tour guides are available to inform about the park’s diversity and Tharu culture. You will get the undivided and personal attention of the tour guide as it is far from Kathmandu and is a secluded place but it leaves more for exploration. There is a huge variety and diversity of life inside the park. If you are a bird watcher and love to hear their soothing chirpings then Bardia can be a great destination for you as it consists of 407 bird species.
Chitwan is a destination enlisted in the world heritage site. Elephant safari, Jeep safari, canoeing etc. are the interesting activities to be done here in Chitwan. Away from city area it is a different destination that will have your close up with nature. You also get many trekking options here and an opportunity to know about Tharu culture. The park hosts endangered species like Royal Bengal tiger and single-horned rhinoceros. The clear sighting of single-horned rhinoceros and Royal Bengal Tiger can be done via Elephant Safari. A breathtaking Jeep Safari will take you into the heart of the park. It is a very pleasant place to chill and watch the occasional animal. Don’t miss out!!!
Mt. Everest is the highest peak in the planet Earth measured above the sea level. Mt. Everest arises on the border line of Nepal and Tibet. Mahalangur range of the Himalayas is the home location of the Everest. The magnificent Everest has caught the fantasies of trekker from all over the world and is a perfect touring destination. The Nepali name of the Mount Everest is ‘Sagarmatha”.
The Annapurna Region is one of the trendiest trekking regions in Nepal, offering trekking options of a few days to a few weeks. The Annapurna Circuit around Annapurna Mountain takes about 3 weeks to complete and is amazingly popular with people who have enough time. This route is at times called the “Apple Pie Circuit”. The Annapurna Sanctuary lies between the peaks of Annapurna and takes around a week to reach. In many regards, the Annapurna Region is an idyllic walking area. The Annapurna region was acknowledged as a protected area in 1986. The region has a good infrastructure to support the many trekkers that come through this area. The trails are well sustained, and food and lodging are assured. It is one of the finest Nepal Tour places for Nepal Tour Packages.
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