Nepal is a spectacular country offering one of the most gorgeous views of soaring Himalayas, beautiful and diverse landscape, historical arts and architectures, picturesque of villages, unique floras and faunas and of course, the friendly Nepalese people. Nepal is a worldwide popular destination for trekking, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, religious tours, cultural tours and of course for photography of the landscapes. So, if you are wondering about where Nepal Travel Destinations to experience all these things then this blog is for you. We have listed our best-selling destinations in order to, give you some ideas about wonderful Nepal.
Everest Base Camp is one of the historical and most selling destinations throughout Nepal. This is the most thrilling, exciting and one of the challenging treks that Nepal offers. Walking through the rugged trail up to the foot of the world’s highest mountain and witnessing the enthralling landscapes, glaciers, villages, verdant forests of rhododendron and pine trees and getting familiar with the welcoming Nepalese on the way is something extraordinary feeling. The glory of Everest cannot be really explained or defined. Standing at the top of the world, this mountain has its own pride and people trekking to see it face to face, always have amazing stories to be told. Also, this trek offers a visit to the ancient monasteries, temples, close view of other Himalayas, beautiful city like NamcheBazzar, the mesmerizing view of Khumbu valley and of course, a chance to observe the lifestyle of world famous climbers: The Sherpas.
Annapurna Base Camp trek is one of the classical and demanding trek in Nepal. The trail passes through lush green forests of rhododendron, bamboo and alpine forests, appealing Gurung and Magar villages and you will also get to explore the diverse and serene landscape of Nepal. Learning the traditional way of life and observing the typical Nepali villages are also one of the best parts of this trek. Finally, the destination: standing at the foot of this enormous mountain at 4130m height is a great feeling indeed.
Also known as the Forbidden Kingdom, Upper Mustang lives a spiritual and a traditional lifestyle. Monasteries that were built centuries ago still stand as the spectacular form of architecture here. Surrounded by absolutely gorgeous hills and mountains having bizarre formations and colors, this area is still not influenced by the modern outer world. It comprises of mostly barren landscapes with arid weather where the villages with their bright colored fields seems like an oasis in the desert. Also considered as the hidden world of Buddhist Kingdom, Upper Mustang lies in the shadow of Mt. Dhaulagiri. Also, the unique culture of people here has been a center of attraction for visitors around the globe.
Rara is the largest lake of Nepal. Situated at an elevation of 2990m above sea level, this beautiful piece of art by nature is a treat to watch. Walking through the lush green forests and ascending to reach the top of valley through pasture lands and charming villages is another highlight of this trek. The culturally rich villages and authentic lifestyle of local inhabitants living with highest dignity and simplicity teaches us how to live. The 10.8 square kilometers lake is surrounded by Rara National Park which consists of rare and vulnerable species of floras and faunas.
Situated at an altitude of 4919m in Manang district, this lake is like cherry on the cake for Annapurna Circuit Travellers. Tilicho Lake is world’s highest lake located in the Trans Himalayan zone.The turquoise colored water in the midst of magnificent Himalayas and beautiful prayer flags is a memory that stays on our mind. Anyone following the route of Annapurna Circuit,comes across these watersheds between Manang and Kali Gandaki valleys. But, Tilicho Lake trekking is also possible in which you’ll walk off the beaten routes in Nepal. Also, the day of hiking in Manang village is another exciting day as you can see the spectacular view of Mt, Gangapurna and Gangapurnaglacier lake.
It is believed that this park was established in 1984 as advised by the regions holy man Kahptad Baba.This is a protected area in the Far-Western region of Nepal and its landscape consists of steep slopes, streams and moorland. It is one of the best landscape scenery Nepal has to offer. Stretching over four districts of Bajhang, Bajura, Accham and Doti, Khaptad National Park has an area of 225 sq. Km and is a home to various species of birds, animals and vegetation. Hence, this is one of such places in Nepal where no artificial beauty has been added to its Natural beauty.
The first established National Park in Nepal in 1973 is now one of the UNESCO world heritage sites. Situated in terai region of Nepal, this park is a home to many endangered species in world. Approximately, 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in this area. In a major basis, this is a protected area for One Horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tigers and Gharial Crocodiles. You can do a lot of things in this subtropical southern part of Nepal. You can study the various floras and faunas, walk into the jungle, get an elephant safari, get a jeep safari, visit the elephant bathing farm and bath with the elephants or even go boating. Chitwan National Park is a center of attraction for many tourists as it offers versatile activities for its visitors.
Ghorepani Poon Hill is the best viewpoint in Nepal after Kalapattar. Located in the south-west region of Annapurna massif and across a river valley, Ghorepani is famous for the sunrise and Himalaya views. This world known trek is suitable for people in all ages as it is a moderate trek and doesn’t require tough physical strength. This trek comprises of the best sightseeing of all four ranges of Annapurnas, Macchapuchre, Nilgri South and Dhaulagiri. There lodges all along the route. So, you won’t have to carry huge bags or luggage.
The birthplace of Lord Buddha who originated Buddhism in this world and is well known as the Light of Asia is one of the most sacred places in Nepal. This pilgrimage site is not only visited by Buddhists but is equally given a great importance by Hindu and other religion people. There is a lot to see and visit. The beautiful monasteries built by different countries, the Ashoka Pillar, the famous gardens of Lumbini and of course, the birthplace of Lord Buddha: Kapilvastu. If you are looking for travelling a spiritual places and find inner peace, this place might guide you to the right path.
Seven of the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Nepal lie in this valley. Made up of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur, this valley is the major place explore. Lots of tourist spots are located here. The major tourist spot is the Thamelstreet which welcomes thousands of tourists and provides lots of activities. The famous temples, monasteries, streets, shopping spots and even the only International Airport of Nepal lie here.The Swayambhunath Temple, Bouddhanath Temple, Pashupatinath Temple, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square andChangunarayan Temple. Enhanced with historical arts, architectures, religious places, variety of cultures, traditions and friendly people, Kathmandu valley is a not to miss place when in Nepal.