Nepal is one of the most incredible and fascinating places to visit on earth.
This breathtaking country offers a uniquely diverse landscape with the Himalayan Mountains and hills in the north and flat expansive plains to the south. From deep gorges to towering mountains, vibrant culture and charismatic people, Nepal is the ideal travel destination for adventurers and relaxation-seekers alike. But as with any journey, it‘s important to be prepared before you go.
If this holiday season you are looking for some heart pumping adventure in Nepal, you can be a part of Manslu Trail Race which allows you to race amidst the most beautiful landcapes of Nepal. Nepal has a lot more to offer than just pure trekking expeditions such as Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon is one of the adventurous trail run in the world.
Nepal – and specifically Kathmandu – is renowned as the budget eating capital of Asia. Sadly, its reputation is based not on Nepali but pseudo-Western food: pizza, chips (fries), “sizzling” steaks and apple pie are the staples of tourist restaurants. Outside the popular areas, the chief complaint from travellers is about the lack of variety, though with a little willingness to experiment, a range of dishes can be found.
Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is located mainly in the Himalayas but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. With an estimated population of 26.4 million, it is 48th largest country by population and 93rd largest country by area.
A once in a lifetime experience, a trip to Nepal will surely leave you breathless. The only thing that’s flat about this country is the runway of Kathmandu Airport. Whether you’re approaching from the air or walking down the street, the towering mountains all around seem to vanish into the heavens. The Kathmandu Valley boasts the world’s most dense collection of World Heritage Sites. The medieval Bhaktapur district is the most atmospheric, brimming with magnificent temples, pagodas stupas and shrines.
The most popular form of transport in Nepal, the humble bus ride can quickly turn into a rollercoaster of epic proportions. Take your pick of minibus, local bus, or tourist bus, squeeze into a seat or climb up top and settle in for an often sweaty and uncomfortable but incredibly scenic ride.Share this tour
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