Here are 20 reasons to visit in Nepal in 2020, they are:
- The People: According to the Census taken by the Central Bureau of Statistics state that there are 61 ethnic groups of people speak different languages. With different languages, they follow a different culture. You’ll enjoy here by watching their dance, culture and tradition.
- The History: As you can see, Nepal is full of historical place wherever you go there’ll be Medieval temple, archaeological sites from the time of Buddha, undated cave etc. It’s difficult to learn about its historical sites but you can visit them whichever you want on your trip.
- The Sunrise and Sunset: Nepal is a wonderful and scenic country all on its own. Sunrise in Nepal is a must-watch affair. When the sun touches it and spreads its ray of light over the snow-capped mountains and paints the sky with reds, yellows, and oranges, the country becomes even more mesmerizing.
- The Adventure spot: Enjoy a different shot of adventure activities which are ever best-known course in the Himalayas. Here, you can do paragliding, zip-lining, white-water rafting, white-water kayaking, canyoning, high ropes courses, trail running, mountain biking, rock climbing, motorbiking, microlite flying. Let’s make sure about your interests and we will be happy to organize any sort of activities in Nepal.
- The Museums: National Museum of Nepal is a popular attraction of the capital city of Kathmandu. One of the most spectacular museums is the Patan Museum which introduces to the culture and architecture of Kathmandu Valley. Other places checking out are the Taragaon Museum at the Hyatt Regency in Boudha and the International Mountain Museum in Pokhara.
- The National Park: A national park is a park in use for conservation purposes. Some are remote and can only be reached by trekking–such as the Sagarmatha National Park–whereas others are very accessible from Kathmandu–such as the Shivapuri-Nagarjung National Park. So, you need permission to visit.
- The Animals: Nepal has a large variety of plants and animals. Wildlife tourism is also a major source of tourism in the country. There are some animal species which are unique to Nepal, such as the spiny babbler. The mountains also have a wonderful array of wildlife: while you probably won’t spot a snow leopard, you may see Nepal’s national bird, the danphe.
- The Shopping: Shopping can be very rewarding and exciting in Kathmandu. There are numerous tourist shops on the main streets and in the hotel arcades brimming with tempting jewellery, statues, and other typical Nepalese handicraft. You can shop handicraft things at Sana Hastakala and Dhukuti which is fair trade shops.
- The Food: There is no better way to understand Nepal and the Nepali people, than through their kitchen. Nepal does not have a distinct cooking style. Authentic Nepali taste is found in Newari and Thakali cuisines. Most Nepalis do not use cutlery but eat with their right hand.
- The Buddhist Culture: According to the 2011 census, the Buddhist population in Nepal is 9% of the country population. Among the Tibeto-Burman-speaking peoples, Tibetan Buddhism is the most widely practised form. Many Buddhist groups are also influenced by Hinduism. High up in the mountains you will encounter Tibetan Buddhism, especially among the Sherpa people and refugees who came directly from Tibet.
- The Hindu Culture: Hinduism is the main largest religion of Nepal. There is 80% of the Nepalese people identified themselves as Hindus. In fact, until it became a republic, Nepal was the only Hindu kingdom in the world. You can see a lot of shrine on the way of Hindus. You’ll have lots of opportunities to learn Hinduism.
- The Jungles: Away from the noise and distractions of city life, there is unbelievable peace in the middle of a jungle listening to bird calls and animal sounds. Surrounded by greenery and filled with natural sounds, the mind relaxes and one finds peace in the wilderness. It’s an experience of a lifetime.
- The Plains (Terai): The Terai is the most productive region in Nepal with the majority of the country’s industries. People living in the hills and Himalayas will feel different when they visit this region. It includes Chitwan and Bardia National Park, Janakpur and Lumbini.
- The Hills: Nepal doesn’t only have high mountain but also hills which can be higher than the mountain of other countries. Before reaching the rocky mountain you’ll see hills which are very green and makes us feel relaxed.
- The Mountain: The highest peaks in the world is Mt.Everest where other most of the highest peaks are also found in Nepal. Because of it, most of the trekkers visit our country. You’ll be amazed to see its beauty.
- The Festival: Every day is a day of celebration for one or the other community. The best part of all is one’s pride in one’s own culture and respect for the others’. This is why these numerous cultures and festivals are harmoniously coexisting in Nepal. It is impossible to mention all the festivals celebrated in Nepal.
- The Homestay: Nepal homestays are based mostly in small villages where life is simple and straightforward—a rejuvenating change from the everyday hassle of urban life. To engage with local people and delve into the heart of a country’s culture, staying at a family homestay is the way to go.
- Sites on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List: There are 15 sites in Nepal that are not listed in UNESCO world heritage of the site. These are must-visit attractions that shouldn’t be missed, but they’re not the only worthwhile heritage sites in the country. Once it is included, there’ll be lots of visitors to visit it.
- The Luxurious Hotels: While Nepal is known as a budget backpacker destination, there are many gorgeous hotels that cater to the ‘luxury’ end of the market. Plus, many of them have the added benefit of being more affordable than luxury hotels elsewhere in the world.
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