1. Architecture and sculpture
Nepal is a testament to aesthetics, with an impressive collection of ancient temples and palaces, as well as numerous outstanding works of art and architecture. UNESCO has designated many monuments as world heritage sites, as well as museums showcasing ancient artwork. Intricate woodcarvings and stone sculpture abound in the backstreets of Kathmandu, and medieval architects can be found at any turn of Durbar Squares.
2. A country full of adventure
Why not flee the city’s pleasures and try your hand at exciting adventures? Why not have the wildest adventures in the concrete jungles and climb like a bird over the world’s highest peaks? Bike riding on bumpy, rugged trails and attempting aerial life is a lot of fun. If you enjoy canyoning in magnificent waterfalls and scaling slick rocks while challenging yourself physically and mentally, Nepal is the place for you!
Each society in this multi-ethnic and multi-cultural country has its own distinct food culture. However, a typical Nepalese meal consists of daal, bhat, and tarkari with pickle. Kathmandu is recognized as the world’s food capital because foreign cuisine like that of Kathmandu can’t be found anywhere else. With menus showing the names of both continental and local foods, you can eat like a king. Alternatively, you should sample the local cuisine during homestays and treks.
4. Nation endowed with natural resources
Nature’s immense beauty and development can be witnessed with each step forward. In terms of mountains and hills, Nepal is home to the world’s highest peak, as well as eight other peaks that rank among the world’s top ten highest peaks. When it comes to lakes and rivers, we have Tilocho Lake, which is known for its high altitude, as well as other beautiful lakes, rivers, and rivulets. In addition, there is a stunning view of towering waterfalls.
5. The highest point in the World
Nepal is known as the Himalayan Kingdom because it is home to eight of the fourteen peaks that rise above 8,000 meters. A journey along the great Himalayan Trails will also introduce you to some of the region’s most popular features, such as deep gorges, high mountain passes, towering waterfalls, and sapphire mountain lakes. Either trek to the stunning mountain panoramas or travel over the highest peaks, taking in the breathtaking views of snow and breathtaking scenery.
6. Festivals and culture
Every day is a day of celebration of awesome festivals with varying traditions, thanks to different cultures and religions. Diversity and peace coexist here, however, with each other’s fundamental cultural values valued. Festivals play an important role in Nepalese people’s daily lives.
7. Visas that are hassle-free and cost-effective
Nepal makes every attempt to make things as convenient as possible for travelers. Tourist visas for 15/30/90 days are available in any currency at Tribhuvan International Airport and in USD at other open to foreigners land borders. If you are a South Asian (except Indian) or Chinese national entering the country for the first time in a calendar year, you will be granted a free visa.