Nepal is a popular destination for tourism. First of all it is known as the country of the Himalayas. Secondly, the climatic condition of Nepal is highly favorable for tourism. Thirdly, Nepal is blessed with abundant and diverse natural beauty.
There are innumerous things to do in Nepal. The five most popular and must activities are-
The entire northern region of the country is made of snow-capped mountains making it a perfect spot for trekkers. Thousands of people only visit Nepal to trek to the Himalayas. Nepal allows trekkers to attain a thrilling altitude. It is not just about the walk but also the views-one is rewarded with along their journey.
2. Adventure sports
Nepal’s unique topographical structure serves as a classic foundation to experience some of the deadliest extreme sports. Nepal has the second longest bungee jump in the world and the longest swing in the world. Pokhara, a beautiful city of Nepal, is known as one of the best commercial destination for paragliding.
Nepal also happens to be one of the richest country in fresh water bodies making rafting a must to experience. Nepal is also famous for other extreme sports like rock climbing, sky diving, and mountain biking.
3. Visit Pokhara
Pokhara is one of the most beautiful city of Nepal. It is also known as the city of Lakes. Boating in the peaceful Fewa Lake is a must to experience. Hike to Sarangkot, a hill situated in the outskirts of the city, is another famous activity. The hill is known for the view of sunrise and sunset seen over the entire Annapurna Range.
Pokhara also has several religious sites of the Hindus and the Buddhists. The place is more like a relaxation spa to treat all the stress accumulated by busy lifestyle.
4. Jungle Safari
Nepal is rich in wildlife habitat. It is a home for some of the rarest species in the world. There are 10 national parks, 3 cases Wildlife Reserve, 6 Conservation Area, 1 six victims and 20 protected areas in this country. Not all National parks permit jungle safari.
Jungle Safari can be done in three ways. You can walk around the woods. You can otherwise take a jeep and get deeper into the wood. And the third and the most preferred option is the elephant ride through the jungle.
5. Visit religious and cultural sites
Nepal is a museum of archeological sites and temples that age back to thousands of years back. There are a total of ten sites listed under UNESCO World Heritage Site. The country also attracts thousands of Buddhists and Hindus from all over the world. The Bhuddhist visit places like Lumbini, Swoyumbunath Temple and Boudhanath Temple and the Hindus visit places like Pashupatinatha and Muktinath. You will get to explore a unique culture and lifestyle in this country.
Nepal has more places to be felt than to talked or written about. Because the color of the evening sky, the radiance of the mountains and the history behind the monuments is not something digital cameras and words can capture or describe. You need to experience all of it for yourself.