Why Nepal should be your next holiday destination?
Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country with diverse geography, rich in culture, heritage,
blessed with amazing scenery and biodiversity. With a serene environment, and countless
adventures you can embark on. Nepal is a country that has something for everyone.
For the trekkers and adventurers
Nepal has eight of the highest peaks in the world. Home to Mount Everest, the highest peak
in the world and other high peaks such as Annapurna, Lhotse, Makalu to name a few. From
conquering the peaks to mountain biking. Even inexperienced climbers can embark on
the adventure on the hilly terrain or attempt trekking to the base camps or just take a mountain
flight. Nepal is undoubtedly a paradise for trekkers and adventurers and mountaineering
enthusiasts. If you're trek lover, you should definitely check out some amazing trekking packages provided by Discovery World Trekking, One of the best Trekking Agency of the World Holding
Certificate of Excellence awarded by TripAdvisor.
RIVER RAFTING IN NEPAL PACKAGES
- Bhote Koshi River Rafting
- Kali Gandaki River Rafting
- Seti River Rafting
- SunKoshi River Rafting
- Trisuli River Rafting
For the religious and spiritual getaway
People from all over the world visit Nepal for pilgrimage. A secular state Nepal has many holy sites including Swayambhunath, Boudhanath (the heart of Tibetan Buddhism), Janaki temple in Janakpur, countless Hindu temples like the Pashupatinath temple which is one of the oldest and most famous Shiva temples. Buddhist pilgrims can visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Nepal has a serene atmosphere of those trying to escape the clutches of capitalism and those seeking inner peace can find it in Nepal.
For the architectural and art lovers
The three Durbar squares; Patan, Basantapur and Bhaktapur all fall under UNESCO world heritage site. It’s a term used to describe the areas around the old royal palaces which are the most prominent remains of the Malla period which includes temples, open courts, statues and more boasts impressive architecture with intricate wood carving and metal works rarely found anywhere else in the world.
For those in love with nature
It's almost given that if you love nature you love Nepal. For a small country, Nepal has a diverse topography each boasting a different kind of flora and fauna preserved by national parks and wildlife reserves in Bardia to Koshi Tappu. You can ride elephants in jungle safari in Chitwan where you will spot all different kinds of mammals, birds and reptiles maybe even the rare royal Bengal tiger.
For students and Backpackers
Nepal is one of the cheapest and also the safest destinations in Southeast Asia for those who want to spend less while experiencing the best. International students can visit Nepal for volunteer abroad programs and heritage studies or simply because it’s under budget.
For those seeking to learn a new culture
With over 100 different ethnic groups each with their own language and culture, tourist will be able to learn about the people and are welcome to join in on one of the many festivals that take place in Nepal and experience the famous Nepalese hospitality in homestays with locals.