‘Trek’ to Nepal

‘Trek’ to Nepal

‘Trek’ to Nepal

Whether it’s scaling the slopes of Mt. Everest or paying homage at the birthplace of the Buddha, a trip to Nepal is a top destination for many travelers. Situated along the Himalayan mountain range between China and India in South Asia, the country boasts some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet, from snow-capped mountains to subtropical forests.
Trekking at Annapurna:
It is not for nothing, Nepal is called the trekkers’ paradise. One of the most popular trekking region in Nepal, Annapurna take trekkers through valleys, dense forests and semi-frozen waterfalls. One can expect to be mesmerized by the spectacular views of the lofty mountains and wide vistas. During the Annapurna Circuit, the Ghorepani Poon Hill Panorama trek is a must attempt as this particular trail the most colourful part in the region and offers the best of trekking in Nepal.
Flight over the Everest:
Now this is one is an experience of its kind. Even if you are capable of trekking and have dreams to make to the Advance Base Camps of Everest, a flight tour is still an experience to get. Mountain flights offer eye level view of the mountains by flying at an average height of 7000 m, and this makes it quite a thing to try.
Boudhanath Stupa:
Located just outside the big city of Kathmandu is Boudhanath Stupa. The stupa provides stunning views of Kathmandu and the valley surrounding it. One of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world, it was probably created in the 14th century after the Mughal invasions. Hundreds of colorful prayer flags flutter in the wind around the stark white and gold monument. At the base of the Stupa are four pairs of eyes, which represent Buddha’s all-seeing, all-knowing nature.
Nagarkot:
Located close to the Kathmandu Valley, Nagarkot is among the popular Nepal tourist places known for offering mesmerizing Himalayan views including the Mount Everest on the North Eastern side. Visiting this place to enjoy the magnificent views of the sunrise is loved by tourists. This is just 4 hours drive from Kathmandu city and is a perfect place to visit when visiting Nepal.
Fishing at Lake Phewa:
Nepal can easily be designated as the paradise for fishing and angling lovers. The country is home to a large number of rivers and lakes that are replete with population of fishes. For one of the best fishing experiences in Nepal, Phewa Lake in Pokhara valley is ideal. Covering an area of 4.4 sq.km, the lake houses around 22 native species of fish, thus making it quite the right place for quenching the thirst of fishing experience in Nepal.

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