Nepal lies sandwiched between the two domineering land and national powers i.e. India and China, yet it succeeds to retrain a culture that it distinctly holds. The total land covered by Nepal is1, 47,181 square km. When viewing the demographic aspects of Nepal, the current population as per latest census is 266, 20,809 .Among these population Kathmandu, the capital of the country, has the total population about 741000.There are about 93 different language in Nepal, and 48.6% speaks Nepali i.e. main language of Nepal. There are 125 ethnic groups and castes in Nepal. Hinduism is the main religion of the country. Geographically, Nepal is divided into three different regions: Himalayan, Hilly and Terai. The country has 8 climate zones from tropical to perpetual snow. Nepal is nirvana for mountain lovers. The highs of visiting Nepal include the majestic towering peak of Mt. Everest, which finally kisses the sky at 8848m. Despite of the Mt. Everest, it has about 8 highest peak of the world out of 10 found within relatively small area of 143,000km square. There’s a lot more than Mt. Everest and other Himalayas. From endangered animals to sacred cow; mustard oil to Yetis-this landlocked country is full of fascinating facts. Nepal is multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multi-culture country. This country is also known as the second richest country of water resources. Not only this, Nepal has the world’s densest concentration of world heritage sites. Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha, is also located here. So, Nepal is the country gifted with full of natural and cultural beauty. Nepal offers an astonishingly diverse array of attractions and landscapes. For travelers its best to see Nepal as a more gentle pace, admiring the peaks over a gin and tonic from a Himalayan view-point, strolling through the temple lined medieval city squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur and joining Buddhist pilgrims on a spiritual troll around the centuries-old stupas and temples that lie scattered across the Kathmandu valley. Despite of heritages, Nepal has wild and woolly national parks, where nature buffs scan the treetops for exotic bird species and comb the jungles for rhinos and tigers from the backs of lumbering Indian elephants. Thus, the country does not only attract for trekking but also for bungee jumping, mountain biking, paragliding, safari, rafting and many more.
And if you already know enough about the country and have enlisted it as your destination for your upcoming holiday trip, you can choose from the numerous holiday packages including trekking, hiking, mountaineering, rafting, sightseeing, peak climbing, jungle safari, day trips, etc.Read More