A bustling tourist destination with endless opportunities, Nepal is ideal for tourists in every aspect. From thrilling adventure activities to historic pilgrimages, this place gets the best out of you. One thing that Nepal is most renowned for, as we all know, is the mighty Mount Everest (world’s highest mountain peak). Every year, a huge number of tourists visit Nepal for this major attraction. A country as small as Nepal in terms of the area covered, has a lot more to offer. For the best travel experience, take out time for at least 2-3 weeks. If you are short on your travel days, contact our travel experts for the best time constraint packages.
Must visit places in Nepal
An adventure hub that sits beside the scenic Lake Phewa, Pokhara is a must visit tourist destination in Nepal. It’s a “Gateway to the Annapurna Circuit”, which is base to the 18 days Nepalese trek. If you are an adventure enthusiast and fancy a challenge, you can finish the trek in just 10-12 days. Besides trekking, there are lot of other activities that the place has to offer. For instance, paragliding, white river rafting in Seti and sightseeing in Lake Phewa. A trip to this place can never be forgotten.
The main city and also the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is considered as the base to enjoy the view of the Mount Everest. It is from here that the thrilling tour to Mount Everest are conducted. Kathmandu is bustling with various activities that surely engage the visitors. For instance, Shopping climbing gears, revered Hindu temples, and other pilgrimage tours. Like every other capital city in the world, Kathmandu is the major attraction of Nepal that offers the best Nepali cuisine.
It is the best place to enjoy the most scintillating views of the Himalayan range. This beautiful hill station is calm, surreal and offers majestic view of the Himalayas. Not only from the specified viewpoints but also from the window or the balcony of your hotel room. One of the best places to visit with your friends or spouse.
Sagarmatha National Park
This is where you get as close as you can to Mount Everest if not opting to climb. One of the main tourist hubs of Nepal, Sagarmatha offers a closer look of the highest mountain peaks to the non-climbers. It also provides the best trekking experience with enthralling views. Probably the best place to trek in Nepal, Sagarmatha National Park is home to the rare snow leopard.
A place that touches your soul in a unique way, whether you are an atheist or not. Lumbini is a sacred place that is renowned for its monasteries and peaceful environment. Pilgrimage destination of Nepal, it is also believed to be the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Lumbini can be covered in one day, but those seeking solace and peace can spend more than a day exploring its beauty. The major attraction of Lumbini is the Maya Devi temple, which is situated in the middle of a huge park that houses lakes and monasteries.
Loaded with historic edifices and rich architecture, Bhaktapur is the best place to enjoy the amazing architecture. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is one of the best places to see the finest architectural work, carvings on temples, and shopping experience. The streets of Bhaktapur are bustling with local handicrafts, souvenirs, puppets, pottery, and many more tempting items.
Everest Base Camp
Not unknown to anyone, the highest mountain in the world lies in Nepal. Summiting the peak of this mighty mountain is not possible for everyone, a lot of people still trek to the Everest Base Camp that lies in the Khumbu region of Nepal. The base camp is located at an altitude of 5500 metres, upon reaching, it offers astounding views of the enthralling Mount Everest and all the other adjoining mountains. Kala Patthar, close to the base, is a famous viewpoint that offers astounding views.
Situated in the midst of the Langtang National Park, the lake holds extreme religious significance to the Hindus. As per the legends, the lake was formed when Lord Shiva hit the mountain with his Trishul to drink water after he had swallowed the poison. The lake remains frozen for the most part of the year but the moment it unfreezes, pilgrims do not deter from taking a dip.
Annapurna Base Camp
The Annapurna Base camp, lies at an altitude of 4200 metres and offers closer view of many mountain peaks like Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna Massif and many other. The trek to the Annapurna base camp is thrilling and not easy. On your way to the camp, you will sight many astounding views of the mother nature which includes paddy fields, rhododendron trees, alpine forests and waterfalls, etc. A trek to the Annapurna base camp is an experience at a totally different level.