Why Travel In Nepal



Nepal is a landlocked country in Southern Asia,Between the Tibet autonomous region of China and India.  known for its diverse geography, including the Himalayas. Kathmandu is the capital and largest city. The country is rich in cultural heritage, with a blend of Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It contains 8 of the world’s 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest – the world’s tallest – on the border with Tibet, and Lumbini, the birth place of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism.


Nepal’s economy is largely agrarian, with agriculture employing a significant portion of the population. Tourism is a crucial sector, attracting visitors for trekking, mountaineering, and cultural experiences. Languages: Nepali is the official language and is spoken by the majority. There are also numerous regional languages and dialects.


Visitors to Nepal generally associate the nation with snow-capped mountain peaks. Whilst there are over 90 peaks which lie above 7000m (22,966 ft), approximately one-third of the country is low-lying and subtropical. The nation’s altitude rises from less than 100 metres (328 ft) elevation in the tropical Terai (the Nortern rim of the Gangetic Plain) to Sagarmatha (Mount-Everest) – the world’s highest mountain at 8,848m (29,029 ft).