There comes a time in your life when you just get an inner feeling to go on an adventure. And that feeling can lead you to some very extraordinary places like Nepal. Ah yes, Nepal is truly something that you don’t want to miss out on if you ever get those kinds of rushing feeling. Nepal has always allured and fascinated travelers from all age groups from different countries in the world. You will never find such a grand place to where traveling can become a life changing experience for you.
Since the late 1950’s, tourists have never stopped visiting Nepal. No matter where you have previously traveled, Nepal will seemingly stand out nevertheless. With its stunning landscapes and rich cultural presence, travelers will always discover some eye-catching events going around in Nepal. You can head off to the glorious base camp of Mount Everest and find the ever-growing excitement of seeing the world’s highest mountain with your very own eyes. Or, you can head down south to explore the last remaining bits of the birth place of Lord Buddha who is widely known as the ‘Light of Asia’ as he was one who founded Buddhism – the second largest religion in the world.
And if you ask me what’s more there is left to explore in Nepal, then you simply visit some of the historical and religious cultural sites of Kathmandu valley which have even been listed as ‘UNESCO World Heritage Site’. You can fly into Kathmandu and visit Swayambhunath stupa – one of the ancient shrines of Nepal, Boudhanath Stupa – one of the largest Buddhist stupa in the world and Pashupatinath Temple – one of the most sacred Hindu temple. Each of these places are unique and charming in their own way. You will find heartwarming Nepalese people ready to offer you some insights into their lifestyles, culture, norms and ancestry. You will learn so many things, there’s no limit to what you can learn while traveling in Nepal.
As you can see, there everything for travel enthusiasts. But besides these things, you also can’t forget about the festivity and celebration of Nepal. With Dashain and Tihar being the biggest festivals, travelers can spend their time by celebrating these festivals. It’s simple, you just need to plan your trip in Nepal in such a way that your arrival matches up with the dates of these festivals. In addition to all of that, Spring and Autumn seasons are considered as the best seasons to visit and travel in Nepal. So, prepare and plan your holidays in Nepal for 2018 so that you can experience a trip of your lifetime.