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Flanked by the towering Himalayas to the north and parts of Indo-Gangetic plains towards the south, Nepal is a landlocked country that boasts of housing eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world. Nepal is a landlocked country, which shares borders with Tibet and India. The predominantly Hindu nation, Nepal has a diverse and rich culture, which dates back to the Vedic ages. Lumbini, a town in Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and Janakpur is the birthplace of Hindu Goddess Sita, making Nepal the perfect place for adventurers, religious travelers, and peace seekers alike. Nepal is home to the Gurkhas, a community that has earned the reputation of fierce and ruthless warriors. Places to see in Nepal Given its splendid geography and rich history, there is no dearth of extravagant places to visit. If you plan a trip to Nepal, there are various Nepal tour packages combining different tourist places in the country. Key Nepal tourist places which are a must visit for any traveller include the following ●Pashupati Nath Temple: Situated on the banks of river Bagmati in the capital city of Kathmandu, the temple is the seat of Nepal’s national deity, Lord Pashupatinath and is visited by devotees of Lord Shiva from across the globe. ●The Annapurna Massif: A 55 KM long massif flanked by close to 30 peaks over 6,000 meters in height, the Annapurna sanctuary is home to some of the best trek circuits in the world. ●Mt. Everest base camp: While summiting the tallest mountain is no joke, tourists can make a trek to the Mt. Everest base camp with the help of a little preparation and spend some memorable time at the foot of the mountain. There are many guided tours that will help you reach the camp. ●Pokhara: Gateway to the Annapurna circuit, Pokhara is situated on Lake Phewa. Surrounded by mountains, Pokhara has some beautiful natural wonders like the Davis falls, Begnas Lake, and Mahendra caves which are tourist magnets. ●Lumbini: Being the birthplace of Lord Buddha makes it a reason enough to visit this place. With historical temples and tranquillity in the air, Lumbini is the destination for those who seek inner peace. You can get customised Nepal tour packages to suit the agenda of your visit to the country. Best time to visit This can be a tricky question as it largely depends on what you want to do in the country. A Nepal trip is most fruitful during the summers if you want to visit the Himalayan region, trek up to the Mt. Everest base camp or trek to the Annapurna Massif. The usual mountain trekking season, including the Everest, climbs take place in the months of April and May. However, if you are visiting the plains, then summer is not an ideal time as the thermometers can shoot up to 40 degrees or more in some places. October and November are the best months to visit the country, otherwise. Things to do in Nepal You mean other than gazing at the towering snowcapped Himalayan peaks and wandering off into the unexplored wilderness at the foothills of the Himalayas? Well, Nepal is much more than just the mountains. The country offers a host of adventure activities like trekking, biking and rafting, has a highly frequented religious pilgrimage circuit for Hindu’s and Buddhists and a vast expanse of natural wonders. Various Nepal tour packages available will let you explore different facets of the country. You can sign up for half and one day tours like food tour, wood carving tours, heritage tours, shopping tours, Khukuri making workshops and others, predominantly in Kathmandu. And you can book all of these Nepal tour packages online, at your convenience. Activities in Nepal While there are Nepal tour packages dedicated to exploring the mountains, trekking or climbing, other activities that Nepal is popular for include ●Visiting Pashupathi Nath temple on the banks of River Bagmati ●Taking a flight tour around the Himalayas ●Camping in Chitwan National Park ●Paragliding or mountain biking in Pokhara ●River rafting in the Bhote Koshi River ●Fly into one of the shortest runways in the World at Lukla What to Eat in Nepal The entire Indian sub-continent is famous for its lip-smacking delicacies and Nepal is no exception. Here are some dishes that are a must-have while you are touring Nepal. ●Dal Bhat: Rice and lentil soup served with curry is the most popular food item in the whole of Nepal. ●Momo’s: A close cousin of dumplings, Momo is a Tibetan delicacy that can be found in every restaurant and street food stall in the country. ●Newari Cuisine: Food of the indigenous group of people called Newars is a popular food offering in the country. ●Sel roti: A deep fried puffy, crispy doughnut-shaped food item, especially popular during various Hindu festivals. Various Nepal tour packages focus on trying out the offerings from the local cuisine and street food to ensure that they can satiate the foodie in you. How to reach Nepal Being a popular tourist destination, reaching Nepal is no challenge. Here is how you can reach the country via different transport modes: ●Bus: There are several border posts like Gorakhpur in UP, Raxaul in Bihar, Panitanki in West Bengal and Banbasa in Uttarakhand where you can reach in a bus from any major city in the area. On the other side of the border, you will find Nepal bus services that can take you to your final destination in the country. ●Road: Just like buses, you can go up to the border in a taxi or your own car, cross the border after completing immigration formalities and then hire a taxi or a shared jeep to go further into the country. Taking an Indian car to Nepal is not a very convenient process and allowed only for a limited period of time. ●Air: Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal. It has good connectivity from almost all major cities of the world. Delhi in India is one of the major airports connecting to Kathmandu. You can also take a plane up to Bagdogra in India and then cross the border by road. Of all the modes of transport, air is the most convenient one to reach Nepal. ●Rail: India and Nepal are working to re-establish a rail link between the two nations from Jayanagar in Bihar to Janakpur in Nepal by converting an existing narrow gauge line into a broad gauge and the rail line is nearing completion. As of now, you can take a train from Delhi to Gorakhpur or Kolkata to Jogbani and then drive towards the Nepal border. With so many things to do, so many places to visit, and so many dishes to try, heading to Nepal for a family trip is probably one of the best ways to have a fun vacation. And with Nepal tour packages, it becomes a lot easier to plan the trip, giving you more time and opportunities to get the best of Nepal.

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