Tour in Nepal

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  1. trekkinguide

    trekkinguide New Member

    Tour In Nepal

    Nepal is a tiny Himalayan country located between India and China, which is geographically, religiously, culturally, ethically and linguistically diverse. Among many things, Touring in Nepal has become best choices of people because of its natural beauty, and people's tradition and culture are widely noted by Hundreds of Thousands of travelers who visit this land every year. Nepal is the perfect destination for Touring and adventure. They have mountaineering, trekking, rafting, wildlife safaris, hot air balloons, paragliding, bungee jumping, day tour around the World Heritage Sites, and more.
    Nepal tours provide you Seven of the world’s highest peaks, various lakes more than 200, which are known not only for their outstanding beauty but also for their spiritual importance. The capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu Valley is located in the foothills of the Himalayas and is composed of seven different “Monument Zones.†These zones include urban centers with palaces, temples, and the oldest known Buddhist monument. There are multiple religions, languages, musical influence, and foods. Nepal is a wonderful place to immerse yourself into different cultures and only place in the world where people worship the living goddess, Kumari

    Nepal has been regarded as a sacred place for hundreds of years. The tranquility of the area will have a positive effect on anyone that is able to experience it. The people, the buildings, and the land are all symbols of serenity. In Nepal, you can truly escape. Touring in Nepal will be your best Decision and you will always leave this beautiful country saying "I will be back for more" - visiting Nepal once is never enough!
     
  2. Angelas

    Angelas New Member

    Looks like Nepal may lose out on tourism if they make mandatory for tourists to hire a guide when going out up into the mountains. I read on another forum that the Nepal government is planning to implement this, which is not a good move as most tourists who travel to Nepal want to explore at their own leisure
     

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