Nepal is a beautiful country and we all know very well that it is bordered by China and India which has many highest mountain ranges of the World. It is one of the historically and culturally rich country and mountain hikers come to this country to feel the adventure of climbing Mount Everest.
Last year Nepal faced a massive jolt because of earthquakes which caused huge damage and spoiled many popular sites but it has quickly retrieved and now opens again for tourism within months.
Here are few suggestions why you should visit this beautiful country
The famous Pasupatinath temple located in Deopatan is dedicated to Lord Shiva on the banks of Bagmati River. Here Lord Shiva is referred as Lord of Animals which attracts thousands of visitors and even our Prime Minister Narendra Modi also visited this Temple.
It is the largest stupa in Nepal which was built in 14th century after Mughal invaded this place and later Chinese invaded this place. Now thousands of Tibetans visit this stupa which has become very popular.
It is one of the busiest and popular trading hub in Nepal an if you got Nepal do not forget to checkout this place which is called Namche as it is positioned on an inclined arch-shaped mountain which gives a awesome view of the Himalayan peaks and valley.
It is also called Janakpur dham and the city of ponds. It has a famous temple which is about 500 years old called Janaki Temple which attracts hundreds of tourists each year.
This is a holy place for Buddhist who considers it very sacred and in other words it is also called the Mecca of every Buddhist because it is the birth place of Gautam Buddha who himself mentioned about this place in many texts.
This region falls between Nepal and China and located towards the North of Annapurna at a height of 4000m. It is considered as a cultural part of Tibetan Plateu.
Chitwan National Park
It is listed amongst World heritage sites and was established in 1973 protects around 932 species of animals.
It is the second largest city of Nepal which is located at a distance of 200 km from Kathmandu and it is also the headquarter of Kaski district.