An Eye of Nepal
Every year more than thousands of tourists come to Nepal for trekking, sightseeing, hiking, climbing, and rafting. It is also the cheapest and the safest destination in the world. All these make Nepal the perfect destination in South Asia for traveling. Kathmandu, its capital, is a historical city and has well-preserved temples, palaces, stupas, and monasteries. Many of these temples, palaces, stupas, and monasteries are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Nepal is also home to more than 400 species of birds; it is also home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, the Gangetic Dolphins, and one-horned rhinoceros that could be found only in handful places in the world. Be near to these animals in Chitwan National Park or Bardia National Park.
Also, Nepal is rich in water resources, a life-giving and offers you the options of rafting in many of its rivers. But what matters most is the season for rafting, the volume of water in the river must be high to enjoy its current and rapids.
The beauty of Nepal cannot be compared with the world’s scenic beach because she has beauties in the remotest places of the world, cut off totally from the modern day’s facilities. In the latter, there is every possible comfort within your reach. Imagine yourself on the beach, and find the difference between trekking in the Himalayas and basking in the sea beach. There is a lot of difference; first, there is not much exhaustion, second, you see lots of natural beauties, third, there are lots of tourists from the world over. The natural beauties give the ultimate satisfaction to the trekkers. You can say at the cost of a long uphill walk, but this is the part of trekking. Under the natural beauties come mountains. They are not only beautiful but also look powerful and have massive heights, rising from the surface.
Nepal is not only famous for mountains listed in the world, but also for tourism activities that you can do in several parts like Chitwan, Lumbini, Pokhara, Nagarkot, and Kathmandu.