World Heritage Sites:
A hallmark of seven world heritage sites as
enlisted by UNESCO, Nepal can give you a peek
into the medieval picturesque architecture:
the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar
Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Changunarayan,
Swoyambhunath, Lumbini, Pashupatinath and
Boudhanath. In addition, locations as Royal
Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National
Park provide you the realms of natural wilderness.
The surging water from the Himalayas across
the country not only provides natural tranquility
but also gives an exotic flair for rafting
and other water sports. Karnali, Gandaki,
Koshi, Trishuli, Narayani rivers as well as
Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Rara Lake, Tilicho
Lake, Gosaikunda form an exciting base for
a thrilling experience.
The unmatched piety level of Nepal can be
easily lived through the Manakamana Temple,
Muktinath Temple, Palanchowk Bhagawati and
Pashupatinath Temple. Also palaces such as
Bagh Durbar, Shree Mahal, Keshar Mahal take
you along the trails of history and tradition.
Spotting the Royal Bengal Tiger would no longer
be a dream when you traverse along the several
national parks. Also the Hetauda Memorial
Park, Shahi Bardiya National Park as well
as Rajani Kunja (Gokarna), Godavari Botanical
Garden give charismatic views for filming.
In addition to the captivating sights of the
capital (Ktm), Ilam, Pokhara, Dharan, Mustang,
Muktinath, Palpa, Dolpa, Solukhumbu, Phulchowki,
Nagarkot, Kakani, Namche Bazaar exhibit breathtaking
views unique and subtle in its own way.
soaring Himalayas have always been a fascinating
attribute of Nepal. With the world's highest
peak within its bounds, Nepal also homes a
number of other peak within its bounds: Annapurna,
Kanchanjunga, Machhapuchhre, Ama Dablam and
many more give you the bliss of serenity.