to See in Nepal
is in western part of Nepal. The Annapurna Conservation Area Project, Nepal's
largest conservation covering over 7600sq. km protects this area. Annapurna
is the world's most popular region for unique scenes and a meditative glimpse
Located on a 1,000m ridge in Tanhu district some 140km from Kathmandu, Bandipur's
hallmark is its beautiful scenery. Bandipur is a part of western Nepal.
At the eastern part of the town is the pagoda-roofed Bindabasini temple which
huses goddess Durga, Bandipur's guadian deity . The rich wooden carvings and
detailed brass-work that adorn the temple are replicas of those found in the
many old pagoda structures of the Kathmandu Valley.
Chitwan is one of the finest national Parks in Asia, renowned for its dense
concentration of wildlife and top class tourist lodges, which provides the opportunity
to see animals in their natural habitat.
Dhulikhel has a glorious past which can be seen in the lovely buildings and
intricate wood carvings in the shop-lined streets and temples. Plesant climate
(even during summer) is big attraction at dhulikhel.
The Khumbu region of Nepal is one of the best-known treks in the world. This
is the land of the Sherpa people and the world's great 8,000 meter peaks. Many
trekkers walk in from the roadhead at Jiri, through the lovely rolling hills
of the Solu region. Others fly in to the village of Lukla to start their trek.
Gorkha is the birthplace of King Prithvi Narayan Shah the Great, the founder
of modern Nepal. The great King Prithvi Narayan Shah unifying the Nepal in the
eighteenth century and Gorkha soldiers under his dynamic leadership eventually
succeeded in conquering the Kathmandu valley. Since the capital of Nepal was
shifted to Kathmandu. But this beautiful township has always remained as the
center of attraction for many Nepalese as well as foreign visitors.
The valley is situated at an altitude of 1,336 m above sea level and covers
an area of 218.sq. miles. The rich tapestry of the cultural heritage of Nepal
is synthesized in the Kathmandu Valley, the home of the ancient and sophisticated
Newari culture. The Newars are the indigenous inhabitants of the valley and
the creators of the splendid civilization of its three cities - Kathmandu, Patan
and Bhaktapur. The skillfully built temples and palaces, delicately engraved
stone and metal images, carved wooden columns and pillars, and the history laden
shrines and chaityas of these three historical cities stand testimony to the
Newars's artistic achievements.
Lumbini, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam, the Shakya prince and the ultimate
Buddha, the Enlightened One, is the pilgrimage destination of the world's millions
of people faithful to all schools of Buddhism.
The ancient city of Patan. Lying 5km southeast of Kathnandu, is known as the
city of fine zrts. The city is full of Hindu templesa and Buddhist momnuments.
The diversity of the medieval culture that aloowed both Hinduism and Buddhism
to flourish has left a rich legacy of imnpressive sightseeing in this city for
Pokhara, an enchanting city nestled in the tranquil valley (827m), is the starting
point for many of Nepal's most popular trekking and rafting destinations. It
is one of the most picturesque spots of Nepal.
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