Been to Nepal is equal to have been the whole world! There are 14 mountains above 8000 meters in the world, and 9 can be seen in Nepal, so there’s a saying that Nepal is the closest land on the earth to Heaven. But the altitude of Nepal is low; thus, tourists will not have altitude sickness here. Although Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, it is also the country with the highest happiness index. Why? Maybe you can explore it from the exquisite and historical temples, various worship and admiration of deities, smiles from the pilgrims, etc.
Nepal is known as the “hiker’s paradise.” Many hiking routes are mostly around the Himalayas. Among them, the Annapurna route is rated as one of the best hiking routes in the world. Besides hiking, Nepal has a wealth of outdoor activities, such as paragliding, rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, mountain biking, etc. When these are all set in the snow mountain, it will have a different feeling comparing with other places. Nepal has four world cultural and natural heritages – Sagarmatha National Park marked by Mount Everest, Royal Chitwan National Park with many wild animals, Kathmandu valley full of historic sites, and the birthplace of Buddha Sakyamuni, Lumbini. Besides, during Nepal tours, you can watch a magnificent sunset/sunrise over the Himalaya mountains at Nagarkot, discover the Chitwan rainforest on foot, gaze out over the Fewa lake, and glide in Pokhara with the background of the snow mountains, etc.