is the land of remote mountain villages where people survive
by growing their own food on the thousands of hill terraces
that scale even the steepest lopes. 86% of the populations
in Nepal are subsistence farmers but mechanized farming
is unheard of here; the fields are ploughed by water buffalo,
and ox, the corn harvested and threshed by hand and ground
by water mills.
The country is virtually road less so
travel throughout the hill regions is only possible on foot
and all basic goods have to be carried by men or beasts.
Many areas lack basic facilities like drinking water, elementary
education and medical facilities. But many touristy areas
are sufficiently developed for your stay to be comfortable.
The past splendor and glory of this land can be seen in
the architectural expression still to be found in the ancient
cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur.
is well known as a mystical land of unparalleled variety
with the altitude of 70m above the sea level in the south
& 8848 m height of Mt. Everest in the north. This vast
diversity in altitude has reflected to our unique culture.
Verities of ethnic groups have their own dramatic culture,
language and dialects but most of them can communicate in
Nepali. Nepal is famous for the beauties of nature by the
soaring peaks of the Himalayas, green valleys, terraced
farmlands, hilly foot trails & the forested plains full
of rare wild lives including the lordly tiger, one –
horn rhinoceros. The religious homogeneity is next unique
feature for Nepal. The flourishing of art and architecture
of Nepal reflect the artistic ingenuity & the religious
tradition of people as well. The crystal clear lakes, turbulent
rivers with deep gorge and hot springs can be well thought-out
as the major astonishing point of Nepal & plants like
orchids & laden rhododendrons is as charming as you
Nepal has captivated the imagination of
mountaineers, explorers and all the manner of foreign visitors
since it first opened its door in the 1950s. A lot of tourist
visits Nepal to scale an unconquered peak, others to undertake
scientific research in the high mountains, some come to
complete an energetic trek or high-adrenaline rafting trip,
others to enjoy the peace and cultural richness of Nepal's
lower slopes and valleys. Nepal is known as trekking Paradise.
One trek is rarely enough in Nepal, and many visitors soon
find themselves planning to return. Many visitors come to
Nepal expecting to find these things but also discover how
outstanding friendly the Nepalese are.