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Adventurous trip to Nepal

shutterstock_175944626Nepal is a Himalayan country surrounded by the borders of India and China. Every year zillions of tourists come here and visit the diverse exotic locales of Nepal. Most of the tourists book their flights earlier to avoid last moment hassle. The tourism in Nepal comprises of its unearthly mountain backdrop and also it is an inimitable marque of Hindu and Buddhist religious practices.

The tourism in Nepal includes a huge segment of its common population. It establishes the largest service industry of the Himalayan country. The highest mountain of the world, Mount Everest attracts a lot of people across the world. Due to the presence of mountain scenery tourism in Nepal is encouraged to a wide extent. The country is recognized as a home to as many as 8 out of the 10 highest mountains on earth.

Nepal can be visited anytime throughout the year. But still climate is one of the important factors to be considered if you are planning a trip to Nepal. October-November is basically the beginning of the dry season and in several ways the best time of the year to visit Nepal. One can get to see the vibes of festivity, color and natural beauty during this particular time period. For this reason this is the considered as the peak season for tourists to come here.

 

Nepal leaves its impact on the lives of the people. It acts as an absolute magnet for persons following an active way of life. Climbers and ski experts usually visit the country to sharpen their professional abilities. The tourism industry in Nepal is accountable for a huge percentage of the foreign exchange arriving into the country.

In Nepal, the tourist industry hires 42% of the total working population in the industry to work. After agriculture, it is the second major source of income for the people to sustain. Most of the Nepali people rely on foreign travelers for their day-to-day living. It has been since the development of organized tourism in Nepal that people are earning fairly well. Organized tourism in Nepal has given a hike in the wages of the Nepali population liable to tourist activity for their financial provisions. Thanks to the government for ensuring the responsible tourism.

 

There are so many attractive destinations to explore in Nepal. Some of the beautiful places to visit are given below:

Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu is also known as Kantipur which signifies ‘the kingdom of Nepal.’ Here you will get the opportunity to visit the temple of the living Goddess, who recognizes the greetings of the devotees from the balcony of her temple house, Kathmandap. It is the foundation of the name Kathmandu. It was apparently prepared from the wood of a single tree. The next important thing to sightsee is the Durbar Square area which is the ancient palace of the Royalty of Nepal. It is basically the group of temples unnoticed by the Hanuman Dhoka Palace. You can get cheap flights to India or Nepal or anywhere in Asia here at Mann Travel.

Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath temple is one of the sanctified Hindu shrines devoted to Lord Shiva. It is located within a plush green natural location on the banks of the holy river Bagmati. The sacred temple was constructed in pagoda style with a golden roof and gorgeously engraved silver doors. Tourists are allowed to view the temple from the east bank of the river Bagmati because non-Hindus are strictly barred to enter the temple. Pashupatinath is the heart during the annual pilgrimage on the occasion of Shivaratri or Mahashivratri, which falls in the month of February or March. Just behind the temples, you will find the cremation grounds.

Dakshinkali

It accurately means the Kali of the south. This temple is devoted to the Goddess Kali, more precisely known as the goddess of power. Usually on Tuesdays and Saturdays, people sacrifice chickens, ducks and goats to impress the goddess. The temple is situated in a dense forested valley and 19 Km. from Kathmandu city.

Boudhanath

This stupa is located 11 Km. from the center of Kathmandu. It is one of the biggest stupa of its kinds in the world. It is standing with four pairs of eyes in the four prime directions, guarding for virtuous behaviour and human fortune. This Buddhist stupa was established by King Man Deva on the guidance of the Goddess Mani Jogini. The stupa is encircled by the homes of Monks, or Buddhist priests.

Swayambhunath

It is situated about 3km from the center of Kathmandu. This Buddhist stupa is believed to be as old as 2000 years. The shrine forms the main structure and is made up of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth which backs a lofty conical spire covered by a peak of golden copper.

The stupa is painted four sided. At the lower base of the spire you will find the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. The entire area round the Stupa comprises of a group of small stupas and temples. This is one of the greatest places to see in the Kathmandu valley, as it is located on a small hill.

Nagarkot

Nagarkot is located about 35Km. east of Kathmandu city and one can easily see iconic Mt. Everest and other peaks of the Himalayas. It is situated amid the Kathmandu valley in the west and Indravati in the east.

The topmost point of Nagarkot, you will find the instructions accelerating views in entire route. The height of Nagarkot is approximately 2229Mt. above from the sea level. It is famous for watching sunrise and sunset.

Dhulikhel

It is located at the height of 1600 m. above the sea level and 32 Km. from Kathmandu City. Dhulikhel is very popular for its vantage site in watching the Himalayan ranges, from Cho Oyu in the east to Himalchuli in the west. It is also famous for seeing the sunrise and sunset.

Nothing is more beautiful and sacred than this place. Book your flight to Nepal now. Ask the Travel agents for discounts and offers on the air ticket or you can log on our site to get the best offers.

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