Trekking in Nepal

Facts of Nepal

Aren’t we all looking for a naturally rejuvenating and culturally peaceful vacation that we actually can afford? Do you know that Nepal’s mountains, hills, pristine lake, cascading river, awesome architecture, and traditional festivals make the best vacation in the world? And what if we say that you can explore all of these within a week, having a luxurious time, yet at a very affordable rate? Sounds like a good deal, doesn’t it?

  About Nepal  

About Nepal

Nepal is the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, a nation in South Asia. It is found chiefly in the Himalayas, yet in addition, incorporates portions of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is the 49th biggest nation by the population and 93rd the biggest nation by territory. It is landlocked, and fringes China in the north and India in the south, east, and west, while Bangladesh is situated just 27 km (17 mi) from its southeastern tip, and Bhutan is isolated from it by the Indian territory of Sikkim. Nepal has an assorted topography, including fruitful fields, subalpine forested slopes, and eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the most elevated point on Earth. Kathmandu is the capital and the biggest city. Nepal is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official language.

The name “Nepal” is first recorded in quite a while from the Vedic time of the Indian subcontinent, the time in old India when Hinduism was established, the dominating religion of the nation. In the main thousand years BCE, Gautama Buddha, the originator of Buddhism, was conceived in Lumbini in southern Nepal. Portions of northern Nepal were interlaced with the way of life of Tibet. The midway-found Kathmandu Valley is entwined with the way of life of Indo-Aryans and was the seat of the prosperous Newar alliance known as Nepal Mandala. The Himalayan part of the old Silk Road was ruled by the valley’s brokers. The cosmopolitan area created particular customary craftsmanship and engineering. By the eighteenth century, the Gorkha Kingdom accomplished the unification of Nepal. The Shah line built up the Kingdom of Nepal and later framed a coalition with the British Empire, under its Rana administration of premiers. The nation was rarely colonized yet filled in as a cushion state between Imperial China and British India. The parliamentary vote-based system was presented in 1951, however, was twice suspended by Nepalese rulers, in 1960 and 2005. The Nepalese Civil War during the 1990s and mid-2000s brought about the foundation of a common republic in 2008, finishing the world’s last Hindu government. 

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Culture, Peoples, and Languages

The rich cultural heritage of Nepal is a major attraction for this Nepal tour. These cities in Nepal have a great blend of different ethnic groups and cultures. While Kathmandu city is mostly inhabited by the Newari people, the Himalayan culture is influenced by Brahmin, Chhetri, Magar, Gurung, Tamang, etc. A similar ethnic group has an influence on the culture of Pokhara. The Buddhist people who used to join the Great British Troop were the originals of Pokhara.

In Terai, you will find the people from the hills and Terai of Nepal, all living in perfect harmony. There are Tharu peoples in Terai whose unique tradition has gained the interest of the entire nation. Their stone-and-mud houses and traditional household tools are displayed in a museum.

While the heritages of Kathmandu and Pokhara are considered holy for both Hindu and Buddhist people, Lumbini is the final pilgrimage destination for every Buddhist. The Lumbini tour shows the life of Buddha and Buddhism. Also, it’s a great archaeological triumph that can be seen nowhere in the world. The architecture of Nepal shows great woodwork and metal art discovered by Nepalese many centuries ago.

Festivals of Nepal

Dashain and Tihar, the major festival of Nepal, is also celebrated by people of all regions. The people put on their traditional dress, visit monasteries, gather blessings from elders, and enjoy the fast during festivals. Buddhists in the Himalayas mostly enjoy Buddha Jayanti and Loshar as their major festivals. In Terai, you can see the celebration of Holi, Chhat, and Maghi with great fun. The street festivals in Pokhara during the New year are also another event to attend. If you do not get the chance to join one of the festivals in Nepal, make sure that you engage with locals in some other way. You can try the classic dresses of the Tharu for a photoshoot during this Nepal tour. You might also try to cook the special recipe and learn about the Nepalese lifestyle.

Best time for Nepal Tour

Travelers to Nepal claim that March to May and August to December is the best time for the All Nepal tour. Along with unleashing the true beauty of mountain views, Spring and Autumn is also the time when the color of the flora and activities of fauna takes your heart away. The picturesque foreground of tropical and temperature forest makes a perfect setting. Also, the winter in Nepal, especially in the plains is very pleasing. The mornings are warm enough to stroll around, and the days are cool enough for the hike.

Summer i.e. June and July mark the monsoon in Nepal. People are yet to acknowledge the beauty of the after-rain view. It’s the time when the animals in National parks (For Jungle Safari) are very vibrant and the fresh flush of grass makes everything green. That’s perfect, isn’t it? In simple words, this all Nepal tour is arranged by MyEverestTrip throughout the year and you can travel whenever you wish.

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