NEPAL: Never Ending Peace And Love

Nepal is a great place to visit at least once in a lifetime!
Most people there are friendly, kind and helpful. The terrain is diversely different from the Southern National Forest of Chitwan National Park to the valley and river along the way from Chitwan to Pokhara and of course, to the mountain ranges in the North. And so is the diversity of the weather in the mountain area, it could be bright & sunny in the morning turning into the overcast, dark clouds, rain, heavy rain, and then hail storm in the mountains. We were blessed to only have a relatively light and short taste of hail storms in 2 of the late afternoons. This is also the interesting part to experience quite the extremes all within the same day.
We also love seeing the different trees, flowers, insects, animals, kids, rock sediments, …Besides enjoying the nature there, we had also visited several World Heritage Sites and were even in time to experience the Holi Festival. There were also opportunities to visit orphanages and meet interesting people from around the world along the way.
We were grateful to have great guides arranged for our journeys. We had a young but knowledgeable and wise tour guide in Chitwan to show us around patiently and took us to bird watching early in the morning. Our trekking guide, Mr. Puru Thapaliya, was also a wonderful and experienced trekker, he was even kind enough to cook for us lest letting us starve. Without him, I wouldn’t be able to reach Poonhill.
For one of a kind experience, thanks again!