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Places to See in Nepal


Kathmandu lies in a deep valley surrounded by magnificent hills all around. The city stands at an elevation of 1400 meters above sea level. One of the three medieval cities of Kathmandu Valley, this historic city is the capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is home to seven of the ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. The cultural world heritage sites include Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Changu Narayan Temple. Surrounding the city are verdant hills which offer great opportunities for day hikes, nature tours, and mountain biking adventures. Charming Newari farming villages dot the out...

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Bhaktapur lies in the eastern corner of the Kathmandu valley. Once the royal seat of the Malla kings,  the name of the city literally translates to “City of Devotees”. Bhaktapur is one of the best preserved UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Historically more isolated than Kathmandu and Patan, it has a distinctly different language. Bhaktapur Durbar Square has the best-preserved palace courtyards, temples, wood, metal and stone artwork. The city is also famous for its special type of curd called ‘JU JU Dhau’ (King's curd).  ...

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Panauti is a quaint and interesting destination south-east of the Kathmandu valley. When you enter the town it feels like it is exactly the way it was when the founders built the town. A nostalgic environment covers the narrow town streets and ancient structures. Visitors to this place will often find colourful stones, petals and other items laid out on the street as a sign to welcome everyone visiting Panauti. Panauti is regarded as a very holy site by a lot of Hindus because of the confluence of the two rivers-Roshi Khola and Punyamata Khola. A visit to this place is considered to free all souls from sins and anxiety. ...

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Patan or Lalitpur is another ancient city that lies on the south-central part of Kathmandu. Lalitpur or Patan is also known as the'City of Artisans’. It is best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its traditional arts and crafts. The pride of Patan is the  Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is filled with ancient Buddhist stupas, chaityas and viharas (Buddhist centres of learning).    ...

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Everest Region

Home to the tallest peak in the world Mount Everest, Everest Base camp trek-14 days is the most popular trekking in everest Region attracts thousands of trekkers and adventure lovers from all around the globe. The hardy Sherpas, known all over the world for their climbing skills are the inhabitants of this mountainous region. Not only Everest, the region is home to several 8000 and 7000 metre peaks, some of the highest in the world. A visit to this region is sure to captivate your imagination. Some of the major attractions of Everest Region are - Tengboche Monastery, Namche Bazaar, Kalapatthar, Gokyo valley and a lot more. Everest region is also home to a variety of endangered flora ...

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Bandipur is a hilltop settlement and a municipality in Tanahun district 143 km west of Kathmandu valley. A small settlement of Newari community, Bandipur is slowly coming to the notice of tourists because of its well-preserved traditions and old world charm. One can see excellent views of the Himalayas from here and is ideal for short hikes. The distinct Newari culture and old world architecture combined with excellent mountain views makes this a must visit destination in Nepal . ...

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