Nepal at a Glance

Nepal a country of world highest mountains within massive Himalaya range, from world 14th highest peaks, where 8th highest located within Nepal that makes Nepal a most sought adventure destinations. Nepal with an area of 147, 181 sq. km, located between China in the north and India in the South-West and East of the country, Kathmandu the capital and commercial hub of the country. Nepal with more than 23 million populations includes 60 ethnic groups and 70 native spoken languages where Nepali is the national language, where travel-trade people can understand and speak English as well. Since the monarch regime ended last few decades at present Nepal a Republic country with Multi- Party Democracy.


Nepal has four major seasons (1) Spring (2) Summer: June to August, (3) Autumn: September-November,(4) Winter: December-February. Nepal can be visited around whole year round. Nepal one of world’s richest countries in terms of great bio-diversity with its exclusive and dramatic geographical location where altitude variation from 60 m above sea level to highest point on earth at the top of Mt. Everest at 8,848 m. All the changes within a mere distance of 150 km, resulting into varied changes in temperatures and climate from low areas of warm sub-tropical to cooler alpine hills with arctic zone of remorseless fields of ice and glaciers.

Nepal enriched with endangered Flora and Fauna:

Nepal also occupies 0.03% of earth where worlds 02 % of all flowering plants found in Nepal; 08 % of world’s bird population more than 857 species is in Nepal; includes 04 % of mammals on earth; 11 of the world’s 15 families of butterflies of more than 500 species; 600 indigenous plant families; 319 species of exotic orchids.

Culture and Religions:

Probably the one and only country in the world where two great religions Hindu and Buddhism that blends in perfect harmony with temples and monasteries next to each other.  Nepal due to dramatic climatic and landscapes variation makes the country custom an impressive impact from one area to another with wide range of heritage, culture and traditions.

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