Nepal, a Himalayan country and with many hidden Shangri-la destinations for you to discover and explore, Nepal located between two large nations; India and China, covers an area of 147,181 sq km. Although a small country in area, but one of the world’s richest countries in terms of biodiversity with its unique geographical location and altitude variation, elevation rises from 60 m above sea level to the highest point on earth, Mt. Everest at 8,848 m, all within a distance of 150 km resulting into climatic changes from Sub-tropical-alpine to Arctic. Nepal-occupying only 0.03% of the earth is home to: 02 % of all the flowering plants in the world; 08 % of the world’s population of birds (more than 857 species); 04 % of mammals on earth; 11 of the world’s 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species); 600 indigenous plant families; 319 species of exotic orchids where on world would one find a vast change in temperature-landscapes-culture within a short distance, which adds travelers with mesmerizing time and indeed one of the best tourist destinations as listed by leading international travel magazines and various guide books making Nepal one the most sought adventure and cultural destinations.

Nepal captures world’s 8th highest peaks out of 14 highest mountains with number one Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho-Oyu, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu and Mt. Annapurna, the country Birth Place of Lord Buddha “The Light of Asia”, Nepal is also rich in its unique culture and tradition and, is prominent for its hospitality. This compact nation is home to 125 ethnic groups, 9 religion, and 123 different languages; Nepali being the national language. Nepal, land of Himalayan wonders truly amazing, it has much to offer to its visitors with Nepalese warm and friendly hospitality. Before the Tibeto-Burmans and the Indo-Aryans, Dravidian people came and settled in Nepal. Tibeto Burmans are Rai, Limbu, Gurung, Tamang, and other people, Indo-Aryans are Brahmin and Chettris, while Dravadians are Tharus, who live mostly in the plain region of Nepal.  These people live in Nepal and are known as the Nepalese. The Nepalese historians do know much about the early History of Nepal, and what they have recorded is from the Kirat dynasty.

The four dynasties that ruled Nepal were Kirat, Malla, Thakuri, and Shah. On May 28, 2008, Nepal was declared a Federal Democratic Republic. Currency and Foreign exchange Nepali Rupees that are available in the form of notes are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500, and 1000; 1, 2, 5, and 10 are also available in the form of coins. Exchange of the foreign currencies must be done either at banks or at authorized money exchanges in Nepal. The receipt of such a transaction is to be kept by you. You can also exchange your currency at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu in Nepal. Internet domain .np International dialing code +977

New Year: Nepal has its own calendar, and its New Year falls in the second week of April. All the Nepalese of different castes celebrate the Nepalese New Year with a sense of oneness. On this day, some of them go to picnics. Buddha Jayanti:  Nepal celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha, the pioneer of Buddhism, every year in May in Nepal. On this day, people visit to stupas and burn butter lamps. Saraswati Puja: Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge. The students and scholars of Nepal worship her between January and February, according to the Nepali calendar. Pens and books are also worshipped by them. Shivaratri: Shivaratri or the night of Lord Shiva falls between February/March, according tothe Nepali calendar. On this day, the Nepalese government legalizes the use of marijuana. The devotees can consume marijuana as well as can offer it to Lord Shiva. Holi: This festival of water and colors falls between February and March, according to the Nepali calendar and is celebrated to rejoice the extermination of Holika, a female demon.

Krishna Janmastami: The birth anniversary of Lord Sri Krishna falls between August and September. All the devotees worship Lord Krishna on this day by offering flowers and sweets and by chanting hymns. Tihar: This festival of lights falls between October/November and lasts for five days, and the Hindu Nepalese worship Laxmi – the Goddess of Wealth.  Crows, dogs, and cows are also worshipped on different days. Crows are regarded as a messenger; dogs are looked upon as the most obedient animal, and cow is worshipped as the symbol of wealth in Hinduism. Dashain: During the month of Kartik (late September and early October) the Nepalese people celebrate Dashain, which is the longest festival of Nepal, and in which the goddess Durga is worshipped for 15 days. The devotees also sacrifice animals. 123 languages are spoken in Nepal, but its major language is Nepali. The current young generation of Nepal also speaks English. Below are the common Nepali phrases that you should know when you are in Nepal.

Some Nepalies useful words Translation in English:



Tapaiilai Kasto Cha?-How are you?

(Malai) Thik Cha-I am fine

Khana khannu bhaiyo?-Have you eaten?

Dhanybhad.-Thank you

Tapaiiko naam ke ho?-What is you name?

Mero naam Ann-Marie ho.-My name is Ann-Marie

Maaph garnuhos.-Excuse me/ pardon me/ sorry

Maile bhujhina?-I don’t understand

Maile bhujhe-I understand

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Nepal Activities
Biking around Kathmandu Valley Biking around Kathmandu Valley
1 Day from USD $ 150

Biking around Kathmandu Valley: The Kathmandu valley offers the best mountain biking in the world because it’s blessed with beautiful mountains. It has very unique and adventurous biking spot to ride with different levels. During the biking, you will be able to showcase stunning panoramic views of the snowcapped mountains ranges. This biking helps you […]

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Everest Mountain Flight Everest Mountain Flight
1 Day from USD $ 225

Everest Mountain Flight is an alternative to all the treks of Nepal because it shows all the mighty mountains of the Himalayas within 1 hr. It starts from Kathmandu and is cheaper than any treks of Nepal. A small airplane with a single seated window passes between the mountains, bringing them closer to the windows […]

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Bungy jumping Bungy Jumping & Tandem Swing
1 Day from USD $ 185

Bungy Jumping and Tandem Swing is one of the popular activities that the tourists love to do when they are in Nepal. Located 160 m over the wild Bhote Kosi River, bungy jumping destination is just 3 hr drive from Kathmandu and has been designed by one of New Zealand’s leading bungee consultants and is […]

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Rickshaw Tour in Kathmandu Rickshaw Tour in Kathmandu
1 Day from USD $ 150

Rickshaw tour in Kathmandu is a great way for tourist who wants to explore the beautiful palaces in Kathmandu ‘the city of temples’. Explore the narrow streets of Kathmandu where you pass through typical Nepalese old and very famous local markets and head off to Durbar Square, which has centuries-old temples and palaces and shrines. […]

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Everest heli tour Everest Heli Tour
4 hrs. from USD $ 3999

Everest helicopter tour takes you from Tribhuwan International Airport to Everest Base Camp. This is flying from the modern city of Nepal to the remotest and highest altitude of the world. The Everest Heli Tour will be once in a life time experience because it flies over green hills and valleys, and near 7000 and […]

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Jomsom & Muktinath Trek
14 Days from USD $ 1250

Jomsom & Muktinath Trek, full of delights and interesting journey on the pilgrimage trail of Hindu and as well Buddhist religions and also for interested trekkers, where you can observe age-old culture and custom based on ancient Hindu traditions. Beside its holy significant the scenery with its dramatic landscapes of wind swept valley, rivers, rolling […]

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Langtang Valley and Ganja-La pass Trek Langtang Valley Trek
11 Days from USD $ 899

Langtang Valley Trek, an amazing short adventure. Where you will witness a great diversity of landscapes and high Himalayan mountain ranges. It includes the culture and life of local ethnic groups the Tamang of Langtang around the Rasuwa region. The highlights of this trek includes mountains and Tamang tribes old Buddhist culture and traditions; with […]

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Langtang Valley and Ganja-La pass Trek Langtang Kyanjin Gompa Trek
13 Days from USD $ 799

Langtang Kyanjin Gompa Trek, a picturesque walk with daily views of ever present Langtang Himal and as far towards Ganesh-Manaslu and Jugal Himalayan range of peaks, as the walk progress entering into traditional and impressive Tamang villages of ancient Bon culture of pre-Buddhism and as well interwoven with Tibetan Buddhism religion, where you can witness […]

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Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek Langtang, Gosaikunda & Helambu Trek
17 Days from USD $ 1410

Langtang, Gosaikunda & Helambu Trek, an amazing adventure trek where you will witness a great diversity of landscapes and high Himalayan mountain that faces you, includes culture and life of local ethnic groups the Tamang of Langtang and Rasuwa region and Hyalmo people around Helambu area. The highlights of this trek includes mountains to Tamang […]

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Poon Hill Trek & Jungle Safari Tour
11 Days from USD $ 725

Poon Hill Trek & Jungle Safari Tour at Chitwan, unique combination of high hills with a chain of mountain panorama of massive Annapurna Himalaya and then into Nepal’s low flat land known as Terai belt which leads you into verdant jungles in Asia’s number National Park in Chitwan for exciting games on elephant backs and […]

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