Nepal is a small country with a huge tourism industry which is the main source of economic stability after agriculture, as it serves as a perfect destination for every kind of traveler, from mountaineers to rock climbers and those with some appetite of cultural heritage. Its scoring point is that the king of the kings, the Mount Everest, is located in Nepal and the world heritage site, Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, is also located here. It is a naturally and culturally enriched country.


Langtang Region :

The Langtang Region is a perfect area for hiking, offering some high passes, extensive views, old monasteries, and beautiful scenery with flowers, forests and splendid mountains. On a clear day, the peak of Langtang Lirung is visible from Kathmandu.

Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) :

This is the second most important shrine in the Kathmandu Valley after Boudhanath. It is more popularly known as the Monkey Temple because of the resident monkeys that inhabit parts of the temple.

Everest :

The Everest Region is generally not regarded as the most scenic region for trekking, but something about the Everest draws climbers from all over. March to May and September to December are the main hiking seasons.

Pashupati Nath Temple :

This is one of the oldest and most sacred temples in Nepal, dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located on the fringes of Kathmandu. Ardent Hindu followers visit this temple to get the blessings of the divine deity.

Boudanath :

Boudhanath is a magnificent Stupa, with 29 Tibetan Gompas and the prayer wheel and is one of the most popular tourist places in Nepal. It is a prominent pilgrimage center that is located 7 km northeast of Kathmandu. This Tibetan pilgrimage is visited by locals as well as visitors for meditation.


Nepal's culture is a fusion of Indo-Aryan and Tibeto-Mongolian influences. The country is facing the problem of severe pollution because of plenty of people migrating into the country. Most of Nepal is inhibited by the Nepalese. Eighty-six percent of Nepalese form Hindu community, 8 percent form Buddhists community, 4 percent form Muslims, and just over 1 percent form Christians. People here are animist, they believe in ghosts, spirits, and witchcraft especially in rural areas. They have very simple rural architecture and different caste and ethnic groups are reflected in the building styles. The houses usually have one or two stories and are made up of mud brick with a thatched roof. Their staple meal is rice usually served with dal and tarkari. Their traditional food includes gundruk,kinema taba, churpi, etc. Different festivals are celebrated by different people of different caste. That is the time when they wear colorful traditional dresses. The Nepalese men wear “daurasuruwal” and the Nepalese women wear “chaubandi choli”. Other castes have their own traditional dresses.



March, April and May form the spring season. Visiting Nepal during this time would be a good time. The rich flora of the country would be most vibrant offering an eye soothing view. Trekkers can also have a wonderful time during this period.

Summer and Monsoon

June, July, August and September form summer as well as the monsoon season of Nepal. The temperature is bearably hot only in terai and hilly areas the temperature is much higher. Nepal starts receiving rains from June till September. The daytime could be a little hot but the night time will balance out giving you a pleasurable experience. You can go visit Nepal at this time to try something different this time. It definitely won’t disappoint you.


October and November forming the autumn season for Nepal offers soothing weather. The countryside turns heaven filled with lush green vegetation and forests, after the rains. Perfect time to go to Nepal for all kinds of travelers.


December and February form the winters in Nepal. The weather turns quite chili as there is heavy snowfall in the hilly regions. There is a different kind of fun in the chills as well. You should definitely go to get a bite of Nepal during the winters.

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