Nepal is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Nepal has everything from the highest peaks to the lowest ground, from diversity to unity. However, Nepal is not very developed despite all the resources it has. We can’t deny that we are not prosperous in monetary terms, but when it comes to our resources and the warmth of people, we have everything.
Unfortunately, Nepal is still a developing country because we have not chosen the right leaders. After all, it is in the hands of the leaders which direction the country moves, but due to the weakness of our leaders, Nepal is still struggling to find its way. With all the hardships and struggles, it is incredible how Nepali still manage to put a smile on their face. People here are an asset to the country.
Despite all the economic and development issues, tourism is our hope. Not only because we need it for development but also because Nepal has all that makes it the best place for tourism. If we could focus on developing tourism in Nepal, there is no way we won’t achieve economic growth. Here are seven unique reasons why you should visit Nepal. If you can’t make your own, you can visit the list of travel and tours in Nepal providing outstanding services for visitors.
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Nepal is naturally natural. It has a variety of geography. We have high mountains to low Terai. There is natural diversity. We have the largest varieties of floras and faunas. Nepal is the second richest country in terms of water resources. There are fast-flowing rivers, fresh springs, and abundant water resources. You could visit the dense forest or watch through the fields in Terai, where you will get a magical experience.
Some plants are found nowhere else, and animals that could live nowhere else. Tone-horned Rhinos, Gharial, Bengal Tiger, and so on. The list could get going and going. Though there has been slight destruction of forests in the name of urbanization, efforts are now being made to conserve natural resources. If you are a Nature Lover, then there is no way your list could be complete without Nepal. Make sure to visit Nepal at least once in your life. And I promise if you come once, you will want to go again and again.
Nepali people are the warmest people, and so is our culture. We have broad diversity in language, religion, food, and even ethnicity. There is wide diversity and still unity. This has set an example of how diversity can complement each other rather than suppressing one another. Nepal is a secular country as of May 18, 2006. Hinduism, Buddhism, and various other religions peacefully live in the country. We have thirty-six ethnic groups with unique languages and norms who together complete the Nation. The food habits also differ from region to region. You wouldn’t want to miss these amazing food items and would also like to see the example of unity in Nepal.
Nepal is at the top of the world. It proudly stands in the shade of the highest mountain in the world: Mt. Everest ( Sagarmatha ). Similarly, eight of the top ten highest peaks in the world lie in Nepal. If you are an adventure lover, maybe you could scale off the highest Mountain in the world. Just imagine how it would feel to be at the top of the world. If not, you can go to the base camp and see the highest peak from very near. You can even climb Mount Everest, paying some fees to the government.
Dangers associated with Everest
Even though Mount Everest attracts many climbers, there are serious dangers such as altitude sickness, weather, and wind, as well as significant hazards from avalanches and the Khumbu Icefall. That’s why you must be prepared before scaling the mountain. Many highly experienced mountaineers scale Everest after they gain all the required skills after scaling other mountains in the world. As of 2020, 300 people have lost their life while scaling the mountain, and their body still lies safe there on the icy mountain.
Light of Asia Gautam Buddha
The light of Asia: Gautam Buddha was born in Nepal. You must visit Lumbini, where Gautam Buddha spent his childhood and early Adulthood. Lord Buddha is the one who spread peace in the world. Lumbini still has preserved Gautam Buddhha’s palace, bedroom, carriage, and belongings. You would not want to miss this for any reason. Lumbini is a must-visit place for everyone, especially followers of Gautam Buddha. There are lots of Buddha temples in Lumbini.
Hub for Adventure
Nepal is the ultimate hub for adventure lovers. If you don’t stay back to take risks, then Nepal is definitely a place for you. Here are a few daring adventures you could take on in Nepal:
Mountaineering first opened up Nepal to the outside world. People used to visit Nepal for scaling high peaks. Eight of the world’s 14 highest peaks above 8,000 m are in Nepal’s north, including the highest Mt. Everest. You could scale this mountain and take up this thrilling sport.
Rafting and Kayaking
Not only mountains, Nepal has the wildest and fastest flowing white-water sources. Set out in a raft in any of the rivers. This is a surreal experience you could find nowhere else on the planet. You can choose from many options and can raft through jungles and mountains.
The bungee jump in Nepal is one of the main attractions. The Last Resort and Kushma Bungee are the ones you shouldn’t miss when we talk about bungee. One of New Zealand’s leading bungee consultants designed The Last Resort Bungee, and it is now run by very experienced jump masters. You jump from a 166 m wide bridge connecting two sides of a deep valley over the fierce Bhote Koshi River. Bungee Jump in Kushma is Nepal’s tallest Bungee and the world’s second tallest Bungee.
Skydive from the Himalayas
Jump off a plane or a chopper from the top of the world. The sky diving takes place in front of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. And you fall past some of the world’s highest peaks. People describe this experience as surreal, thrilling, and satisfying. This is something you must do in your lifetime.