A small country on the southern slopes of the Himalayan mountain ranges with diverse topography, Nepal is a country full of ethnic variety, natural magnificence, and rich history. According to the tourism board of Nepal, in 2019, approximately 1.2 million international tourists visited Nepal. Moreover, the number of tourists is increasing every year. But why? Let's find out.

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Travel and Tour in Nepal

Well, Nepal has millions of specialities; however, out of a million specialities, 5 are mentioned below:

1. Perfect Climatic condition

Although Nepal is a small country with approximately 147181 sq km, the climate varies concerning 5 different seasons and 3 significant topography: Terai, Hilly, and mountain region.

Terai: Tropical climate with hot summers and dry winters.
Hilly: Moderate climate with warm summers and chilly cold winters.
Mountain: Alpine climate with average summers and icy winters.

2. History and archaeology

Nepal was never colonized and celebrated freedom every day. Land of the brave Gurkha armies and a former Hindu kingdom, Nepal has captivating stories in each aspect of history. Ancient, medieval, and modern phases of history have influenced Nepal’s archaeology and architectural element over time.

3. Carnivals and people

Nepal is a motherland of 29.14 million people belonging to 125 casts and 59 indigenous nationalities. The people residing in Nepal’s low land and high lands come together to celebrate more than 50 national festivals, excluding cultural festivals.

 

4. Minimal expenditure

According to the World Economic Forum, Nepal is one of the cheapest countries to visit globally. In Nepal, the monthly cost of a person comes to around $320 only.

5. What else?

Some of the major attractions of Nepal are:

  • A living goddess
  • 4 World Heritage Sites
  • 10 natural and cultural heritage sites
  • 20 protected areas
  • 50 national carnivals
  • 1310 breathtaking mountains
  • 5358 lakes
  • 6000 rivers
  • 29.14 million Courteous people

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Nepal Tourism

Almost every part of Nepal holds prime spots of attraction. The country is divided into 7 provinces, and each carries its significance. For tourism, Nepal is safe both politically and geographically.

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  • Nepal is one of the cheapest countries to visit in the world. The average expense cost in Nepal for one day is around $10.

  • With low crime rates, Nepal is a safe country to travel not just for travellers travelling in groups but solo travellers too. However, take rational precautions in airports and buses as these places have the most pick-pockets and bag-snatchers.

  • The best month to visit Nepal are October, November, and December. During these months, the sky is clear, and the views are sensational.