Things To do In Nepal Are you still in confusion about the top things to do in Nepal? As you all know that Nepal lies in the Himalayan region with a chain of mountains. Nepal is the home to the highest peak in the world-Mt. Everest. Similarly, it is a multi-religious, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual country. Nepal is a geographically and culturally diverse country. Trekking around the beautiful Himalayas, rafting, and sightseeing you will have a lot of to-do lists while visiting Nepal. Kathmandu Tour The Kathmandu tour is the best way to spend your time with your loved ones. There are a lot of things to explore inside Kathmandu valley. The city is widely famous for monuments, public squares, monasteries, and medieval temples. Pashupati temple, Bouddhanath, Swambunath, Durbar squares, and the Thamel area are the place you shouldn't miss while touring the capital city. Chandragiri hill is another cultural and natural tourist destination. You can have a panoramic view of Kathmandu Valley and the surrounding mountains from the Chandragiri hilltop. Likewise, you can do short hikes around Kathmandu valley. Pokhara Tour 'Pokhara' another famous city of Nepal also known as the capital of tourism is the most desired vacation destination for travelers. This city is famous as the city of lakes. Pokhara valley is enriched by mesmerizing green lakes Phewa, Begnas, and Rupa. Bat and Mahendra cave, Devi's fall (Patale chango), and International Mountain Museum is the place you shouldn't miss during the tour in Pokhara. Except for natural and cultural tours, Pokhara offers various adventurous excursions. Sarangkot is widely famous for paragliding and sky diving. As well as for watching the sunrise and beautiful mountains Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Macchapuchhre. The zipline of Pokhara is also known as the most extreme zip line in Nepal. World's second-highest bungee jumping site: Kushma, Parbat is a deadly experience one must-have during a Nepal tour. Chitwan Tour Chitwan Tours is the best thing to do in Nepal to explore wild animals. It lies in inner Terai in the south of Nepal. It is widely known for a Wildlife safari, Bird watching, and Tiger tracing. Chitwan National Park is the place of residence of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, Leopard as well as different species of birds. The whole national park is filled with a variety of wildlife species among which the One-horned rhinoceros is the main attraction. Chitwan National Park is the most loved place by Wildlife lovers. Elephant back safari, bath with elephant, canoeing, jungle walk, Visit Elephant Breeding Center, village walk, Bird watching, and Tharu cultural program are the main things to do while touring this city. Adventurous Things in Nepal Trekking in Himalayan Nepal Everest Base Camp Trek Trekking in the Himalayas is always at the top of the list of travelers. Nepal is the land of the 8 highest peaks in the world out of 10. So, trekking around these mountains is one of the exhilarating things to do in Nepal. Generally, Everest and the Annapurna region are two famous trekking routes in Nepal. Similarly, Helicopter tour (Helitours) is also famous in Nepal. Everest Heli Tours is among the favorite. You can collect fascinating experiences while touring around the mesmerizing mountains. If you have limited time in Nepal then Heli Tours in the Mountains is the best way to explore. Peak Climbing in Nepal Island Peak Climbing The 33 trekking peaks in Nepal from 5587m [Mardi Himal ] to 6654m [Mera Peak ] are NMA-approved mountaineering peaks in Nepal. Climbing these snow-covered peaks is usually a great start to your mountaineering career. All mountaineers dreaming of scaling the powerful 8000 meters begin their careers as mountaineers scaling these peaks at the foot of the Himalayas. The summit of Nepal is said to end all unforgettable natural and geographical landscapes. They acquire the necessary climbing skills while conquering the summits of these summits. Moreover, climbing these peaks is a big achievement in itself. Mera Peak and Island Peak are the highest mountain peaks in Nepal for skiing on Mount Everest. Both mountaineering peaks are well known in the world's mountaineering communities. Chulu East Peak is the tallest and largest mountaineering peak on the Annapurna Circuit trekking route. Tent Peak (known as Tarpturi) and Yala Peak are Nepal's royalty-free rock climbing peaks in the Northern Annapurna Conservation and Lantern Valley. Lobuche Peak and Naya Kanga Peak are low-traffic, highly technical climbing peaks on the corner of Everest Chorapas Trekking and Langtang National Park. Book your favorite peak climbing package at the best price and value for the Spring / Autumn 2022/23 season. Mount Expedition in Nepal Nepal is a country in the Himalayas. The northern border with Tibet (China ) is surrounded by a continuous chain of Himalayas extending from east to west. Of the entire Himalayas extending from the Karakorum in Afghanistan to Burma in the east, 25% of the Himalayas are in Nepal. There are more than 1310 identified Himalayan mountains in Nepal, of which 326 are open for mountaineering and mountaineering. These ranges range from the 6000m trekking peak to the 8000m expedition peak. Everest (8848 m ), the highest mountain in the world, lies in Nepal along with the third highest Kanchenjunga (8586 m ). In fact, of the total of 14 peaks over 8000m in the world, eight are in Nepal, including Lhotse (8516m ), Makalu (8481m ), Cho Oyu (8201m ), and Dhaulagiri I (8167m ). , Manaslu (8156m ), Nanga Parbat (8126m ), Annapurna (8091m ). Due to its geographical location, Nepal is uniquely located as one of the world's leading adventure destinations. Since the beginning of the 20th century, mountaineers have flocked to the Himalayas. Climbing, peaking and trekking have become popular adventures after Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa scaled Everest in 1953. Every year, thousands of mountaineers come here to climb various large and small trekking mountains. A mountaineering expedition is similar to a challenging hike but includes basic mountaineering skills with ice axes, crampons, ropes, and the necessary mountaineering equipment under the supervision and guidance of a mountaineering leader/guide. Religious Tour in Nepal Mankamana Devi temple is located across the river, on the top of the hill, resides the goddess who grants your wishes. Mankamana is famous for many excursions like cycling over the hills, hiking, and rafting in the Trisuli River. Bandipur is another famous sightseeing tourist destination and is a living museum of Newari culture. It is one of Nepal's most charming villages. Bandipur is also famous for Newari cuisine. 'Lumbini' the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha is located in the Rupandehi district of Nepal. Lumbini has several old temples, counting the Mayadevi Temple, and many other temples, funded by the Buddist community from various countries. Janakpur Dham historically known as Mithilanchal is the center of ancient Maithil. It is famous for religious and cultural tours. Janakpur: the historical town housing ancient temples, monasteries, arts and crafts of many deities is also regarded as an important religious place. Janakpur is the birthplace of the ideal woman of all Hindus, Mother Sita, the wife of Lord Ram, the ideal man. Ilam chiya bari located in eastern Nepal is one of the heavenly places to visit in Nepal. It also attracts many researchers/scientists for the study of medicinal and aromatic plants, orchids, rare birds, and the red panda. Ilam is well known for its religious importance too. The Devi temples have a great importance attached to them and many people come here just for excursions. The major attraction of Ilam is the nine-cornered Mai Pokhari lake. Travel Facts about Nepal Along with culture and geography, it also has a diverse climate. For trekking, the best time to visit Nepal is during October and November, because of the sunny and warm weather. March to May, is also popular because of the spring season. It will be the best time to see blooming flowers and wildlife. You can visit Nepal any time, depending on where to go. Nepal experiences four main seasons. The Winter season starts from December to February. Travelers generally avoid visiting during winter. Spring (pre-monsoon) is another best time to visit here. Summer (monsoon) arrives between mid-June to the near end of September discourages many travelers to visit here. After the monsoon, at the end of September, the weather becomes clear and stable. Post-monsoon is the best time to visit Nepal. Likewise, in this season we celebrate many big festivals like Dashain and Tihar. Nepal is an amazing country, If you are a travel freak then Nepal is the country you shouldn't miss visiting. As there are a lot of things to see and do in Nepal.