10 Top Visiting Places In Nepal

1. Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is Nepal’s largest city and also the capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is located in a valley in the heart of Nepal. It is famous tourists attraction because of many Buddhist temples, mostly from the 17th century, like the Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. Kathmandu considered the wealth of historic buildings, There are a lot of biggest ancient royal palaces, innumerable Rana palaces, and important shrines as well. Because of the growth, which has made a modern and different city of Kathmandu, the interior center still consists something of a medieval air.

2. Pokhara

Pokhara, Nepal

Pokhara is known as the “Natural Capital” of Nepal, because of its astounding setting of extreme beautiful lakes with lush hills offering a unique view of Himalaya. It is the third largest city in Nepal is also known as the gateway to the base camp Annapurna. Pokhara offers tourists the trekking tour which generally takes up to 25 days of travel. The city is also famous for its three stunning lakes, one of Phewa Lake, with spectacular views of the snowy mountains of the Himalayas. Pokhara is also considered one of the top tourist places in Nepal.

3. Nagarkot

Nagarkot, Nepal

Nagarkot is a village built on high altitude ground above the sea level. Every year tourist visit this village because it gives the clear picture and wider view of world highest mountain peaks including Mount Everest. It is a most amazing tourists destination in Kathmandu, Nepal which was the escape place for royals of Nepal from intense heat during summer season. Nepali tourist authorities have introduced many facilities like helicopter transit straight from Nepal International Airport to Nagarkot, constructed many hotels, restaurants, and clubs for foreigner travelers and established companies providing guide and training in Hiking & Trekking activities to expedite tourist. Travelers should visit this place whenever they plan to visit Nepal.

4. Boudhanath Stupa

Boudhanath Stupa, Nepal

This is a Buddhist Temple worth visiting the place and slightly away from the main part of Katmandu. The entrance fee of this temple is only 150 and when you go inside there are plenty of shops and cafes to relax and spend time enjoying the peaceful atmosphere as well. You can also walk on top of the stupa and go all the way around and get a view of monks and Buddhist people meditating and giving offerings which can be interesting. You should not miss this incredible Tibetan Buddhist stupa. Walk some rounds, spin some prayer wheels, breathe the incense. For tourists, this is the most sacred place. It is also considered the one of the must-see temple in Kathmandu.

5. Annapurna

Annapurna, Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is a wonderful experience. Allow at least 15 days to do it easily. Go with a proper guide. There are a lot of good quality tea houses and accommodation along the trail. The stunning and picturesque scenery, the construction of the road throwing to Manang is changing the culture. A big day climbing up and over the Thorong La Pass, At 5416 meters, it is very high. Allow at least three days around Manang for acclimatization to the high altitude. However, the stark beauty of the Mustang region is a contrast. You can easily make your tour memorable here.

6. Patan Museum

Patan Museum, Nepal

Patan Museum is located in a former palace, this museum is well organized with excellent explanations of the ancient history of Nepal, and not overwhelming. The building of the museum is extraordinarily beautiful, and not cluttered. Now in these days, photos in the clock tower were fascinating, with a good selection of representative artifacts and accompanying narrative. The cafe in the gardens is very refreshing. This museum is self-supporting, and a separate entry fee is required.

7. Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur, Nepal

Kathmandu and Patan, which are located together, the third of the “Royal Cities”, Bhaktapur also located 14 km away, There are “outside the holy hollow of the Valley” on the old trade route to Tibet. Its relative remoteness allowed the city to develop independently and in ways which distinguish it from the other two. With farmers,  some of the best in the Valley numbered heavily among its inhabitants, the city is self-supporting.

8. Gorkha

Gorkha, Nepal

Shahs invaded it in the mid-period of 16th century, from west Nepal. Gorkha was usually the seat of the Local Rajas, and they came from Rajasthan. There are no-doubt striking similarities between the Rajasthan’s and the Gurkhas shared, like their military prowess and religious fervor.

9. Janakpur

Janakpur, Nepal

Janakpur is located in the south side of the Terai 22 Km from the Indian border. Janakpur, also known as Janakpurdham, it is one of the historical and religious cities of Nepal. Janakpur also was known as the birthplace of Sita and Jhankai, the Lord Ram, and one of the important religious pilgrimage site in the Terai plains, in south-central Nepal. In ancient times, Janakpur was the capital city of the Kingdom of Mithila and the center of Maithil culture during the Treta Yug.

10. Sarangkot

Sarangkot, Nepal

Make hiking plans with your best buddy when you’re in Pokhara. A short hiking trip will be irresistible once you’ve visited Sarangkot. It is popular tourists’ destination lies at an altitude of 1600 meters, northwest of Pokhara. To reach the top of the hill, you can hike for two or three hours from Pokhara lakeside. If you don’t like to hike then you can also take a taxi from Pokhara and walk for one hour to reach the main viewpoint. Sarangkot is also a popular paragliding launching point. If you’re planning visit Pokhara then you shouldn’t miss Sarangkot sunrise view. I bet if you experience this moment then it is going to be a tremendous experience of your life. From the top of the hill, you’ll get some fantastic views of massive peaks like Mt. Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Ganesh, Manaslu, and Annapurna.

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