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 Lord budha NEPAL - A Picturesque Valley And A Friendly People

Places to visit in Nepal - Kathmandu / Patan / Bhaktapur / Terai / Gorkha / Lumbini / Tansen

Sights worth seeing in Nepal
Kathmandu Tours

Emerald Buddha stupas, tranquil pagoda temples, ornate grand palaces and royal mansions, Kathmandu is a city of endless sight-seeing opportunities. The beauty of its natural landscape and traditional architecture, skillfully built temples and shrines are a testimony to its rich heritage. Around the capital, stretch a fertile agricultural landscape and a variety of excursion getaways.
Pashupatinath temple
Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal
On the banks of the Bagmati River, is Pashupatinath, the country's pre-eminent Hindu temple and one of the most significant Shiva temples on the subcontinent. As the Bagmati is a holy river, Pashupatinath is very popular with tourists; the ghats (river steps) immediately in front of the temple are reserved for the cremation of royalty.

Pokhara Tours
This lake city is renowned for its setting rather than it's historical or cultural endowments. It’s location by the lake and proximity to the mountains make it an ideal place for recovery, trek, go walking or curl up with a book. There's a batch of Tibetan settlements, a hilltop monastery, magnificent views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhapuchchhre, and the pretty Devi Falls nearby. Day walks can be taken to Sarangkot (1592m), the limestone caves at Mahendra Gufa or Rupa and Begnas Tals lakes. Another option is the three to four-day Annapurna Skyline Trek.

Royal Chitwan National ParkSagarmatha
This magnificent park, was once the hunting ground for British and Nepalese aristocrats. Today, the animals -elephant, rhinoceros, tiger, leopard and deer - are protected, not shot. Probably the greatest thrill here is to scout for wildlife on the back of an elephant. If that's too uncomfortable, one can do the same thing in a jeep or canoe or go jungle walking with experienced guides.

Sagarmatha
Mount Everest on the right -- along with several other famous peaks. This park features extremely high mountains, deep gorges, and amazing bird and animal life. A World Heritage Site.

BodhnathBudhnath temple
The huge stupa of Bodhnath, which is the largest in the country and among the largest in the world. It's also the centre for Nepal's considerable population of Tibetans. Late afternoon is a good time to visit. This is when prayer services are held and the locals turn out to walk around the stupa (if you want to join in, do walk in a clockwise direction). Surrounding Bodhnath are a number of monasteries, but be discreet and respectful if you intend visiting them.

Trekking in Nepal
Nepal is a rewarding trekking holiday. During trekking in Nepal, the Himalaya disappears behind Nepal's continual hills, but dominates the northern skyline at each pass. Annapurna, Manaslu, Langtang, Gauri Shankar and Everest will become familiar names. Your conception of the Himalaya alters as you turn from peaks famed only for their height to gaze on far more picturesque summits that you may never have heard of - Kantega, Ama Dablam, Machhapuchhare and Kumbhakarna. Everest, Annapurna, Central, Western and Eastern regions offer exciting trekking opportunities.