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10 Best Places To Visit in Nepal ~

Travelling, who doesn’t find it exciting ? Whether it be long foot walks, long vehicle travels, or anything else, travelling is always fun whether it be in group or a solo. Ever wondered about what  are the whereabouts  and what are the things for your bucket list while travelling Nepal ? If you’re a foreigner, then this article is surely going to help you out with filling your incumbent bucket lists. If you’re Nepalese, it is obvious you know there are lots of exciting places but here are the top most exhilarating things you should never miss out while being in or of Nepal.

Nepal being located at South-Central Asia with two neighboring countries China and India, is a landlocked countries with different geographical features. Nepal being plenished with variegated Faunas, Shrubs, lofty Himalayas and Hills, agitating scenarios, and many more, embraces the natural pulchritude of Nepal even more.

Here in this blog, I’ll be mentioning the 10 things for your bucket list while travelling Nepal with brief exaggeration including. Though Nepal consists of abundant visiting areas and locations, I will try to include almost all of them.

  1. Everest Sky Diving:

Ever thought to just gambol from a humongous height and plunge on your own towards the gravity ? Sky Diving is the befitting one for all the thrill seekers. And what can be famous outdo amongst all when it is comes up with  Everest (8848m :the highest mountain in the world), belonging to Nepal. One must try this enthralling yet outrageous adventure once in a lifetime. Read more here: Everest SkyDiving

  1. Bungee Jump:

Bungee Jump has become one of the imperative bucket list of every titillate quester. Bhote Koshi River located in Nepal, is the eminent place for bungee jumping in Nepal. The splendid pounce through the bridge at the height 500ft(160m) to the hasty flowing river dwindles your inner soul. If you are a foreigner, tick your adventure with Bungee jumping.

  1. Annapurna Base Camp:

Annapurna Base Camp (ABC)  with the height 8091m, being the highest altitude in the world, is the perfect pursuit for all the travelling freaks. This is the best locale to walk through diverse landscape and culture, completed with rich mountain vistas, terraced fields, quaint Gurung villages and lots of flora and faunas.

  1. Rara Lake:

Pinpointed at Mugu district of Nepal, Rara Lake with its altitude of 2,990m(9,810ft) above the sea level, and a maximum depth of 167 m(548 ft) has been the most prominent travel destinations for all the youngsters and the tourists these days. The foremost visiting time to the lake is September/October and April to May. As elicited from GORP founder Bill Greer, Rara Lake is a shimmering blue jewel set in a ring of snowy peaks and you won’t be able to perceive the real feel unless you yourself visit.

  1. Tilicho Lake:

Tilicho Lake, the very ravishing and eye-catching lake is located at the Manang district of Nepal at an altitude of 4,919 metres (16,138 ft) in the Annapurna range of the Himalayas. It is the highest lake in the world. Also to galvanize the Tilicho trip, let me tell you, a Russian diving team, consisting of Andrei Andryushin, Denis Bakin, and Maxim Gresko, conducted a scuba dive in the lake in 2000. Therefore, pack your bags and get going.

  1. Upper Mustang:

Upper Mustang is formerly a Kingdom of Lo, a remote and isolated region of the Nepalese Himalayas. The region is very captivating and is very famous for tourism. August and October are the peak visiting months. With its solitary kind of existence, Upper Mustang has the various various extraordinary features to visit.

  1. Panch Pokhari:

Panch Pokhari lies in  Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal at an altitude of 4,100 m (13,500 ft). It is the 9th highest altitude wetland in the world. This is the popular destination for Hindus and Buddhists and also for the international foreigners. The views you will see on the way till the destination is very surreal that you want to visit their again and again.

  1. Poon Hill:

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking, also popularly known as Annapurna Sunrise Trekking, or Annapurna Panorama Trekking, is the most preferable destination who doesn’t want to travel the long distance yet wants to get surrounded by the mother nature. Many tourists visit this place for trekking and has provided lots of positive reviews regarding the place.

  1. Gosaikunda Lake:

The surface elevation of Gosaikunda Lake is 4,380 m above the sea level which lies at Rasuwa district. Gosaikunda is a significant place of interest on the Dhunche-Helambu trekking route. The Gosaikunda area has been portrayed as a religious site. Hindu mythology ascribes Gosaikunda as the abode of the Hindu deities Shiva and Gauri. Many tourists are obsessed with the lake and visits yearly in high range of number.

  1. Khaptad National Park and Chitwan National Park:

The Khaptad National Park is the sheltered area located in the Far-Western Region, Nepal covering an area of 225 km2 (87 sq mi). This national park has the current checklist of 23 mammals, 287 birds, and 23 amphibians and reptiles. It has some orthodox of the holy man named “Khaptad Baba”. Interested ? You should visit the place to know about more.

Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal and has been enlisted in the World Heritage Site. It covers an area of 932 km2 (360 sq mi) and is located in Chitwan. Chitwan National Park is one of the famous tourist destination in Nepal. It preserves the large species of wildlife, animals, birds and vegetations. “Bengal Tiger” is the main animal that attracts the tourists to visit this places. The local taste, local living environment and the beautiful nature is what attracts the tourists and make them to come visit again.

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