The purest picture of the ‘Real Nepal’, Kathmandu is one of the most favoured serene- filled tourists’ destination in Nepal. This picturesque region serves its visitors with a startling as well as a pupil-dilating experience accompanied by a pristine essence of the varied sounds and smells at this place. Kathmandu is unequivocally going to prove a heartthrob travel experience even if you are passing across its traffic jammed roads on a rickshaw or engaged in consuming some of its cheap but the highly delectable street food.
Visiting such a splendid spot with an infinite array of the Buddhist’s religious sites is for sure going to be a ‘dream come true’ for millions of travellers from all across the globe. Not only its fascinating sights but the city’s ancient traditions’ ability to run hand in hand with the present day technology is leaving the world speechless.
Pashupatinath Temple, Buddha Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Garden of Dreams, Swoyambhu Mahachaitya
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The royal capital of Nepal and a host to various royal palaces, well-manicured gardens and regal mansions, Kathmandu is the largest metropolis of this Himalayan region. The multiethnic population here contributes to its rich history, art, culture and economy. The scenic beauty of Kathmandu is enchanting and will capture every traveler’s interest and budget. From visiting different temples and architectural beauties to trekking the high mountains, Kathmandu gives you everything. The scenic beauty and grandeur of the Himalayas and the timeless cultural and artistic heritage of the Kathmandu calls for higher footfall of tourists and results in making Kathmandu the commercial center in Nepal.
Situated in the northwestern part of the Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu is the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas. It is the proud home of 7 World Heritage Sites namely Durbur Squares of Hanuman Dhoka, Patan and Bhaktapur, stupas of Swayambhunath and Baudhanath and temple of Pashupati and Changu Narayan. Other sightseeing locations here include Kathesimbhu Stupa (a popular Tibetan pilgrimage sight), KumariBahal (a beautiful courtyard), SwapnaBagaicha (Garden of dreams), and SetoMachhendranath Temple (Jan Bahal) to name a few. The above places will surely attract the dreamy eyes of any art and culture loving traveler.
The beautiful city of Pokhara is bestowed with many shimmering lakes which provide a sense of tranquility and serenity to the city. Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Rupa Lake, Dipang Lake, Devi’s Falls are some of those lakes. Not only are the lakes a tourist attraction but also a home to various flora and fauna.
The fascinating World Peace Temple is the first Peace Pagoda of Nepal which offers great views of the Annapurna Mountains including Fishtail, Daulagiri, Annapurna South and Annapurna III.The caves of Pokara are yet another place of interests for the tourists. The Mahendra Cave, Chamare Gufa (Bat Cave) and Gupteswar Mahadev Cave contributes to the mystics of the city. The tourists also find the museums of Pokhara interesting. One is The International Mountain Museum which gives a peek into the Himalayan people and the fourteen highest peaks and their most famous expeditions. Another one is the Gurkha Memorial Museum which depicts the history of the Gurkha army.
The food is an exquisite combination of Indian and Tibetian which caters to the needs of the population. In short, Pokara brings you closer to nature, providing amazing places bearing rich cultural and artistic heritage and also lashes out your adventurous soul through its wild outdoor activities
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