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Himalaya Caravan Adventure offers variety of holiday and outdoor programs and activities, in our HCA special package, we do offer all regular programs in special and luxuries way. which is suitable for disable people, busy and less time people. See the awe-inspiring, vast expanse of the great mountains from the unmatched vantage point of a scenic helicopter tour. Our luxury packages are a once in a lifetime experience that cannot be missed. Experience the magic and comfort of a helicopter sightseeing tour and fly over areas where few men have set foot. Helicopter sightseeing tours provide you with a bird’s eye view of the surrounding in comfort and style. We offer variety of options on sightseeing flights. The Heli tour helps you explore the nature & beauty of Nepal in short and convenient way possible. The pilots are very experienced and professionals with thousands of flying hours experience in Nepal.






We serve minimum 1 person for HCA special package, helicopter flight arrangement. The cost gets cheaper when you travel in group of two, four or six.

Tibet

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Tibet, the remote and mainly-Buddhist territory known as the "roof of the world", is governed as an autonomous region of China. Beijing claims a centuries-old sovereignty over the Himalayan region. But the allegiances of many Tibetans lie with the exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, seen by his followers as a living god, but by China as a separatist threat. Tibet has had a tumultuous history, during which it has spent some periods functioning as an independent entity and others ruled by powerful Chinese and Mongolian dynasties. China sent in thousands of troops to enforce its claim on the region in 1950. Some areas became the Tibetan Autonomous Region and others were incorporated into neighbouring Chinese provinces. In 1959, after a failed anti-Chinese uprising, the 14th Dalai Lama fled Tibet and set up a government in exile in India. Most of Tibet's monasteries were destroyed in the 1960s and 1970s during China's Cultural Revolution. Thousands of Tibetans are believed to have been killed during periods of repression and martial law.

Buddhism reached Tibet in the seventh century. The Dalai Lama, or Ocean of Wisdom, is the leading spiritual figure; the Panchen Lama is the second most important figure. Both are seen as the reincarnations of their predecessors. The selection of a Dalai Lama and a Panchen Lama has traditionally followed a strict process. But the Dalai Lama and Beijing are at odds over the 11th incarnation of the Panchen Lama, having identified different youngsters for the role. The Dalai Lama's choice, Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, has not been seen since his detention by the Chinese authorities in 1995. There have been intermittent and indirect contacts between China and the Dalai Lama. The exiled spiritual leader advocates a non-violent, negotiated solution to the Tibet problem and accepts the notion of real autonomy for Tibet under Chinese sovereignty. China has questioned his claims that he does not seek independence. China has also accused the Dalai Lama of inciting the dozens of self-immolations that since 2009 have taken place among Tibetans opposed to Chinese rule. He rejects this and has questioned the effectiveness of such protests. Tibet's economy depends largely on agriculture. Forests and grasslands occupy large parts of the country. The territory is rich in minerals, but poor transport links have limited their exploitation. Tourism is an important revenue earner.


A chronology of key events:-
  • 7th-9th century:- Namri Songzen and descendants begin to unify Tibetan-inhabited areas and conquer neighbouring territories, in competition with China.
  • 822:- Peace treaty with China delineates borders.
  • 1244:- Mongols conquer Tibet. Tibet enjoys considerable autonomy under Yuan Dynasty.
  • 1598:- Mongol Altan Khan makes high lama Sonam Gyatso first Dalai Lama.
  • 1630s-1717:- Tibet involved in power struggles between Manchu and Mongol factions in China.
  • 1624:- First European contact as Tibetans allow Portuguese missionaries to open church. Expelled at lama's insistence in 1745.
  • 1850s:- Russian and British rivalry for control of Central Asia prompts Tibetan government to ban all foreigners and shut borders.
  • 1865:- Britain starts discreetly mapping Tibet.
  • 1907:- Britain and Russia acknowledge Chinese suzerainty over Tibet.
  • 1912 April:- Chinese garrison surrenders to Tibetan authorities after Chinese Republic declared.
  • 1912:- 13th Dalai Lama returns from India, Chinese troops leave.
  • 1913:- Tibet reasserts independence after decades of rebuffing attempts by Britain and China to establish control.
  • 1935:- The man who will later become the 14th Dalai Lama is born to a peasant family in a small village in north-eastern Tibet. Two years later, Buddhist officials declare him to be the reincarnation of the 13 previous Dalai Lamas.
  • 1949:- Mao Zedong proclaims the founding of the People's Republic of China and threatens Tibet with "liberation".
  • 1950:- China enforces a long-held claim to Tibet. The Dalai Lama, now aged 15, officially becomes head of state.
  • 1963:- Foreign visitors are banned from Tibet.
  • 1965:- Chinese government establishes Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR).
  • 1971:- Foreign visitors are again allowed to enter the country.
  • 1988:- China imposes martial law after riots break out.
  • 1989:- The Dalai Lama is awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.
  • 1993:- Talks between China and the Dalai Lama break down.
  • 2008 October:- The Dalai Lama says he has lost hope of reaching agreement with China about the future of Tibet. He suggests that his government-in-exile could now harden its position towards Beijing.
  • 2009 March:- China marks flight of Dalai Lama with new "Serfs' Liberation Day" public holiday. China promotes its appointee as Panchen Lama, the second-highest-ranking Lama, as spokesman for Chinese rule in Tibet. Government reopens Tibet to tourists after a two-month closure ahead of the anniversary.
  • 2011 March:- A Tibetan Buddhist monk burns himself to death in a Tibetan-populated part of Sichuan Province in China, becoming the first of 12 monks and nuns in 2011 to make this protest against Chinese rule over Tibet.
  • 2011 November:- The Dalai Lama formally hands over his political responsibilities to Lobsang Sangay, a former Harvard academic. Before stepping down, the Dalai Lama questions the wisdom and effectiveness of self-immolation as a means of protesting against Chinese rule in Tibet.
  • 2013 February:- The London-based Free Tibet group says further self-immolations bring to over 100 the number of those who have resorted to this method of protest since March 2011.
  • 2013 June:- China denies allegations by rights activists that it has resettled two million Tibetans in "socialist villages".


Planning a tour to Tibet is an excitement in itself as the land is so different, unusual and mystical than the rest of the world. Tibet is an exotic place, a land of ancient Buddhist culture, centuries old monasteries and uniquely beautiful desert terrain. Tibet has remained a mysterious land until recent past, cut off from the rest of the world by the mighty Himalayas.

With our well designed Tibet tour packages, we will help you to experience the authentic Tibet with its fascinating Gompas, wandering nomads, ancient markets and amazing turquoise lakes. To travel to Tibet before modern changes take place is an exotic experience. Whether you are in a look for a cultural tour to Lhasa, an overland adventure to Everest base camp or trekking tours to its mountains and lakes, you will find here complete Tibet holidays.

Tibet tours from Kathmandu : As a Kathmandu based Tibet tour operator, we can organize your flights , visa and Tibet travel permits with minimum of hassles and can provide you first hand information. Flights and visas are organized here easier than elsewhere, Kathmandu serving as the gateway for tours to Tibet. We also cater for those traveling Tibet from mainland China & Hong Kong.
Bhutan

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Bhutan is a tiny, remote and impoverished kingdom nestling in the Himalayas between its powerful neighbours, India and China. Almost completely cut off for centuries, it has tried to let in some aspects of the outside world while fiercely guarding its ancient traditions. The Bhutanese name for Bhutan, Druk Yul, means "Land of the Thunder Dragon" and it only began to open up to outsiders in the 1970s.

Bhutan's ancient Buddhist culture and breathtaking scenery make it a natural tourist attraction. Tourism is restricted; visitors must travel as part of a pre-arranged package or guided tour. Backpackers and independent travellers are discouraged. National dress is compulsory - the knee-length wrap-around "gho" for men and the ankle-length dress known as the "kira" for women. The Bhutanese monarchy has also promoted the philosophy of "Gross National Happiness" (GNH), which strives to achieve a balance between the spiritual and the material. But by the 1990s, attempts to stress the majority Buddhist culture and the lack of any political representation had led to deep resentment among the ethnic Nepali community in the south

Mythical Bhutan Travels combines all Tours, Trekking, and Adventures of both the mind and the body. Generally our tours combine with short hikes or also sometime with long treks (and walks for less energetic and aged ones). For others who do not like physical exercises, we provide cultural trips for those keen on exploring Bhutan’s artistic, religious and cultural heritage, and nature adventures such as Birds, animals and flower watching, sightseeing and trips to country’s prized parks and sanctuaries for nature lovers. Mythical Bhutan Travels will also arrange tailor made programs for their clients.



A chronology of key events Timeline:-
  • 1907:- Ugyen Wangchuck is chosen as hereditary ruler.
  • 1910:- Treaty signed with British giving them control over Bhutan's foreign relations.
  • 1949:- Treaty signed with newly-independent India guaranteeing non-interference in Bhutan's internal affairs, but allowing Delhi influence over foreign relations.
  • 1952:- Reformist monarch Jigme Dorji Wangchuck succeeds to throne.
  • 1952:- National assembly established.
  • 1971:- Bhutan joins United Nations.
  • 1974:- First foreign tourists allowed in.
  • 1989:- Nepali ceases to be a language of instruction in schools.
  • 1990:- Violent ethnic unrest and anti-government protests in southern Bhutan pressing for greater democracy and respect for Nepali rights. Bhutan People's Party begins campaign of violence. Thousands of ethnic Nepalis flee to Nepal.
  • 1993:- Bhutan and Nepal try to resolve refugee problem.
  • 1996:- Nepal demands all 80,000 or so refugees should be accepted back by Bhutan.
  • 1997:- Amnesty International raises serious concerns over human rights situation in southern Bhutan.
  • 2007:- February - Bhutan signs a landmark agreement with India which revises ties with its neighbour, giving Bhutan more say over its foreign and defence policies.
  • 2008:- November - Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck is crowned king. India alleges links between Assamese separatists and Bhutan dissident Druk National Congress.
  • 2013:- July - Parliamentary elections: opposition People's Democratic Party wins 32 seats in the lower house, against the incumbent Druk Phuensum Tshogpa party's 15 seats.



Facts:-
  • Full name:- Kingdom of Bhutan
  • Population:- 750,000 (UN, 2012)
  • Capital and largest city:- Thimphu
  • Area:- 38,364 sq km (14,812 sq miles)
  • Major language:- Dzongkha (official)
  • Major religions:- Buddhism (official), Hinduism
  • Life expectancy:- 66 years (men), 70 years (women) (UN)
  • Monetary unit:- 1 ngultrum = 100 chetrum
  • Main exports:- Electricity, timber, cement, agricultural products, handicrafts
  • GNI per capita:- US $2,130 (World Bank, 2011)
  • Internet domain:- .bt
  • International dialing code:- +975

 
Nepal

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With its ancient culture and the Himalayas as a backdrop, landlocked Nepal has a beautifual and romantic image. Nepal, A very interesting geography as it is a relatively small country which lies in between the respectively larger countries of India and the Tibetan Autonomous region of China. Nepal is land locked country, as it shares three quarters of its borders with India (south, east and west) and the remaining northern border by arid Tibetan plateau, China.

Nepal, is the most desirable destination to visit in the world. Where, The geography is very mountainous and as such, it is host to the Himalayas in the north of the country which contains Mount Everest (8,848m.); the highest mountain in the world. The majority of the other Himalayan peaks exceed more than 8,000 meters in height. The most famous of these mountains include Kanchenjunga (8,598 meters) and Dhaulagiri (8,137 meters) and many more...

The geography of the Southern part which contains excellent fertile and beautiful landscapes with vast biodiversity and is the home of 848 different species of birds and 550 mammals reptiles and with exotic flora and fauna. It is host to marshes, forests and wildlife such as world’s unique One Horn Rhino, Crocodiles, Bengal Tiger and so on. Due to the diverse land geography within these zones, the weather and climatic conditions are clearly very different.

Nepal is unusual, unique and exotic where the world travelers found it absorbing, mystical and captivating. So much has been said, written and read but a visit to our exotic destinations still remain a personal experience that will last a lifetime. Its ancient cultures, deep-rooted traditions, absorbing history, natural beauty, wondrous architecture, awe-inspiring palaces and forts add new dimensions to the pleasures of travel and vacation with exquisite sculptures and carvings are considered work of art and masterpieces.



A chronology of key events TImeline:-
  • 1768:- Gurkha ruler Prithvi Narayan Shah conquers Kathmandu and lays foundations for unified kingdom.
  • 1792:- Nepalese expansion halted by defeat at hands of Chinese in Tibet.
  • 1814:- 16 - Anglo-Nepalese War; culminates in treaty which establishes Nepal's current boundaries.
  • 1846:- Nepal falls under sway of hereditary chief ministers known as Ranas, who dominate the monarchy and cut off country from outside world.
  • 1923:- Treaty with Britain affirms Nepal's sovereignty.
  • 1953:- New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Nepal's Sherpa Tenzing Norgay become the first climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
  • 1955:- Nepal joins the United Nations.
  • 2001:- 1 June - King Birendra, Queen Aishwarya and other close relatives killed in shooting spree by drunken Crown Prince Dipendra, who then shoots himself
  • 2001:- Prince Gyanendra crowned King
  • 2007:- December - Parliament approves abolition of monarchy as part of peace deal with Maoists, who agree to re-join government.
  • 2008:- April - Former Maoist rebels win the largest bloc of seats in elections to the new Constituent Assembly (CA), but fail to achieve an outright majorit
  • 2008:- May - Nepal becomes a republic.
  • 2008:- July - Ram Baran Yadav becomes Nepal's first president.
  • 2008:- August - Maoist leader Prachanda forms coalition government, with Nepali Congress going into opposition.
  • 2013:- March - Chief justice Khil Raj Regmi is appointed head of an interim unity government.

Fact:-
  • Population:- 31 million (UN, 2012)
  • Capital:- Kathmandu
  • Area:- 147,181 sq km (56,827 sq miles)
  • Major language:- Nepali,English
  • Major religions:- Hinduism, Buddhism
  • Life expectancy:- 68 years (men), 70 years (women) (UN)
  • Monetary unit:- 1 Nepalese rupee = 100 paisa
  • Internet domain:- .np
  • International dialling code:- +977
 

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One Week Nepal Tour

One Week Nepal Tour

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With its ancient culture and the Himalayas as a backdrop, landlocked Nepal has a beautifual and romantic image. Nepal, A very interesting geography as it is a relatively small country which lies in between the respectively larger countries of India and the Tibetan Autonomous region of China. Nepal is land locked country, as it shares three quarters of its borders with India (south, east and west) and the remaining northern border by arid Tibetan plateau, China

Himalaya Caravan Adventure offers diifferents veriety and duration of tours in Nepal. Such as Heritage tour, Cultural tour and Adventure tours.


Chitwan National Park
The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is a world heritage property, and it also contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone.
It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile. The another super things is local tharu ethnic culture and hospitality.
 
Jungle Safari
A typical 3-nights/4-days jungle safari includes wildlife safari on elephants, canoe ride to watch the crocodiles and water birds, rural tour to view the lifestyle of the indigenous Tharu people, and nature walks to see the tropical exotic flora and fauna. Apart from the jungle safari, the Elephant Breeding Center and Gharial Crocodile Farm, where these animals and reptiles have been successfully bred in captivity, are worth a visit.

Birdwatching
The park is a great place to watch colorful birds like woodpecker, hornbill, Bengal florican and red-headed trogon. Winter birds such as waterfowls, Brahminy duck, pintails and bareheaded geese are drawn by the sanctuary of the park’s rivers. In summers, the forest is alive with nesting migrants such as the fabulous paradise flycatcher, the Indian pitta and parakeets. Winter birds include migratory birds from Siberia.


Pokhara
Pokhara is set against the magnificent Annapurna range. This valley is dominated by the Annapurna range in the north and various lakes. Pokhara is a base for all treks to the Annapurna region. Pokhara Valely and the surrounding hills disintegrated into small kingdoms, frequently at war with each other these were called the Chaubise Rajya or the Twenty four Kingdoms.Pokhara is the starting and as well as finishing point for some of the most popular treks including the Annapurna region Trek. The best time to visit Pokhara is from October to April as during the summers, it is quite hot and humid compare to Kathmandu.
Major Attraction of Pokhara:

International Mountain Museum
Karma Dubgyu Choling Nyeshang Monastery
Mahendra Caves
The Phewa Lake
Sunrise View from Sarangkot
David Falls
Tibetian Refugee camp





Lumbini
Lumbini is the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Ever since then, the city has always continued to be the central point of Buddhism. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected one of his commemorative pillars there. The site is now being developed as a Buddhist pilgrimage centre. Now Lumbini is UNESCO world heritage listed peace land. Lumbini, in the present times is a small quiet town in the southwestern Terai plains of Nepal, where the ruins of the old city can still be observed. The followers of both Hinyana and Mahayana sects of Buddhism worship Lumbini. The furbished up garden and the environs of Lumbini have the remnants of many of the ancient Stupas and monasteries. A large stone pillar is said to be set up by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka in 250 BC which bears a message about the birth of Gautama Buddha. The Nepali goverment does provide some pice of land inside Limbini premisies to intrested Nation to built their own types of Monastry or buddhist religious structure. so now we can visit various country's their own types of buddhist religious structure in Lumbini.
Major attraction of Lumbini:

Ashoka Pillar
Maya Devi Temple
Various Nation's Monastry
Kapilvastu
Devdaha
Dharmaswami Maharaja Buddha Vihara
Village Tour




Kathmandu

Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square, also known as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square is located in the heart of Kathmandu. Kings were crowned here in the ancient times and they ruled the kingdom from here. It houses various temples of Hindu gods as well as goddess. The city stands proof for the traditional architecture with palaces, courtyards and temples constructed between 12th and 18th centuries. It is declared as a Cultural Heritage Site. Taleju Temple and Hanuman Dhoka are major tourist attractions here.
 

Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Squar is the city is also known, is a museum of medieval art and architecture with many examples of sculpture, woodcarving and colossal pagoda temples consecrated to different gods and goddesses which is 15 km far from Kathmandu. It is a conglomeration of pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty-five window palace of brick and wood. The square is one of the most charming architectural showpieces of the Valley as it highlights the ancient arts of Nepal. The golden effigies of kings perched on the top of stone monoliths, the guardian deities looking out from their sanctuaries, the wood carvings in every place-struts, lintels, uprights, tympanums, gateways and windows-all seem to form a well-orchestrated symphony. Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries.
The Major attraction of Bhaktapur Darbar Square:

55 Window Palace
Golden Gate
Lion's Gate
Mini Pashupati Temple
Vatsala Temple
Nyatapola Temple
Bhairava Nath Temple

 
 
Patan Durbar Square
Patan, the oldest of all the three cities of Kathmandu valley. It is the best known for its artistic heritage. It is probably one of the oldest Buddhist City in the world. The city is situated on a plateau across Bagmati River. Another name of Patan, is Lalitpur. The city is surrounded by 4Stupas as 4 corners of Patan, one at each corner of its cardinal points. These stupas are said to have been built by the famous Emperor Ashoka. This is one of the most elegant architectural treasures of which Patan is very proud.
The Major attraction of Patan Darbar Square:

Patan Museum
Hiranya Varna Mahavihar
Golden Window
Mahabouddha Temple
Golden Temple
Krishna Temple

 
Boudhanath Stupa
Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world. It is a perfect location to experience the bliss of nature. You can have a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains from the base of the Stupa. An important specialty of this place is that it is the center of Tibetan Buddhism away from its homeland. One of the revered places for South Asian Buddhists, Boudhanath Stupa is declared as World Heritage Site.
 
Swayambhunath Temple
The temple, famously called the monkey temple, is located at the top of a hill. It acquires the name ‘monkey temple’ owing to the great number of monkeys that guard Swayambhunath Temple. Constructed before 5th century, the temple is declared a World Heritage Site. Regardless of one’s religious faith, the Temple is going to create an instant adoration owing to its architectural splendor. You need to climb 365 stairs to reach the temple. Of course, for those who have difficulty in climbing, facility to reach the place by car is available.
 
Pashupatinath Temple
Pashupatinath Temple is one of the important tourist spots in Kathmandu. You get to see the culture and traditions of Hinduism. The place brings in you mixed emotions. On one side, you get to see the ancient culture and hear the chanting of prayers and on the other side, you can find the dead being cremated. A compelling place that makes you ponder about life and death. Up above, in the forest, you will find tranquility and can enjoy oneness with nature.
 
Thamel
A very different experience awaits you at Thamel. It is a noisy place and you might wonder how to shop here. Well, you could and have a whale of a time here as you could find a lot on offer. It is an interesting place bubbling with activity. The small streets and the packed shops have more than you could ever imagine. From normal shirts to trekking costumes, you find a lot here. You could buy souvenirs for your family and friends.

 
Kathmandu

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Himalaya Caravan Adventure offers folloing cultural and heritage tour inside Kathmandu.
 
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square, also known as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square is located in the heart of Kathmandu. Kings were crowned here in the ancient times and they ruled the kingdom from here. It houses various temples of Hindu gods as well as goddess. The city stands proof for the traditional architecture with palaces, courtyards and temples constructed between 12th and 18th centuries. It is declared as a Cultural Heritage Site. Taleju Temple and Hanuman Dhoka are major tourist attractions here.
 


Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Squar is the city is also known, is a museum of medieval art and architecture with many examples of sculpture, woodcarving and colossal pagoda temples consecrated to different gods and goddesses which is 15 km far from Kathmandu. It is a conglomeration of pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty-five window palace of brick and wood. The square is one of the most charming architectural showpieces of the Valley as it highlights the ancient arts of Nepal. The golden effigies of kings perched on the top of stone monoliths, the guardian deities looking out from their sanctuaries, the wood carvings in every place-struts, lintels, uprights, tympanums, gateways and windows-all seem to form a well-orchestrated symphony. Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries.
The Major attraction of Bhaktapur Darbar Square:
55 Window Palace

Golden Gate

Lion's Gate

Mini Pashupati Temple

Vatsala Temple

Nyatapola Temple

Bhairava Nath Temple

 
 
Patan Durbar Square
Patan, the oldest of all the three cities of Kathmandu valley. It is the best known for its artistic heritage. It is probably one of the oldest Buddhist City in the world. The city is situated on a plateau across Bagmati River. Another name of Patan, is Lalitpur. The city is surrounded by 4Stupas as 4 corners of Patan, one at each corner of its cardinal points. These stupas are said to have been built by the famous Emperor Ashoka. This is one of the most elegant architectural treasures of which Patan is very proud.
The Major attraction of Patan Darbar Square:
Patan Museum

Hiranya Varna Mahavihar

Golden Window

Mahabouddha Temple

Golden Temple

Krishna Temple

 
Boudhanath Stupa
Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world. It is a perfect location to experience the bliss of nature. You can have a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains from the base of the Stupa. An important specialty of this place is that it is the center of Tibetan Buddhism away from its homeland. One of the revered places for South Asian Buddhists, Boudhanath Stupa is declared as World Heritage Site.
 
Swayambhunath Temple
The temple, famously called the monkey temple, is located at the top of a hill. It acquires the name ‘monkey temple’ owing to the great number of monkeys that guard Swayambhunath Temple. Constructed before 5th century, the temple is declared a World Heritage Site. Regardless of one’s religious faith, the Temple is going to create an instant adoration owing to its architectural splendor. You need to climb 365 stairs to reach the temple. Of course, for those who have difficulty in climbing, facility to reach the place by car is available.
 
Pashupatinath Temple
Pashupatinath Temple is one of the important tourist spots in Kathmandu. You get to see the culture and traditions of Hinduism. The place brings in you mixed emotions. On one side, you get to see the ancient culture and hear the chanting of prayers and on the other side, you can find the dead being cremated. A compelling place that makes you ponder about life and death. Up above, in the forest, you will find tranquility and can enjoy oneness with nature.
 
Thamel
A very different experience awaits you at Thamel. It is a noisy place and you might wonder how to shop here. Well, you could and have a whale of a time here as you could find a lot on offer. It is an interesting place bubbling with activity. The small streets and the packed shops have more than you could ever imagine. From normal shirts to trekking costumes, you find a lot here. You could buy souvenirs for your family and friends.
Pokhara

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Pokhara is set against the magnificent Annapurna range. This valley is dominated by the Annapurna range in the north and various lakes. Pokhara is a base for all treks to the Annapurna region. Pokhara Valely and the surrounding hills disintegrated into small kingdoms, frequently at war with each other these were called the Chaubise Rajya or the Twenty four Kingdoms.Pokhara is the starting and as well as finishing point for some of the most popular treks including the Annapurna region Trek. The best time to visit Pokhara is from October to April as during the summers, it is quite hot and humid compare to Kathmandu.
 
Major Attraction of Pokhara:
International Mountain Museum

Karma Dubgyu Choling Nyeshang Monastery

Mahendra Caves

The Phewa Lake

Sunrise View from Sarangkot

Devi Falls

Tibetian Refugee camp

Peace Pagoda

The Great Panoramic view of Annapurna and Fistail mountain


 
Lumbini

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Lumbini is the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Ever since then, the city has always continued to be the central point of Buddhism. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected one of his commemorative pillars there. The site is now being developed as a Buddhist pilgrimage centre. Now Lumbini is UNESCO world heritage listed peace land. Lumbini, in the present times is a small quiet town in the southwestern Terai plains of Nepal, where the ruins of the old city can still be observed. The followers of both Hinyana and Mahayana sects of Buddhism worship Lumbini. The furbished up garden and the environs of Lumbini have the remnants of many of the ancient Stupas and monasteries. A large stone pillar is said to be set up by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka in 250 BC which bears a message about the birth of Gautama Buddha. The Nepali goverment does provide some pice of land inside Limbini premisies to intrested Nation to built their own types of Monastry or buddhist religious structure. so now we can visit various country's their own types of buddhist religious structure in Lumbini.
 
Major attraction of Lumbini:

Ashoka Pillar

Maya Devi Temple

Various Nation's Monastry

Kapilvastu

Devdaha

Dharmaswami Maharaja Buddha Vihara

Village Tour

 
 
Chitwan

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Chitwan National Park
The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is a world heritage property, and it also contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone.
It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile. The another super things is local tharu ethnic culture and hospitality.
 
 
Jungle Safari
A typical 3-nights/4-days jungle safari includes wildlife safari on elephants, canoe ride to watch the crocodiles and water birds, rural tour to view the lifestyle of the indigenous Tharu people, and nature walks to see the tropical exotic flora and fauna. Apart from the jungle safari, the Elephant Breeding Center and Gharial Crocodile Farm, where these animals and reptiles have been successfully bred in captivity, are worth a visit.
 
Birdwatching
The park is a great place to watch colorful birds like woodpecker, hornbill, Bengal florican and red-headed trogon. Winter birds such as waterfowls, Brahminy duck, pintails and bareheaded geese are drawn by the sanctuary of the park’s rivers. In summers, the forest is alive with nesting migrants such as the fabulous paradise flycatcher, the Indian pitta and parakeets. Winter birds include migratory birds from Siberia.

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