10 important things to do in Nepal

  1. Try Everest before you die!

    Climbing Mount Everest

    Climbing Mount Everest

Climb the world’s highest mountain on Earth or any other 11 highest peaks all located inNepal. Climbing Everest costs around US $ 50,000 but the view of the Everest and other Himalayas are free. You can also just visit Nepal to just enjoy the great views of Himalayas including the Everest. But summiting them would be better idea. Come to Nepal.

  1. Nagarkot and Sunrise.

nagarkot-sunrise

Nagarkot-sunrise

Wake up early morning and head towards Nagarkot, the quiet town 30KM away from Kathmandu. But better stay in the resort the other night. Watch sunrise from there which will take your breath away. One can also enjoy magnificent view of Himalayas. Nagarkot is located on the rim of Kathmandu Valley at an elevation of 7200 ft. You can have glorifying Himalayan view that extends from Dhaulagiri in the west to beyond Mt. Everest in the east.

  1. Taste Nepali Tea.

    ilam nepal tea

    Ilam Nepali tea

Nepali organic tea is recognized worldwide for its outstanding aroma, brisk, texture and flavor. The cool breezes from the refreshing Himalayan range and young tea bushes contribute to the quality of Nepali Tea. You will be lured by the amazing taste you ever had.

  1. Go trekking.

nepal-trekking

Nepal-trekking

Do a backpack or teahouse trek or self arranged trekking in Solukhumbu, Jugal Himal, Gosaikunda, Helambu, Langtang, Baglung, Jomsom, Tatopani, Ghandruk, Annapurna, Lamudada, Jiri, Gokyo, Everest Base Camp, Namche Bazzar or just about any peaks or trekking trails in Nepal. Whatever be your destination, the fact is you will find Nepal perfect and adventurous.

  1. Nepali cuisine.
Nepali Cuisine

Nepali Cuisine

You should try authentic Nepali food once while you are3 in the country. You will be loving the delicacy and the carving taste of having it. Every hotel, b ig or small can offer you the chance to taste the Nepali cuisine.

 

  1. Speak Nepali Tongue.

    Speak Nepali

    Speak Nepali

Spend just 4 weeks and you could be speaking this awesome Nepali Language in No time. Learn Nepali language, it is fun and exciting. It is simple to understand and easy to speak.

 

  1. Shop in Thamel.
Shop in Thamel

Shop in Thamel

Tempting exquisite souvenirs such as Nepali handicrafts, outstanding Thankas, Nepali garments and mouth watering local and international cuisines virtually web the entireThamel streets. Every single shop thoroughly grabs your attention leaving you helpless and forced to buy them. Take an hour walking in Thamel without shopping a single thing, can you take a challenge?

 

  1. Bungee Jump.

    bunjee jump in Nepal

    bunjee jump in Nepal

Try the most spectacular jump in the world. A 160 m wide steel suspension bridge/ the longest suspension bridge of Nepal offers you a breathe taking 160 m depth, awesome jump of your life time. Try experiencing this jump giving you goose bumps that you won’t forget.

 

  1. Temple city.
Temple City

Temple City

Kathmandu valley is a 218 square miles of land situate above 4400 feet above the sea level with three historic, artistic and cultural towns namely Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. The city of Temples is the another name of Kathmandu Valley. Walk for five minutes in any direction in Kathmandu, you will definitely find a temple in left and right. There are more than 5 temples per square miles in Kathmandu.

 

  1. River Rafting Adventures.

    Rafting in nepal

    Rafting in Nepal

Nepal has some of the best rivers in the world offering you excellent opportunities for river adventures. Intense rapids, gorgeous wilderness areas and lush green valley will multiply your fun. Go for white water river rafting adventures.

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