5 destinations you must visit if you are going to Nepal this year

In South Asia, Nepal is a stunning country that borders India to the east, south, and west as well as China to the north. Especially Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, it is a well-known tourist destination for its stunning alpine beauty. Additionally, with its numerous ancient temples and monuments, Nepal has a rich cultural heritage. If you are interested in both history and religion, we advise you to visit Lumbini. The founder of Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, was born in Lumbini. You can also visit the Maya Devi Temple, which is thought to be the location of Buddha’s birth. You can also explore the Lumbini Garden, which includes a number of temples and monasteries.

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Places you can visit in Nepal

1. Kathmandu Valley – Seven Monument Zones make up the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site, which is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas. According to UNESCO, these monument zones include Kathmandu’s (Hanuman Dhoka), Patan’s, and Bhaktapur’s Durbar squares or urban centres, as well as the holy complexes of Swayambhu, Bauddhanath, Pashupati, and Changu Narayan.

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2. Lumbini-  A pilgrimage place swiftly gained notoriety in Lumbini’s well-known gardens, where Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. One of the pilgrims was the Indian king Ashoka, who built one of his monuments there, the Ashoka Pillar. According to the district of Gorakhpur’s official website, the pillar contains the oldest inscription in all of Nepal.

3. Pokhara- Pokhara’s serene beauty has served as an inspiration for many travel authors. The government website of Nepal refers to it as “the jewel in the Himalaya,” a location of remarkable natural disposition, due to its clean air, lovely backdrop of snowy peaks, turquoise lakes, and surrounding flora.

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4. Janakpur- For many years, Indian tourists have placed a special emphasis on Janakpur, which is known as the heart of Hindu culture in Nepal’s Terai plains. Similar to how the late King Bhumibol expressed a strong affinity to Janakpur as a Mithila cultural centre, Janakpur is very appealing to Thai tourists.

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5. Chitwan National Park- At the base of the Himalayas, Chitwan is one of the few intact pockets of the ‘Terai’ region, which originally covered parts of India and Nepal. It has a remarkably varied flora and fauna. One of the last groups of single-horned Asiatic rhinos and a Bengal tiger habitat can be found in the park.