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Things to do in Nepal
Chitwan - try rafting at the Royal Chitwan National Park
The Royal Chitwan National Park was created in 1973, and gained World Heritage Site status in 1984. It consists of nearly 1,000 square miles of sub tropical lowlands and forest. Formerly the hunting area of the royal family, the park is still home to numerous wild animals including Bengal tigers, Indian elephants and rhinos. There are many places where you can stay in the park, and there are also opportunities to participate in rafting and kayaking trips.
Dhulikhel - enjoy the stunning mountain views
The mountain views at Dhulikhel, in the central part of Nepal, not far from Kathmandu are some of the most spectacular in the world, as this is the home of the Himalayas. Frequently the major peak of Mount Annapurna can be seen above the clouds, seemingly floating in the air. There are over 20 major peaks that can be seen on a clear day. Some of the best hiking trails are available in the region. One trail crossing the whole region, takes up to 100 days to cover and complete.
Kathmandu - see several temples at the Durbar Square
Kathmandu is an ancient city with many hidden squares and temples to visit. One of the more famous of these is Durbar Square, which was previously known as the Hanuman Dhoka Palace Complex, which was once the home of the Nepalese royal family. There is plenty to see here including several temples and statues of gods, as well as ornate carvings all around the buildings, some of them quite erotic.
Pokhara - stroll around Phewa Lake
Phewa Lake in Pokhara is the second largest lake in Nepal. It is famous for its magnificent reflections of Mount Machapuchare, which is part of the Annapurna Mountains, that surround the region, and is one of the few mountains in the area where climbing is forbidden. The lake is not deep but still supports some fishing. It is pleasant to walk around, as there are a number of restaurants and hotels dotted around the outskirts of the lake, where you can stop off to dine or have a restful drink, while enjoying the views.
Introduction of Nepal
Dominated by the Himalayas and nestled between Tibet and India, Nepal is one of the most spiritual destinations in the world. It mainly appeals to those interested in religion as well as adventure tourists keen on taking on some of the fierce challenges offered by its harsh landscape. Most travellers get here by flying into the capital, Kathmandu, where visas are available on arrival. The city hosts some of the country's UNESCO sites, such as Durbar Square, home to the Kasthamandap, a wooden house which lends its name to the city. From here, many independent travellers move on to Pokhara, one of the largest cities in the country and a well-known trekking centre. The best way to explore the surrounding areas is by bicycle or motorbike. Guests can ride up to the World Peace Pagoda or Sarangkot for the most scenic views, and then spend the night in one of Sarangkot's Nepal hotels. Alternatively, they can return to Pokhara for a taste of its vibrant nightlife. The most important Buddhist pilgrimage site is Boudhanath, home to a huge pagoda and no less than 29 monasteries.