Nepal Info

Nepal Info

Nepal is one of the richest country in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and latitudinal variation. the elevation of the country range from 60m. above sea leavel to the highest point on earth mt Everest 8,848m. all within a distace of 150km resulting into climatic condition from sub-tropical to Arctic

Area: 1,47,181sq. km

Location: Situated between china in the north and India in the south, east and west

Capital: Kathmandu

Population: 26.49 million

People: Nepal has125 cast/ethnic groups and 123 spoken languages

Language: Nepali is the national language, travel trade people understand and speak english as well

Religion: Nepal is a secular state with a pre dominance of Hindu and Buddhist Population

Curreny: Nepali Rupees

Political System: Federal Democratic republica

Climate: Nepal has four  major seasons 1: Winter: December -February 2: Spring: March -May

3: Summer: June -August 4: Autumn: September-November. monsoons are from june till mid september. Nepal can be visited the whole year and whole year trekking

What to Wear: Light weight clothing is recommended from may through October. Warm garments are required 10October March and umbrella or a raincot is a must for the rain season

Access to Nepal: 1: By Air:Nepal air lines is the National flag carrierof Nepal with flight to \from Delhi,Kula Lumpur, bagkok, doha and Hong kong other internation airlines also operation from \ to kathmandu   2: By Land :a: Pani tanki /Kakarvitta b: Raxul/Birjung c: Sunawali /Belahiys D: Rupaidiya/Nepaljung  E:Mohana/Dhangadi f: Bonbassa/Mahendranagar G: Ghasa,Liping/Tatopani on the tibet China Nepal borde

Nepal Uniquee treasures:

-Mt Everest- Highest peak on Earth

Kumari – The Living goddes

Lumbini- the birth place of Buddha

-tilicho lake-world highest lake

Lomanthang -King dom of Nepal

Mt fistil-holly peak and sacred mountain

World heritage Sites:

Lumbini the birth place of buddha

seven monuments of Kathmandu

chitwan natural heritage

-Sagarmatha Natural heritage

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