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38 Reasons Why Should You Visit Nepal For ‘Once In A Lifetime’ Experience 16 comments


1 Because Nepal is absolutely beautiful

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2 Because guests are treated as Gods (Atithi Devo Bhavaḥ)

Atithideveo bhava-Guests-are-god in Nepal

Photo: aranyam

 

3 Because world’s best trekking route Annapurna region is here

Annapurna trekking nepal

Photo world-discovery.co.uk

 

4 You take your breath away in natural bungee jump above 160 meters

Bungee jump in bhotekoshi nepal

Photo : plantours.com.np

 

5 Everyday journeys are not less adventurous either

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6 Because Nepal is affordable

7 Nepal has been a center for spiritual awakening, yoga and meditation for several years

8 Because Lord Gautama Buddha was born in Lumbini and now it is in Nepal

Lumbini, birthplace of Lord Buddha, Photo nepaltrekking.com

Lumbini, birthplace of Lord Buddha, Photo nepaltrekking.com

 

9 Because in Nepal everyday is a festival

Sindure Jatra at Bhaktapur Photo demotix.com

Sindure Jatra at Bhaktapur Photo demotix.com

 

10 And you can’t afford to miss beautiful Kathmandu valley

Kathamandu valley

11 We all know the tallest peak is there but Nepal also has 8 other highest peaks of the world including Mt. Everest

Photo wkipedia

Photo wkipedia

 

12 Don’t worry if you can’t climb the Everest, you can experience with your naked eyes by mountain flight

Photo Gandaki tours and travels

Photo Gandaki tours and travels

 

13 Because Nepal bandhs are fun sometimes 😉

14 Because you don’t want to miss one of the friendliest people on earth

15 It is less than 2 hours flight from New Delhi, India

16 You can be amazed to see the religious harmony among Nepalis

17 Because English is widely spoken

18 Because Nepal has several UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Photo: depositphotos

Photo: depositphotos

19 Because heaven exists and it is truly here in Pokhara

Pokhara

 

20 Because this small village, Bandipur in west of Nepal has so much to offer

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21 Visit South as Nepal is differently beautiful over there

Janakpurdham

Janakpurdham

 

22 Because only living Goddess Kumari lives here

A Kumari, or living Goddess, sits on a palanquin carried by devotees towards the Ghode Jatra festival, an annual horse-racing festival, in Katmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, March, 22, 2012. According to legend, the festival is held to celebrate the victory over a demon named Tundi who lived in the area known as Tundikhel and is believed that the clamor of horses' hooves on Ghode Jatra keeps the demon's sprit away. (AP Photo/Binod Joshi)

A Kumari, or living Goddess, sits on a palanquin carried by devotees towards the Ghode Jatra festival, an annual horse-racing festival, in Katmandu, (AP Photo/Binod Joshi)

 

23  Because you can travel Tibet from here easily

24 Because Nepalese love foreigners

25 Nepal is relatively safe for tourists

26 Bhedetar, because not only Prince Charles was here but it is also a  perfect hill station
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27 Because mountain bike is challenging yet fun in Nepal

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28  Because wildlife safaris experience in many national parks can be unforgettable experience in Nepal

 

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29  Nepal is home to more than 200 beautiful lakes below majestic mountains

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30 Because they offer you Dal-bhat-tarkari (main food) wherever you go

Photo pixgood.com

Photo pixgood.com

 

31 Because you can see world cup in Nepal i.e. World Elephant polo championship

World elephant polo champoinship

World elephant polo championship

 

32 Because one of the world’s greatest Hindu shrines Pashupatinath temple is here

Pashupatinath

 

33 Because paragliding in Pokhara can be truly a lifetime experience

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34 Tenzing – Hillary airport Lukla, Gateway to Mt Everest. Because it is rated as the most extreme airport in the world and your heart will never beat faster than this

Lukla airport Nepal, Photo : startribune.com

Lukla airport Nepal, Photo : startribune.com

 

35 Backpackers heaven Thamel has everything for tourists

Backpackers heaven Thamel, photo nydor.com

Backpackers heaven Thamel, photo exposedplanet.com

 

36 Because this is ultimate experience : Everest skydive

Everest skydive in Nepal photo everstskydive.comEverest skydive in Nepal photo everstskydive.com

Everest skydive in Nepal photo everstskydive.com

 

37 Seeing Nepal through water is a great idea, rafting in Nepal’s amazing rivers

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38 Because you can take the most amazing pictures here

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16 thoughts on “38 Reasons Why Should You Visit Nepal For ‘Once In A Lifetime’ Experience

  • diwash

    because lumbini was an independent state when buddha was born. nepal formally was established after king prithvi narayan shah’s unification campaign. before 1825 b.s i.e. before the victory over kathmandu valley the term nepal was used only for kathmandu valley. the gorkhalis unified kathmandu along with different independent states at that time and the term nepal came into use for the whole nation that gorkali had unified.so lumbini is in nepal now and it was an independent state when buddha was born.

  • Ashish Maharjan

    Sorry to say this but the image in support of point number 10 is wrong. Its not kathmandu. It is mangal bazar in patan and not in kathmandu. Rest all are upto the mark

  • Narendra Tamang

    as your name suggests “Gundruk Post”, no wonder some of the wording are like “Gundruk” itself meaning embarrassingly immature and laughable. It’s a shame that such an important subject heading and such a low grade English from media and twisting of facts like Birth place of Buddha is “now” in Nepal.

    • Rajeev

      Well, the wording is technically correct. During the birth of Lord Buddha, there were no countries, so Nepal wasn’t born yet. But now if one has to go visit the birth place of Lord Buddha, you have to visit Lumbini, Nepal.

  • Sunil Pokharel

    I disagree with point number 13, even the emoticon follows next to it, it is neither funny nor the pride for us. This gives wrong impression on foreign visitors. So, let’s keep our internal issues upto its internal limit. All good to be shown and any bad is to be solved, not to be made joke out of it in public. Jai hos.

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