Nepal is a small and peaceful landlocked country inclosed by India and China situated at the lap of Himalayas. Nepal owns various diverse destinations as the country is beautifully installed by three phases of landscapes. It offers tourists various amazing destinations like historical and cultural places to wonderful places decorated by nature herself.
The traveler may choose a historical tour of Lumbini: the birthplace of Lord Buddha and Janaki Temple in the Terai region of Nepal. Tour to Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park, and homestay at Tharu village in a plain geographic region of Nepal makes you feel unique cultures and climates.
The hilly region of Nepal offers short to long day hill hiking and several historical and beautiful places to explore the next diverse destination in Nepal. The trekking to the Himalayas starts from the hilly region of Nepal that takes you to the high altitude region over the Himalayas. Kathmandu valley and Pokhara valley are top attractions of this region. You will get a chance to explore 7 different UNESCO World Heritage sites inside the Kathmandu valley. The beautiful city Pokhara offers a splendid series of lakes, caves, and temples. The Annapurna region trekking starts from Pokhara.
As Nepal is a country with lots of diverse destinations, Himalayan region offers hundreds of unique destinations having lots of diversities and similarities. Adventurous trekking to Everest region, Annapurna region, Langtang region, and upper Dolpo region offers you the magnificent landscapes with stunning vistas of high massifs. Walking through the glaciers and avalanches would be the unique exploration of your life.
Here we have categorized various diverse destinations that are in Nepal.
- Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters)
- Annapurna Base Camp (4,130 meters)
- Gokyo Lakes (4,750 meters)
- Tilicho Lakes (4,919 meters)
- Upper Mustang (3,810 meters)
- Rara Lake (2,990 meters)
- Makalu Base Camp/Valley (4,870 meters)
- Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5,143 meters)
- Manaslu valley
- Nar-Phu valley
- Kathmandu Valley (1,340 meters)
- Panch Pokhari Lake (4,100 meters)
- Gosainkunda Lake (4,380 meters)
- Pokhara (850 meters)
- Chitwan National Park (415 meters)
- Lumbini (150 meters)
- Janakpur (74 meters)
Although Nepal covers only 0.03% of the total land surface of the earth, it is home to 35 different types of forests, 9.3 % of the bird species, 1.6 % of the reptile species, 4.5 % of the mammal species, 1 % of the fish species and 2.7 % of the flowering plants. Nepal is a geographically diverse country where you could find three different landscapes within 200 kilometers of range. High Himalayas on the northern side that owns the world’s highest peak to plain Terai region. There are 3,808 glaciers and 1,466 glacial lakes in the Himalayan region of Nepal including the highest altitude lake of the world i.e. Tilicho lake at an elevation of 4,919 meters from sea level. The hilly region is covered by dense forests of different plants and fast-flowing glacial rivers which is home to thousands of birds and animals.