Mark your calendars for the years 2022 or 2023 or 2024 because a magical destination awaits your arrival. Snuggling between two large countries; China in the north and India in the south, Nepal, in South Asia, embrace the countless rows of titanic white Himalayas to the lush emerald hills of the central belt and into the fertile plains of the Terai in the southern region. The exceptionally well-crafted geographical and topographical assortment has promoted diversity in various aspects of Nepal’s treasures including culture, population, wildlife, and flora. Despite only occupying 0.03 percent of the world’s surface, Nepal has been gifted with thousands of destinations that have the advantage of varieties within varieties. All these destinations are so full of life that visiting them once is not enough. Built on the cultural beliefs of hospitality and kindness, Nepal is an all-friendly territory so no matter if you’re travelling alone, with your partner, or the whole family, everyone will have their own share of fun and knowledgeable lifetime experiences on every journey. With the plethora of options for your own customizable holiday experience in any part of the country, some majority favourites remain the breathtakingly ethereal treks of Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, Dolpa, Rara, and Mustang in the Himalayan region whereas the central belt is famous for the historical and cultural centres in the Kathmandu valley. Terai is a whole new realm of the mesh between man and nature where one can truly experience naturally Nepal.
Visit Nepal Year 2020 Campaign should be re-organized in 2023 or in 2024
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Visit Nepal Year 2020 Campaign should be re-organized in 2023 or in 2024
So, why wait for 2023 or 2024 might be your question. There’s no hard and fast rule to it. You can experience Nepal even before that. However, 2023 brings the auspicious initiative of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) called ‘Visit Nepal 2023’ to attempt to share Nepal’s natural, cultural and historical wonders to foreign tourists with efforts to promote a number of tourist-targeted destinations and activities around the country. The aim of Visit Nepal 2023 or 2024 is to welcome almost 2 million tourists within that year which is double the amount as of now. Tourism is one of the major sectors in Nepal which promotes economic development every year hence to further carry on this legacy and create a favourable environment for tourism; Visit Nepal 2023 or 2024 is a welcomed initiative on the government’s part.
Nepal: Culture, History, and Nature
And such a daunting aspiration doesn’t shape itself. Nepal, as promising as it is, is fully equipped with attractions that can bewitch the most avid travellers. From Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the whole world to the deepest gorge in Kali Gandaki, Nepal is the ideal example that showcases a myriad of natural wonders in the sonorous coordination of the traditional culture. The unconventional harmony between nature and humans glorifies the existence of both because traditionally Nepalese people regard nature as their protector and provider and celebrate her glory to return the favours. So, no matter which corner of the country you go to, you can observe the tranquil co-existence. This serenity is reflected in the powerful Himalayas which stand over 8000m and keep away unwanted interference. The hilly region is famous for being the melting pot of the nation where people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds display Nepal’s unity in diversity through peaceful co-existence all the while retaining their core identities. The plains of the southern region, Terai, are home to a great many of the endangered species of flora and especially fauna as well as boasting the birthplaces of Lord Buddha and Sita making this region a delight to the ones keen on history.
World Class Trekking/Hiking Destinations to Thrilling Adventure Spots
Nepal is already an absolute favourite of trekkers from all around the world due to its unique terrains on which the passes and trekking routes are carved into. From the most famous Everest Base Camp Trek to off-beaten tracks of Manaslu, all kinds of trekking experiences are available. From the strenuous treks to Kanchenjunga to the mellow Ghorepani Poon Hill, there is a route for seasoned travellers and for the ones in less than peak physical conditions. Apart from trekking, peak climbing and expeditions have long gathered great attention from Mountaineers. Peak Climbing to Island Peak (6119m), Mera Peak (6476m), Lobuche (6189m) and expeditions to Mt. Everest (8848m)-the highest peak on Earth, Lhotse (8414m), Ama Dablam (6856m), Annapurna I (8091m), Cho Oyu (8188m) are the popular names for the mountaineering enthusiasts. There are other adventurous sports like Bungee Jumping over the roaring Bhote Koshi at 160 meters above the ground, paragliding through the clouds of Pokhara to look down on the bird’s eye view of the city, mountain biking on thrillingly rough terrains to quench the thirst of adrenaline junkies and white river rating on the gushing rivers. If you are more of a quiet hiking person, there are tons of hiking areas throughout the country, at least more than 5 in the capital itself. If you’re more of an observe-and-learn person, tours to various parts of the country are your best bet.
World-Class Hospitality, Traditional Craft and Delicious Food
While Nepal thrives off of the plethora of travel destinations, the people and the ease they create for the tourists are not to be taken lightly. The people here are as humble as anyone can be, friendly and kind to all the tourists. Their down-to-earth personality and their cultural motto to treat guests as gods have helped the tourists get in close touch with the lifestyle and culture of the people living in Nepal. The skilled and authentic handicrafts and souvenirs specially crafted for the visitors have also been ravishing in nature. Pashmina, Thangkha arts, Dhaka clothes, and various other handicrafts allow the tourists to reminisce about their stay in the country. Likewise, the cuisine available throughout the country carries the theme of each culture and ethnic group. From Dal-Bhat to Thukpa and Momo to Bhakka, there are innumerable food varieties potent to making the visitors drool over for another sitting. These food items are what help Nepalese celebrate their simplistic lifestyle.
Lifetime Experience: Celebrate Festivals
Speaking of celebrations, festivals are a whole new area of fun. The population’s one true mega celebration of Dashain and Tihar during autumn brings together families and friends to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. However, celebrations and festivities are not just limited to Dashain and Tihar. Each community has its own set of festivals. The Newars celebrate massive parades like festivals like Indra Jatra, Macchindranath Jatra, and Gai Jatra while other communities like the Gurung, Tamang, and Sherpa celebrate Lhosar, which consists of a huge gathering of families coming together to have a good time. In the Terai, various communities celebrate the Chhath festival which worships gods and goddesses to bring good luck to homes. Even endemic festivals, celebrated in a particular region, like the Tiji festival in Lo Manthang and Mani Rimdu in Tengboche, Thame, and Chiwong monasteries are of great essence to longevity and continuation of the culture and traditions. The land of extensive history and several hundreds of centuries’ worth of expanding settlements, Nepal has accumulated a variety of people from different backgrounds and even thrived in harmony among them. Therefore, to experience Nepal is to experience its festivals that have long been passed down from generation to generation to celebrate the Nepali culture that thrives on peace, harmony, kindness, and happiness.
Nepal is Ready to Welcome You
As you are having thoughts of travelling to Nepal, it is only natural to be concerned about the infrastructure, accommodation, transportation and various other factors that are required for hassle-free travel. Nepal, as mentioned earlier, has been a tourist hotspot and has taken measures to make sure that travellers do not feel inconveniencies during travel. Nepal is a safe country, however, you see it, and nowhere better will you find the perfect blend of hospitality and travel services.
Mark Your Calendar and Save the Dates
Enough about the descriptions! Head to the nearest #Nepal Embassy# and get your visas. Visas for tourists from neighbours India and China are easier to achieve with others from the SAARC member countries to have fair deals. Tourists from other parts of the world can also get visas upon arrival. You can gather additional information about the visa procedures at the official website of the Department of Immigration. We, at Alpine Eco Trek, are ready to welcome you with smart tour and trekking packages with the options of customizable benefits to address the problem of time and budget crunch as well. We offer discounted prices and trip packages also to those who travel in large groups and families. If you’re pumped for 2022 or 2023, you can contact Alpine Eco Trek right away for pre-bookings and various deals before anyone else. Be smart and save those extra dollars for a newer experience and not the hassle of the journey. With the best customer service, you can customize your own special journey into the wilderness of Nepal for a fulfilling experience you can only enjoy once in a lifetime.
Budget Trekking Tour Packages for 2022 and 2023
01) Everest Base Camp Trek
02) Annapurna Circuit Trek
03) Langtang Valley Trek
04) Annapurna Base Camp Trek
05) Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
06) Upper Mustang Trek
07) Manaslu Base Camp Trek
08) Everest 3 Passes Trek
09) Everest View Trek
10) EBC Trek with Island Peak Climbing
11) Best Nepal Tour
12) Annapurna Tilicho Lake Trek
13) Mardi Himal Trek
14) Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
15) Dhaulagiri Base Camp Trek
Nepal may be the home to the Nepalese population but it is never hesitant to welcome tourists, wherever the origin. Known for its ethereal natural beauty and cultural affluence, Nepal will amaze you by exceeding your expectations and giving you more than just a holiday. Create memories, see new places and travel to your heart’s content in the land of the Himalayas. Share this happiness with your family, friends and loved ones and contribute to the success of Visit Nepal 2023 or 2024. Start your booking for Nepal now.