Nepal is truly a gem that has so many things to offer. The Himalayas, mountains and plains, everything here offer some unique experiences. Experiential travel is a new emerging trend and for that Nepal is a wonderful destination. From the urban to the rural civilization, Nepal is equally venerated and have decent essence that has enough resources to offer lifetime experiences. If you want to do adventure in Nepal, there are a lot of activities you can do. Some of the adventurous activities in Nepal are Hiking, Trekking, Skiing, Mountaineering, Ice climbing, Paragliding, mountain biking, mountain flights, bungee and rafting, hunting, jungle safari etc. However, if you are looking to fulfil your pilgrimage needs, Nepal is blessed with a lot of temples, Shaki Peethas and monasteries.
Mountainous beauty of Nepal is something, you will never get fed up of. Though Nepal is a landlocked nation, its mountains are the world’s finest and highly popular for adventure and climbing activities. You may indulge in the culture and nature of Nepal. The finest culture and festivals are another things to experience if you want varied cultural selections in different places. There are a lot of things to do in Nepal. If you are visiting Nepal and wondering about what can be the things that you can indulge in during your stay, here is our guide to things to do in Nepal.
The diverse attributes of Nepal can be summed up in four categories. That is Nature, Adventure, Culture and Pilgrimage. The heritage sites of Nepal are also the major attractions. Nepal has ten UNESCO’s world heritage sites which carry a huge cultural significance. The ethnic communities and lifestyle is equally a beautiful part of Nepal. Some chariot festivals such as Kumari Jatra, Machhindranath Jatra, Gai Jatra are worth watching and holds a religious backstory behind the celebration.
The fascinating part is you can explore the activities happening around and people will be there to welcome you with very good hospitality. The hospitable nature of Nepalese is admired worldwide and is a national identity which is integrated by a Sanskrit quote ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’. It means guests are like gods. From the narrow pave and hustle and bustle of the city to the peaceful lush greenery and mountains, everything here is worth exploring.