COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?

As all world is known about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID – 19) and here is one question Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus? 2019 Novel Corona Virus firstly diagnosed in the Wuhan State of China. The outburst of this novel, Wuhan coronavirus, affected many countries worldwide. Its effect in Nepal is also witnessed with the outbreak of this virus. February 18th, 2020, it hasn’t made a severe impact or death toll in Nepal.

Coronavirus is said to have emerged from the Wuhan state of China. Nepal has not been affected by the coronavirus until this time. China is the neighbor of Nepal. This big rule nation’s power all over the world is unquestionably the primary concern. However, the whole of Nepal is entirely safe to visit as Nepal is dedicating its Visit Nepal 2020. Because of the virus, Nepal got an impact on this campaign many tourist arrivals from China, but now it is stopped at a very extend. The National Health Public Laboratory is working with many health agencies and organizations for accurate diagnose of corona Virus Nepal’s health regularity is facing stress to cope with the circumstances. But Nepal is safe in terms of fatality, and the diagnosed person appears today’s date.

 

The thread of coronavirus in Nepal?

The world health organization has affirmed a global health emergency because of the rapidly spreading rate of the coronavirus. This alarming situation is the primary fear of today’s date; however, with the figures open until the time with the plague of coronavirus in Nepal is insignificant and very negative. It will be very epidemic if coronavirus enters in Nepal because there is a lack of necessary modern equipment to diagnose the person with the coronavirus. It is said that this virus may transform from a competent person to a healthy person without any symptoms.

 

Symptoms of Coronavirus

As per the world health organization and, many health agencies say that it can be transformed from a competent person to a healthy person. The virus directly attacks a person’s respiratory system and may spread with direct contact with another person. Coronavirus is in the ratio of 3, and it means that if one person is affected, then it can transmit to 3 people as well. Only two days is the incubation period of the coronavirus. The symptoms of the coronavirus may appear in as few as two days or as long as 145 days after exposure.

Symptoms of Coronavirus are:
  • Fever
  • Chest Pain
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Headache
  • Kidney failure
  • Pneumonia
  • Sore throat
  • Chills
  • Cough and shortness of breath
COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?
COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?
Prevention measures:

Wash your hands – Wash your hand frequently with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water because it can kill viruses if it is on your side.

Practice respiratory hygiene – Cover your nose and mouth with a fixed elbow when coughing and sneezing. And throw the tissue in the bin and wash your hand immediately. Because when you cover your mouth, it prevents to spreads germs and viruses
Maintain distance – Keep at least 3 feet gap between yourself and different people, Mainly those who are sneezing, coughing, and having a fever. Because when someone who is infected with respiratory disease, cough, and sneezers, they produce small droplets containing the virus. If you go close then, you may breathe that virus.

Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth – You should avoid top touch eyes, nose, and mouth because if you feel eyes, nose, and mouth with contaminated hands, you can transfer the virus from the surface to yourself.

COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?
COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?

Is Nepal safe to visit?

The affected if corona Virus is not seen in Nepal. Many health agencies of Nepal are working on to diagnose and cope with the coronavirus. Hopefully, it may stop spreading this virus. Nepal is safe to visit as many government bodies, and the private sector has been working to control this outbreak. Visiting Nepal at this time will not affect your traveling experiences. Nepal does not have any historical record of the Coronavirus to date. With proper care and precaution, you can visit Nepal and travel here freely.

What has Nepal done to be safe from coronavirus?

Now, there is a facility of a temperature screening area at the international airport – just like in most other countries. The leading hospitals have been put on alert, and staff in many hospitals have been trained on the symptoms of coronavirus.

 

What happens if there is an outbreak of Coronavirus in Nepal?

Nepal is ready for any massive outbreak. Doctors have affirmed there are enough isolation wards and beds—an evacuation plane carrying non-Coronavirus cases of Nepali from China here in Nepal on February 16th, 2020. A divide isolation area has been set up for them. In my experience, doctors in Nepal have a firmer hold on reality than administration. Again, keep in mind so far there seems to be a massive outbreak or any at all in Nepal.

 

Should you be worried about the coronavirus when traveling to Nepal?

In this situation, you might think that it is dreadful to visit in Nepal because its neighboring country and many parts of the world are suffering from Corona Virus. But in Nepal, there are negligible chances to spread around with the possible immediate action and medical assistance as we can say that Nepal is safe from coronavirus.

COVID -19 : Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?
COVID -19 : Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?

Additional coronavirus precautions if traveling to Nepal.

Socially and culturally, in Nepal, unlock coughing and spitting are accepted. However, these practices are not obligatory by healthcare organizations as they may contribute to the extent of a virus and are hygienically problematic.

Here is easily available of dust-masks and face-masks in Nepal but better to use the N90 mask.

Sanitation and good hygiene are skillful in Nepal, but better to take safety measures like washing your hands frequently and avoid touching your face.

In the past days, several medical organizations have said the virus can be transmitted on a physical matter such as money or paper. So wash your hand frequently.

Do bring your supply of face-masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer.

 

What we advocate

As an authentic travel operator, it’s our responsibility to give you information about the places you visit. Which will let you know about the risks and planning about the tour, which also regards to safety and health? At this time, the World Health Organization is keeping more eyes on this critical situation. If you are planning to visit Himalayans on this holiday, we strongly recommend the following.

Before you travel to Nepal

  • Before you visit, read our tips on coronavirus and medical assistance abroad.
  • Keep updated about the information about the coronavirus outbreak and medical assistance.
  • If you are pregnant or have a weak immune system, then first consult with your doctor before travel.
  • Check with your travel operator, airline, agent, insurance provider, and accommodation provider to consider your options concerning possible changes in services.
  • Personalizes your holiday, especially look for an option rather than group travel.
  • Take the information about the destination.
  • Stay away from the risks of coronavirus, which may lead to widespread disruptions that may come into effect with minimal notice.

While you’re absent

  • Go to medical immediately when you start to feel uneasy.
  • Take suggestions from the local authorities of your nation.
  • Try not to visit high-risk areas like livestock, market, farms, and animal slaughter areas.
  • Stay away from the dead or alive animals like pigs, chickens, ducks, and other wild birds.
  • Stay away from the surfaces with animal droppings or secretion.
  • Wash your hand frequently, mainly after contact with animals and birds.
  • Before touching your eyes and nose, wash your hand with soap and water.
  • Be away from sick people, especially people having fever, cough, or trouble breathing.
  • Check your health status, to be in a safe zone
  • Contact airlines and travel companies for any updates or changes in the services.
  • Wearing a mask is also one of the best prevention measures; we want to recommend you to wear a mask.

 

COVID -19 : Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?
COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?

After returning from Nepal and you feel unwell.

When you back to your country after travel, if you feel uneasy and unwell, then immediately consult with your personal doctor and tell them about our original travel plan. If you are in a place to do so, better hurry in front of time before making a meeting. Which will help the doctor to study about your symptoms?
Thank you.

Visit Nepal 2020 and Corona Virus.

Visit Nepal 2020 campaign is started by January 12th of 2020 by Nepal’s government to endorse tourism in Nepal. This campaign is open with a high aim, bringing about 2 million tourists in Nepal. Experience-based tourism and the ultimate escapade that Nepal has to present is the primary showcase in 2020. From the remotest places to the urban landscapes of Nepal, every destination has its different contributions, and that’s something the visiting Nepal is about.

China is the main tourist receiving region of Nepal, and the crash of the virus can get in the tourism industry worldwide is hard. Nearly every one of the babyboomers and Chinese millennials explores the world. While itself is hurting from the outbreak of this deadly virus, Nepal is also pretentious by the beyond control disaster. From one viewpoint, there is a risk of spreading the virus, and on the other hand, the financial sustainability of the tourism industry is also significant anxiety.

The crash of the coronavirus is already seen as February is the first month in which Chinese citizens travel. This is the best month in China, and with the administration ban and the spreading coronavirus is clear to impact the tourism industry of Nepal and throughout the whole world.

Wildest West Nepal: Paradise Yet to be Explored!

Western Nepal is relatively unexplored compared to other parts of the country. The area is home to beautiful lakes, dense forests, fast-flowing rivers, and pristine lakes, among others. Some of Nepal’s best-protected areas, which are rich in different species of flora and fauna, lie in the western part of the country. Also, the unique language, culture, and tradition of locals of the area can be of great attraction to the visitors.

Wild West Triangle is a relatively new tourism product that links three major tourist attractions in the mid and far-western development region – Rara National Park, Bardia National Park, and the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve.

 

Day 1: Kathmandu  to Nepalgunj

The day was relatively uneventful. It begins with either a drive or a flight to Nepalgunj – the commercial hub of the mid-western development region. Nepalgunj is also a gateway to different remote districts in the mid-western area. There are good hotels and eateries in Nepalgunj. Flights and buses to Nepalgunj are readily available in Kathmandu.

A group of women and children returning home carrying firewood in Nepalgunj, Nepal.
A group of women and children returning home carrying firewood in Nepalgunj, Nepal.
Day 2: Nepalgunj to Rara

The day begins with a flight to Talcha airstrip in Mugu district, which takes around 45 minutes. After the flight lands at the airfield, your trek begins. A trek of about 3 hours takes you to Rara Lake – the biggest lake in Nepal. Rara Lake is the major attraction of Rara National Park – the smallest yet the most beautiful protected area in the country. The Rara National Park is spread over 106 sq km. Altitude in the national park varies from 1,800 meters to 4,480 meters. Coniferous forests cover most of the protected areas.

Rara Lake, which lies at the height of 2990m, is spread of 10.8 sq km. Richly forested hills surround the blue tortoise lake. Chuchemara Danda, at the elevation of 4087m, is the best vantage point to get the magnificent views of the lake and the forested hillside as well as the snow-capped peaks around it. The national park is home to 20 different species of mammals and 214 species of birds. Accommodation is on tented camps.

The Rara Lake
Walking down a hill (called Murma Top), the Rara Lake looked majestic. I know this picture doesn’t do justice close to what I was experiencing at that moment. But I had to capture it. The deep blue lake and the lush green forest with mountains as the backdrop, this scene is just imprinted in my head.
Day 3: Rara

The day is for an excursion around the national park. In the morning, you can enjoy hiking to Murmatop, which takes around two hours. Murmatop (3400m) is a small hill above Murma village. Breakfast is served after you descend to the camp. After breakfast, you can enjoy boating in the scenic Rara Lake. Lunch is served after the boating trip concludes. After lunch, you can walk around the lake. Accommodation is on tented camp.

Rara-Lake,-Rara-National-Park
Rara-Lake,-Rara-National-Park
Tranquility of Rara Lake
The tranquility of Rara Lake
Day 4: Rara-Bardia National Park

You walk to Talchha airstrip to catch a flight back to Nepalgunj after having breakfast in Rara. You take lunch at a local in Nepalgunj before boarding a jeep to drive to Bardia National Park. The National Park is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in Tarai. Spread over 986 sq km, the national park provides an excellent habitat for different endangered species like rhinoceros, elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, swamp deer, blackbuck, Gharial crocodile, Marsh Mugger Crocodile, and Gangetic dolphin among others. Similarly, Bengal florican, Silver-eared mesia, Sarus crane, and Lesser florican are some of the bird species found in the park. Accommodation is in a local lodge.

Chital Deer grazing at the grassland of extremely beautiful Bardia National Park of Western Nepal.
Chital Deer grazing at the grassland of extremely beautiful Bardia National Park of Western Nepal.
Day 5: Bardia National Park

The day is for sightseeing in the national park. After breakfast, you will enjoy elephant safari deep into the jungle for the entire day. Packed lunch will be served to you. Elephant safari will offer you the opportunity to catch the sight of one-horned rhinoceros, four types of deer, monkeys, wild boar, leopard, and Royal Bengal Tiger as well. In the evening, local artists will perform traditional Tharu songs and dances at your lodge.

Royal Bengal Tiger are the endangered species which are being protected by Bardia National Park l Nepal. The Park has been using latest technology for their conservation. According to the recent census there are more than 100 adult tigers in the park.
Royal Bengal Tiger is the endangered species that are being protected by Bardia National Park l Nepal. The Park has been using the latest technology for its conservation. According to the recent census, there are more than 100 adult tigers in the park.
Day 6: Bardia to Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve-Dhangadhi

After breakfast, you will board a jeep to drive to Shuklaphanta National Park, which takes around five hours. Lunch is served at Mahendranagar. On the way to the reserve, you will be taken to a short side trip to Ghodaghodi Lake. Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve is famous for big herds of the swamp of deer. Located in the far-western region on the southwest edge of Nepal, the reserve, which is spread over 305 sq km, is home to around 2,000 heads of swamp deer. The region has the largest concentration of tigers (in terms of per sq/km comparison). Other wildlife species found in reserve are Blue Bull, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Wild Boar, Leopard, Jackal, Langur, Rhesus Monkey, and one-horned rhinoceros. After jungle safari in reserve, you will be driven to Dhangadhi for overnight stay.

One Horn Rhino

Day 7: Dhangadhi to Kathmandu

After breakfast, you can enjoy bird watching in the nearby community forest visit the newly opened Aircraft Museum and the market area. Lunch is served at a local hotel. After lunch, you will be driving to the airport to catch a flight to Kathmandu

Places to visit in Nepal

Visitors are attracted by Nepal for a variety of reasons. Many visitors are attracted by the mountains like Mt. Everest, which is Earth’s highest mountain lies in Nepal, while others are curious by the cultures, religions, beliefs, and many more because Nepalese have such cultures, religions, and religions, anyone in the world wants to know about it. Visiting Nepal can be proven as the best choice to travel for travellers, and it can be a life-changing experience as well, depending on the way how travellers travel or visit. Here are some important places to visit in Nepal.

A trip to Nepal is a top destination for travellers, whether climbing the slopes of Mt. Everest or paying homage at the birthplace of the Buddha. The country boasts some of the diverse landscapes on the planet from snow-capped mountains to subtropical forests, situated along with the Himalayan mountain range between China and India in South Asia. The culture of Nepal is all filled with various old temples and holy places, colourful ambulant festivals.

Nepal

In Kathmandu, visitors can spend their time visiting various sacred and historical attractions, and then can head out to other parts of the country. Pokhara, which is a popular area for trekking and Chitwan National Park for viewing wildlife, are some of the most popular locations outside of the capital wildlife. A variety of options can be found by trekkers, with the most popular areas being the Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang regions. A major earthquake struck Nepal in 2015, which is also recognized as the black day of Nepal, causing extreme damage in Kathmandu and other areas of the country. Before visiting any places, travellers should check on local conditions.

 

1. Kathmandu

The capital and largest city of Nepal is Kathmandu, which is like no other city in the world is the main places to visit in Nepal. A contrast to the lively atmosphere is the decaying buildings in the heart of the city that passes the streets. People go about their daily lives; street sellers push their wares while the smell of incense wafts from the store’s sellers, all against a backdrop of historic temples and statues. Kathmandu was one of three rival royal cities, along with Bhaktapur and Patan, for several hundred years. Durbar Square, the highlight of Kathmandu, the largest of the palace squares in the three royal cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Various shapes, sizes, styles, and faiths of temples and monuments can be found here. In the 2015 earthquake, Kathmandu’s Durbar Square was severely damaged, along with many historic buildings.

 

2. Bhaktapur

The third of the Royal Cities is Bhaktapur, which lies on the old trade route to Tibet. The trade route was a major arterial source of wealth for Bhaktapur. The population of Bhaktapur is mainly Hindu in contrast to Patan and Kathmandu. To begin a tour of the city, Durbar Square is the best place. Moreover, the royal palace, several temples are also located. The whole area is enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Square

In the 2015 earthquake, many of the buildings of Bhaktapur were damaged. Bhaktapur, which was beautifully preserved, experienced a fair share of damage during the earthquakes. Luckily most of the city’s temples and shrines, which are the main attractions in this place like the City of Devotees, escaped without any damage. Bhaktapur, which is less crowded than Kathmandu, invites relaxing, peaceful walks through medieval squares and winding streets. In the National Art Gallery, a 15th-century structure, a famous site known as the 55-Window palace are kept.

 

3. Boudhanath Stupa

The Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest Stupas of its kind in the world, which is just outside of Kathmandu. Boudhanath Stupa is believed to be built during the 5th century AD. It lies on the old trade route to Tibet and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site like Bhaktapur. During the 2015 earthquake, the Stupa faced minor damage; otherwise, it in good condition. The stupa itself symbolizes enlightenment, but Boudhanath symbolizes enlightenment more clearly and fairly, which is its best part. One of the five elements i.e., Earth, water, fire, air, and sphere, is represented by each different shape, which is also the quality or a character of the five Buddhas. It is believed that a kind of peace, satisfaction, and happiness can be felt after visiting Boudhanath Stupa.

Boudhanath Stupa, Kathmandu, Nepal
Boudhanath Stupa, Kathmandu, Nepal

 

4. Pokhara

200 kilometres west of Kathmandu, there lies Pokhara, at the base of foothills surrounded by some of the highest mountains i.e Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna. Pokhara is also called the gateway to the Himalayas. For the Annapurna region, Pokhara is the starting point. Pokhara is mainly famous for trekking purposes. Pokhara is also famous for its beautiful scenery, attractive places, and its environment. It is the second largest town in Nepal after Kathmandu by population, but the amazing thing is it still does not feel like a big and crowded city. Much cleaner air and pleasant climate are noticed by the people coming from Kathmandu almost immediately. Lake Phewa, with lakeside hotels, restaurants, and shops, is best for those visitors who are looking for relaxation and day tours.

Phewa Lake with Mount Fishtail
Phewa Lake with Mount Fishtail

Pokhara is a popular resort destination for travellers with its calm and gentle lakes and mountains view. In northwest Nepal, known as the gateway to the Annapurna region, the lakeside city offers a truce to hikers and provides opportunities for outdoor adventures. Among the three lakes, the largest one is Phewa Lake; this is lined with luxury hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops. The lake also appears as an island with a temple devoted to the goddess Barahi Bhagwati, where ceremonies are held nearly every weekend.

 

5. Trekking in the Annapurna Region

Annapurna Base camp trek is named as the most popular and fascinating trekking region. It is placed in the second position after the Everest Region. In Annapurna Base camp, you will pass through the majestic and breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes, commonly Annapurna Base camp is known as the Annapurna Sanctuary. You can enjoy the thick bamboo, full of rhododendron, pine forest, and beautiful mountain views and a mix of cultures unparalleled by other treks. Annapurna Base camp trek route will offer you outstanding views of Himchuli, Annapurna I, Manaslu, Macchapuchhare, Poon Hill, and many other gorgeous mountains.

Trekkers in Annapurna Region
Trekkers in Annapurna Region

It is also known as the unique trek because this trek is pass through the quaint Gurung and Magar villages, lush, dense forest and terraced farmland along with enormous glaciers. This Annapurna base camp is a beautiful combination of mountain scenery and the cultural and traditional diversity bisect a broad range of lush rural farmlands and villages which still carrying the old age captivating culture and tradition. Annapurna region is also rich in wildlife and natural vegetation with different species of mammals, amphibians, reptiles, and more than 450 different species of birds, various species of rhododendron too. There is also one attractive place name Jhinu where you can get a natural hot spring that can help you to refresh. Annapurna region has many other fascinating trekking areas and routes like Upper mustang, Ghorepani Poon Hili, Annapurna Circuit, Dhampus trekking, Ghandruk Village trekking, and many more. Offering one of the most stimulating trekking routes throughout the whole World of Annapurna base camp trek is excellent for all those trekkers who want to feel some adventurous air of the World.

 

6. Chitwan National Park

Chitwan lies south-west of Kathmandu and is included in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites Chitwan National Park is the destination to come to experience different things of Nepal apart from the intrigue and the hiking of Kathmandu. This is the place where we can do several things like wildlife viewing, Safari-type atmosphere, and also many more. Chitwan National Park is in altitude of only 100 meters in some areas, and this area has a tropical monsoon climate. Chitwan National park is usually quite different from what most people imagine to discover in Nepal.

Jeep Safari in Chitwan National Park
Jeep Safari in Chitwan National Park

Visitors come here mainly to see wildlife. Tours from the lodges take the company out into the park, either on foot, or additional often, on elephants for a close-up view of the animals. One of the most excellent wildlife-viewing destinations in Asia, the Chitwan National Park in south-central Nepal, offers needed refuge for rare and endangered species. The park is home to rhinos, leopards, Bengal tigers, sloth bears, deer, gaur (buffalo), and much more wildlife. Freshwater crocodiles and dolphins (Gangetic) inhabit the rivers and streams but are rarely seen. 500 plus species of birds make Chitwan a paradise for ornithologists. The greatest time to visit Chitwan is from October to February. Average temperatures about 25°C with high humidity, though the mornings can be quite cool. critters

 

7. Trekking in the Langtang Region

The Langtang Region, is an unbelievable area for hiking, with some high passes, old monasteries, extensive views, and beautiful mountain scenery with full of rhododendron forests that bloom during the spring hiking season in all over the way. Though it is less developed in comparison to other popular trekking areas in Nepal. Despite its proximity to Kathmandu, it is generally less busy on the trails. There are villages where facilities of guesthouses and food all along the route.

Langtang Trekking

Langtang region can be reached within 7 and 8 hours, making it tremendously convenient where flights are not required. When there is a clear day, the peak of Langtang Lirung is visible from Kathmandu city. Trekking duration will be short and for a few days depending upon your stamina and walking speed. Some trekkers combine Helambu trek and Langtang for a longer trek.

 

8. Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)

Swayambhunath is the second most significant holy place in the Kathmandu Valley after Boudhanath, which lies in hilltop to the west of Kathmandu. Due to the occupant monkeys that inhabit parts of the temple, it is more warmly named as the Monkey Temple. The design of the Swayambhunath Stupa is so attractive, painted with the eyes of the omnipresent God, which forms the centrepiece of the temple complex. It was a prehistoric culture site. Swayambhunath plays a major for all of the Vajrayana Buddhists of Nepal and Tibet and especially for the Newari Buddhists of the Kathmandu Valley.

Swoyambhunath

 

9. Everest and the Trek to Base Camp

The highest mountain on earth, the summit of Mount Everest, reaches 8,848 meters (29,028 feet) high. Trekking in the Mount Everest area became well-liked following the now legendary first climb in this highest peak in 1953 by Edmund Hillary from New-Zealand and the Sherpa Tensing Norgay from Nepal. Since that time, many more have summited the mountain, but far more trek the route to Everest Base Camp simply for a quick look at the highest peak from far above. Because of the 2015 April earthquake and previous avalanches, along with disputes between climbers on the mountain, have absented their mark on Everest trekking and climbing.

Mount Everest View from Gorakshep
Mount Everest View from Gorakshep

The Everest Region is usually not regarded as the most picturesque region in the country for trekking, but the attraction of Everest draws climbers in large numbers. There are a variety of routes to access the base camp and quite a few options for planning a trip. Many trekking companies allow a guided hike, either with Nepalese companies or western-based companies. It’s also likely to hire a private guide or porter. However, all trekkers are strictly required to have a guide. The main hiking seasons are from March to May and September to December.

For those who are not interested in a trek into Mount Everest but there is want in heart to see the peak of Mount Everest, then it is possible to view it on clear days from the Nagarkot near Kathmandu. Hotel staff will inform you in clear mornings if Everest is visible. This will be the lazy traveller’s best chance of seeing the World’s highest peak.

 

10. Lumbini

Kapilbastu, Lumbini is famous for being the birthplace of light of Asia, Siddhartha Gautama, which is known as Buddha Shakyamuni. Lumbini is situated in the near of Kathmandu, almost 250 kilometres from Kathmandu. With archaeological finds that date back to around 550 B.C., the famous site attracts scholars, scientists, and curious visitors as well. Lumbini is a valuable detour on the route from Pokhara to the Chitwan National Park. You will feel tranquillity in this pilgrimage town, which is also in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lumbini

Most of the visitors and trekkers visit in Lumbini are Buddhist pilgrims from around Nepal and World, retracing Buddha’s footsteps through the stations of his life. There is the Maya Devi Temple, which is highly dedicated to Buddha’s mother. And in that temple, there is some spot that proves that there is the birth of Buddhas. In the centre of a small park designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the complex also features multiple monasteries, meditation centres, sacred ponds, and cultural facilities.

 

11. Helambu Trek

The Helambu region is known as one of the best and popular trekking areas in all over Nepal. The Helambu region is occupied by the Sherpas and situated in the upper part of the Malechmi Khola valley. Trekking companies are offering guided hikes in this Helambu trek. This is mainly because it is close to Kathmandu, does not reach spectacularly high elevations but offers some beautiful mountain scenery. Because of these kinds of reasons, many tourists want to tout over the Helambu.

Helambu

The Helambu Trek will be started in the Capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, and our itinerary will complete in five to eight days. The typical seven-day itinerary is circular, where the first day’s part being frequent at the end of the walk. Though, many hikers who come to Nepal on tours find it is more demanding than they feel they were led to suppose and more difficult than they expect. Trekking in the Himalayas is always difficult, and even though it is not as high as another trek. Helambu trek is still a physically and mentally demanding hike, and trekkers should be in good physical condition. With that in mind, this is a beautiful trek and well worth the effort.

 

12. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

Poon Hill is known as one of the most famous viewpoints in the World and Nepal too. After Kala Pattar, it is almost certainly the second most famous viewpoints. There are many options to expand a trip here, and the only restrictions to the length of the trek are imagination and time. There is a lot of lodges all over the route, which will be proper for most people. Poon Hill extends in the foothills of the Annapurna in the Himalayas. At the same time, as it is below the snowline in Nepal year-round, it is an astonishing hill to hike up for first light.

Poon Hill is located to the south-west of the Annapurna massif and crossways a large river valley, and also it commands spectacular views of all-around four Himalayans, and they are Annapurna, Machapuchhre, Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri South. The stride from Ghorepani to the peak is short, but if approaching from the north, be ready for a long, uphill day previous to the sunrise expedition with a 1,500m steep ascent.

 

13. Janakpur

The beautiful temple of Ram and Sita is located in south-central Nepal on the Terai plains, Janakpur. One time the Janakpur was the capital of a millennia-old Indian kingdom known as Mithila, and the Maithili culture still thrives here. Hindus consider Janakpur is the place where Lord Ram wed Sita. And also known as Janaki, and thousands plus of Hindus from all over the earth gather in the temple to celebrate the great function, anniversary of Ram and Sita marriage. There are three-story construction and 60 rooms; the massive 19th-century marble structure is the major temple in Nepal. Janakpur is also popular about there more than 100 sacred pools and ponds scattered around the calm city as well.

 

14. Nagarkot

Nagarkot is one of the most known places in the Kathmandu valley. And mainly, it is perfect for travellers who want to experience the beauty and majesty of the Himalayas without difficult physical activity and other activities. Kathmandu Nagarkot is also known as the best for the views it offers of the Kathmandu Valley and the mountains. Landed on a large range to the northeast of Bhaktapur, the village of around Four thousand and five hundred residents requires views of eight Himalayan ranges. There’s a mixture of attractive hotels in every price range in Nagarkot, many of which are situated within walking distance. Nagarkot view tower is known as the wonderful place to hit in Nepal to observe the sun rising over the Himalayas and relax.

Nagarkot

 

15. Gosainkunda Lake

One of the best places in our beautiful country is Gosaikunda lake. Gosainkunda lake has located an altitude of about 4360m. Gosainkunda is considered as Nepal’s most sought after pilgrimage sites. Gosaikunda is considered on Nepal’s most sought after pilgrimage sites. It is mainly surrounded by the mountains, and a great ensemble of nine other lakes accompany the Goiasaikunda. In August Every year during Janai Purnima, hundreds plus of Hindu pilgrims visit here for a holy bath in the lake. The large rock which is situated at the centre of the lake is said to be the remains of a Shiva shrine, and it is also claimed that channel carries water from the lake directly to the tank at the Kumbheshwar Temple in Patan in the Kathmandu valley.

Gosaikunda