Suppose you ever get confused while choosing an ideal destination for your holiday. In that case, you might consider peeking at a few salient features of Nepal and clearing your mind about enjoying a vacation in Nepal. Nepal is a beautiful country with enough to observe and experience. Depending on your preferences, different types of tours are available in Nepal. Peregrine Treks & Tours will provide a significant dimension to the Nepal Tour Package.
Trekking is one of the most popular forms of the tour in Nepal. It is an excellent opportunity to understand the country and its diverse scenery. Depending on your fitness level and how long you wish to travel, there are a variety of trekking routes to choose from. Most popular trekking routes in Nepal include Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, and Manaslu Trekking.
If you are interested in history and culture, you should consider visiting some of Nepal’s historical places. Peregrine Treks & Tours has a Nepal Trekking Tour package where you can explore world heritage sites of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. The Pashupatinath Temple, the Swayambhunath Temple, and the Boudhanath Temple are among the major cultural attractions in Kathmandu. Nepal Tour may also include visiting Chitwan National Park and searching for wildlife. A variety of species can be seen in the park, including one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, and Asian elephants. Whatever your interests, there is bound to be a Nepal Tour that will suit you.
Nepal is a wholesome combination of remarkable wilderness, adventures leading to incredible experiences, gigantic mountain peaks, massive glaciers, deep gorges, wild flora and faunas, Buddhist monasteries on the nooks of Himalayas, prayer flags (Chorten), varieties of Hindu temples and palaces declared as UNESCO world heritage sites and plenty of national parks and lakes. It leaves no trace in your heart, alluring to return once again to its natural elegance proving Nepal’s official tourism slogan: Once is Not Enough.
Trek to the base camp of the World’s highest peak, Everest Base Camp, landing on the World’s dangerous Lukla Airstrip and trek further to a higher altitude. Add your paths to catch the majestic sight of Mount Everest from the top of Kala Patthar or Gokyo Ri. Or you can join us to climb one of the challenging mountaineering expeditions to peaks such as Lobuche peak, Island, or Meera peal with our experienced mountain climbers.
Explore and experience the Sherpa lifestyles, Hindu and Buddhist villages, and temples on the foothills of mountains, visit the Annapurna region, stay at tiny tea houses and eco-lodges, tackling your journey at the peak of trekking.
Far east Nepal gives you to trek the base camp of the World’s third tallest peak, Kanchenjunga Base Camp, passing through the famous Hindu goddess’s temple, Mata Pathibhara Temple. You can also extend your vacation days by traversing the country on the World’s most epic trek, the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT). There are many more routes for trekking, and no doubt every route will provide you with the most authentic cultural experience, mind-blowing landscapes, and great Nepalese hospitality.
After a hectic yet satisfying walk on trails, you can rest your body and mind touring Kathmandu, which has seven UNESCO world heritage sites out of Ten in Nepal and enjoy the valley streets and indigenous Newari culture and festivals, local cuisine, and wine. You can chill out in the city of Lakes, Pokhara, enjoying the cool breeze from Phewa lake and associated sister lakes. Then you can choose Nepal’s first National Park, Chitwan National Park, to experience Asia’s exotic and endangered wildlife and lush forest. Whether you come with your family or friends or solo, Peregrine Tour and Travel guarantee you to deeply inherit the beauty of Nepal and make your travel worth it.
Nepal has a diverse cultural aspect as it is home to 126 castes and ethnic groups speaking 123 languages apart from the Nepali language as a mother tongue. Nepal is rich in its culture and tradition, from continuing to become BirGorkhali shoulder as a culture of Nepal’s brave hero to celebrating numerous festivals and extending agriculture as their former and significant occupancy. Nepalese people provide great hospitality and offer varieties of Nepalese cuisine to their guests, which is also a part of their local culture. It is believed and often practiced in Nepalese culture that Nepali people never say no to a guest who appears in the evening and prefers them as sent by god. So you might expect significantly to be accepted in Nepalese society and pay them regard for their humble nature.
Nepal is a landlocked mountainous country sharing a border with China in the north and India on all other sides. Physically, Nepal is divided into three regions; the Terai region (plains), the hilly area, and the Himalayan region. Almost every land of Terai is eligible for agricultural production, whereas half of the mountainous region has very fertile land. The Himalayan region consists of the Great Himalayan Trail, including Mount Everest, the tallest peak in the World. Varieties of weather range along with an increase in altitude in Nepal, welcoming four main seasons: winter, spring, summer, and autumn.
Most of Nepal’s corner has something you can take as a souvenir, mostly hand-made with local materials. If only you stand at Thamel, Kathmandu, there would be a negligible chance of you not getting what you seek. The popular clothing items are made from sheep or yak’s wool, cashmere, and silk cloths, and the most trendy nowadays are hemp (made up of weed) items. You can also find famous organic tea harvested from Eastern Nepal, locally made incense sticks, or various kinds of jewelry. Many foreign tourists have experienced healing their tensions from Nepal-made singing bowls, which could be a fantastic gift for your families and friends. You can also get Thankas (embroidered on a piece of silk cloth of various gods and goddess art) or wooden handicrafts, including a statue of local deities, unique animals, and many other attractive masks of Bhairava (dangerous form god Shiva).
It is one of the biggest festivals of Hindus and Buddhists, celebrated annually for ten long days. It is believed that the Goddess Durga destroyed evil by tearing its chest with her bare hands. She is the most muscular goddess of all. On the tenth day of Dashain, people gather around and receive Tika and Jamara from their family’s eldest member, receiving blessings of prosperity. Nepalese people prepare a variety of food dishes and eat together with their joint family and go to the village to play on a significant swing to complete the ritual of leaving land on this day.
In the ethnic community of Kathmandu Valley, the Newars celebrate the Yenya festival (Indrajatra), devoted to the Lord of rain, Indra. Thousands of Newar people come out for a rally pulling the massive wood cart along with other Nepalese people, followed by various kinds of cultural music and mask dance(LakheNach)
Tihar is also known as the festival of lights. Every year at the end of October, Tihar is celebrated for five days. People lights their home with decorated fairy lights and tinsel hung from their roof, believing GoddesLakshmi( goddess of Wealth) will shelter their house. Various types of animals are worshipped from the start of Tihar, followed by crow, dog, ox, and cow, and on the fifth day, Nepalese girls worship their brother, also known as Bhai tika day.
Nepalese people’s most common everyday meal is dal-bhat-tarkari, a plate with lentil sauce, steamed rice, and vegetable curry; apart from dal-bhat-tarkari, Chinese-influence noodles (Chowmein) and steamed dumplings (momo). Grilled meat and Nepalese-local barbecue are trendy in Kathmandu; never miss Nepalese people’s all-time favorite milk tea (chiya).
Apart from Nepali authentic food, you will also get varieties of international cuisine across the central city of the country.
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