NEPAL

Well known for the Himalayan range, Nepal is a country rich in history, culture, and antiquity. You can lose yourself in the discovery of fascinating Hindu temples, enchanting Buddhist monasteries, and breath-taking views. In Kathmandu, its capital, you will be fascinated by all the small streets that will guide your way, dotted with squares and temples.

NEPAL IDENTITY CARD   

Nepal is a country in South Asia, mainly in the Himalayas area. About 101 ethnic groups are speaking over 92 languages. The official language of Nepal is Nepali, which is spoken and understood by a majority of the population. There is no seasonal constraint on traveling in and through Nepal. Even in December and January, when winter is at its severest, there are compensating bright sun and brilliant views. As with most of the trekking areas in Nepal, the best time to visit are during spring and autumn. Spring is the time for rhododendrons to bloom while the clearest skies are found after the monsoon in October and November. However, Nepal can be visited the whole year-round.

NEPAL IDENTITY CARD 

Nepal is a country in South Asia, mainly in the Himalayas area. About 101 ethnic groups are speaking over 92 languages. The official language of Nepal is Nepali, which is spoken and understood by a majority of the population. There is no seasonal constraint on traveling in and through Nepal. Even in December and January, when winter is at its severest, there are compensating bright sun and brilliant views. As with most of the trekking areas in Nepal, the best time to visit are during spring and autumn. Spring is the time for rhododendrons to bloom while the clearest skies are found after the monsoon in October and November. However, Nepal can be visited the whole year-round.

HOW TO REACH NEPAL  

The international airport is located in the capital city of Kathmandu. Nepal Airlines is the national flag carrier of Nepal with flights to/from Delhi, Mumbai, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Bangalore, Bangkok, Doha, Hong Kong, and Osaka. Other international airlines, to name a few, operating from and to Kathmandu are Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, and Turkish Airlines. 

WHAT TO EAT IN NEPAL   

Nepalese food is a delightful mix between Indian, Chinese, and Tibetan cultures. You can’t visit Nepal without tasting its Momo, Nepalese dumplings usually filled with steamed vegetables or meat and encased in a flour-based dough that is then steamed or fried. Another delicious dish is the Dal Bhat, a lentil soup with rice and either a steamed seasonal vegetable or vegetable curry; sometimes, it comes surrounded by a host of delicious accompaniments, including pickles, meat, or fish.

WHAT TO EAT IN NEPAL  

Nepalese food is a delightful mix between Indian, Chinese, and Tibetan cultures. You can’t visit Nepal without tasting its Momo, Nepalese dumplings usually filled with steamed vegetables or meat and encased in a flour-based dough that is then steamed or fried. Another delicious dish is the Dal Bhat, a lentil soup with rice and either a steamed seasonal vegetable or vegetable curry; sometimes, it comes surrounded by a host of delicious accompaniments, including pickles, meat, or fish. 

WHAT TO DO IN NEPAL    

Festivals in Nepal are a mix of happiness, traditions, and culture. Holi: One of the most and worldwide famous is named Holi, a very colorful and playful festival. It is celebrated in the Terai on one day, and in Kathmandu and the hill regions on the next day. People smear colored powders on their friends, relatives, and family members, and throw colored water and water balloons. Buddha Jayanti: Buddha’s birthday falls on the first full day of the first month of the Hindu lunar calendar and is celebrated by Hindus as well as Buddhists. In Kathmandu, the Tibetan enclave of Boudhanath is an incredibly right place to watch the festivities. Dashain: it is the most important festival for Nepalis. It is a celebration of good prevailing over evil. People return to their home villages and spend the fifteen-day festival with their families. Large swings are set up for children, and from the tenth day, family members receive Tika (rice, red vermillion, and yogurt) on their foreheads from their elders. Tihar: it is Nepal’s second most important festival, after Dashain. In each of the three days, a different deity is worshipped: on the first day, the crow, the messenger of Yama (the bringer of death); on the second, dogs, which are believed to be Yama’s custodian; and on the third, the goddess Lakshmi is worshipped, the bringer of wealth. Lakshmi is worshipped by lighting houses with oil lamps, candles, and colorful lights.  

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