Kathmandu

The Kathmandu Valley, the political, commercial and cultural hub of Nepal, is the first stop for the majority of visitors to the country. It was originally known as the Nepal Valley. A separate Kingdom in itself, Nepal contains three fabled cities, each an artistic exposition of graceful temples, elegant palaces, brick-paved courtyards and quaint streets.
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Pokhara

Pokhara “the valley of the lakes, linked by the Prithvi-Rajmarg, is situated 200 kms south west of Kathmandu. The scenic valley of Pokhara is an enormous sunlit playground surrounded by green forested hills, waterfalls, terraced fields. The beauty of the valley at 900 m is further enhanced by its three lakes Phewa, Begnas and Rupa. Pokhara also offers excellent views of the Dhaulagiri, Himalchuli, the five peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare.

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      It was was a busy schedule, but they did want to see a lot, so they didn’t mind.”
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Nagarkot

Nagarkot is situated at 7133 ft, with a spectacular view of Himalayas – Langtang, Dorjee Lakpa, Gauri Shankar. On a clear day one can even see Mt. Everest. The top of Nagarkot commands acceleration views in all the directions. The altitude of Nagarkot is 2229 mt./7133 ft. above the sea level.

Muktinath

The famous temple of Muktinath lies in the district of Mustang and is situated on a high mountainside. During the festival of Janai Poornima, Hindu devotees gather at this spot to pay homage to Lord Muktinath. About one hundred meters to the south of the temple of different gods and goddesses are enshrined. On the grounds of the temple are three holes from which flames shoot forth continually. Since ancient times, these divine flames of ‘Jwala’ have been worshipped as Jwaladevi (the goddess of flame).

Jomsom

Amidst the high Himalayan settlement of Tibetan – speaking people, at an altitude of 8,800 feet, is a serene village called Jomsom. It is among the very few places in Nepal from where the Himalayan peaks can be admired at such a close range. Giant peaks like Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna Range seem almost at touching distances. Jomsom is not only the most popular trekking destination in Nepal but also the gateway to Upper mustang “Kingdom” within the Hindu Kingdom of Nepal. Jomsom is also the gateway to the Muktinath temple that holds great religious significance to both Buddhist and Hindus.

Dhulikhel

Dhulikhel is a small quiet town, known for its traditional crafts. It lies 30 kms east of Kathmandu, at an altitude of 1470 metres (4,823 ft). From here, one can have a spectacular view of the Himalayan range from Cho Oyu in the East to Himalchuli in the west. The reflection of the sunset on the snowy peaks causes a brilliant panorama of colours

Chitwan

The Chitwan National Park is a part of Nepal’s southern lowlands known as the Terai, and is covered with dense tropical jungle teeming with diverse wildlife and exotic birds and one of the most exciting safari destinations in the world. The Park is visited either on elephant back or four-wheel drive vehicle to view wild animals in their natural habitat.

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“Good morning Lipi,
Just to tell you that the trip in the wood was fantastic this morning, you and your team did a great job. We saw several rhino’s.
Thanks and have a nice weekend.”- Toni Schuerman, Belgium

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