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Nepal is probably best known as the home of eight of the ten highest peaks in the world, including the tallest – Mount Everest. It is also the birthplace of Buddha. It is also one of only a few countries where the endangered royal Bengal tiger, snow leopard and one horned rhinoceros can be found. From the majestic Himalayas (the source of many great rivers) to the lower wetlands, Nepal gives you the space to be charmed by its culture, climb its tallest mountains, quench your thirst for adventure by kayaking, bungee jumping and more including soaking in the jaw-dropping scenery and seeping yourself in nature.
The country's people come from a variety of tribes and races; though the official language is Nepali. Formerly a Hindu state, Nepal was declared secular in 2006.  The Nepalese rupee is the local currency but US dollars, euros, pounds sterling and Indian rupees are also accepted (Indian 500 and 1000 rupee notes are not accepted due to issues with counterfeiting). 

The ideal time to visit Nepal is during spring or autumn – March to mid-June and mid-August to November – as the weather is at its best and the mountain views at their most glorious.

Our Travel Styles In Nepal

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