Nepal is a small country nestled in the Himalayas, located in South Asia and sandwiched between the giant neighbours of China and India. It covers an area of 147181 sq. km and is home to the world-famous Mt. Everest and the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Despite its small size, Nepal is incredibly diverse in many ways. Geographically, the country can be divided into three regions: the Himalayan region, the hilly region, and the Terai region.

Nepal is a fascinating and diverse country that offers something for everyone. It boasts stunning natural beauty, diverse ethnic groups, and deeply spiritual and remote villages, all centred around the bustling capital of Kathmandu. Adventure seekers, spiritualists, and nature lovers alike will find much to explore and experience in Nepal. The country’s unparalleled natural diversity is showcased by its dense jungles, towering mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, and abundant wildlife, all easily accessible in this beautiful country. Visitors can enjoy an elephant-back safari, listening to the call of peacocks while spotting rhinos, tigers, and crocodiles, before embarking on a thrilling rafting adventure on the country’s mountain-fed rivers.

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