Things to Do in Nepal

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    Summary

    travelers traveling to Nepal for a short period of time, Poon Hill Trek will be an ideal option. The Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in the Annapurna region allows you to view most of the mountain peaks in Western Nepal from close proximity.

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    1. Trekking

    There are some fantastic opportunities for trekking in Nepal, with the stunning Himalayas covering 64% of the country. In fact, it is arguably the best country in the world for treks and hikes. Temples, monasteries, and lakes scattered across the mountainside choose there’ll be some sights and adventures. Seeing the sunrise and place is superb. There are so many treks in Nepal it would be quite hard to write about them all, however, the two most famous ones are the trek to base-camp of this world highest mountain and the Annapurna Circuit.

    2. National Parks

    There are three wildlife reserves, nine national parks and three conservation areas in Nepal, this equates to 18% of Nepal having protected land. The majority of Individuals visit Royal Chitwan National Park. This covers 932km2 of water marshes sal forest and grasslands and is by far the most famous park in Nepal. Reason people visit and the biggest draw is that it’s home to the one-horned rhino that is Indian and there is an opportunity to spot leopards and tigers. Other parks are pretty and worth visiting but they aren’t really on the primary tourist trail.

    3.Food

    Unlike a lot of its’ neighbors, Nepali food is not fantastic it’s rice with veggies. However, there is a huge variety of western, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Tibetan meals readily available. A large proportion of Nepal is vegan the ones that do it meat eat the animal all. Try bul-la which is dregs of rice-wine with ti-syah or spleen, friend spinal marrow or about swan-puka which is lungs filled through the windpipe with batter and boiled, fried and chopped and finished off with steamed blood pudding. Some sticky sweets are made by the Nepalese though when the primary meals are not any fantastic.

    4. Drink

    It is ideal to get around the water. Although most restaurants do filter and boil their water. Tea this isn’t good, but it has a tendency to be very weak. Lassi is a delicious noodle beverage created from yogurt.

    Nepal does produce some decent beer, generally perceived to be the best is Everest beer, however, you might also get some imported beer like Kingfisher or Guinness.

    5. Top ten adventures

    1). Trek to Everest base-camp

    2). Annapurna Circuit trek

    3). Spending a Couple of Days exploring Kathmandu

    4). Chitwan National Park

    5). Everest to be seen by Hurry

    6). Seeing Bhaktapur

    7). Relaxing from Pokhara lake with a cold beer

    8). Poonhill trek

    9). White-water rafting

    10). 160m bungee jump (one of the greatest in the world) at Bhote Kosi, (12km from the Tibetan border)