India’s very old neighbour and a very good friend, Nepal is a major tourist attraction. The country is very close to home and easy to visit. There are no VISA problems and you do not have to plan the trip much in advance. A Nepal trip can be your next weekend getaway or an elaborate vacation.
It is best to plan a Nepal tour during the months of October to December. January and February are the coldest. During March and April, the weather is extremely dry. It is followed by humid summers and heavy rains till September.
Nepal tour packages usually include visits to the monasteries, temples, historical sites, museums, and adventure sports. You can opt for a package depending on your interests. Nepal is a great place for people to relax and unwind. You can spend hours at the monasteries or just roam the streets. If you are someone more inclined towards adventure, you can go for treks or bungee jumping.
The country is nestled away in the great Himalayan range and is, therefore, the perfect place for hikes and treks. Trekking in Nepal has always been a fad. The rough ridges, steep valleys, thick forests, and fresh air are the best companions. If you are a beginner, you must only opt for day treks. Some of the famous treks are Herambu trek, Everest trek, Langtang trek, and Annapurna trek.
Every Nepal holiday package has all the important tourist places on the itinerary. As a keen traveller, you must see Durbar Square, Bhaktapur, Royal Palace, Boudhanath Stupa, Lake Phewa, Annapurna Sanctuary, Mustang, Chitwan National Park, Monkey Temple, Maya Devi Temple, and Lumbini.
Nepal happens to be one of the best places to spend time with your loved ones. Booking a Nepal honeymoon package is a good idea if you and your spouse are looking for a cozy vacation. The country allows people to be in peace, have a conversation, explore, take walks, and eat delicious food. It offers the most amazing environment to kick start a new life together.
While visiting Nepal, do not forget to stop at a monastery for meditation or to listen to the daily chants. Apart from this, Nepal’s market is famous for the best and the thickest woollen goods and handicraft. Their food and drinks are quite unique and tasty. You will be surprised at how they manage to live such happy lives without the big cities and amenities.