Nepal is the land of views that are magnificent and sunsets; this nation is the gateway to the Himalayas and gets ready for a tour courtesy of guides if you're wondering what the best thing is. Nepal is one of these countries that may steal your heart after only one visit. Why? Most people would think of Nepal and directly away be imagining the Himalaya, vast areas, snowcapped peaks, dangerous heights, nomadic people goats, or still yaks. But little do they know this tiny country tucked between the huge spans of magnificent Tibet and vibrant India, nestled beneath the towering giants that give this land the title of ‘Trekkers Paradise' has a massive selection of shopping, nightlife, restaurants, adventure sports like white water, canyoning, paragliding and many more things to do in Nepal(https://www.greatnepaltreks.com/things-to-do-in-nepal). And of course civilization Hinduism meeting Buddhism from the most splash of color, upon civilization, blossom, blossom harmonies and Bollywood ballads. I was surprised to discover was amongst this rustic setting on offer. Nepal has a sense of time, especially in the streets of Thamel. Small dimly lit shops line the cluttered skinny roads, taxis and rickshaws squeeze beyond tourists and locals moving through crowds in the summit and hurrying through roads that are empty in offseason. New restaurants keep popping up, but clinging to the worldly sense, and slotting in amongst the brickwork non-conspicuously. Pubs, clubs and comfy bars with cushions splayed across the ground where you can wrap themselves around a cold beer and bowl of Sakthi Sandeko or chips cold, buffalo meat fried dried with soybeans and peppers.
Then there's Lakeside Pokhara. Get there, although get there by bus for around 300NPR, an airplane for 98USD or tourist bus to get 550NPR. It's again restaurants of restaurants, a city, trinket shopping and artwork, fantastic spots, live local rings with the talent to sit and sing along with. You can hire a pony, a bicycle, a motor bicycle or walk around the beautiful lake. A few Tibetan refugees visit Pokhara has a home as well now, and seeing them out in their established villages, market stalls, and carpet factories is a true pleasure and a chance to get to know these gorgeous men and women and leave feeling like part of the family.
I can't count how many times I've been back and forth to this amazing country, and there'll be many more to come. Getting around Nepal is simple the next time, however, an excellent way to explore it is in my trip that I shopped, and it was a great way to get to places I would not have found on my own, on a tour. Find a business that can be currently making a difference in lives over there and serves a purpose. There are many villagers that need assistance in making their lifestyles a little bit simpler. Some travel companies like the one are currently using their knowledge to not only give experiences to people but also making a true difference.