The Best Place to Visit in Nepal


What do you do when you’re in one of the most picturesque countries in the world? You take hundreds of pictures and share them with your friends on social media! If you’re looking to visit Nepal, here are some of the best places to visit in Nepal that will definitely make your trip an unforgettable one. (note: these aren’t listed in any particular order)


– Pokhara


Undoubtedly, Pokhara is one of best place to visit in Nepal. There are many places like Seti river and many more interesting things. So that’s why it’s important for you if you are planning to visit Nepal. The best time to visit Pokhara is October to March. During these season people can enjoy a lot because weather here is great and clear with awesome view of Himalayan Mountain Ranges including Langtang Lirung (7227m), Ganesh Himal (7025m), Manaslu (8156m), Annapurna II (8091m) , Annapurna I (8091m) etc. It has unique culture which combines Tibetan Buddhist religion and Hindu religion. The best attraction of Pokhara is Chitwan National Park where you can find different animals such as Tiger, Elephant, Rhinoceros, And Gharial Crocodile just in walking distance from tourist area. It will take only 1 hour from Kathmandu valley to reach there by road. In addition to that there are different caves and springs in Rajbiraj town which provides mind refreshment when used together with colorful flowers surrounding on them.


– Chitwan National Park


A Unesco World Heritage Site, Chitwan National Park is a popular tourist destination for trekkers and wildlife lovers alike. As one of Asia’s oldest and largest national parks, it’s also well known for its sheer diversity: more than 160 different species call it home, including rhinos, crocodiles, deer and birds—all just a few hours from Kathmandu! Like many other attractions in Nepal, you’ll need to hire a local guide or tour operator if you want to do any hiking here. But don’t worry: one of Nepal’s most charming cities is close by—and luckily enough for your travel plans there are plenty of tours that include Chitwan AND Kathmandu.


– Lumbini (the birthplace of lord Buddha)

Lumbini Nepal

It is located on a plain at the foothills of Churia range of hills, 5 kilometers east of Tulsipur town and approximately 500 km south-east from Kathmandu. It was here that Lord Buddha Sakyamuni was born. At Maya Devi Temple an image of Queen Maya Devi is enshrined.

The Mayadevi Temple dates back to 3rd century B.C., but it has been destroyed several times by fire. There are two large stupas known as Kushana & Gupta period. These stupas were built over original relics found during excavations conducted by Archaeological Survey of India. There are also many other statues of Lord Buddha & his disciples like Shariputra, Maudgalyayana etc.,

Also there are some small shrines present which also have importance in Buddhism. It is estimated that around 100m west of Stupids and 200m north west excavation work going on which may be remains of Ashoka’s visit to Lumbini after he converted into Buddhism.

– Kathmandu Valley


no visit to Nepal is complete without exploring its capital. The Kathmandu Valley is home to many of Nepal’s top attractions, including Patan’s famed Durbar Square, Bhaktapur with its many charming shrines and temples, and of course, Kathmandu itself, a lively and fascinating city replete with historical sites.

When it comes time for your next trip to Nepal and you’re faced with making a decision about where you should go first, remember that there are plenty of best places in Nepal just waiting for you. One thing is certain: once you have visited one spot here, there will be no turning back; every city or area has something truly unique about it that makes it worth visiting again and again.

– Hetauda

Bordering Tibet and famous for being home to Shechen Monastery, Hetauda is a gateway city that sits at 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) above sea level. It’s surrounded by a number of beautiful lakes and offers a stunning view of Mt. Everest. The town also has its own airport, which connects it with Kathmandu and Pokhara.

– Bhaktapur



An important industrial and trading centre, Bhaktapur is home to ancient temples and buildings which showcase Nepalese crafts and culture. The heart of old Bhaktapur lies around Durbar Square, home to historic Rajbhandari ruins and fine examples of traditional Newari architecture. Festivals held here during Chaitra (March-April) and Dashain (September-October) are an important draw for tourists. This town has now become more modern as it is now considered as part of metropolitan Kathmandu.

– Langtang Region


Best Trekking Trail !!! : Langtang Region is one of best destination for Trekking. Trekking route of Langtang region has a lot of attractive places such as Dovan Dega, Kyanjin Gompa, Helambu Valley, Tharepati Lake, Chisopani, Kyanjin Gomba and Langthil Monastery. If you want to feel so close with nature and challenge yourself in trekking then do try Langtang region.

– Mustang


Welcome to Mustang! Nestled between Tibet and Nepal, Mustang is a district of Nothern-Western Nepal. It’s unique geography and wild landscapes have captured many an explorer. Because it’s sandwiched between two countries, it’s sometimes referred to as the roof of the world, or the last Shangri-La on earth. But don’t just take our word for it – go see it for yourself! There are several treks you can do through its rugged terrain. You can choose from either short day hikes or multi-day camping treks that will get you up close and personal with Everest base camp (in fact, you can hike all the way to Everest base camp). These trekking expeditions are not for everyone so be sure to do your research before making plans. We highly recommend one company called Mustang Adventure Treks & Expedition Pvt Ltd who have been taking people safely into these mountains since 1996. They’re an expert at helping first time visitors learn how to enjoy all they have to offer while avoiding danger.


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