SEVERAL REASONS TO VISIT NEPAL
On the territory of Nepal is the highest mountain of the planet – Everest, or in the local Sagarmatha, or, as we were taught in school, Chomolungma. Already in order to see it, you should give up all this civilization, forget about comfort, familiar food and go to the country of high mountains, high spirituality and incredibly beautiful landscapes.
It is incomprehensible how the locals can live at such a height and not experience oxygen starvation! Surely, they feed on the energy of the sacred mountains, which are for them both home and work, and deity.
In Nepal, everything is very cheap: you can live here, spending about ten dollars a day on food, and a maximum of twenty dollars on living.
For impressions – to Nepal
Nepal is a small (130 km²) Asian kingdom in which, at an altitude of 2500 meters above sea level, in the foothills of the Himalayas there live 30 million people of one hundred nationalities! This ancient place is considered the birthplace of the Buddha. Residents profess Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism. Nepal’s neighbors are India, Tibetan China and Bhutan.
People come here for such impressions, which cannot be found anywhere else on Earth. In the capital of Nepal – Kathmandu – you can walk like a museum: solid palaces and very colorful Buddhist temples (stupas) with flags hung everywhere, symbolizing the elements of earth, water, air, ether and fire. Here you will meet many monks in bright orange robes – they are very benevolent, with a smile on their lips and joy in their eyes. Nepalese men are very proud, women never lose heart, and local kids are very beautiful, always brightly dressed and not at all shy.
But! This is just a city, and the real impressions you get, going to the mountains with snow-white peaks – calm and majestic! Their height is 7000-8000 meters! It was in Nepal that the most desirable summits for climbers from all over the world gathered. Every year hundreds of new expeditions set off to conquer the Nepalese mountains.
There are also four sites listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites:
Unique Valley Kathmandu.
Lumbini is the birthplace of the Buddha.
National Park Sagarmatha.
Royal Chitwan National Park.
If you go hiking through these places, walk along mountain paths from one village to another, stay overnight in guesthouses, eat local dishes and drink their cheerfulness drinks, you will be conquered forever by Nepal, its nature and its inhabitants.
Traveling through the Nepalese Himalayas, you will be in a different reality – you will soar above the bustle and the Earth. This is a magical and much-needed experience for all of us.
And you will see how rhododendrons are blooming, look at the high-altitude lakes of glacial origin with surprisingly clear water, see the unprecedented beauty of sunsets and sunrises. Nepal is a solid adventure in the good sense of the word! Here you can go mountaineering and hiking, go on excursions and raft on rafts, go to the jungle on safari and fly in balloons.
Nepal is considered a sacred place for many hundreds of years. Here you will find the peace and tranquility that we all so lack in life. You will feel this condition only after stepping on the Nepalese land. Here, everything breathes peace and wisdom: people, buildings, land. In Nepal, you will forget what the fuss of the world is, and feel what unity with nature is.
We are sure: you will never regret that you chose Nepal for your vacation – the birthplace of Buddha, the highest mountains and exotic rest.