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City Tour in Nepal

Nepal is a destination that is burned on your memory, unable to be forgotten but always longed for. The Nepalese formula combines cultural interest through hundreds of century-old temples and religious traditions with the natural beauty that Nepal is so blessed to boast. With eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world within its borders, you know to expect something extraordinary – but no number of photos can prepare you for the real thing. Its jungles, often forgotten amidst the grandeur of Mount Everest and its fellow Himalayan brothers, are equally impressive, though in a vastly different way.
The political situation is Nepal has improved greatly over the last couple of years. The country, a republic since 2008 is however still on its way to find a stable political balance. Government coalitions are formed and dissolved frequently. This doesn’t impact travellers in a great way.
City Tour Areas
Bhaktapur – in the Kathmandu Valley; a well-preserved historical city, centre of pilgrimage and Nepali pottery-making; no motorized vehicles allowed
Biratnagar – an important agricultural centre and a centre for political activism, in eastern Nepal near Dharan
Birganj – a business gateway between India and Nepal in mid-southern Nepal
Dharan
Janakpur – a historical religious centre and home to the 500-year old Janaki Temple
Kathmandu – the capital and largest city in Nepal
Lumbini – Birthplace of Buddha
Namche Bazaar – a Sherpa settlement located in the Solu Khumbu region and popular with trekkers
Nepalgunj – the main hub for the Mid- and Far-Western Development Region; Bardiya National Park is close by
Patan – beautiful, historic Patan Durbar Square was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979, also known as Lalitpur
Pokhara – major gateway for trekking in the Himalayas


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