Nepal Trekking




Imagine a place where you can have heavenly joys in your lifetime. Imagine a place where you can have experiences of most of the diversities of nature and culture, being a small country in size. Not only these are the things to see in Nepal but it also has lots of breathtaking and eye-catching beauties throughout the whole country. Nepal is countries where you feel yourself you are in the heaven. So please think many times before you plan your holiday in the world. Nepal is most happening trekking destinations in the world. If you are hanging your mind doing lots of work and works always, and if you want to refresh your mind, you are mostly welcome to our country Nepal. Traveling to Nepal makes your life some funnier, more enjoyable, make a little better and have more good experiences. 

People from the globe are feeling tired due to working a lots so do their mind. They must have lots of money but money can't buy happiness and joys. So people from the different parts of the world are exploring new places to visit. Among the prettiest places to visit in, Nepal is in the front line. 
 
To trek in the remote area of Nepal offers you many things. Not only it offers you to view the breath-taking and eye catching views of panoramic high mountain views but it also offers you to meet and intermingle with those people who look like your ancestors of many years ago, those people who are living absolutely out of competition-economically, politically, culturally and traditionally in a society. These things are happening usually in the developed country. 

So, so you are heartily welcome to Nepal. It will be great proud of us to work with you all our valuable customers. 

Among of you, you might have been traveling to Nepal for a couple of times or many times, but being your Nepal agent, we would like to give you some important tips for you.

Country Name: Nepal, Landlocked (Between India and China)

Latitude: 26°22' North to 30°27' North
Longitude: 84°4' East to 88°12' East

Capital: Kathmandu (4,413ft.), where you fly in or drive in

Area: 147,181 sq. km

Population: 26.7 million

People: Various ethnic groups, including the Bhotiya (which include the Sherpa), Khas, Kirati, Magar, Gurung, Rai, Limbu, Newari, Tharu, Tamang and Tibetans.

Language: Nepali, the official language, is an Indo-Aryan tongue derived from classical Sanskrit.

Political system: Multi-party Democratic 

Religion: Hindu, Buddhism, Christian, Muslim and Jain (secular)

Nepalese time: 5 hours 45 minutes ahead of GMT 

Climate: Weather varies from the tropical in the low lands to the arctic at the higher altitudes.

Electricity: 220 volts AC, 50Hz. There are frequent power cuts.

History: The history of Nepal centers on the Kathmandu Valley. Until the country assumed its present form in the 18th century the valley was Nepal, in both name and fact. For most of its known history, Nepal was ruled by a hereditary king but, from the middle of the 19th century, hereditary prime ministers of the Rana family controlled the country. In 1951 the Ranas were overthrown and the monarchy restored under King Tribhuvan. Today, Nepal enjoys a multi-party democratic system.

Trekking destinations: More than 20 different trekking destinations
 
Nepal occupying only 0.1% of the earth is home to: 
 
-2% of all the flowering plants in the world
-8% of the world's population of birds (more than 848 species) 
-4% of mammals on earth
-11 of the world's 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species) 
-600 indigenous plant families
- 8 of the 14 high mountains (above 8000m) of the world   
-319 species of exotic orchids