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Nepal

A fascinating royal hill kingdom, complete with ancient customs and well-preserved monuments, there's a lot more to Nepal than its snow-capped Himalayan peaks. An example in the resilience of human spirit, this country has bounced back from natural calamity and royal scandal alike to keep pace with a technologically advancing outside world. Teeming with some of the world's most intricately built monuments, Kathmandu gives you a glimpse into an otherwise unknown world. Intricate Hindu temples and Buddhist stupas surround Kathmandu and its glitzy casinos. Spend time in Pokhara's delightful quaint pubs beside its serene lake. Stunning vistas all around of Himalayan peaks, this here is Shangri-La in itself. Erstwhile hunting grounds of the royals, go wildlife spotting in Chitwan's marshy grasslands and forests, looking out for the elusive Bengal tiger and rhino. Time moves all too soon here in this fascinating land, but expect to find yourself planning another visit before you leave.

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Things to do

Kathmandu-Nepal's fascinating cultural centre, Kathmandu is a lot more than its casinos make it out to be. From durbar square to Narayanhity Palace, there's much going on for the curious. Kathmandu's heart, however, is in the cobbled streets of Thamel.

Pokhara-Fascinatingly beautiful, Pokhara is one of those destinations you'll find yourself promising to return to. Surrounded by snow-capped Himalayan peaks, spot the Annapurna on a clear day.

Chitwan National Park-The UNESCO world heritage Royal Chitwan National Park, with nearly 1000 sq kilometers of forests, grassland and marshes are home to wildlife from sloth bears, leopards, wild elephants, and even the rare Bengal tiger.

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  • Kathmandu is not only the capital of Nepal but also its cultural center. Teeming with some of the most impressive monuments, Kathmandu gives you a quick precis of this royal hill kingdom's traditions. Visit the world's biggest stupa or the revered 'sleeping Vishnu' deity or grab a bite at a pub Edmund Hillary frequented; Kathmandu is everything you thought it would be, and then some.

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  • A fascinating blend of ancient architecture with bustling casinos, Kathmandu is the hill kingdom's cultural center. Teeming with some of the world's most intricately built monuments, Kathmandu gives you a glimpse into an otherwise unknown world. Move on to Pokhara, with its delightful pubs around the serene lake. Stunning vistas all-around of Himalayan peaks, this here is Shangri-La in itself.

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  • Mount Everest and more, this beloved royal hill kingdom has resilience and beauty like none other. Spend time in its capital, Katmandu, for architectural delights and glitzy casinos. Move on to Pokhara's quaint pubs and peaceful lake with breathtaking views of the Annapurna range. End this royal adventure spotting wildlife at Chitwan, erstwhile royal hunting grounds.

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  • A lot more than snow-capped peaks and trekking enthusiasts, Nepal is a perfect blend of traditional heritage and ancient culture. Visit ancient shrines in Katmandu before you move on to Pokhara's serene lake and breathtaking Annapurna views. The perfect end to the best of Nepal, spend your last two days wildlife spotting in Chitwan's grassy marshlands and forests.

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  • A hugely popular destination, Kathmandu has slowly managed to pick itself up in spite of extensive damage in the 2015 earthquake. Heritage, culture and casinos are the biggest draw to this city. Head over to the renowned Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhnath Stupa (the world's biggest stupa).

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  • A fascinating blend of ancient architecture with bustling casinos, Kathmandu is the hill kingdom's cultural center. Teeming with some of the world's most intricately built monuments, Kathmandu gives you a glimpse into an otherwise unknown world. Move on to Pokhara, with its delightful pubs around the serene lake.

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Best time to visit March to May & October and November

After the rains (with the monsoon between June and early September), October and November are probably the best times to visit. With good visibility and perfect weather conditions, trekking now is easier.

Winters could get harsh in the northern part of Nepal from November to Spring, between March and May, is a good time to visit with cool temperatures some showers throughout the country.

October 11.5/28.50 C
November 7.7/25.50 C
December 5.1/23.50 C
January 4.0/22.50 C
February 6.2/260 C
March 10.0/29.70 C

How to reach

Air

  • Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, is the main connecting international airport in Nepal.

  • The rest of the country is fairly well connected by domestic flights, but weather plays an important part in whether your flight takes off at the right time.

Road

  • Regular buses also connect most towns, but premium buses only run between Kathmandu and Pokhara with the route to Chitwan opening up in peak season.

  • Taxis are the easiest form of getting around the city; however, as with most southeast Asian countries, it would make sense to agree on the fare before you get in.