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    Published Mar 14th 2021 by Ram Banjara

    Never visit Nepal: I said Please Don’t!

    Giving a long description every time saying Nepal is a beautiful country must be boring. But I am not going to bother these words. Till the end, I will keep on saying on each corner, to each people that here lies Heaven. If this won’t make you accept the truth then you should probably never visit Nepal. I am saying please don’t! Here I provide you with some more proofs of why shouldn’t you make Nepal your travel destination. 

    Nepal is not just a country, it is a mystical land full of breathtaking landscapes, diverse culture, and warm hospitality. It is a land where the mighty Himalayas stand tall, the rivers flow with grace, and the valleys are lush with vegetation. The vibrant colors of the festivals and the rich cultural heritage of Nepal are a feast for the eyes and soul.

    The hospitality of Nepali people is legendary. The moment you step foot in Nepal, you will be welcomed with a warm smile and a "Namaste" from the locals. The Nepalese people are humble, generous, and kind-hearted, and they are always eager to share their culture and traditions with the visitors.

    Nepal is a paradise for adventure lovers. From trekking in the Himalayas to rafting in the rivers, there are countless activities that will get your adrenaline pumping. The country is home to some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, and trekking in the Himalayas is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

    Nepal is also a land of spirituality and tranquility. The country is home to some of the most sacred pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Buddhists alike. The serene environment of the monasteries and temples provides an ideal setting for meditation and introspection.

    Incredible climatic diversification

    Nepal has a magical climatic diversification. Be aware! This might influence your heart to stay here. With a diverse landscape, you get an opportunity to experience all different climatic variations. From hot Terai to cool hills and cold Himalayas Nepal offers you the friendliest climate you enjoy with. But if you are inhabited by a single type of climate and if you don’t find your way friendly to a variety of climates at the same place then you should never visit Nepal!

    Nepal, a small landlocked country in South Asia, is a paradise for nature lovers. The incredible climatic diversification that Nepal offers is truly remarkable. From the tropical climate of Terai in the south to the alpine climate of the Himalayas in the north, Nepal has it all.

    The southern part of Nepal, known as the Terai, is characterized by hot and humid summers and mild winters. The flat land of Terai is covered with lush green forests and is home to a variety of flora and fauna. This region is perfect for wildlife safari, bird watching and jungle walk.

    As we move towards the middle hills, the climate becomes milder with pleasant summers and cold winters. The hills of Nepal are known for their lush green forests, terraced farms, and picturesque villages. The hills are perfect for hiking, trekking and village tours.

    The northern part of Nepal is covered by the mighty Himalayas. The climate in the Himalayas is alpine, with long and harsh winters and short summers. The Himalayas are home to some of the highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest. The trekking trails in the Himalayas offer an unparalleled adventure to the trekkers.

    The climatic diversification in Nepal has led to the development of a unique ecosystem. The country is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, including endangered species like the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, and snow leopard.

    Pristine Natural Beauty

    Here comes the major issue. Nepal is richly blessed with natural beauty. Mind my words you are going to get hypnotized with its stunning allurance. The majestic Himalayas, panoramic views, fast-flowing freshwater rivers, deep blue silent lakes, mysterious caves and many more steals your heart here. Nature here is like a dreamland, you merely could escape out from the bond of your soul with the beauty of nature. If you fear bonding with this hypnotizing magnificence then I am warning please don’t visit Nepal.

    Adventurous hiking trials

    One of the most popular hiking trails in Nepal is the Everest Base Camp trek, which is considered as the ultimate trekking adventure in the world. The trek takes you to the base camp of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest, and rewards you with breathtaking views of the Himalayan range.

    Another popular trek in Nepal is the Annapurna Circuit trek, which takes you through the beautiful Annapurna region. The trek offers stunning views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchhre mountains, as well as several other peaks that rise above 8000 meters.

    If you are looking for a short hike, the Nagarkot Hiking Trail is a perfect choice. The trail takes you through the hills surrounding Kathmandu and offers spectacular views of the Himalayan range.

    The Langtang Valley Trek is another popular trek in Nepal that takes you through the Langtang region, which is home to some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. The trek offers stunning views of the Langtang Himalayan range, including Langtang Lirung, Gang Chhenpo, and Dorje Lakpa.

    The Upper Mustang Trek is a relatively new trekking trail in Nepal that takes you through the remote region of Mustang, which was closed to foreigners until 1992. The trek offers a unique opportunity to explore the ancient Buddhist culture of the region, as well as the stunning landscape that is reminiscent of the Tibetan plateau.

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    Home to lots of valuable flora and fauna

    Along with nature, Nepal is also very rich in diverse spices of natural vegetation. Nepal is a home to explore, learn and identify the queries of nature. Making your way into the forest or national park you get to see lots of wild animals in their habitat. With the increase in population lives of many plants and animals of great value are threatened. But still, you can spot unique and endangered floras and faunas easily in the forests. If you prioritize artificial premises over nature then you should never visit Nepal.

    The diverse cultural significance

    Every ethnic tribe has its own culture. Each culture is decorated with a unique way of living its life. Each caste has its own history and tradition. Multiple cast and creed live as a single thread in Nepal. Multicultural and multilingual essence is felt in each step you precede. If you don’t want to experience the varieties of the way of living with unity then you should never visit Nepal.

    Respect for religion

    Nepal is considered to be a motherland. And this land has always taught her children to respect every aspect of society. Hence, it is a secular nation. Each individual has their right to follow the religion of their choice. Every religion is given equal respect; every festival is celebrated with equal joy and contentment. The culture might be different but the love, respect, emotion, and humanity between the Nepalese tribe win more than anything. If you are concreted to a single religion and if you can’t show the same level of respect to every religion, every festival, every people, every culture then please don’t visit Nepal.

    The immaculate world heritage sites

    Nepal is home to 10 UNESCO enlisted world heritage sites. A religious heritage built more than 2500 years back are still alive here. Every form of ancient civilization is expressed in the form of art. Precise ancient architecture since the 5th century conserved with beliefs. Nepal cherishes it all way to preserve those heritages as a mother cares for her child. The architecture of that era still can’t beat modern engineering. If you disrespect your root of ancient civilization and think of Nepal as underdeveloped, then please you should never visit here.

    Mouthwatering Nepalese cuisine

    In Nepal, a large group from all the ethnicity is woven with the thread of harmony. Each culture here has its own bunch of healthy, unique, mouth-watering, tasty, good food. Each place has its own unique cuisine, has its unique taste, and unique style of serving. The most famous carbohydrate and protein-rich dhido and soup of gundruk and bhatmas cover you with an energy diet for a whole day. Hot and spicy momos make you crave for it anytime. Homemade alcohols, hundreds of varieties of meat, protein-rich beans, organic vegetables, unique varieties of rice, local yak cheese, nutritious ghee, famous sel roti,  different types of pickles, and many more fulfill your soul here. If you can’t digest the varieties of healthy cuisine stuffed with lots of love and emotion then please don’t visit Nepal.

    Kind-hearted and humble people

    Nepalese people have a culture of ‘respecting guests as a god.’ So what could be a better culture than this? They leave their work for your service. Nepalese are the most innocent people in the world. Just give a glancing smile they get ready to share the whole of their happiness for your comfort. Also, don’t forget they are the bravest in the world. If you intense to provoke them for your selfishness then please don’t visit Nepal. This will be the greatest loss you will achieve in your life.

    The whole of Nepal can’t be expressed in words. This is the place to be felt. The beauty here is never enough to be expressed instead is to be captured inside the heart. The culture here is not seen in photography, it is to be learned. The food here is not just to fill an empty stomach but to fulfil the soul. The heritage here is not a set of building instead of a representation of a History long way back. The people here are the most beautiful and humble ones.
    So if you think the Himalayas are only the Rocky Mountains, vegetation is only the bunch of trees and some species, culture is outdated, heritage is not more important than please you should never ever visit Nepal!

    Ram Banjara

    Mr. Ram Banjara

    If you're planning a trip to Nepal, you should definitely consider reading the informative blogs written by Mr. Ram Prasad Banjara, the owner of Himalaya Land Treks. As an experienced traveler and local resident, he has a wealth of knowledge to share with tourists looking to explore the beautiful country of Nepal.

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