Luxury holidays in Nepal

Nepal is a country of highly diverse and rich geography, culture and religions. Mountains, mid hills, valleys and plains dominate the geography of landlocked Nepal that extends from the Himalayan range in the north to the Indo-Gangetic lowlands in south. Mt.Everest, the highest point of our mother Earth is here. There’s a lot to do and to see in this beautiful country, places to visit, people to meet, food to eat. The culture here is multi-dimensional, influenced by the culture and tradition of India, Tibet and Mongolia.

The best time to visit the Amazon of Asia is during October and September, right after the monsoon season. The skies are usually clear and the visibility is good, which makes it the perfect time to trek and roam the beautiful mountains and simply relax. However, there is more to Nepal than just trekking, a few of the major attractions in Nepal are:

1 Boudanath Stupa:

It is one of the most imposing landmarks in Katmandu. The 36-meter-high stupa of Boudhanath is one of the largest stupas in South Asia, home to 29 Tibetan Gompas.

2 Pokhra Valley:

Pokhra Valley is one of the most visited places in Nepal because of its scenic views. The valley has it all, from forests, caves, glaciers to a scenic view of the Himalayan ranges.

3 The Living Goddess Kumari:

Nepal has a tradition of worshipping pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of a divine female energy in Hindu religious traditions. There are several kumaris in the entire country, the best known kumara, The Royal Kumari, resides in Katmandu.

4 Nepal Music Festival:

The festival is more than just a place of music and dance; it is a mission to enable sustainable development of Nepal’s economy and culture. It is a campaign for ‘People, Peace and Progress.’

5 Chitwan National Park:

The Chitwan National Park, Nepal's first national park lies at the foot of the Mahabharat range in the inner Terai lowlands of Chitwan. You can visit the tribal villages where you’ll be welcomed with nothing less than warm hugs and lots of traditions, or you could spend time admiring the animals.

The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal cocoons 101 ethnicities and protects their religious beliefs and practices. This is one of the reasons Nepal’s as beautiful it is. One of the best parts about any country is how humble and welcoming the people are, and the Nepalese do know how to win hearts.

The entire country is divided into three regions, The Himalayan Region, The Mid-Hills and the Terai Region. Each region has distinctive culture and traditions as well as tribes.

The intensity of the culture is what makes this nation great, there’s just so much of it everywhere, and it’s nothing less than outstanding.

Another great attraction that you just can’t afford to miss is the ‘Full Moon Concert’.

The Kirateshor Temple at Pashupatinath has been home to monthly full moon concerts since 1992. The concerts, which are organized by the Kirateshor Sangeet Ashram, begin at four in the afternoon and continue into the night of the full moon in the temple’s open courtyard.

These concerts are mesmerizing. They create soothing music with classical instruments and vocals. One is allowed to witness magic as it happens. Tabla, flute, harmonium, sitar are some of the instruments that are usually played during these concerts. The vivid environment gives a peaceful vibe. The Kirateshwar full-moon concerts are something you should definitely see in Nepal.