Nepal, significantly is the ultimate paradise for photographers. There is perhaps hardly any picturesque and beautiful place than Nepal in the world!
Nepal is the home of Mt. Everest and birthplace of Lord Buddha.UNESCO has list altogether four natural and cultural sites in world heritage site of Nepal. Which are Kathmandu Valley, Lumbini, Sagarmatha Region, and Chitwan National park. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan Durbar square are the testament to the rich culture. Henceforth it represents architectural excellence of Nepali civilization.
Besides there are numerous temples, monasteries scattered throughout the length and breadth of the country that will forever mesmerize any traveler with a keen sense of curiosity. More than 100 ethnic groups live in this tiny nation, making it a cultural melting point. Each of the ethnic groups have their own festivals, culture, customs and rituals they follow. Nepal remains specifically occupied with cultural festivals virtually half of the year. Add to that cuisines that is plenty to go around for any gastronomical enthusiast.
Nepal is blessed with the mighty Himalayas that make up the northern border. Eight of the ten highest peaks including Everest, Kanchejunga, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu are in Nepal. All around you will see snow capped peaks, green hills, terraced farms, rivers, waterfalls and rural villages. The climate here ranges from subtropical and temperate to alpine and tundra supporting a whole range of biodiversity. Nepal has over 20 protected areas like national parks, conservation areas, wildlife reserves and hunting reserve. Meanwhile Red panda, rhino, elephants, snow leopards, black bear are also some of the endangered flag species .