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Ten interesting facts about Nepal

Nepal’s local name for Mt. Everest is Sagarmatha, or “goddess of the sky.” 2. The flag of Nepalis the only national flag that is not quadrilateral in shape. 3. Eight of the world’s highest peaks can be found in Nepal. 4. Kathmandu was once known as Kantipur, which means the “City of Glory.” 5. Touching anything with your feet is considered offensive in Nepal. 6. In...

Rajasthani Aam ka Achar

Nepalese Cuisine

Daal Bhat Daal bhat is the main staple food of the Nepali. It is actually a combination of two dishes that are usually eaten together. Daal is lentil soup. The lentils most often used and favored by the Nepali are the yellow, green, and black varieties. Lentil soup is nutritious and tasty. The method for its cooking has been passed down from generation to generation...

Jungle Safari

What to do in Nepal

Trekking Pioneered by Col. Jimmy Roberts in the early 1960s, trekking is by far the biggest attraction and the most popular activity in Nepal. Most of the tourists try at least one of the many different types of treks, or go on multiple treks if they can, before leaving the country. Different treks are available to tourists at different times of the year. One type of...


Where to go in Nepal

Kathmandu Kathmandu is the largest city in Nepal and the political and cultural center of the country. It is nestled within a large valley, providing a pleasant climate to residents and guests. There has been rapid expansion inKathmandufor the past few decades, mainly fueled by tourism. The hustle and bustle is typical of the city, but locals remain hospitable to...


When to Visit Nepal

The most recommended seasons for aNepaltrip are spring and autumn. Spring, which happens between March and May, brings temperatures of 16–23 °C (61–73 °F). Autumn, which occurs between September and November, has a temperature reading of 15–24 °C (59–75 °F). Between the two recommended seasons, autumn is the more favored season for traveling. This is the peak season...