10 best places you must visit in Nepal

          Nepal is small, so is our eyes. But this small piece of land is whole within itself like our eyes which value our meaning to life. It has everything nature has to offer. It's geography forms the forest to desert and  tropical climate to icy mountains. Nepal is a country, little explored and left more undiscovered from it's landscape beauty to peoples lifestyle and coutry history itself.
           As Nepal government has announced this year as visit Nepal 2020, hoping to promote Nepal in world tourism and hospitality sector for improving the economy condition of the country and uplifting the lifestyle of its people. Nepal is considered the fifth most popular tourism destination and number one valued destination in the world. Nepal may not be much of what you expect in terms of luxury because of its poor infrastructure but it can be best place who love adventure and exploring remote places. Here, are 10 best places with few information for those who are anxious to travel this small peacefull country that can inhance your travelling experience.

10. Janakpur

        Janakpur, also known as Janakpurdham is located about 225 km (140 miles) south-east of Kathmandu and 22 km from the Indian border of terai region. It was once the capital of the Videha Dynasty that ruled Mithila region in the ancient times. Janakpur city is a centre for religious and cultural tourism. Hindu believes Lord Ram wedded Sita and thousands of devotee come to the temple of Janaki Mandhir every year from all over the world to celebrate their marriage anniversary. Vivaha Panchami, Dipawali, Vijayadashami, Chhath Puja and holi are some major religious hindu festivals celebrated here. Janaki Mandhir is also the largest temple of Nepal with it's massive three-story construction and 60 rooms which was build in 19th century. There is also more then 100 sacred pools and ponds scattered around the tranquil city.

09. Chitwan National Park

       Chitwan National Park is one of the first National Park in Nepal, established in 1973 which is also listed in an UNESCO Heritage site. The main activity here is in Chitwan are exploring wildlife by foot , jeep , boat or elephant. Chitwan National park is a home to mammals such as endangered one-horned rhinoceros , Bengal tiger ,spotted leopard , sloth bear, langur and rhesus monkey , sambar deer and chital , and reptails species like gharial and mugger crocodiles , monitior lizard , rock python and king cobra. Atlist 543 species of birds has been recorded since 2006 which includes swamp francolin, slender-billed babblers , storks , kingfishers , Gould's sunbird , slaty-breasted rail and many more making this wildlife safari adventurous and exciting. Not to forget the wild vegetaion here which is 70% of forest and important herbs and many different plants is worth notting. Aside from wildlife safari , we will also be able to explore the local village , lakes , religious sites and enjoy the local native dance which adds spice on your journey.

08. Lumbini

       Around 563 BCE, Queen Mahamayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama (Gautam Buddha)  who is known to be founder of Buddhism. That's where the temple Maya Devi got its name after his mother. Front of temple is Bodhi tree and pond with peacefull surrounding. Other elements that makes this place important is that , it has Eternal Peace Flame, Santi stupa and Ashoka piller which supports the evidence that Buddha was born here. Lumbini is a 10 hours drive from Kathmandu and the closest airport is Gautam Buddha Airport at Bhairahawa (30 min) with flight from and to Kathmandu. Lumbini has its historical, cultural, and religious importance. Many Buddhist pilgrims come here every year. In 1997 , Lumbini was made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, which makes this place very special.

07. Pokhara

       Pokhara offers you the best paranomic scenerio within itself. Covered with hills and mountains , stunning refection of Machhapuchhre on the beautiful Phewa lake and gate way to the world famous Annapurna range trek. Aside from its beauty , you can experience the world best thrilling adventure such as sky gliding , hot air bolloning , rafting and bungee jumping. Around the Phewa lake , you can also do boating and visit the Tal Barahi temple which is situated in the middle of the lake, or just chill in the peaceful environment walking or participating in yoga , meditation and massage nearby. Other major attraction here are Begnas Lake, Davi's fall, Mahendra cave , International Mountain Museum and so on. Pokhara is located 200 km west of the Kathmandu. As the second largest city in Nepal and the most popular tourist destination within the country and outside the country, Pokhara is established tourism area which holds the future of the city and tourism.

06. Nagarkot

       Nagarkot is considered as one of the most scenic spots in Bhaktapur District. It grants with panoramic view of Kathmandu valley and is also know for sunrise view of the Himalayan ranges including Mount Everest. For those who love nature and are active outdoor fanatic, hiking is also other popular activity which anybody can do in and around Nagarkot. You can also do paragliding with Everest view here. Nagarkot is 32 km east of Kathmandu, Nepal with an elevation of 2,195 meters recognised as an international hill station.

05. Kathmandu

       Kathmandu city is also known as the 'city of temples' as it includes many ancient temples and monasteries. Some of these places are listed as World Heritage Site  by UNESCO such as Pashupatinath temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa which are also the main sightseeing places inside Kathmandu Valley. As the city of capital city of Nepal and one of the oldest and largest city in Nepal, only the international airport lies here where every journey begins.

04. Kanchenjunga

       This spotless alluring mountian is world's third highest mountain with the name Kanchenjunga (5,586 m).  It is one of the first explored area yet least visited place because of its remote location in Nepal. Kanchenjunga region holds the captivating beauty with Rhododendron forest and is home to snow leopard. The local here are very kind and generious. They often offer with hot tongba, a heart-warming drink made from fermented millet. You will also meet friendly locals carrying their loads , giving company on your journey. Kanchenjunga lies between Nepal and Sikkim, India and there are four climbiing routes to reach the summit of Kanchenjunga; from the southwest, northwest, and northeast and one from the northeastern of Sikkim in India.

03. Dolpa

       Dolpa district is part of Karnali Region of mid-western Nepal. It is surrounded by Dhaulagiri and Churen Himal ranges at the east and south and Jumla District to the west. To the center of this region is "Shey Phoksundo  National Park"  , and "Shey Pokhsundo Lake" are the main feature of this region. The lake is crystal clear with free of aquatic life and surrounded by rocks, forest , and snow-capped peaks which is why this place is called one of the world's "Natural Hidden Wonders". Other notable features of this region are ancient and remote villages, rich wildlife and beautiful Buddhist monastries. The cultural tradition here are similer to that of Tibetan culture and the high and remote Himalayan valleys, resembles Tibetian highland.

02. Manaslu Tsum valley

       Manaslu (8,163 m) is placed eighth highest mountain in the world stated as "mountain of Spirit". The region was restricted to the outside world untill 1991 A.D. Nepal Government opened and it has gained its reputation since then. Expediting and various trekking option is popular among all the adventure lover over the world. Manaslu is located about 64 km east of Annapurna in the Gorkha District , offering the magnificent view of Annapurna ranges along with Cheo Himal, Himlung Himal, Kang Guru, Mt. Himalchuli, Ngadi Chuli, Ganesh Himal mountain range, Shringi, Lango and Saula. This region is also rich is diverse flora and fauna. The two main ethnic group of this region are Nubri and Tsum. To the central hills of the region is dominated by Gurungs and closer to the Tibet by Bhutias who are precisely Buddhist. The Manaslu region offers a variety of tekking options; The Manaslu Circuit Trek , Manaslu Lower Eco Trek and Tsum Valley.

01. Everest Base Camp (EBC)

       As the world's highest mountian , Mt. Everest (8,848 m) is also reckoned as "Holy Mother" of the Earth , its everyones dream to reach top of the world and feel the momentum of what its like be there and see Everest with their own eye. This can be lifetime experience with mixed feelings of pride , glory, tragidy and hardship. EBC maynot be regarded as the best scenic region in the country, still many climbers are appealed by the name itself. It is one of the most thrilling and challenging trek but also exciting for those who love trekking. The beautiful scene of Everest can be seen from Kala Pathar closely but the view is also seen from Namche Bazzar and from hill station of Nagarkot in Kathmandu in the clear day. Mt Everest is situated at the Khambu region is also home to Sagarmatha National Park which was estabilished as World Heritage Site in 1979 by UNESCO.