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“The Abode of Gods, King of Mountains, Himalaya”

- Kalidasa, 5the century A

Home to eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, the kingdom of Nepal draws an estimated 400,000 visitors annually. Landlocked between India and Tibet, Nepal contains some of the world’s most diverse and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes ranging from the impressive peaks of the Himalayan chain in the north, high-altitude plains and remote mountain passes, sub-tropical forests and national parks, terraced farmland hills and rice paddies, to the fertile plains of the Terai in the country’s south. The rivers that bisect the ranges contain alpine waters that swell with the summer monsoon rains. Some of Nepal’s most famous rivers offer the best white-water rafting and kayaking experiences in the world.

Much of the land outside the Kathamandu valley is untouched by man. Beyond Nepal’s capital are a series of remote mountain villages scattered throughout the Himalayas. These villages are sustained by subsistence farming using traditional farming practices of buffalo-drawn ploughs, hand harvesting and threshing of grains, and corn ground by water mills.

A land of eternal fascination, ancient history, cultural richness and diversity as well as pristine countryside, visitors are captivated not only by its impressive peaks, lush terrain and superb scenery, but also by its holiness and spiritual significance. For many centuries, the Himalayas became renowned as the hiding place for ancient sages to meditate, and many famous texts on religion, philosophy, medicine, yoga, literature and mathematics were written there.

For the Nepalese, Nepal is not only the ‘Abode of Snow’, but also the abode of the Gods and Goddesses they worship. Traditional beliefs and rituals are an important part of Nepalese life. Tourists wanting to experience Nepal’s spiritual culture can enjoy the many colorful festivals throughout the year.
To Kalidasa, Nepal is “a northern yardstick to measure the earth.” Lord Vishnu claims that together with Brahma and Shiva, he resides in the earth as the Himalayan Mountains to benefit mankind. To most of us, it is a place of unquestionable beauty where one visit is rarely enough.

We look forward to sharing our Nepal with you!

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