The capital city, Kathmandu, along with its neighboring cities of Bhaktapur and Patan, is a cultural hub with numerous temples, palaces, and historical sites such as Durbar Square.
1. Kathmandu Valley
For trekkers and adventure enthusiasts, the Everest Base Camp trek offers an opportunity to witness the world's highest peak up close. The trek provides stunning views of the Himalayan range.
2. Mount Everest
Known for its serene lakes, Pokhara is a popular destination for boating on Phewa Lake, exploring caves like Gupteshwor Cave, and enjoying panoramic views of the Annapurna range.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chitwan National Park is famous for its wildlife, including rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, and various bird species. Safari activities like jungle walks and elephant rides are popular here.
4. Chitwan National Park
The birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini is a sacred pilgrimage site with monasteries, the Maya Devi Temple, and the Ashoka Pillar, attracting Buddhist pilgrims from around the world.
A trekker's paradise, the Annapurna Circuit offers diverse landscapes, from subtropical forests to high-altitude deserts. It circles the Annapurna Massif, providing breathtaking views.