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Discover the Buddhist Akash Bhairav Temple

Nepal is a beautiful country filled with interesting legends and cultures. Many visitors come here to explore the various facets of the Buddhist faith. There is certainly no shortage of temples and shrines to visit and religion makes up a large facet of the country’s cultural and historical legacy.

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Birganj: Connecting Nepal and India

If you’re traveling near the Nepal/India border and you need somewhere to spend a night, the city of Birganj would definitely be your best choice. While small in comparison to other cities, Birganj is the biggest town in southern Nepal’s Parsa District. It’s location on the edge of the country has given it quite a bit of distinction as a portal town between the two countries.

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Mithila: A Vast and Intriguing Region

Whilst exploring ancient cities and regions, one learns much about the history of the location, how it was established, why a certain culture is dominant and how the past has shaped the present. Mithila was originally located in what was once Ancient India. Although the Mithila region spreads over India, Nepal and Bihar, it has been determined that the city of Mithila itself was what is known as Janakpur today. Many traditions and rare cultural gems still remain, even though the borders, population and rulers might have changed.

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Accept the Challenge of Climbing Kanchanjungha

If you’re looking to try something new, why not climb the third highest mountain in the world? A climb up this beautiful peak will give you the chance to see a whole new side of Nepal. The abundant natural treasures to be found in the area combined with a rich and fascinating cultural legacy simply cannot be understated.

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Tourism to Combat Global Warming

With World Tourism Day fast approaching, Nepal officials have come up with a rather unique way of combating global warming. They plan to institute a law that requires that all tourists entering Nepal will have to either plant a tree or sponsor one. This will go a long way reducing the carbon footprint left by these tourists when they are visiting the country.

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Ilam – Queen of Hills

Situated around 600 kilometers from Kathmandu in the east of Nepal, the hilly district of Ilam, sometimes referred to as “Queen of Hills”, is renowned for its awe-inspiring scenery and for the high quality of the tea grown there, which is exported to many destinations in the world. As home to the Red Panda, Ilam attracts researchers who are interested in the conservation of this beautiful endangered animal as well as the many rare birds in the area. With its Devi temples, Ilam also has great religious significance with many pilgrims visiting the area each year.

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Discover the Holy Khumbeshwar Temple

To the North of Durbar Square in Patan, you will find a strikingly old structure that towers above surrounding buildings. The walls are intricately carved and there are large patches of red on each corner of the building that make it unmistakable. This is the Khumbeshwar Temple – a religious attraction that you should make every effort to see during your stay in Patan.

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The Enriching Experience of Village Tourism

Village Tourism in Nepal was created and researched by Dr. Surendra Bhakta Pradhanang, who is well known in the tourism industry and is also the Chairman of the Kathmandu Research Centre. His efforts to expand tourism in Nepal and to bring an income to small villages through the tourism industry motivated him to research the possibility of Village Tourism, which is now offered by many tour operators in the country. Dr. Pradhanang’s commitment to improving the lives of villagers and boosting the overall economy of the country has been invaluable to tourism and to Nepal.

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