Nepal

Nepal, It is the home to Mount Everest. The tallest peak in the world. The world’s most famous mountains all above 4000m govern it. As we know this country has a small area and is relatively small (147,181 square kilometers), But as a matter of fact, the vivid peaks of the Himalayas occupy 80% of its territory. Nepal stayed shut to foreign visitors until 1951, where the majestic views from the west were eye opening. Since then this small Majestic country has been exceptionally popular place for tourists to travel. Be it tourism purpose, business purpose or holiday purpose, all of the tourists have a wonderful time here in Nepal. Nepal has been divided into three geographical regions, each prevailing from east to west across the country. The Terai is the Ganges River borders to the north surrounded by the North Himalayan Foothills and to the south the southern most belt of Nepal.
This area was mostly covered by tropical vegetation before, but now due to modernization it has been converted into agriculture production hub. The Mahabharata chain basically forms the central section in the Nepal, a range of mountains that reach modest altitudes of 2,000-3,000 meters. Farming, over the past years has become one of the most important activities in this area. Terraced farms produce rice, corn and wheat. There is a wide variation of the stretch of the Himalayas across the northern section of Nepal. Eight of the world’s highest peaks lie here and are covered with undying snowfields the area is sparsely populated, with little vegetation above the tree-line (4,200 meters). The climate that is found here varies due to the elevation in the country. Monsoon reason is mainly from may to October, where the rainfall saturates the Terai Region, and the snow falls on the Himalayan Peaks simultaneously. Mid-October to Mid December is the prime time for mountaineering. The skies are clear and sunny and the temperature remains normal and suitable for trekkers.
March and April are also a very suitable months for mountain treks. Although the temperatures in Kathmandu and The Terai Region tend to be humid, prospect for trekking filled with serene beauty lies in the hands of every trekkers. This Untroubled, Tranquil and calm nature attracts tourists locally and internationally. The average rainfall in Nepal ranges from below 500 mm to above 5,000mm this rainfall mainly directs the mountains to slope its aspect ratio, distance from the sea, and altitude simultaneously. The slope that is south facing receives highest amount of rainfall. It is estimated that about 805 rainfalls mainly results from the direction of mountain in the months of June, July and August. The higher amount of rainfall is estimated to fall in the Annapurna region. Particularly in Pokhara whereas the other parts basically receive night rainfall. However, there are certain pocket areas, which receive 2,500 to 3,000 mm average annual rainfall in the hill. The least amount of rainfall occurs in the northwestern part of WDR, MWDR, and FWDR. It is recommended to every single human being to visit Nepal at least once in his or her lifetime.

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George Mittendor I am originally from California and have always dreamed of hiking through Nepal. I went with my girlfriend on the Everest Base Camp Trek. I am really glad that we went with this company because of our great Nepali guide, Keshab Khanal. He spoke English well, was knowledgeable about the surroundings,
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