Best Tourist Place to visit in Nepal

2022-11-23 | Published By: Bold Himalaya

Nepal is a popular touristic destination for adventure, nature, and culture lovers. Unique culture, diverse landscape, and high mountains with numerous adventurous activities are the major attractions of Nepal. here we described the top Best Tourist Places to visit in Nepal

Kathmandu valley ( Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur)

Nepal's historic city is Kathmandu valley (1360m). This capital city is located in the central development zone and is bordered by beautiful green wooded hills. Kathmandu Valley is one of Nepal's most popular tourist destinations.
Kathmandu valley thrived with stunning natural and cultural sightseeing, a scenic mountain panorama, ancient lakes, and holy temples; in the early 12th century.

Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Patan(Lalitpur, and Kathmandu are all part of the Kathmandu Valley. According to our history, these amazing historical sites were distinct from Rajya. Later, King Prithivi Narayan Shah agreed and discovered the Kathmandu valley as a single entity. This is Nepal's biggest and most developed valley.

Best time to visit In general, the ideal time to visit the city is between September to November. This time of year brings dry weather, bright skies, and a variety of cultural activities.

Why do Tourists Go there?

● Explore Kathmandu's Durbar Square, which is home to the Hanuman Dhoka, named after the monkey god Hanuman. Make a halt at the Patan Durbar Square, which is located in the center of Patan City and is made up of three main Chowks (square). The Sundari Chowk is home to a marvel of the stone building, the Tushahity Royal Bath, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Monument.

● Explore Bhaktapur (also known as Bhadgaon), the "City of Devotees," "City of Culture," "Living Heritage," and "Nepal's Cultural Gem." It is one of the Kathmandu Valley's three royal cities. Kathmandu and Patan are the other cities.

● Admire the Pashupatinath Temple, one of the world's most important Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated on the banks of the sacred Bagmati River and houses the national deity, Lord Pashupatinath.

Bucket List (Major Activities)

● Stroll clockwise around the Boudhanath stupa.

● Hang out with monkeys at Swayambu

● Meet the Sadhus at Pashupatinath temple

● Get lost in the busy market streets in Thamel

● See a living goddess at Kathmandu Durbar Square

● Visit Patan Durbar Square

● Experience Nepali heritage in Bhaktapur

● Try local cuisines like momos and dal bhat


Pokhara is the portal to the Annapurna region, where many hikers find their Shangri-La. Many travel writers have written about the captivating beauty of Pokhara. The pure air, the stunning backdrop of the Annapurna Range, and the calm Phewa, Begnas, and Rupa Lakes combine to make this region renowned as the 'Jewel of the Himalayas.' It is the starting point for climbs into the Annapurna Himalaya, which covers the skyline, and is home to a lovely community of kind and intriguing people. The area around Fewa Tal, the valley's main lake, began as a trekking destination and has progressively grown into the city's tourism hub.
Pokhara is one of Nepal's most beautiful cities, located in the foothills and surrounded by some of the world's highest mountains, namely Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna I. It's also a great location to relax before or after a hike.

Best time to visit

The ideal months to visit Pokhara are March, April, May, September, October, and November. Pokhara is the tourism center for the Manang, Mustang, and Annapurna regions. During these months, the city has average cool weather.

Why do Tourists Go there?

● Visit Fewa Lake, Nepal's largest and, according to some, most beautiful lake. You may enjoy boating on its calm waters and delectable cuisine at one of the numerous lakeside restaurants.

● Discover Mahendra Cave, a vast limestone cave known for its stalactites and stalagmite rocks.

● Admire the World Peace Pagoda on the southern edge of Fewa Lake. It features four representations of the Buddha, each looking in a different direction. The dome-shaped pagoda is a sight to see. It is an excellent vantage point with fantastic views of Annapurna.

● Visit the historic Pokhara Bazaar. This ancient market is also a vibrant meeting place for a broad mix of traders. The bazaar's temples and monuments are similar to Kathmandu Valley Newari architecture. The Bindhyabasini Mandir, a white dome-like monument atop a hill, is also located in the ancient market.

● In Pokhara, you may enjoy outstanding birding possibilities.

● Take your camera and travel to Devil's Fall, the Patale Chango. This lovely waterfall is located on the Siddhartha Highway, about 2 kilometers southwest of the Pokhara Airport.

● Explore the Annapurna area on stunning hiking trips.

● Enjoy a day stroll to adjacent local settlements to immerse yourself in the region's culture.

Bucket List

● Phewa/Fewa Lake (Phewa/Fewa Tal)

● Begnas Lake (Begnas Tal)

● Rupa Lake (Rupa Tal)

● Dipang Lake (Dipang Tal)

● Devi's Falls (Patale Chango)

● World Peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa)

● Sarangkot

● Kahun Dharahara

● Dhiki Danda

● Mahendra Cave

● Chamare Gufa - Bat cave

● Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave

● International Mountain Museum

● Gurkha Memorial Museum Hiking and trekking

● Boating and canoeing

● Whitewater rafting, kayaking, and canyoning

● Paragliding

● Parahawking/Vulture Restaurant

● Hearts & Tears Motorcycle Club

● Ultralight Flight

● Mountain Biking

● Around Phewa Lake

● Sarankot/Naudada/Hemja loop

● Dobindy Pass ride

● Tibetan Refugee Camp

● Rock Climbing

● Himalayan Golf Course offers a unique golfing experience.

Everest Region

The Everest area is one of Nepal's most well-known and scenic trekking locations. The Khumbu area is located in the country's northeast and is protected by the Sagarmatha and Makalu Barun national parks.
Mt. Everest (8848.86m) and several more snowcapped giants like Makalu (8485m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Ama Dablam (6856m), Lhotse (8516m), Imja Tse Island Peak (6189m), and Nuptse are all found in the Everest area (7861m). Aside from that, the Khumbu area is home to stunning glaciers, old Buddhist monasteries, and bustling Sherpa towns.

The towering mountains of the Everest area, also known as the Solo Khumbu, are unparalleled in their sheer magnitude and magnificence. The majority of the routes in the Everest area go to Everest Base Camp. There are, however, side routes, more distant roads, and tough hiking summits to be discovered. Whatever path you take, you'll quickly find yourself immersed in the stark beauty of this awe-inspiring hiking zone.

Best time to visit

The months of spring, April, and fall, as well as October and November, are ideal for trekking in the Everest area. Walking to Base Camp in December when the trails are calmer is also feasible, but it may be rather frigid. Trails can be crowded in the spring and fall, but the sunny days, beautiful vistas, and companionship with other trekkers at the tea houses and lodges along the way make it a perfect time to trek.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Everyone wants to touch the “Top of the world.” Trekkers or climbers desire to run the father of Everest. The adventure lover wants to summit Mt. Everest or similar other peaks. Most travelers visit the Everest base camp. Even though there are no views from the base camp, everyone aims to stay there and see the Khumbu Ice falls.

Bucket List

● Lukla Airport

● Sagarmatha National Park

● Namche Bazar

● Sherpa Culture

● Tengboche Monastery

● Imposing views of remarkable mountains

● Kala Patthar

● Climb Everest

Annapurna Region

The Annapurna Circuit Trek, which takes you around the magnificent Mt. Annapurna, is a must-do trek. This fantastic trip takes place in the stunning Annapurna area and follows the ancient path from Tikhedhunga to Ghandruk.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek takes in the entirety of the Annapurna area. Beautiful snow-capped mountains like Annapurna 1, Annapurna 2, Annapurna 3, Mt. Macchapucchre, Mt. Nilgiri, Mt. Gangapurna, and Mt. Dhaulagiri may be seen along the way. Along with breathtaking views, the walk will also show you various vegetation that adds to the charm of this area.

The Annapurna Circuit Trek immerses you in the vibrant cultures and traditions of the Chhetris and, to a lesser extent, the Gurung people. Tamang and Gurung populations live in the charming towns of Tadapani and Chhomrong. You will visit the ancient museum in Ghandruk, which will showcase the Gurung people's past and present.

Best time to visit

September, October, and November autumn in the Himalayas – with October generally considered the best time to trek the Annapurna Circuit. Why do Tourists Go there? Tourists visit the Annapurna trekking route mainly for trekking purposes and sightseeing, observing the local culture and tradition, trekking up to Mustang via the Thumri Pass of Manang, and some travel on to Pokhara as well.

Bucket List

● Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

● Mardi Himal Trek

● Khopra Danda Trek

● Ghachok Trek

● Ghandruk Trek

● Panchase Trek

Langtang Region

The Langtang Himal's ice-hung peaks are tempting in their majesty, and the valley they overlook is a lovely spot running east-west, parallel to the Tibetan border. The Langtang mountains provide a background to Kathmandu and are an easy day's drive from the city.

It is the easiest of the Himalayan climbs to plan in terms of logistics. This area, however, is largely unknown to all except the most avid mountain hikers. The Langtang Himalayas dominate this valley trip, which passes through rhododendron and bamboo woods beside roaring waterfalls and beautiful snow-capped mountains.

The path ascends to 4,000 meters, and if you want to continue higher, you will see the dawn from the Tserko Ri at 5,000 meters. The trip takes you through Langtang National Park, a pristine landscape with magnificent flora and animals, yak farms, and local cheese producers! This region is home to Himalayan pheasants, Himalayan deer, Himalayan bears, monkeys, and the rare red panda. The April 2015 earthquake completely demolished Langtang Village. Locals have been hard at work rebuilding; teahouses and lodges have been repaired and reopened.

Best time to visit

Autumn is the best time to trek in Langtang. From September to mid-December, the weather is warm and remains stable. If you trek this season, you can walk underneath the stunning blue skies, breathe fresh air and see clear mountain views.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Trekking in the Himalayas is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and dream of every keen trekker. Many trekkers live to witness the close-up view of the snow-capped mountains and experience the wilderness of the Himalayas. For them, MMT offers the shortest Langtang Valley Trekking in Nepal, the Helambu Trek of 9 days. MMT specially tailors it for the limited-time travelers who dream of a trek to the Himalayas and perceive the Everest view. Trekking to Langtang Valley is a time and budget-friendly trek that is moderate and suitable for all physically fit trekkers without prior technical knowledge.

Bucket List

● Langtang National Park

● Sceneries and Views

● Villages and Settlements

● Kyanjin Gomba Extension Possibilities

Chitwan National Park

The first national park in Nepal was Chitwan National Park. It was established in 1973 and listed as a World Heritage Site in 1984. It covers 952.63 km2 and is located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal, in Nawalpur, Parasi, Chitwan, and Makwanpur (367.81 sq mi).
The elevation ranges from roughly 100 meters (330 feet) in the river basins to 815 meters (2,674 feet) in the Sivalik Hills. The Narayani-Rapti river system creates a natural border to human settlements in the protected area's north and west. Parsa National Park borders Chitwan National Park to the east, while the Indian Tiger Reserve Valmiki National Park borders it to the south.

The Tiger Conservation Unit (TCU) Chitwan-Parsa-Valmiki, which includes a 3,549 km2 (1,370 sq mi) block of alluvial grasslands and subtropical wet deciduous forests, is represented by a contiguous protected area of 2,075 km2 (801 sq mi). It is one of Nepal's most popular tourist attractions. This World Heritage-listed reserve preserves more than 932 square kilometers of woods, marshes, and grassland with large animal populations, making it one of Asia's top national parks for wildlife watching.

You'll have a good chance of seeing one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys, and some of the more than 500 bird species. If you're lucky, you could see a leopard, wild elephant, or sloth bear, but the main draw is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see a gorgeous royal Bengal tiger. A daily admittance charge is frequently included in the overall cost of a tour.

Best time to visit

Chitwan is best visited between October and early March for moderate 25°C temperatures, but if you can tolerate the heat, come in April and May, near the conclusion of the dry season when wildlife congregates around waterholes.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Tourists visit for an exciting jungle experience, which includes jungle safaris, birding, and canoe excursions. Discover several endangered species, including the one-horned rhino, regal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, and freshwater Gangetic dolphin. An exciting elephant back safari across the Park's grassland and riverine woods in pursuit of its remarkable animals. Relax on a peaceful boat trip along the Rapti River, keeping an eye out for fish-eating crocodiles and migrating birds.

Bucket List

● Jungle/Nature Walk

● Jeep Safari

● Bird watching

● Wooden canoe riding

● Tharu Village Walk

● Enjoy Tharu Cultural Program

● Elephant Safari

● Visit Elephant Breeding Center

● Visit Crocodile Breeding Center

● Visit Lamo Jharana (Jalbire Waterfall)

● 20 Thousand Lake Tour

● Experiencing Rapti - Narayani Sunset

● Kayaking/Paddling Trip


Lumbini is a settlement, archaeological site, and pilgrimage destination commemorating the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama (the Buddha, c. 563-483 BCE) in Nepal's Province 5, close to the Indian border. The Mauryan ruler Ashoka the Great legally acknowledged it as Buddha's birthplace in 249 BCE (r. 268-232 BCE). Before Ashoka's arrival, the settlement was known by another name, possibly similar but now gone, and was already an important pilgrimage place for followers of the early Buddhist schools. It appears to have been a manicured pleasure garden between the city of Kapilavastu to the east and Devadaha to the southwest, which was controlled by the Shakya and Koliya clans, which were linked by blood. Suddhodana of the Shakya married his cousin Maya of the Koliya, who would become the Buddha's mother.

Best time to visit

The months of October and November are ideal for visiting Lumbini. April and May are also ideal to visit since they coincide with Buddha Jayanthi when the town comes alive.

Why do Tourists Go there?

'Lumbini' literally means 'The Lovely' in Sanskrit, and it lives up to its name! Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that contains several historic stupas going back 2000 years and monasteries established by previous rulers. People come from all around the world to study texts, meditate, do yoga, hike, learn more about Buddhism, and discover inner peace at this Buddhist temple. Thousands of tourists have placed prayer flags with blessings and incantations on them across the monument.

Each of the monasteries in this area is architecturally unique, with magnificent façades and murals. Monasteries may be found at Lumbini from China, Japan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Germany, France, and other countries. The Lumbini Circuit Trek, which takes in 64 historical and archaeological sites throughout the area, includes excursions to communities where visitors may receive a true taste of local culture and hospitality.

Bucket List

● Explore the Sacred Garden

● Explore the Lumbini Monastic Site

● East Monastic Zone

● West Monastic Zone

● World Peace Pagoda

● Visit Lumbini Crane Sanctuary

● Visit Tilaurakot

● Visit Ramagram Stupa

● Meditation Retreat

● Boating in Central Canal

● Cycling Around the Town

● Visit Lumbini Museum


Janakpur Municipality is the District Headquarters of Dhanusha and a major historical religious center with a population of over 90,000 people. It is home to the iconic 200-year-old Janaki Temple, which draws both Indian Hindu devotees and international tourists. Janakpur is also where the Goddess Sita was born and where she married the God Ram.

The "city of ponds" is also home to Nepal's sole railway and railhead (a popular tourist destination for steam foreign locomotive aficionados) and several yearly colorful festivities. Dhanusha (particularly Janakpur) is recognized as the international center of Mithila culture. Janakpur is an intriguing one or two-day journey for travelers interested in seeing Nepal's Mithila culture. Janakpur Women Development Centre sells a wide variety of Mithila handcrafts, and there is a daily flight from the local airport to Kathmandu. It has various temples as well as retail bazaars, and over a hundred Ponds.

Best time to visit

Janakpur, Nepal, is best visited in May, July, and August. In Nepal, the spring season lasts from March through May. The weather is pleasant, with highs ranging from 80.8°F (27.1°C) to 63.3°F (17.4°C). 

Why do Tourists Go there?

Janakpur is an important Hindu pilgrimage destination because of its link to the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. It is considered that Goddess Sita was born here and that she married Lord Ram here. Janakpur, commonly known as the City of Ponds, has more than seventy pounds. Every year, thousands of travelers visit this sacred city. Janakpur is a popular tourist destination due to the good weather, magnificent and colorful festivals held throughout the year, the spectacular architecture of the temples, and the friendly residents. But Janakpur is more than simply temples and monuments. The city is well-known for its extensive cultural heritage, arts, languages, and literature. The Mithila civilization's heartland is a melting pot of many cultures, beliefs, and opportunities.

Bucket List

● Janaki Mandir

● Dhanush Sagar, Ganga Sagar, and Parshuram Kunda

● Ram Sita Bibaha Mandir

● Ram Mandir

● Jaleshwar

● Dhanushadham

● Traditional Villages

Bardiya National Park

With an area of 968 square kilometers, Bardiya National Park is the largest in the lowland Terai. The Western Terai National Park in Nepal was established to safeguard representative ecosystems and maintain tiger habitat and prey species. In 1976, a small portion was designated as the Karnali Wildlife Reserve.

At the time, 1500 Babai valley residents were relocated outside the Park, allowing the forest and animals to flourish. It was renamed Bardiya Wildlife Reserve in 1982 and expanded to its current size in 1984. In 1988, the reserve was designated as a National Park. In 1986, 1991, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros were relocated from Chitwan National Park to Bardia National Park. A buffer zone of 327 km2 was established around the Park in 1997, consisting of woods and private property.

Best time to visit

The Bardia National Park is open all year. However, the best time to visit is from February to June, after the dry season and the start of the hot season, when there is a better possibility of spotting tigers and rhinos near water holes.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Birdwatchers will love the Bardia National Park. The Park is home to around 400 bird species from September through April. Rafting rides along the river banks at Bardia are another option for spotting birds. The critically endangered Bengal florican and Sarus crane can also be found here.

Bucket List

● Jungle treks

● Boating

● Fishing

● Bird Watching

● Tharu Museum

● Crocodile breeding center

● Elephant breeding center

● Temples in Bardia

● Village walks/bicycling in Bardia

Mustang(Upper and Lower)

Mustang treks are one of Nepal's most popular trekking locations. The Mustang region is located on Nepal's northern frontier, close to the Tibetan border, and the journey traverses through semi-desert terrain. Lower Mustang is also known as the Jomsom to Muktinath journey, which is one of the most famous Annapurna treks.

Upper Mustang is well-known for Lo Manthang, a new and hidden Lo kingdom. Both the Upper and Lower Mustang treks are thrilling and will provide you with an unforgettable trekking experience. The Upper Mustang journey is one of the least visited areas, unaffected by tourists and development. This journey will take you to the old Lo Manthang Royal Palace, monasteries, caverns, and Tibetan culture and lifestyle. The Lower Mustang journey will take you to some of the most famous Annapurna settlements, including Ghandruk, Ghorepani, Marpha, Jomsom, and Muktinath. When trekking to the Upper and Lower Mustang, there are several factors to consider.

The cost of the Upper and Lower Mustang journey is one of the most important considerations. The cost of the journey is determined by several factors, including trekking permits, food and lodging, transportation, and other personal expenses. So, come join us at Marvel Adventure, where we will give you excellent tour assistance.

Best time to visit

Lower and Upper Mustang Treks are best done in early September and November to avoid crowds and high-season weather. Treks to Mustang in early December are ideal for winter. The temperatures are not as low, and all of Mustang's attractions are available.

Why do Tourists Go there?

The Upper and Lower Mustang treks are thrilling and will provide you with an unforgettable trekking experience. The Upper Mustang journey is one of the least visited areas, unaffected by tourists and development. This journey will take you to the old Lo Manthang Royal Palace, monasteries, caverns, and Tibetan culture and lifestyle. At the same time, the Lower Mustang walk will take you to some of the Annapurna region's most famous settlements, including Ghandruk, Ghorepani, Marpha, Jomsom, and Muktinath.

Bucket List

● Kagbeni and Nilgiri Mountain

● Jomsom

● Muktinath

● Kagbeni

● Lo-Manthang

● Marpha

● Thorong La Pass


Jewel of Eastern Nepal, Ilam, is a beautiful tea-producing town that lies in the hilly region of Province No. 1 at an elevation range of 140 m to 3,636 m from sea level. The road to Ilam is in excellent condition, full of ups and downs, plenty of switchbacks, vertiginous drops, and valley views that add excitement and thrills to the journey. Before reaching Ilam, you shall witness charming wooden buildings and ancient-style balconies thrust out over the bustling street.

Bordering Darjeeling of India, Ilam shares an identical climate, topography, tea culture, and lifestyle with Darjeeling. Known for its tea throughout the country, Ilam offers a carpet of tea fields surrounding the hills and lets one walk through the refreshing mountain breeze. Ilam is one of the famous picnic spots of the East, where people also go sightseeing, hiking, and enjoy cross-culture experiences.

The treks along the gentle slopes or a trudge into the nearby woods are fascinating. All kinds of travelers visit Ilam, as Ilam is a complete package for wanderers. Green is the color of the Ilam District, and the place is travel-perfect throughout the year. Entire hills are covered with tea plants, and tourists enjoy picking the leaves themselves as it is a fascinating experience. The sight of the tea pickers singing melodious songs while picking the tea leaves is marvelous.

Best time to visit

While the subtropical environment of Ilam offers pleasant weather most of the year, except the monsoon season, when torrential rains envelop most of Nepal, the ideal time to come is between October and December or February and April.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Ilam is renowned for its tea and is a good escape from city life. It is a tea-growing area with a hill town alongside a plantation and vistas of beautiful landscapes made up of sloping tea gardens, mountain streams, lush natural forests, holy places, and distinct culture. Excursions for a day or more can be taken from Ilam Bazaar. There are several hotels in town and a few resorts among the tea plantations.

Bucket List
● Sandakpur

● Shree Antu

● Mai Pokhari

● Sano Pathibhara Temple

Rara Lake

The famed Rara Lake is located in the Rara National Park, which is regarded as one of Nepal's most beautiful and scenic parks. It has an area of 106 square kilometers and is located near Kathmandu. The Park is situated in Mugu, a hilly region in western Nepal. Rara Lake is the tallest lake in Nepal and is affectionately called the Queen of Lakes by the locals.

A two-week trip from Kathmandu to this natural marvel will take you through stunning scenery and much different flora and wildlife. After a three-hour walk from the district headquarters Gamgadhi to the west, you can reach Rara Lake. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and green forests, Rara Lake is the largest and most famous lake in Nepal's Mugu district of the Karnali region.

The lake is situated at an elevation of 2,972m. Spread over an area of 10.8 sq km, Rara Lake has a maximum length of 5 km, a maximum width of 3.2 km, and a depth of 167 m. The beauty of Rara Lake cannot be explained by one season.

Best time to visit

The lake is best visited in September/October and April/May. Temperatures drop below freezing from December to March, and heavy snowfall of up to one meter falls, obstructing access to the lake. This area is warm from April through June.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Tourists can either climb Murma on top to explore the beauty of Rara lake, take a walk, or do a horse ride or boat around Rara lake. Tourists usually look for entertainment, adventure, relaxation, exploration, and learning during travel.

Bucket List

● Discover the natural beauty and tranquillity of Rara Lake.

● Visit the Sinja Valley, an important historical location in Nepal, and see Rara National Park's diverse biodiversity.

● View the faraway peaks of Dolpo and API Shripal from the gorgeous countryside.

● Experience Jumla's original culture and lifestyle among forests of pines, birches, and rhododendrons.


Nagarkot is located 32 kilometers northeast of Kathmandu on the outskirts of the Kathmandu Valley. Nagarkot is surrounded by densely wooded hills with pine trees, creating a lovely setting. Nagarkot is well known for its Himalayan vistas; the Himalayan peaks at sunrise are a sight to see. Many visitors wish they had planned to remain for more than one day when they arrived. It is a rural resort on the northern outskirts of Kathmandu.

It is a spectacular hilltop with stunning views of the Himalayas, breathtaking mountain landscapes, and the most beautiful dawn and sunset vistas. Nagarkot has one of the most expansive vistas of the Himalayas in the Kathmandu valley. The Annapurna range, Manaslu range, Ganesh Himal range, Langtang range, Jugal range, Rolwaling range, Mahalangur range (Everest range), and Numbur range are among the ranges providing views of Kathmandu valley and Shivapuri National Park.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Nagarkot is during the Spring months of March and April and the early Winter of October and November. The climate is pleasant in spring, and the hills look very pretty, with the most colorful flowers in full bloom. You can enjoy activities like hiking and paragliding during these months.

Why do Tourists Go there?

People come to Nagarkot for the views of the Himalayas, including the epic Mount Everest. One of the main things to do in Nagarkot is just to relax, breathe the mountain air after the polluted fog of the city, and admire the panoramic views of the Kathmandu Valley. People come to Nagarkot for the views of the Himalayas, including the epic Mount Everest. One of the main things to do in Nagarkot is just to relax, breathe the mountain air after the polluted fog of the city, and admire the panoramic views of the Kathmandu Valley.

Bucket List

● Hike to the Nagarkot View tower (and maybe see Everest).

● Hike the panoramic trail.

● Plant a tree at the Buddha Peace Park.

● Catch the sunrise.

● Go mountain Biking.

● Try Paragliding.

● Enjoy local life at Nagarkot Community Homestay.


Sarangkot, Pokhara’s higher and better gem, is a famous tourist destination in Nepal. You can overlook Himalayan vistas and the whole Pokhara area from this vantage point. Sarankot is a prime location in Pokhara that offers a variety of experiences. Every activity can be performed here, from adventurous explorations to gearing.

Sarangkot is a small village with the natural beauty of its own. Sarangkot, a village just across from Pokhara, is renowned as a one-night vacation since most visitors just stay long enough to view the spectacular dawn over the Annapurna range. However, this is where advisors and guides lead people astray since many tourists come here intending to stay for only one day and end up staying much longer, apart from relaxing and admiring the breathtaking mountain peaks on one side and the Turquoise Waters of the Phewa Lake on the other, Sarangkot looks into the quiet, leisurely traditional lifestyle and much more.

Best time to visit

September to December and February to June is the best time to visit Sarankot.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Sarangkot in Gandaki Zone is renowned for its awe-inspiring views of the Himalayan ranges and sunrise and sunset views. From here, you can spot spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu. Especially for the Annapurna ranges, this is the best place to witness.

Bucket List

● View of mountains

● Paragliding

● Cable car

Shey Phokusundo National Park

Shey-Phoksundo National Park is located in the districts of Dolpo and Mugu in northwest Nepal. Dolpo will have a buffer zone. The Tibetan Autonomous Region of China borders the northern frontier, which stretches from the mountain pass of Namja in the west to that of Marim in the east. Approximately one-third of the Park is located south of the Kanjiroba Himal (6883 m) and is made up of large high-altitude meadows intermingled with woods and scrub below 4,000 m. Along the Suli Gad river are oak woods Quercus seme carpifolia, conifer forests Pinus wallichiana, Abies spectabilis, and Picea smithiana, mixed deciduous forests. Betula utilis forests are common in the Jagdula and Garpung Khola basins.

There are a few rhododendrons and juniper Juniperus shrubberies higher up. The Tibetan plateau, north of the Kanjiroba Himal, has undulating hills with characteristic trans-Himalayan flora characterized by Caragana, Cotoneaster, and dwarf junipers Juniperus spp. Best time to visit Because the park is located in a trans-Himalayan zone, the weather changes between the predominant monsoon and the desert environment.

Although precipitation nears 1500 mm in the southern section of the Park, it is less than 500 mm on the northern slopes. Winters in the Park are harsh, with snowfall reaching elevations of over 2,500 meters in certain areas. The temperature drops below freezing in the Park above 3000 meters.

Best Time to Visit

The ideal time to visit Shey Phoksundo National Park in Nepal is from April to November.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Shey Phoksundo National Park is one of the most beautiful places on the planet, and you will not want to leave. The park is one of the most beautiful in the world, ranking with Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. Shey Phoksundo National Park, Nepal's largest and only trans-Himalayan National Park, is noted for its stunning vistas and breathtaking mountain views. From the massive Himalayas to turquoise lakes and lonely hamlets, National Park provides its guests with experiences they could never have imagined in their wildest fantasies.

Bucket List

● Upper Dolpo Trek

  • Lower Dolpo Trek

Kanchenjunga Region

One of the best treks in the Nepal Himalayas is the Kanchenjunga trip. Trekking trails run along Nepal's mountainous border with Tibet and India. At 8,586 meters, Mount Kanchenjunga is the third-highest peak in the world. Kanchenjunga is located on the extreme eastern edge of Nepal, close to the border with Sikkim, a tiny Himalayan state in the northeastern region of India.

Kanchenjunga was believed to be the tallest mountain in the world until the middle of the 19th century. Until the middle of the 1980s, this region was off-limits to trekkers. A special trekking permit is necessary because the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area protects the area. Because of these limitations, the area's stunning and distinctive flora and animals are preserved in the perfect form today. The challenging Kanchenjunga circuit trek is the most acceptable way to discover the region's natural splendor. Trekkers may experience the place's surreal beauty as it covers both the Southern camp and the Northern base camp of Kanchenjunga.

Best time to visit

Trekking in the Kanchenjunga area is ideal from early March to mid-May and from October until late November. It is best to avoid the monsoon season, which lasts from late May until mid/late September.

Why do Tourists Go there?

The Kanchenjunga Region comprises the trekking trail that passes across vibrant native villages with traditional mud-brick houses, lush rainforests, cardamom farmlands, pastures, and cultivated lands, waterfalls rapidly pouring downwards into gorges, high altitude lakes, undiscovered native communities and ultimately, rendering phenomenal mountain outlooks embracing the snow-capped peaks that arise marvelously along with the third highest eight-thousander.

Further to the tree line, the terrain switches again as the Kanchenjunga (8,598m) and Jannu (7,711 m) massifs render awe-inspiring snowy vistas on the planet. Furthermore, the region is inhabited by Sherpas/Lamas communities in higher elevations, with Rais, Limbus, Chhetris, and Brahmins communities in lower elevations. Trekkers are bestowed with a deep insight into the rich cultural heritage and traditions of these tribes as they come across their native land, monasteries shortened, temples, and prayer walls.

Bucket List

● Beautiful scenery and incredible wildlife

● Local Culture and Tribes

● Local foods and cuisines:

● Beautiful view Lhotse (8,516m), Everest (8,848m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Makalu (8,481m)

● local gumbas and other religious sites


Bandipur, a Newari settlement, is one of central Nepal's hidden beauties. It mixes traditional village architecture, breathtaking Himalayan vistas, beautiful rural hikes, local adventure sports, and first-rate hotels. It's also a great area to stop on the way between Pokhara and Kathmandu for a relaxed sample of rural Nepal Bandipur is a single flagstoned roadway flanked on both sides with traditional wooden Newari buildings perched on a saddle high above the Kathmandu-Pokhara highway.

The historic merchants' residences in this town, which was formerly a key halt on the trade route to Tibet, have mostly been turned into guesthouses and cafés. A few old businesses, however, survive, and their 18th-century architecture is wonderfully beautiful. Crimson bougainvillea flowers pour from wooden balconies, and ancient temples may be seen at every street intersection. The absence of traffic and their blaring horns is a welcome relief, especially after spending time in filthy and congested Kathmandu.

Best time to visit

Spring is the best time to visit. During this season, maximum tourist flow in Bandipur. This season, the skies are clearer, and the views are breathtaking. The temperature during this season ranges from 21° C to 32° C. In the winter, the number of visitors is lower.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Popular Bandipur attractions include the hills, which are ideal for hiking along trails that pass through verdant forests, tribal villages, and hilltop shrines that once doubled as forts; it is also home to Asia's second-largest and Nepal's largest cave Siddha Gufa; Bandipur Tundikhel; and Thani Mai Temple, which is located at the top of the hill and offers visitors a stunning 360-degree view of Bandipur, the Annapurna range, and the hills.

Bucket List

● Stroll around its old city center.

● Hike to the lovely village of Ramkot.

● Visit the silk factory.

● Hike to the Siddha cave.

● Visit the Thani Mai Temple viewpoint during sunrise or sunset.

Badi Malika

Badi Malika Temple is the major temple of Nepal dedicated to Bhagwati, the goddess of power. It is one of the important religious sites of Nepal, where 1000 pilgrims gather every year to offer their devotion and pray. The temple is served by two priests, one from the Kalikot district and another from the Bajura district. It is about a 2 to 3 days difficult trek from the Martadi.

It is at the top of the hill, surrounded by beautiful grasslands, hills, and the Himalayas. The temple is a small white temple built in the pagoda style, and giant bells hang outside the temple premises. Chaturdashi is the major annual function celebrated in the temple with huge joy and happiness.

Best time to visit

Autumn/Spring is the best time to visit Badi Malika.

Why do Tourists Go there?

Badimalika is a beautiful destination for those who enjoy the natural beauty and have religious beliefs. Badimalika welcomes visitors with Mt Api and Mt Saipal in the background. When you reach the huge grasslands here, your mind is filled with enthusiasm.

Bucket List

● Stopover at the religious site Tribeni.

● Historic Amargadhi Fort at Dadeldhura.

● Magnificent view of Mt. Api & Mt. Saipal.

● Witnessing the Delightful Dhawalpur Lake.

● Adventure in the Grasslands.

● Breathtaking View of the Himalayas During Flight.

● Sacred BadiMalika, Natyeshwori & Silgadhi Temple Visit.

● Attractive landscapes, waterfalls, green forests, and murmuring streams.