Nepal is the highest mountainous country in the world. It borders India and Tibet. Attracts tourists who want to explore a variety of landscapes, from the jungle to the high mountain peaks. Opens doors to amazing wildlife and centuries-old culture. People from all over the world come here to find peace of mind, conquer the foothills of Everest or enjoy beautiful views.


When is the best time to go to Nepal?

Each season has its own delights and each offers something very special for travelers exploring this Himalayan country. Therefore, the travel date will depend on what you plan to do in Nepal.

Spring and Autumn

Spring is the best time to enjoy nature. In March, the flowering season begins, and rhododendrons – the symbols of Nepal – bloom throughout the country. Therefore, all the valleys and slopes are covered with shrubs with bright pink flowers. In spring and autumn, you can conquer the mountain peaks. Everest is the most coveted goal of climbers around the world, and clear skies and pleasant temperatures create the ideal conditions for mountain adventures. Nepal has not only amazing nature, but also a centuries-old history: here you can visit the centers of Buddhist culture and architecture – monasteries, temples, palaces.



Even in winter, you can get an incredible travel experience in Nepal. Low humidity and minimal chance of rain make this season great for travel and hiking at low altitudes.



Summer in Nepal is low season due to monsoons. It can be a good option if you’re on a tight budget. Firstly, you will receive discounts on accommodation and tours, and secondly, you will not have to deal with the crowd.


Amazing places of Nepal


For an inexperienced tourist, this city is like a museum. The atmosphere of antiquity and Buddhist culture reigns here, and majestic temples coexist with bustling markets and squares.



Patan is the oldest city in Nepal. Its second name is Lalitpur. It borders Kathmandu. Its main attraction is Durbar Square, which houses more than ten temples dedicated to different gods.

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Kathmandu Square

It is a series of temples and shrines, both Hindu and Buddhist, former royal palaces, courtyards, statues and ponds.

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Copan monastery

A secluded abode located on a hill north of Bodnath. This is the place where pilgrims gather for meditation and study of the Tibetan direction of Buddhism.



According to legend, it was in this settlement that Buddha was born. It is not surprising that Lumbini has become a center of pilgrimage. Many temples and monasteries have been built here. One of them is Maya Devi, a majestic white building.




National Park in the southern part of the Himalayan Range. There are three mountain peaks Srednyaya (8010 m), Vostochnaya (8000 m) and Glavnaya (8091 m) Annapurna. The trekking paths laid around them allow you to see the beauty of the Himalayas without climbing too high.



This is a royal national park, where you can meet about 400 species of birds and 50 species of mammals and enjoy the picturesque views of rivers and lakes. You can ride a jeep, on the back of an elephant, or go canoeing in the park.


Jagannath Temple

The oldest and most beautiful structure in the complex, best known for its interesting carvings and dizzying architecture.



Hanuman Dhoka.

Former Royal Palace. You can go out to the courtyard and see the statue of Hanuman at the main entrance.


Kumari Ghar

House of Kumari: the girl chosen to be the living goddess of the city.



Kal Bhairav.

A colorful stone image of Bhairava, representing the deity Shiva in his destructive manifestation. Perfect for those who have never seen the local people conduct religious rituals.



When visiting Nepal, you will find yourself in amazing places. To find them and dive into the world of impressions, it is worth explore author tours.