Very few countries in the world can offer as many varieties of adventure tourism packages as Nepal. Of 14 peaks above 8000 meters in the world eight are located in Nepal. It is the land of sagarmatha (mount. Everest, 8848 meters), the highest peak in the world and other 1310 mountain climbing there withstand the rigorousness of mountain climbing there are mountain flights which fly around the mount Everest and provide a close look of the top of the world. Also from Nagarkot and Daman one can have a distant view of Mount Everest and beautiful Himalayan ranges.
Trekking is the best way to get to interesting and remote mountain villages of Nepal and to enjoy views of the famous peaks together with their lifestyle untouched with modern civilization.
The river rafting, which is know as “White Water Adventure” represents another major attractions. Within distance of 100 miles, one can see the topographical variations with the rivers rising from the higher points near Nepal’s Tibetan border and then dropping dramatically to lower levels the plains bordering India. For those who wish to view wildlife, Nepal offers plenty of scope. Of the eight National Parks and four wildlife reserves and two conservation areas in Nepal. For the less adventures, Pokhara, the lake city of Nepal has no equal as it provides ample opportunities for fishing, swimming, canoeing and boating along with the sightseeing of majestic panoramic views in its background. It is only Pokhara; a tropical spot with an altitude of about 900 meters where from one can see the mountain crossing over 8000 meters from such a short distance of about 40 kilometers.
For the nature lovers Nepal is such a land of natural beauty that metaphors cannot delineate its real picture. At the sometime, Nepal proffers an incomparable scope to the scholars and connoisseurs of art and culture to see and study the different aspects of the fine-arts are it painting, sculpture, wood carving or architecture. Kathmandu valley possesses several historical monuments, old places and palace squares, shrines and temples, ageless traditions and legends all make it a living museum that any visitor would cherish its vivid memory in his/her heart for ever.
Nepal is the land of Lord Pashupatinath, which is supposed to be the holiest Hindu temple in the world. Besides, two out of the four main holy places of Hindu pilgrimages namely Muktichhetra and Varahachhetra, are located in Nepal. Not only for the Hindus but also for the Buddhists Nepal offers a unique place of pilgrimage as it happens to bi the birth place of Lord Buddha, the apostle of peace and compassion. Nepal is a land of festivals with some part of the Kingdom or the other celebrating some festival during everyday of the year. Festivals may be linked with the remembrance of the departed soul, to herald the different seasons, to mark the beginning or end of the agricultural cycle, to mark the national events, or just family celebrations. On a festive day the Nepalese take their ritual bath, worship different gods and goddesses, visit temple, observe fasting and undertake feasting. The most important aspect of Nepali culture is the religious harmony and understanding prevailing among the Hindus and Buddhist.