Cultural Tour in Nepal

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The South Asian nation of Nepal is rich in cultural heritage, ancient architecture and indigenous lifestyle. Kathmandu valley, at the center of Nepal, is a hub for cultural assimilation, entertainment and architectural wonders.

The cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur are the major attractions of the valley for their evocative city squares, indigenous lifestyle and ancient architecture. They pack a concentration of religious monuments unequalled in the world. Many of the historical and cultural monuments in the region are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

One can have many opportunities for exploring the serene and high-altitude valleys of Nepal; enjoying the aerial view of Himalaya through mountain flights. On a clear day, the hill stations of Nagarkot and Dhulikhel offer magnificent views of the entire northern Himalayan ranges and surrounding valleys. Traveling to the Terai, in southern region of Nepal, one can enjoy wildife safari and also observe lifestyle and cultures of ethnic Tharu and Bhojpuri tribes.

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    Kathmandu visit and trekking to Gokyo Ri

    Kathmandu visit and trekking to Gokyo Ri

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