Nepal has unique landscape and terrains. It is also a home of countless rivers, glaciers, creeks, lakes with their common origin in the Himalayas. It also offers a wide range of climate, topography according to altitude and it has also favored a large variety of flora and fauna. There are many places around Kathmandu including Nagarkot.
If you have been to Nepal and did not see the pleasing Phewa lake your tour is incomplete in the true sense. I recall some unforgettable memories of visiting this center of attraction as a nature lover myself. The Nepalese call this second largest lake Fewa Tal.
Bardia National Park, one of the greatest tourist spots in the world, is located in Nepal’s western plain land, covering an area of 968 square kilometers. It is the largest park in the region, which is full of open grasslands and shrubs.
Ghorepani is a small village located in Myagdi district in Dhaulagiri Zone of northern-central Nepal. This village is 176 kilometers away from the Kathmandu. This village lies within the Annapurna conservation area (ACA). The funny fact is that the name Ghore (horse) and Pani (water) comes from the benefits of this field.
Poon Hill, as the name suggests, is a mountain situated in the Annapurna region of north-central Nepal. It is one of the very famous viewpoints in the world, but in Nepal, it is the second best after KalaPatthar.
Sarangkot is a tourist spot famous for its sunrise view of the tallest mountain in the world. It is situated on the north side of Pokhara city, in Nepal. This city is a very popular destination for visitors for its natural beauty. Previously only total 5,060 people lived in 1,010 individual households in Sarangkot, Nepal.