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Best places to visit in Nepal

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Whether you want to visit distant shores and explore new cultures, cuisines and landscapes, or discover parts of your home you’ve never seen before, travelling is the best way to do it. Nepal is a stunning country, filled with spectacular sights. Whether you’ve lived here your whole life or are looking for a new adventure, check out our must-see guide for inspiration.

The first stop on any visit to Nepal should be the country’s capital, Kathmandu. Full of medieval temples, religious hotspots and stunning architecture, the bustling streets of Nepal’s largest city are something you won’t want to miss. Also known as Kantipur, or the Kingdom of Nepal, the city is famous as being a cultural mix of tourist shops, restaurants, political rallies and ancient ruins. You can catch a rickshaw through the intense, narrow alleys and buzzing markets of Old Town, or view the restoration efforts of the UNESCO-listed Durbar Square.

If you want to get a sense of the city’s history, the Hanuman Dhoka Palace was founded in the 4th-8th centuries AD, while the ancient Buddhist complex of Swayambhunath is one of the oldest religious sites in Nepal and is famous for offering fantastic views of the Kathmandu Valley, as well as being home to the legendary holy monkeys. The perfectly preserved town of Bhaktapur in the Valley’s east corner is known for its traditional carved wood buildings, while the thriving Tibetan Buddhist community at Boudha, just outside the city, draws pilgrims from all over the country.

If you're looking for a great way to make the most of Nepal’s sweeping landscapes, trekking is best. As the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest needs little introduction. Many adventurers come to tackle this popular bucket list item; however, if you want something a little less intimidating, there are plenty of treks to suit every skill level. The trek along the Langtang river is famous for showing off Nepal’s plush green mountains and forests, while the Helambu Region boasts stunning views of the mountain ranges. The Annapurna Region also has a range of treks, from the 21-day circuit to the five-day trek to the tranquil Annapurna Sanctuary, all of which showcase a variety of Nepalese terrain, landscapes and architecture.

For animal lovers, the forest-based Chitwan National Park is home to rhinos, sloth bears, and tigers, while the lakeside town of Pokhara caters to water sports enthusiasts with everything from paddle boats to white water rafting. If you’re lucky enough to visit during the annual Dashain Festival, you can join celebrations in every village, as masked dancers flood the streets and perform intricate rituals.

For the ultimate evening’s entertainment, you could make your way to one of Kathmandu’s five busy casinos, or choose a scenic route to walk and have some fun on the go by visiting best deal casinos Then why not grab some momo (steamed dumplings with chilli sauce) and wash it down with Nepal’s national spicy Chiya drink. If you’re still up by sunrise, you might even be able to catch one of the city’s morning yoga or meditation sessions.

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