Know Nepal Closely, Some facts you didn't know about Nepal
• Nepal is the preferred ecotourism destination in the world .
• Nepal has all the necessary conditions to make the best destination in the world for adventure tourism .
• Nepal is one of the best places to see before you die...
|Nepal - the beautiful country|
•The Annapurna region is one of the top 10 trekking routes in the world.
•Nepal is the only country in the world where elevation changes from 60 meters to 8848 meters above the sea level
• 8 of the 14 highest peaks in the world beyond 8000 meters are located in Nepal, including Mount Everest.
• Nepal is home to 8% of total bird species found worldwide.
•Nepal offers a myriad of adventure activities such as mountaineering, trekking, rafting, wildlife safaris, ballooning, paragliding, flying over mountains, bungee jumping, ultralights, etc.. ..
Nepal holds several records worldwide :
•The highest lake on Earth Tilicho lake which is located at 4800 meters lies in Nepal.
•The deepest lake , She Phoksundo which is 145 metres high is situated at an altitude of 3600 meters.
•The deepest gorge 1200 meters is in Kaligandaki.
•Arun Valley is the highest Valley on Earth.
•In Nepal, there are over 100 ethnic groups who speak over 125 different languages.
•NEPAL - The country of the Tallest peak in the World Mount EVEREST.
•NEPAL is the one of the Prosperous country in terms of abundant Bio - diversity and incredible terrain.
•The geographical condition varies from 8848 metres - Mountt. Everest to lowland just 70 metres above the sea level.
• "Federal Republic of NEPAL" is all time sovereign and independent country.
•Majority of Nepalese are Hindu.
•Buddhists are also Noteable as Nepal is the country of birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha- "The Light of Asia".
•Religious harmony is one of the main characteristics of Nepal.
•Nepal is the safe habitat for the rare one- horned Rhinocerous.
•Nepal is home of hundreds of ethnically and culturally diverse people.
•Kathmandu- Capital of Nepal is rich in historic traditions.
Nepal has the densest concentration of World Heritage Sites. Kathmandu Valley alone has seven World Heritage cultural sites within a radius of 15 km
Though Nepal may be a small country, but it's a world in itself. How was the post friends?? If I missed some facts that I missed in the compilation, Please mention it in the comment box below. :)