Sandwiched between two largest growing economy of the world, most of the Nepal lies untouched and unexplored by most of the world. Nepal is bordered by India to the east, west and south, by Tibet, China to the north. The undulating and tremendously diverse geography of the country is home to Himalayas and the largest peaks of the worlds including Mount Everest itself. The laps of Himalayas are home to several groups of people residing as high as above 5000 meters of altitude. Sherpas, ethnic group popularly known as great mountaineers to the world, also reside around these areas. The base of the Himalayas is followed by the terrains of high hills of the Mahabharat ranges in the south; which borders small hill ranges, Chure, in the south. Having grown as a monarch kingdom for more than two centuries, now Nepal represents itself as a one of the juvenile republic on earth. Once a hindu kingdom, Nepal today represents itself as a secular republic to the world, despite being predominantly resided by Hindu people. However, it is phenomenally known for religious tolerance even when it was a hindu kingdom. Nepal is also the birthplace, motherland and upbringing of Gautam Buddha, who is known to be the founder of Buddhism. Besides hinduism and Buddhism, few Nepalese people also follow Islam and Christianity. Historically and culturally, Nepal shares a diverse and profound riches in terms of war, bravery, dignity , and arts and crafts. It would be astounding to know that a small nation with only 141,000 sq km area and about 30 million population has dozens of ethnic groups and languages spoken. The geophysically diverse climatic zone of Nepal serves as home for a wide varieties of plant and animal species with unique features and underlying evolutionary story. Thousands of local and international tourists visit different parts of Nepal in the quest of religious and cultural tours as well as for adventure trips like trekking, mountaineering, mountain biking, jungle safari, high stream rafting, canoeing, bunjee jumping etc.
The real adventure and beauty of the trip to Nepal would be to experience the hospitality, culture and sharing the lifestyle of people in different parts of the country. Nepal would make an ideal destination for people who intend to learn, experience and understand the diversity and the natural beauty of the mountain life; for those who want to experience trekking in a high slopes and altitude and capture the enigma of world's highest mountainous range right before your eyes. Beside these, you could also catch glimpses of the enigmatic Bengal tigers, one-horned rhino on an elephant ride. Consider Nepal as your destination if you are up for wild adventures and mountain exploration without spending a huge amount of money while living in there.