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Nepal is claimed to be one of the best exploring destinations with all its varied language, tradition & unique hospitality of the people inhabited in the countryside. This program gives you opportunities to explore the rich cultural diversity of Nepal. Nepal’s vast diversity of people, rich culture & art as well as distinctive architecture, makes it ideal as an amazing & interesting destination for exploration. Each tribal group has their own dialect they used Nepali language to communicate with inter group. They celebrate their own festival like sherpas, Gurugn and Tamang they celebrate Lhosar, Newari group celebrate indrajatra, ghode jatra, kwanti purnimaa. Similarly other tribal group Rai, Limbu celebrates Cahndipurne
Rafting on the Trishuli River
The Trishuli River being the most easily accessible river by far a rafting trip on this river can be made for a varied durations, depending upon the availability of time and interest. The Trishuli is the most popular river for rafting because of its accessibility of road along its major part. a Trishuli trip can be easily managed to end at a place where a trekking tour begins.
Trekking – Annapurna Panorama
Annapurna Panorama trek commonly known as Ghorepani – Poon Hill, which is located in the Annapurna region, is truly called as all the best of the trekking in Nepal.
The trek offers the spectacular mountain scenery along with charming villages inhabited particularly by the Gurungs & Magars, dense rhododendron forests full of birds and deep sub-tropical valleys, all set below the Annapurnas with the picturesque peak of Machhapuchhare (Fishtail Peak) dominating the skyline.
One of the important highlights of this trip is to make a climb on Poon Hill, possibly the most spectacular mountain escape on Earth. When sun rises, it touches the snow-capped summits the Himalayan giants, Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and Annapurna (8,091m) along with a maze of other peaks, there gradually appear, just like magic that your eye could not believe.
Besides, during journey, you are rewarded by the natural beauties in your each & every footsteps.
Wild Life safarti trio in (Chitwan National Park)
Royal Chitwan National Park (RCNP) has long been one of the country’s treasures of natural wonders. The park is situated in south central Nepal, covering 932 sq. km. in the subtropical lowlands of the inner Terai. The area comprising the Tikauli forest – from Rapti River to the foothills of the Mahabharat (place) extends over an area of 175 sq. km. The area was gazetted as the country’s first national park in 1973. Recognizing its unique ecosystems of international significance, UNESCO declared RCNP a World Heritage Site in 1984. Wild roars of tigers, chirping of jungle birds, soothing breeze and the splashing ripples of the river Rapti… a visit to the Royal Chitwan National Park may sound dream-like but reality speaks for itself. Visit Chitwan if you believe the above statement and all the more if you doubt it.
Nuwakot is a village in Nuwakot district of central Nepal. It is the most central settlement in the entire country. The historical palace area of Nuwakot located at 76 km far west-north of Kathmandu has been regarded as an important place since ancient time. Before 1744 AD, Nepal was divided into numerous tiny States. In order to build a single strong nation, Kind Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha led the unification campaign from this region. During that time, Nuwakot as a colony of Kantipur (Kathmandu) was regarded as the western main gate to enter the valley. This place was also popular as the main route for trade with Tibet.
Most popular Saat Tale Darbar (Seven storey palace) was built by Prithvi Narayan Shah by evicting labourers from Lalitpur in 1762 and still it is regarded as a model of architecture. This used to be tropical place and it is notable that the King Rana Bahadur Shah met the British representative Mr. William Kirkpatrick at this place in 1793 just after the war between Nepal and China. Just east-southern side of Saat Tale Darbar, here is a west facing palace made of oily bricks, called Rangamahal. It was built as a recreational spot for the three Malla Kings of Kantipur Valley. There are many dabalis (Courtyards) and Rest houses which were built with religious and social purposes. The Royal palace of King Prithivi Narayan Shah is still preserved to observe for those people who want to be there.
Cultural practices of Malla period continue to be the main attraction for tourists in this area. Some of the cultural festivals observed even today are Bhairabi Jatra or Sindure Jatra, Narayan Jatra, Gai Jatra, Shipai Jatra, Devi Jatra, Lakhe dance, Fulpati and Krishna Janmastami etc.
Nepal does not have long history about home stay for paying guests. Currently globalization and information rapid development makes easy to network more international and local companies in placing people to host stay. In this program we can arrange homestay in Nuwkaot and even in Kathmandu. Nepali culture is diverse, there are numbers of tribal group reside in different parts of the country.