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Nepal Gallery - Stunning Places To Visit And Photograph In The Country

“Pictures speak a thousand words.” We all want to travel, but our daily lives prevent us from doing so. People usually travel when time allows them.

Author:Velma Battle
Reviewer:Michael Rachal
Apr 03, 2022
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“Pictures speak a thousand words.” We all want to travel, but our daily lives prevent us from doing so. People usually travel when time allows them. However, if you are looking for an excellent vacation destination that offers a flavorful experience, we have the ideal destination for you. And that place would be Nepal, a Himalayan country with a diverse culture and a rich history. Since most of the time, people need inspiration for traveling to unknown places such as Nepal. We have then compiled a Nepal Galleryor photo collection of breathtaking locations that will inspire you to visit Nepal, the home of Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain.

Reasons Why You Should Travel In Nepal?

A woman holding a printed cloth doing sightseeing in the mountains
A woman holding a printed cloth doing sightseeing in the mountains
Nepal is a small landlocked country bordered by two massive neighbors, China and India. Nepal is one of the best adventure travel destinations in the world, with challenging trekking routes, breathtaking glaciers, and picturesque valleys. One of Nepal's most popular tourist attractions is adventure tourism. This is an excellent destination for active travelers, with activities for both nature lovers and adrenaline junkies. While trekking, mountaineering, and game viewing have long been popular activities, visitors can now also enjoy rafting, biking, fishing, hot air ballooning, and even bungee jumping. Here are some of the main features of Nepal that have captured the attention of many tourists.
  • Nepal is a country that is full of contrasts. Natural splendors mingle with a vibrant culture and sense of history. With ten of the world's fourteen highest mountains, the country provides a spectacular setting for hiking and mountaineering, as well as some of the best white water rafting in the world.
  • Nepal is also home to an incredible variety of plant and animal species, including more than 300 orchid species, due to its wide range of altitudes. It is home to over 800 bird species, accounting for nearly 10% of the world's avian species.
  • Chitwan and Bardia National Parks encompass lowland tropical jungles and grasslands, and Nepal is home to a diverse range of wildlife. In remote national parks, you can see the Bengal tiger, the rare snow leopard, the one-horned rhino, and the Himalayan black bear.
  • Kathmandu's ancient culture and traditional architecture have resulted in seven World Heritage Sites, while Nepal is well-known for its scenic monasteries and the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Lumbini.
  • Nepal is a fantastic family-friendly destination, with activities for children such as tailored wildlife safaris, rafting, nature hikes, and cultural excursions.
  • Nepal is known for its friendliness and is regarded as the safest destination in South East Asia. The locals are extremely friendly and welcoming, giving you plenty of reasons to smile.
  • Nepalese food is heavily influenced by China and India, but it is generally healthier, with more lean meats and vegetables. Your mouth will water just thinking about their food.

List Of Stunning Places To Visit And Photograph In Nepal

We have compiled a list of the best places in Nepal to visit and take beautiful photographs. With the photos below, you can see the beauty of Nepal and its vibrant culture (Nepal Gallery).

Mount Everest

Rock formation and mountain covered with snow
Rock formation and mountain covered with snow
Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, is a must-see for photographers. Don't worry if you're not up for the hike to base camp to get this shot. Mount Everest can be seen from hill stations such as Nagarkot, though the view is distant. If you stay at a lodge with a view of the mountain, staff will frequently wake you up at sunrise on clear mornings to see the mountain in the early morning light.

Bodnath Stupa

Sunset background with a Yellow tower with an image of eyes and nose
Sunset background with a Yellow tower with an image of eyes and nose
The Bodnath stupa is a popular tourist attractionin Kathmandu, but it is also an important Buddhist shrine, so tourists share the space with colorful religious devotees, including Tibetan expatriates and Sadhus. The area is calm and respectful, but full of interesting statues and monuments, as well as eating and drinking establishments that make excellent people-watching spots.

Annapurna Region

A man with backpack staring at blue sky, rock formations and mountains
A man with backpack staring at blue sky, rock formations and mountains
Hiking is the best way to experience the Annapurna region and capture some of Nepal's most stunning mountain images. The jagged, snow-covered mountains tower over the villages, with 13 peaks over 7,000 meters and one over 8,000 meters. Prayer flags flap in the wind. It's nearly impossible not to take amazing photos on a sunny day.

Mountain View From Pokhara

A river with still water, some boats and overlooking view of the mountains
A river with still water, some boats and overlooking view of the mountains
This place is ideal for spectacular views, relaxing short treks, and a good warm-up for longer treks such as Everest Base Camp and the Annapurna Circuit. Pokhara is a picturesque but unappealingly developed town. A good bus takes about 6-8 hours from Kathmandu and requires at least two days. This location, which is located on the shores of Phewa Lake, is also a gateway to the Annapurna Region. On calm days, the mountains in the background, some of the highest on the planet, reflect in the still water.

Chitwan National Park

Two elephants carrying two people each on their back walking at the park
Two elephants carrying two people each on their back walking at the park
Chitwan National Park stands in stark contrast to both the alpine regions and the bustling city of Kathmandu. Tourists come to see elephants, rhinos, and other wildlife. You can stay in a lodge and go for easy walks or simply relax and enjoy the scenery. If you are flying from Kathmandu to India, this park is a good place to stop.

What Are Some Activities To Do In Nepal

Three people trekking at the mountain
Three people trekking at the mountain
Nepal offers some of the best trekking in the world, attracting hikers and adrenaline junkies from all over the world. But there's more to this small, landlocked country than mountain hiking. Here are some of the things to do in Nepal.
  • Trekking - Nepal is the land of trekking (and climbing), with some of the world's best trekking routes. Mostly from Pokhara, with some serious hikes to Fishtail Mountain and Annapurna Base Camp.
  • Mountain Biking - Kathmandu is also well-known for its bike trails and routes. The capital of Nepal is an adventure haven for bikers, with undulating tracks, lesser-known trails, forests, and valleys. Mountain bikes for rent are easily available for exploring this enchanting landscape.
  • Take a Wildlife Safari - Chitwan's densely marshy terrain, spanning 332 square miles, is home to a wide range of reptiles, mammals, and birds. A wildlife safari through Nepal's Chitwan National Park is without a doubt one of the most exciting things to do. Tourists have the option of going on an Elephant Safari or a Jeep Safari.
  • Enjoy Views of Mt. Everest - Viewing Mount Everest from Gokyo Lake is one of the most exhilarating things to do in Nepal. The picturesque and tranquil lake in the Dudh Koshi Valley overlooks the lofty Everest and will undoubtedly take your breath away.
  • Boating - Phewa Lake, located in the Pokhara Valley, is teeming with freshwater and is one of Nepal's most popular tourist destinations. The level of water is kept in check by a dam, and thus it is a mix of natural and man-made lakes. A boat ride on this lake is not something you want to miss out on during your Nepal tour.

Best Time To Visit Nepal

Between October and December is the best time to visit Nepal, when the skies are clear and the scenery is breathtaking. Until about April, the weather remains dry, with temperatures varying by region.
January and February can be bitterly cold, especially at night, with average temperatures in Namche Bazaar hovering around 6°C. However, because there are fewer visitors, you will be rewarded with clear skies, incredible panoramas, and quieter trekking trails. At this time, high-altitude trekking is not advised.

What To Eat In Nepal?

Nepal has excellent almost-Indian dishes such as spicy vegetables, samosas, meat and bread, and almost-Chinese noodles, many budget travelers still stick to global favorites such as burgers, chips, pizzas, and pies. Up in the mountains, almost-Tibetan cuisine, hearty soups, potatoes, and pasta, are the norm. Vegetarians will have no trouble visiting Nepal.

Conclusion

To cleanse your spirit and mind, visit Nepal's serene and beautiful places. A trip to Nepal will refresh your mind and give you a fresh perspective on the world. Spend a wonderful day exploring the natural beauty of waterfalls and mountains, or visit quiet lakes and a rural town. The breathtaking natural and cultural splendor of Nepal will undoubtedly captivate you. I hope this Nepal Gallery assists you in planning your next trip to Nepal.
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Velma Battle

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