Elephant Safari in Chitwan

elephant safari in chitwan

Chitwan National Park, located in lowland Terai region however the first National park in Nepal. Considered as a important place for tourism, Jungle safari has been most popular and recommended activities around Chitwan National Park. Despite of different activities such as jungle walking safari and jeep safari, Elephant Safari is one of the most safe and liked activities to explore the jungle and encounter with wildlife. The best thing you can see during elephant safari would be a closer view of one horn rhinoceros, bengal tiger, deer, monkey, crocodile etc. Only four people can be seated in an Elephant where Phanit [Elephant Rider] is provided and its belief that none of Animal get disturb while riding elephant, hence get a high chance to see wild animals around. To enjoy more one can take camera and binocular during your ride.

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Towards Annapurna Mountain Range


Annapurna base camp trekking, along with so many options of trekking routes and varied itineraries is one of the most popular trekking destination in the World. Trekking towards Annapurna offers you to experience the spectacular mountain views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range offering you to see the beautiful sunrise view in the early morning.

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Gokyo Lake-Fresh Water in Everest Region

Gokyo lake, located at an altitude above 15,000 ft above sea level is the world’s highest freshwater lake in Everest region. Gokyo lake is not a single lake however it comprises six main lakes where Thonak lake is the largest one. Being the most popular destination for tourist, gokyo lakes are considered sacred by both Hindus and Buddhists.

Gokyo Lake, Everest Region, Nepal [Copyright Mohan Duwal Source: http://bit.ly/KyhXk4 ]

Waterfall in Nepal

waterfalls in nepal

Nepal a country with 277 big and small rivers offers many magnificent waterfalls to attract the nature lovers.A waterfall is a place where flowing water rapidly drops in elevation as it flows over a steep region or a cliff. Typically, a river flows over a large step in the rocks that may have been formed by a fault line. As it increases its velocity at the edge of the waterfall, it plucks material from the riverbed. This causes the waterfall to carve deeper into the bed and to recede upstream. Often over time, the waterfall will recede back to form a canyon or gorge downstream as it recedes upstream, and it will carve deeper into the ridge above it.

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Dashain on Swing

Dashain Festival

Dashain is one of the biggest festival in Nepal and it is celebrated pompously.

Erecting a swing (made of bamboo branches and ropes) as part of enjoying Dashain has been very symbolic, though this tradition is gradually in decline and are now seen only in the suburbs and rural areas of the country.

Nonetheless, people still enjoy the ride very much, regardless of the age.


[Copyright Sharad Tuladhar,  Source: Flickr]

Machhapuchhre Himal-A Fishtail Mountain

Fishtail Mountain

Mount Machhapuchhre is  one of the most renowned mountains in Nepal Himalayan range with fish-tailed pinnacle.Climbing on the mountain has been restricted, and Machhapuchhre mountain is known not only in Nepal but all over the world for its magnificence and visual feast. Machhapuchhre’ means fishtail and comes from two Nepali words Machha (Fish) + Puchhre (Tail).


Kal Bhairav-Deity Shiva in Destructive Manifestation

Kal Bhairav

Kal Bhairab, a huge stone image of Bhairav represents deity Shiva in his destructive manifestation. It is undated, but was set in its present location i.e  Hanumandhoka Durbar Square by King Pratap Malla after it was found in a field north of the city.  This is the most famous Bhairav and was used by the government as a place for people to swear the truth.

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Maju Dega Basantapur

Maju Dega Basantapur Kathmandu

Built in late Seventeenth century this temple is most impressive one in the storeyed style. It’s nine step brick base gives it the size which dominates the skyline of the square. The wooden doorway, pillars, windows and struts are all beautifully carved. There are images of Hindu deities both inside and outside the shrine.

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