It was rightly said by a great traveler “You can take my body out of Nepal but you can never take my heart from Nepal”. Located in beautiful South Asia and sandwiched between China and India, Nepal is one of the most incredible and fascinating places to visit on our planet. With an area of 147181 square Kilometers and a population of approximately 27 million it is located in Himalayas and bordered by north of china to the south east and west by India.

In Nepal, Hinduism and Buddhism are the two main religions. The two have co-existed down the ages and many Hindu temples share the same complex with Buddhist shrines. Hindu and Buddhist worshippers may regard the same god with different names while performing religious rites.

Historically, Nepal had many small kingdoms and the modern state was formed with the Unification of Nepal by Prithvi Narayan Shah on December 21, 1768. Prior to 2006, Nepal was a kingdom. Nepal is now a federal democratic republic. Its recent history has involved struggles for democratic government with periods of direct monarchic rule.

This breathtaking country offers unique diverse landscape with Himalayan Mountains and hills in the North and flat expensive plains to the south. So if you are looking for some place for hiking or for some adventures Nepal is an ideal place for you.