Between the majestic Himalayas and the hot plains of India
Nepal is a country of sherpas, yaks and yetis, and monasteries
WHAT TO DO IN NEPAL?
To walk the streets of Bhaktapur is to visit an open-air museum. Each square, each temple, each building, is a work of art; what together with the charm of its inhabitants and the limitation in the circulation of large vehicles within the city.
The Chitwan National Park is the first National Park in Nepal and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is an ideal place to see up close the famous white rhinos, crocodiles, elephants, and if you have time / luck the Bengal tiger.
City of Hindu and Buddhist temples and palaces. City of dust and pollution. City of contrasts and smell of incense. City with an organized transport chaos. This is Kathmandu, it gives you one of lime and one of sand.
The city of Patán is also known as Manigal, and is famous for its rich cultural heritage, particularly for its tradition in arts and crafts. It is also a city known as the city of festivals and fairs, its fine art, its works in metal and its statues and carvings in stone.
To get to Pokhara you have to cross the little more than 200 kilometers that separate it from the capital of the country, Kathmandu. The whole way is a constant natural explosion. It is a privilege to be able to contemplate the silhouette of the Himalayas.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST