• April 27, 2021
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Visit Nepal Year 2020

We Are Visit Nepal 2020
Coming to Nepal is coming to an experience that is only yours. After the completion of Visit Nepal Year 1998 and 2011, the Tourism Board of Nepal introduced Visit Nepal Campaign 2020. From the remotest corners to the urban landscape, Nepal embodies a sensory experience of colours, sounds, sights and tastes. Visit Nepal welcomes you to life’s amazing moments.

The Visit Nepal 2020 campaign is to promote Nepal as a safe place to travel after earthquake 2015. The government's objective is to attract around 2 million tourists to "Roof of the world". And to recognize tourism all over the world as Nepal is one of the tourist destination places.

Nepal is the landlocked country embrace by the Himalayas; Nepal, unity in diversity in religion, culture, and tradition. The geographical structure, climate are the key factors. Nepal is rich in various factors that made tourism of Nepal to glow. Nepal is transit point to travel Tibet and bhutan. There is no direct train linking Nepal and Tibet and Bhutan. There is no direct route from Bhutan to Tibet as well as the Bhutanese government only permits inbound flights from five countries across Asia which includes Nepal, Singapore, India, Bangladesh, and Thailand. And since there are no direct flights to four of the five countries, the main option for getting to Bhutan after visiting Tibet is by traveling via Nepal.

Natural Beauty
The geographical structure of Nepal is divided into three categories. Snow-capped mountains, forests, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, are the natural attraction of Nepal. Nepal has great natural beauty and a beautiful environment that ranges from low flat lands to Sky-scraping mountains. As the home of the Himalayas, it provides prospects in rafting, paragliding, and mountain trekking related to natural beauty. Home of the natural beauty, the highest peak Mt. Everest and deepest George Arun Valley lie in this nation.

Historical and Religious Attractions
Nepal is famous for it’s unique and artistic historical and religious sites. Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Janakpur, Muktinath, Sworgadwari, Pashupatinath, Muktinath, Krishna Temple are the major religious and cultural places of Nepal. Moreover, the ancient palaces inside Kathmandu Valley like Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square are also remarkable historical sites in Nepal. The woodcraft, ancient art works and architecture of Nepal attracts the international tourists.

Climatic Diversity
Nepal has climatic diversity within itself. The diversity in climate has resulted in the diversity of natural vegetation. There is a sub-tropical climate in the Southern part, temperate climate in the middle and cold climate in the northern part of Nepal. This gives the opportunity to the tourists to experience almost all the climatic conditions found in the world in Nepal.

Nepal is the mountainous country. It is known for the home to eight tallest mountains in the world. Among them Mt. Everest is the highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8848m. The top eight mountain peaks are Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu, and Mt. Annapurna. The Koshi, the Gandaki, the Karnali, and other rivers are suitable for rafting. For trekking, Annapurna Conservation Area, Solukhumbu, Langtang, Helambu are famous in the world. The Bhotekoshi River for Bunjee Jumping and Sarangkot for Paragliding is very famous destination. These adventerous prospects have increased the growth of tourism in Nepal.

Cultural Diversity
It is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-lingual and multi-religious nation. The people of 125 different castes with their unique culture with 123 distinct languages are residing inside Nepal. Nepalese culture includes the ethnic, tribal and social variations along with the cultural assets in the form of feasts, festivals, folk dances, folk music, foods, drinks and much more. Nepal is considered as the garden for the people of different castes and subcastes to bloom.

Flora and Fauna
Nepal is rich in flora and fauns because of its climatic and topographic diversity. 208 mammal species like Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino, Asiatic Elephant, Indian Pangolin, etc and over 900 species of birds such as Danphe, pheasants, stork, spiny babbler, etc exist in Nepal. Thousands of species of plants and varieties of animals are found in Nepal. From cold climatic animals like yeti to hot animals can survive in the Nepal beauty environment. From the research point of view, the natural beauty of Nepal is the most awesome place in the world where thousands of scientists come annually. As the natural beauty of Nepal is spread in a small region. Nepal’s natural beauty is the richest country in the world.

The Tourism industry has offered multiple benefits to the nation. Many Nepalese people are employed in tourism sectors like travel agencies, Five Star Hotels, Airlines, bus services, guides and more. Cottage Industries have flourished in Nepal as tourists buy Nepalese curio items, handicrafts, wooden crafts, idols and many more. The campaign Visit Nepal 2020"Lifetime Experience" has declared the year 2020 as the “Tourism Year of Nepal”.

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