WHY NEPAL? WHY NEPAL? – Sali Trekking

WHY NEPAL?

Posted On:Thursday, March 12, 2020
Pokhara city

-8848 M: World’s Highest Mountain,
-8 of the World’s 14 Highest Peaks
-44% of the land covered by forest,
-20% is protected as National Parks
-126 Ethnic Groups,
-123 Spoken Languages
-Over 3000 Temples,
-1200 Monasteries and Lamaseries
-10 World Heritage Sites and 7 within an area of 20 KMs
-886 Species of Birds,
-319 Species of Exotic orchids
-11 of the world’s 15 families of Butterflies (651 species)
-Natural Treasure Trove
-Nature’s Awesome Amphitheatre
-Extremely Varied Landscape
-Mystical and Mesmerizing
-Mustard Fields…
-Picturesque Paddy Fields
-Lush Green Tea Gardens
-Pristine Lakes
-Beauty Queens of the Himalayan Opera
-Thick Tropical Jungles
-Habitat of an Amazing wealth of Wildlife Including the Royal Bengal Tiger & One horned Rhinoceros.
-Holy Land where religion is a Way of Life
-The Melting pot of Hinduism and Buddhism
-As many Temples as houses, as many Gods as people
-More festivals than days in the year
-Artifacts par excellence, Grand and Ancient Architecture
-Friendly happy people
-“KUMARI” World’s only living goddess
-“Kathmandu” city of temples and Chiming Bells
-“Patan” The city of Fine Arts
-“Bhaktapur” The city of Devotees
-“Pashupatinath” Nepal’s most Sacred Hindu Shrine
-“Janaki Temple” where lord Ram married Sita
-“Muktinath” Temple above the Clouds
-“Lumbini” The birth place of Lord Buddha
-Trekking, Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Kayaking,
-Paragliding, Biking, Canyoning, Micro-light Aircraft, Cable Cars, Jet Ski, Boating, Golfing, Mountain flights, Jungle Safari etc etc…

This is Nepal…. Beautiful Nepal
{A land where God and Human share road together}