Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio- diversity due to its exclusive geographical location and altitudinal distinction. The altitude of the country ranges from 60m above sea level to the highest point in the earth, Mt Everest at 8,848m all within a distance of 150km consequential in to climatic condition form sub- tropical to Arctic. From the highest mountain in the world to dense jungles that are home to an affluent and extensive diversity of wildlife and fauna, within this extravagant geography is also one of the richest cultural countryside anywhere. Nepal is also home to a rich cultural legacy and it offers an amazing multiplicity of tourist attractions and adventure opportunities found nowhere else on earth. A visit to Nepal is not only about exploring a new destination but also building new friendships and enduring memories from the Nepal Himalaya.
Nepal's ellipsis of Never Ending Peace and Love does well to exemplify this nation of good natured and willing to help people; a land of grandiose Himalayan scenery comprising eight of the world's ten highest mountains, counting Mt Everest. Located between India and Tibet, the democratic system of Nepal is filled with many different cultural groups, customs and traditions reflected in a magnificently diverse geography.
Spread across these varied altitudes is communities of multihued cultures and people many unscathed by modern development, vivacious cities and towns, and far-flung mountain villages. Life here spins around an elaborate mélange of ancient Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. Copious festivals are celebrated all through the year decorated by a diversity of religious and tribal traditions. The capital of Kathmandu brings a mixture of these different societies together into a pulsating collection of dazzling sights and striking smells, with modern shops co-existing with street sellers, while pyramidal Buddhist temples, sanctified Sadhus of the Hindu faith and medieval palace squares fill the built-up landscape.