Bhaktapur is the smallest and most picturesque of the three royal cities of Nepal. Here you’ll find authentic Buddhist temples and ancient works of arts made of wood, metal. Bhaktapur is truly a culture and history lover’s paradise. It is a city made to explore and its center is a maze of old medieval streets, atmospheric town squares, courtyards and other characteristic buildings. Walking around town, you can taste the history of this place. The Bhaktapur Durbar Square is one of the central pieces of this town and it is eye-catching.
The beautiful Chitwan National Park is another highlight of Nepal. This subtropical forest became a National Park in 1973 for good reason. Here you can still find wild elephants, tigers, and countless colorful birds, monkeys, and crocodiles. Chitwan is also well-known for the rhinos that still love there. The combination of river plains and forests make it a suitable habitat for these animals. There are different tours available here where you’ll explore the rainforests and experience the lush surroundings. You’ll hear the famous jungle sounds and view the most incredible forests while in the domain of wild animals.
The Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest and most important buildings of its kind in Nepal. This is a World Heritage Site and it also serves as an icon of the city and as the epicenter of Tibetan Buddhism in the region. This Buddhist complex has a number of monasteries surrounding it. The base of the stupa is massive and it holds a hefty dome and a towering mandala, a golden triangular spire at the top. You can also admire the colorful statues around the dome and the tower's beautiful painted eyes. According to local people, circling the stupa can help free you from your sins.
The lovely Pokhara is located on the calm and beautiful Phewa Lake, surrounded by some of Nepal's highest mountain peaks. It is also the gateway to the beautiful Annapurna Massif, a very popular area for nature walks and hiking. The landscape is astonishing here. And the Pokhara Valley is considered by many to be Nepal's most scenic place. The backdrop of dense banks, snowy mountain peaks and the crystal clear water is magical. The mountain air is also fresh and it is relaxing to see local people sailing the lake in their traditional “doongas”, hollowed log canoes and boats. There are many beautiful surroundings and highlights to explore here, so make sure to stay a few days in this unique destination. There’s a temple in the middle of the lake you can discover and some beautiful waterfalls.
Patan is one of the royal cities in the Kathmandu Valley. Patan is located in the center of Nepal, only separated from Kathmandu by the sacred Bagmati River. The old part of the city has a large number of temples and monasteries and is a relief for people who want to find peace and quiet. The old part of the city has a large amount of temples, monasteries and squares. Especially around the beautiful Durbar square are a number of beautiful temples and palaces, which are built in different styles. One of the most famous temples is the Kva Bahal temple, which is decorated with a large amount of gold leaf and the Krishna temple. Patan is also known for having the best craftsmen and painters in the country, so it is a great place to buy some Nepalese art.