Travel Info

Travel Info

Travel is the movement of people between distant geographical locations. Travel can be done by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements. Travelling to Nepal is one of the best decision one can ever take.


Introduction to Nepal

Nepal is land-locked country, yet the country with 8 of the highest peaks in the entire world. The secular, peace-loving state is the habitat of 29.14 million culturally diversified people. The climatic and geographical condition of Nepal results in the one of the best biodiversity around the world.


Geographical information

-Total area: 147,516

-Altitude: 70m to 8848.86m above the sea level

-Latitude: 28⁰23’449″ N

-Longitude: 84⁰7’26.43″ E


Demographic information

-Total population: 29,192,480

-Male population: 14,291,311 (48.96%)

-Female population: 14,901,169 (51.04%)

-Number of caste: 126

-Number of languages spoken: 123

-Number of religion: 10


Key highlights about Nepal

1. Mount Everest

The highest peak of the world Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest)- 8848.86m lies tall and proud in Nepal


2. Lumbini

The light of Asia, Siddhartha Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal. World Peace Pagoda, Eternal Peace Flame, Mayadevi temple, Ashoka Pillar, Myanmar Golden Monastery, Royal Thai Monastery are the major attraction of Lumbini.


3. Triangular national flag

Nepal is the only country having non-rectangular national flag in the world.


4. World heritage sites

Following are the 10 cultural and natural world heritage sites listed by UNESCO:

– Pashupatinath temple

-Swayambhunath stupa

-Boudhanath stupa

-Changunarayan temple

-Kathmandu Durbar Square

-Bhaktapur Durbar Square

-Patan Durbar Square

-Chitwan National Park

-Sagarmatha National Park



5. Occupation

Even the population of Nepal isn’t great in number, the occupation adopted by the people vary according to the caste, geographical location during the ancient period. The right and freedom in present context allows the people to adopt the occupation of their choice. Some of the occupation that are adopted are agriculture, mining, manufacturing, tourism, construction, trade, hospitality, public administration, health, security services, financial services etc.


6. Climate

The climatic condition of Nepal ranges from the subtropical climate to artic climate depending upon the altitude. Nepal experiences 4 seasons: summer, monsoon, winter, spring.


7. Festivals

Dashain, Tihar, Teej, Chhath, Lhosar, Christmas, Id, Maghe Sankranti, Buddha Jayanti, Shivaratri, Indra jatra, Falgun Purnima, Ghodejatra are the major festivals celebrated by Nepalese people.