90329-nepal.jpgNestled in the beautiful valleys of the majestic Himalayas, Nepal, once the popular Hippie hangout of 70s, offers one of the literal and figurative pinnacles of great outdoor destinations. Not only is the place today one of the emerging global markets, it is a country full of natural attractions as well as historically affluent anthropological testaments that are both modern as well as adventurous. Considered to be one of the last remaining Hindu kingdoms of the world, the place continue to draw attention of the tourists from round the world with its sleepy foggy villages, emerald green forests and the modern upscale buildings of Kathmandu.
Even before the start of ‘Incredible India’ phenomenon, Nepal was one of the first countries in the subcontinent to offer life in the fast lane with its opulent casinos and markets full of imported goods. After going through dark tragic times that saw the bloody massacre of the revered royal family of the kingdom, this Himalayan abode is again gearing up to woo your interests back with various tourism related events and festivals.
The beautiful kingdom of Nepal adds the right color and awe to your vacation while keeping intact the fun and entertainment associated with the same. While on one hand, there are the rich green fields, on the other there is the world famous Swayambhunath and Pashupatinath temples that have been credited with the tag of being World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Dotting the capital city Kathmandu are several world class galleries and museums such as the National Art Gallery and the Woodcarving and Patan Museum that will take you deeper into the history of the kingdom and its culture. For those looking to have some night time fun, there is the bustling Nepali nightlife involving a smattering of glamorous casinos, chic watering holes, ethnic dance shows and others. Shoppers too can have their share of fun in the local markets that ar

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