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  A GUIDE TO BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN JANUARY / FEBRUARY/ MARCH 2024 IN NEPAL

 

 A guide to best places to visit in January, February  and march  2024 in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful tourist destination,  Surrounded by the Himalayas, it’s a great destination for all those who are keen to explore different landscapes, rich culture, and awe-inspiring natural wonders. Now if we have caught your attention, here’s an easy guide to 7 must-visit places in Nepal 2024.

01:Kathmandu Valley

The main city, Kathmandu, mixes old traditions with modern life. Check out Durbar Square, a special place recognized by UNESCO, where you can check out palaces and courtyards that will transport you to the bygone era. Walk around the narrow streets of Thamel to experience local markets and try delicious Nepali food.

02 :Pokhara

Known as the starting point for the Annapurna Circuit, Pokhara is a beautiful city next to Phewa Lake. Take a boat ride to see the reflection of the Annapurna mountains on the clear lake or go on a trek to the World Peace Pagoda for amazing views.

03 :Chitwan National Park

This is for all those who love to love wildlife and nature. Chitwan National Park is a must-visit, as it serves as home to rhinos, Bengal tigers, and a wide variety of birds. You can go on jungle safaris and canoe rides to experience unique wildlife moments.

04:Lumbini

Lumbini is where Lord Buddha was born, making it a special place for Buddhists. Visit the Maya Devi Temple and walk around the monasteries and stupas to feel the spiritual atmosphere.

05:Langtang Valley

Easily accessible from Kathmandu, this destination offers a trekking experience through alpine meadows, dense forests, and traditional Tamang villages. The valley is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, providing a picturesque setting for trekkers.

06:Bhaktapur

This is another gem of a place in the Kathmandu Valley. This well-kept mediaeval city with old streets and ancient buildings will blow your mind for sure. Explore Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Nyatapola Temple, and the traditional pottery square to learn about the city’s rich history.

07:Nagarkot

For wide views of the Himalayas, visit Nagarkot, a hill station near Kathmandu. Watch the sunrise or sunset over the snowy peaks—it’s a perfect place for nature lovers and photographers.