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    A nation synonymous with mountains, Everest, and the great outdoors, the Himalayan state of Nepal is every bit as fascinatingly wild and tumultuous as you’d expect. Windswept, snowy peaks and temple-laden towns are the norm here, so much so that you’ll catch your first Himalayan glimpse through the clouds as you glide down into Kathmandu Airport.

    The legendary Annapurna Circuit and Sanctuary treks, as well as the long slog to Everest Base Camp have reputations that speak for themselves. Take it slow and avoid the dreaded altitude sickness, and you’ll find yourself amongst snowy panoramas, remote villages of yak farmers, and a form of near-subsistence hillside living that’s as romantic as it is spectacular. These routes are road free, out of the way adventures, and certainly not for the unfit or timid, but other treks incorporate similarly special experiences, such as in the surreal villages and waterfalls of Langtang National Park. Alternatively, you can avoid all the effort, and simply stare across the lake at the remarkable skylines in magnificent Pokara.

    Back in Kathmandu, overt Buddhist leanings make for special temple experiences in any one of the three Durbar Squares (the other two are actually in small towns near to the capital), as well as amongst the staircase-sliding primates of the glittering monkey temple. Om chanting permeates the air on hillsides coated in prayer flags, while chai tea wallas compete for business outside the ornate gates. A vivacious nightlife and hefty backpacker culture keeps resting hikers busy in the lively Thamel tourism district.

    Nepal does stretch gently into the plains as well, and down in the insipid heat of the area near the Indian border you’ll find Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha and a town drenched in poignant symbolism, while the dense forests of Chitwan National Park are the perfect spot for a steamy elephant safari. Nepal is also the occasional launch pad for secluded Tibet, and – visas permitting – pricey tours to Lhasa via the Chinese side of Everest make for once in a lifetime excursions.

    Small, but full of overwhelming experiences and a true Mecca for anyone who enjoys mountains, Nepal is a quintessential outdoor experience, laden with memorable rural culture.
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    Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world having lots of peak climbing, mountaineering and expedition opportunities.
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    • Pokhara
      One of the most beautiful spots in the planet and arguably one of the most popular destinations for travelers to the region, Pokhara is one of the largest cities in Nepal. Nestled in the northwestern corner of the valley from which it takes its name, Pokhara is surrounded by the beauty of the Dhaulagiri, the Annapurna, and the Manaslu Mountains, all of them rising around the city itself. The surrounding countryside is magnificent in every sense of the word with caves, rivers, waterfalls, lakes, forests, and more. The city boasts what could probably be considered the ultimate mountain landscapes in the distance, a perfect backdrop for a high-altitude adventure.

      From the beauty of Phewa Lake, surrounded by lush forests filled with monkeys as well as snow-capped peaks, to Begnas Lake, Rupa Tal, or Diapang Tal, Pokhara offers access to plenty of adventure within Nepal. In addition, visitors can experience the simple and peaceful atmosphere around the World Peace Stupa overlooking the lake, or hike up to Sarangkot. Mahendra, Gupteshawar, or Chamare all provide perfect spelunking opportunities for the underground enthusiasts, or one can simply revel in the natural splendor the city provides with such an amazing display of natural beauty at its disposal.

      Accommodations within the city range from budget to luxury. This is a tourist destination, after all. In addition there are budget restaurants and gourmet alike both offering traditional Nepalese food and drinks. There are also several lodges available for the absolute experience, or you can enjoy some time at one of the spas in the area. But perhaps the most famous aspect of this city is the Annapurna Trail, which makes its end point in Pokhara. Nearly 70% of all visitors to the city come here specifically to wander through the Annapurna Conservation Area and Mountain Range, offering some of the highest and most beautiful mountains in the Himalayas.
      Pokhara, Nepal
    • Manang
      Situated about 3650m above sea level, Manang is a major stop on the Annapurna circuit trek. Many tourists trekking the circuit from east to west spend at least a full day resting in Manang in order to acclimatize to the higher altitude. The town itself prospers due to its role as a Tibetan trading outpost and tourist destination.

      There are many side treks that begin from Manang including the popular trek to Tilicho Base Camp at Tilicho Lake. Other sites include many stupas and monasteries situated in the Manang Valley as well as views of Pisang and Chulu mountains.

      The weather in Manang is dry and the topography is desert-like. This is due to its position next to the Annapurna mountain range. The mountains are over 8000m high and act as a barrier to keep monsoon clouds from reaching the town.
      Manang 33500, Nepal
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      Balewa Airport, Narayansthan 33300, Nepal

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    Graphic showing average weather in Nepal in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 8.5 31.1 47.3 12.2
    Feb 10.8 23.9 51.4 9.4
    Mar 14.8 54.5 58.6 21.5
    Apr 18.7 71.6 65.7 28.2
    May 20.2 164.6 68.4 64.8
    Jun 20.9 453.4 69.6 178.5
    Jul 20.6 604.3 69.1 237.9
    Aug 20.4 575.9 68.7 226.7
    Sep 18.9 311.4 66 122.6
    Oct 16.5 101.5 61.7 40
    Nov 12.7 13.5 54.9 5.3
    Dec 9.4 9.1 48.9 3.6

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