||Situated between India and Tibet, an autonomous region of the people's republic of China.
1. Latitude: 26* 22' and 30* 27' North
2. Longitude: 80* 4' and 88* 12' East
||5 hours 45minutes ahead of GMT.
||Nepal has more than 100 ethnic groups and over 125 spoken languages
||About 28.5 million
|Population growth rate:
||2.25 per annum
||Nepali Rupees (approximately US$ 1 equal to 70)
||Nepali is the national language however travels trade people understand and speak English as Well.
||Multiparty Democracy System
||From the world's deepest gorge “kali- Gandaki to highest point on earth” the Everest.
||Nepal possesses wide range of vegetation due to its unique topographical variation.
||Climate ranges from tropical in the low lands to arctic in higher altitudes.
||Nepal has four major season:-
1) winter (December – February)
2)spring (March - May)
3)summer (June – August)
4)Autumn ( September – November)
Nepal can visited whole year around.
|What to wear:
||Light weight cloth is recommended for May through October, warm garment are required In October – March, An umbrella or raincoat is must for the rainy season.
||Mostly rains day and night, making following days crispy clean and fresh. Most of the Northern belt of the trans- Himalayan zone is rain shadowed and ideal for trekking especially such as Upper Mustang, Dolpo, Manaslu, Around Annapurna etc.
||Nepal was declared a Federal Democratic Republic state on May 28, 2008, during the first meeting of the Constituent Assembly. It was previously a multiparty democracy since 1990
||Red Rhododendron (Laligurash)
||Dafe (Impeyan Pheasant)
|World Heritage Site (Cultural):
||1, Kathmandu Durbar Square
4, Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
6, Patan Durbar Square
7, Bhaktapur Durbar Square
|World Heritage site (Natural):
||1, Sagarmatha National Park (Everest Region)
2,Royal Chitwan National Park