Thursday, November 10, 2011

Let's Go to Nepal

The Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked state in South Asia that is known for its rich geography and holds 8 of the world's 10 tallest mountains- including Mount Everest, the highest place on earth.

If you are an adventure traveler then Nepal is your destination! Nepal is an extremely diverse country with a wide variety of activities to suit every traveler. Other than the majestic Himalayan mountain ranges, Nepal holds the Mid-Hills of rolling green terraced paddies and lush forests, and the jungles and plains of the hot and dusty Terai. Throughout all this, there are the white waters of Nepal's many rivers that race down from the Himalayas.

A few quick facts about Nepal:

-The Climate: Nepal's climate ranges from the steamy humid jungle to the freezing mountains and everywhere in between. From October to February, woolen sweaters and jackets are necessary. Short or long sleeved shirts are good from March through May. From June to September, light and loose garments are advisable.

-The Currency of Nepal is Nepalese Rupee, denoted by the ISO code NPR. It is abbreviated as Rp.  Check current exchange rates.

-The Language: Nepali is the official language of Nepal; it is derived from Sanskrit and was formerly known as Khaskura.  Useful phrases in Nepali.

Though Nepal is a developing country it is rich in culture and relies on tourism to bring in wealth and awareness of the beauty that Nepal has to offer the world.  Stay tuned for the rest of the month as we highlight some of the fantastic experiences that Nepal has to offer.

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