Hiking in PokharaPokhara is a popular destination and with good reason: from here you can make beautiful hikes through the Annapurna nature reserve. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs that make Pokhara a vibrant destination. You will meet all kinds of nationalities and there’s a laid-back ‘backpackers’ atmosphere in this exciting city.
Kathmandu; Nepal’s stunning capitalCapital Kathmandu is situated at the foot of the Himalaya Mountains. Outside the rain season, you can enjoy the view of the majestic mountain summits. From Kathmandu, many people take a tour through the Himalaya. Are you less of a sports fan? Then a helicopter flight around Mount Everest is a great alternative and an unforgettable experience! The heart of the old town is Durbar Square, a square surrounded by temples with wood carvings.
Bhaktapur; a beautiful King cityJust like Kathmandu, Bhaktapur is one of the King cities, but much more quiet. Bhaktapur has gorgeous buildings, decorated with terracotta and wood carvings. No wonder the city centre is part of the Unesco World Heritage list! Wander through the town and enjoy the street life, especially the markets are a colourful spectacle.
Staying in Chitwan National ParkIf you are a lover of nature and wildlife, you should not miss the Chitwan National Park. In this oldest national park of Nepal, you will find elephants, rhinos, deer, antelopes, crocodiles, rare birds and, if you are very lucky, a tiger! Spend the night in a cosy accommodation from Bed and Breakfast Nepal. A stay in Chitwan is very relaxed, but do make sure to bring enough DEET against the malaria mosquitoes.
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