Nepal is a wonderful world in itself. It is the melting pot of 40 ethnic groups, 123 languages and 6 religions living together in harmony, and there has never been a recorded dispute among them. One of the most diverse countries in terms of biodiversity, Nepal is a tiny country that only occupies 0.1% of the global area but is home to 8 out of 14 high mountains in the world including Mt Everest, 33 climbable peaks, hundreds of trekking routes, 20 National Parks and Conservation areas, nestles 4.3 % of world’s known flora and fauna, 5.2% of mammals, 9.5 % birds etc. Talking about the World Heritage sites according to the 2013 index, there are 981 world heritage sites in 160 states, among them 10 world heritage sites are in Nepal. These ten world heritage sites are divided into 2 groups as 8 are cultural and other 2 are natural. Kathmandu Valley contains 7 world heritage sites within the area of 7 km, another 3 are outside the Kathmandu Valley. 7 heritage sites inside the Kathmandu Valley are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Changunarayan. These heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley were established in 1979AD. Another 3 of them which are outside the Kathmandu Valley are Lumbini (established in 1997), Chitwan National Park (established in 1984) and Sagarmatha National Park (established in 1979). All these World Heritage Sites are visited as ancient temples, stupas and watching different varieties of flora and fauna along with simply best jungle safari. This trip is deliberately designed to take you to all the wonderful heritage sites in Nepal that will make you subscribe to the fact that Nepal is a Wonderworld in itself.
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1400 m/ 4593.2ft
To observe the ancient architecture, temples stupas, flora, fauna and amazing views of mountains throughout the journey.10 days tour of World Heritage Sites of Nepal is one of the best tours for those people who want to see cultural sites, wildlife, and panoramic views of the mountains altogether in one visit.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!