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Nepal Tourism Board

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Kathmandu, NepalJoined in Nov 2018
An official account of National Tourism Board of Nepal
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May 2020
Trekking in the remote region of Dolpo leads through scenic, hidden valleys and ancient shrines like Shey Gompa. enjoying fascinating views of the pristine waters of Phoksundo Lake, encountering yak caravans that cross the high-Himalayan passes and mountain people who live in some of the highest settlements on earth like the Dho-Tarap valley; Dolpo is out of this world. Dolpo's extraordinary natural beauty was exquisitely captured in the Oscar nominated film“Caravan”. Trekking in this Himalaya
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Nepal Tourism Board posted a link
Mar 2020
From natural beauty and sacred cultures to some of the best thrilling destinations in the world, there is excitement looming in every corner of Nepal.
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The best view comes after the hardest climb! Tourists enjoying one of the best views of Mount Everest from Kala Patthar.
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Feeding pigeons is a great activity that you can enjoy while taking in the colourful temples and historic structures at Basantapur Durbar Square.
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Dance with your heart and your body will follow! A child flaunts his beautiful traditional costume as he spins to local tunes.
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People from the Tamang community of Nepal mark Sonam Lhosar as their New Year on Magh Shukla Pratipada (during the month of January) every year. The day is celebrated with much rejoicing, pooja, feasts, and folk singing competitions. Tamang households are decorated with colourful papers and clothes. Tundikhel, on this day, is especially teeming with Tamang people decked in traditional attire for Lhosar celebrations.
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People from the Tamang community of Nepal mark Sonam Lhosar as their New Year on Magh Shukla Pratipada (during the month of January) every year. The day is celebrated with much rejoicing, pooja, feasts, and folk singing competitions. Tamang households are decorated with colourful papers and clothes. Tundikhel, on this day, is especially teeming with Tamang people decked in traditional attire for Lhosar celebrations.
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A picture speaks a thousand words! Check out the view of Mount Ama Dablam from a different perspective, captured en route to the Everest Base Camp.
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The peafowl, most commonly known as the peacock, is famous for its shiny blue plumage and unique tail feathers.
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What is man compared to the mighty marvels of nature? A beautiful perspective of Mount Machhapuchhre in Pokhara.
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The view of the Milky Way from the Australian Camp in Dhampus village, Kaski is one of Nepal's most spectacular sights!
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The chariot procession of the Living Goddess in the Kathmandu valley is a majestic sight to behold! The Goddess Kumari, believed to be the living manifestation of the Goddess Taleju, is a deity worshipped with great reverence in the Newar community of the Kathmandu valley.
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Kathmandu is a city bursting with tales of ancient gods and demons! Visit Kathmandu valley to experience the unique architectures and cultures built around these tales.
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The Machchhindranath chariot procession is an exhilarating spectacle to witness in Nepal! Photo Credit: Prakash Budha
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Vivid Kagbeni! Kagbeni is a village in the Upper Mustang of the Himalayas, in Nepal, located in the valley of the Kali Gandaki River. Photo Credit: Rochan Kadariya
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Chitlang is a fertile valley with a small stream flowing through the open verdant rice fields and vegetable patches. One can travel to Chitlang through different routes by vehicle or by taking a short hike through the hills of Thankot.
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The beauty and richness of life blended together, Nepal is truly a once in a lifetime experience!
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Nepal Tourism Board posted a link
Jan 2020
In the southern region of Nepal, the jungles of Chitwan National Park await you with wildlife experiences like no other. Go in search of the majestic Royal Bengal tiger and watch the Greater one-horned rhinoceros roam free, while the great Asiatic elephants move about the jungles in herds. Chitwan National Park is the closest and the ideal place to go for a wildlife safari.
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The colourful Taalbarahi Temple looks simply beautiful from the sky! The temple can be found in the middle of Phewa Lake in Pokhara, one of the most popular tourist cities in Nepal. Photo Credit: Narendra Shrestha #VisitNepal2020 #LifeTimeExperiences #OnceIsNotEnough #Nepal #Pokhara #Lakeside #Lake #lakeofNepal
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Sagarmatha National Park Museum, situated on a perfect lookout spot above Namche Bazar, is a simple museum that offers many intriguing exhibits covering the people, culture, geology, and history of the Everest region. The statue of Tenzing Norgay is one of the many attractions at the museum which also offers great views of Lhotse and Everest.
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