• Nepal

Nepal - Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal (Nepali. नेपाल)

Mysterious, mountainous country, the state in the Himalayas in South Asia. It shares borders with India and China. There are two main aspects that attract tourists from around the world in Nepal - exoticism of the country and the opportunity to engage in extreme sports. Also, many tourists are more attracted by amazing flora and fauna of the jungle in the Terai and alpine meadows in the mountain reserves, countless Buddhist and Hindu temples and monasteries. Main types of tourism in the country - excursions, eco-tourism, extreme sports (mountaineering, trekking, rafting).

General information

The location, grounds and landscape 

Nepal, a small mountainous country in Asia, located between the two Asian giants - India and China. Nepal stretches for about 650 km along the Great Himalayan Range, while its width does not exceed 200 km. By area, it takes about 150 thousand square meters. km. Nepal has no outlet to the sea, bordering with only two countries, its location is very closed. To the north it borders with Tibet Autonomous Region of China, and in the south it is surrounded by the Indian states (from west to east: Uttaranchal, Utter Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim). Just 15 km of West Bengal separate Nepal from Bangladesh and within 88 km Indian state Sikkim is situated Bhutan.

The country's territory is 140 800 km². 

Despite the fact that Nepal is a small country, its territory has a very diverse terrain. From south to north the territory gradually rises to 250 meters above sea level to the very top of the Great Himalaya Range, ending at an altitude of over 8000 m. In Nepal, there are three large physiographic zones lie parallel and successive south to north: plain Terai, the midlands and directly highest mountains, the Himalayas. Plain region of Nepal, the Terai, is located along the border with India. Terai - is the northern end of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, a width of 20 - 40 km. The southern part of Thera is located at an altitude of 300 m above sea level and rises to the north to the foot of the Siwalik (ie, "the ridge of Shiva") at a height of 1000 m. Thera are several valleys in western Nepal located Surket and Dang valleys, and in the central part - the valley of Rapti, or Chitwan.

Population: more than 30 million 430 thousand people.

CapitalKathmandu (Nepali. काठमाडौं, Kāthmāndau, more than 1 million inhabitants).

Biggest cities: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan (also known as Lalitpur).

Languages: the official language of Nepal is Nepali, otherwise Parbat (mountain language) or Khas-kura (Khasi language). Nepali is native to approximately 50% of the population.

Religion: Hinduism remains the official religion - to the Hindus themselves refers from 80 to 90% of the population, Buddhists from 5 to 20%, Islam practiced around 3% of the population. Other religions, including ancient rites of animism, shamanism and witchcraft, religion, ancient tribe Kirata - Kiranti mandham, and even Christianity professed less than 1% of the population of Nepal.

Time zoneUTC +05:45.

Calling code+977.

Currency: Nepalese Rupee (NPR), rate 1.00 USD ≅ 100.15 NPR, 1.00 EUR ≅ 136.07 NPR. One Nepalese rupee is equal to 100 paisa. In Nepal coins are in denominations of 5, 10, 25 and 50 paise as well as 1, 2, 5 and 10 rupees. Banknotes are made of special plastic with a nominal value of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500 and 1000 rupees.

Credit card payment systems: Visa, MasterCard, American Express.

Tours in the direction of: Nepal

14 days

1 pers



from € 1350
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