Nepal is a very diverse country that attracts tourists for many reasons. Some are attracted to the mountains and want to climb or trek in the Himalayas, while others are lured to the culture and renowned city of Kathmandu, while yet others want spiritual enlightenment. Nepal may be an adrenaline rush, a cultural revelation, a life-changing experience, or a combination of the three. The majority of visitors spend time in Kathmandu, seeing spiritual and historical monuments before moving on to other parts of the country. Outside of the city, some of the best places to visit are Chitwan National Park, which is noted for its wildlife, and Pokhara, a lakeside town known for its adventure sports.

Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu is home to a diverse spectrum of cultures as well as historic structures. This variety promotes a wide range of rituals and ancient customs across the city, many of which are directly or indirectly influenced by historical events. These activities are more popular in Nepal's historical sites like Patan and Bhaktapur, where the legendary Durbar Squares proudly display their unique high aesthetic beauty. As a consequence, some claim that walking around the Kathmandu valley is like traveling back in time. This city is a living Nepalese museum. Pashupatinath, Swaymbhunath, Boudhanath, and other temples add more cultural and historical value to pilgrims and devotees.

Pokhara

Pokhara's unparallel beauty makes it one of the must-visit destinations in Nepal. The snow-capped mountains in the background and the Phewa, Begnas, and Rara lakes make Pokhara’s visit a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Exploring Mahendra Cave, World Peace Pagoda, and Devils’ Fall are some of the activities you can do in Pokhara. Regarded as the gateway to the Annapurna region, Pokhara is home to different adventure activities such as rafting, paragliding, sky diving, rock climbing, as well as bungee jumping.

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is a perfect place to explore many endangered animals such as one-horned rhinos, gharial crocodiles, and fresh-water Gangetic dolphins. A peaceful boat ride on the Rapti river, watching migratory birds along the way, could be an unforgettable experience for everyone. Elephant riding and wildlife safari are must-do activities while you are around Chitwan National Park.

Lumbini

Lumbini has a great influence on your soul, regardless of whether you believe in God. Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is a Nepalese pilgrimage destination, but its monastery and peaceful surroundings fascinate many atheists. While this sacred place can be explored in a single day, those willing to spend a day or two quietly exploring its beauty will find much to enjoy. The Maya Devi Temple is the main attraction here, which is housed inside a spacious park filled with lakes and monasteries.

Janakpur

Janakpur is a must-see place in Nepal if you like witnessing a combination of history, culture, and religion. Janakpur has significant religious importance for Hindu devotees since it is claimed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama's companion, Sita, as well as the site of their marriage. Janakpur is mostly renowned as a Hindu pilgrimage place, but it is also an ideal venue for learning about and appreciating Maithili culture and art forms

Ghorepani-Poonhill Trek

Poon Hill is widely regarded as one of the top trekking destinations in Nepal. The view from this vantage point is breathtaking. Poon Hill is located in the Annapurna Himalayan range. To the south, it is separated from the Annapurna summit by a river valley. Additionally, from this vantage point, the Annapurnas, Machapuchare, Nilgiri South, and Dhaulagiri can be viewed. At Poon Hill, sunrise is the most pleasant time of day. The Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is a circuit in the Annapurna lower region. Poon Hill's panoramic views of the renowned Annapurna area are a must-see in the early morning hours, including Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, III, and IV, as well as Dhaulagiri and Lamjung Himal, Gangapurne, Machhapuchhare, and Manaslu.

Everest Region

The adventurous journey to the Everest base camp is challenging and requires guts to complete. It is considered one of the best places to visit in Nepal as it is home to the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest. The journey to Everest Base Camp includes panoramic views of the Himalayas, endangered flora and fauna, beautiful glaciers, and the rich culture of the Sherpas.

Upper Mustang

This is an isolated ancient kingdom of Lo located in the upper region of Mustang. You get to witness the rare lives of actual mountain people and the complex history of this place. The spectacular tanned red cliffs will surely lure your eyes, and the richness in culture and arts depicting Buddha’s life will make your trip memorable.

Tilicho Lake

Located at an altitude of 4919m, Tilicho lake offers a magnificent view of the silver-shining snow-capped mountains of the Annapurna range. It also holds religious and cultural significance for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. The journey to Tilicho Lake is considered one of the best, offering spectacular views of landscapes, lush, dense forests, green meadows, majestic waterfalls, gorges, and monasteries along the way. The trek is challenging but will be a lifetime experience.

Rara Lake

Rara Lake is considered to be the biggest lake in Nepal and is situated at 2972 meters above sea level. The Rara National Park’s greenery and wildlife naturally add to the lake's beauty and delight. Rara Lake's appearance is said to change with the different colors of the water throughout the day. Despite the difficulty of the journey, nature treats travelers with views of mountains, hills, and a lake. It is also well-known for its "Asala" fish. The lake's beauty is enhanced by the reflection of mountains such as Mount Kanjirowa.