Why Nepal

Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of biodiversity due to its altitude variation and geographical position. The country lies 60 meters above sea level. The main diverse feature about Nepal is its incredible variety of ecosystem, thick tropical jungles, teaming wildlife, greatest mountain range, forested hills and frozen valleys. Its spectacular geography is one of the richest cultural landscape, which offers an astonishing diversity of sightseeing attractions and adventure opportunities, which are found no where on earth.

All about Nepal’s Geography is that it is divided into three physiographic areas- Terai region, Mountain hill, and Siwalik region. There are five climatic zones that corresponds to the altitude- the tropical zone, cold zone, Arctic zone, temperate zone and subarctic zone. The annual calendar is divided into five seasons- summers, winters, spring, monsoon and autumn. Due to presence of Mount Everest and some other challenging mountains in the world, Nepal is a hot spot of mountaineering. Many travelers with the intention of adventure or climbing visit the place to explore several of its sightseeing.

The ranges of mountains in Nepal are captured by high peaks, gorgeous hills, natural parks, and lakes.