Nepal, Bhutan & Sri Lanka

Kathmandu:

Kathmandu is the capital and one of the most beautiful places of Nepal! It is basically conglomeration of cities like Patan, Kritipus and thimi. Surrounded on all sides by major mountain ranges Kathmandu is a visual delight for hill lovers. Also Buddhist and Hindu Pilgrims from all over the world visit Kathmandu’s religious sites such as Pasupathinath and baudhnath.





Bhaktapur:

Bhaktapur has the best preserved Palace courtyards and old city center in Nepal abd is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO for its culture, temples and wood, metal and stone work.

If you are there – don miss a special type of curd called JU JU Dhou which is native to that place.





Swayambhunath:

Lying on the top of a hill in Kathmandu Valley of India, Swayambhunath is an ancient religious pilgrimage site of Buddhists. This temple consists of a stupa, a variety of shrines and temples.

The magnificent stupa has Buddha’s eyes & eyebrows painted on it. Also to attract you thee are Holy Monkeys living in the North West pat of the temple.





Pasupahinath:

On the banks of the enchanting river Baghmati lays the Pasupahinath Temple dedicated to lord Shiva. It is one of the most visited temples of Hindus making it the most sacred! The Temple is richly ornamented with wooden rafting’s. The door has a statue of large bull or Nandi, plated in Bronze.

This Temple also contains a lot of pills with statues of various shah kings which are worth watching.





Baudhnath:

Baudhnath is basically a stupa (tomb like monument) located in Kathmandu, Nepal. This Buddhist architecture is one of the places listed in UNESCO world Heritage Site.

The Buddhist stupa was built just after the demise of Lord Buddha. Some of the remnants like The Prayer Wheels provide you a deep insight into history.





Pokhara:

It is the most popular tourist destination of Nepal, with 3 out of the 10 highest mountains ranges of the world- Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu. So take your trekking kit out of the closet and get ready to glide through the white carpets. Moreover there are many medieval era temples that are worth watching.

And not to forget- there is “World Peace Pagoda” at the hill top from where you can have a panoramic view of the ranges.





Sarangkot:

With panoramic view of the Giant Himalayas, Sarangkot remains one of the most beautiful and famous tourist destinations of Nepal.

Aside from chilling out and taking in amazing views of the Himalaya and Phewa Lake on the other side, Sarangkot offers a nice glimpse into the peaceful, slow

village life. You can also try adventurous stuffs like Paragliding, Zipping & Hiking.





Thimpu:

The capital town of Bhutan and the center of government, religion and commerce, Thimpu is a unique city with usual mixture of modern development alongside ancient traditions and maintain a strong national character in its architectural styles.





Paro:

This beautiful valley encapsulates within itself a rich culture, scenic beauty and hundreds of myths and legends. It is also home to many of Bhutan’s oldest temples and monasteries, National Museum and country’s only airport.





Punakha:

Punakha, once the capital of Bhutan, is now the winter seat of Je Khnep (the chief abbot). It is blessed with temperate climate and owing to its natural drainage from Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers; the Punakha valley produces abundant crops and fruits. We can also have splendid views of the distant Himalayas at Dochula pass (alt. 3080m) on Thimpu – Punakha road.





Wangduephodrang:

Wangduephodrang is the last town on the central highway before central Bhutan. It is an enlarged village with few well provided shops.





Gangtey:

It is one the most beautiful spots in Bhutan. The surprise of finding such a wide, flat valley without any trees after the hard climb through the dense forests is augmented by an impression of vast space, and extremely rare experience in Bhutan where most of the valleys are tightly enclosed.





Trongsa:

Perched on steep slopes above a river gorge, Trongsa forms the central hub of the nation and is the place from where attempts at unifying the country were launched.





Bumthang:

Comprising of four smaller valleys, the deeply spiritual region of Bumthang is shrouded in religious legend. It is also the traditional home to the great Buddhist teacher Pema Linga to whose descendants the present dynasty traces its origin.





Colombo:

The capital city is spread along the shore of the Indian Ocean for some miles, where business and commerce begin and end. The Cinnamon Gardens and Pettah are Colombo’s busiest and most traditional Bazaar area. Visits to the Hindu temple with elaborate stone carvings, the Dutch Church at Wolfe dhal dating back to 1749, the historic Devatgahaha mosque and the Gangarama Temple give a good cultural feel about the country. While the city holds less obvious interest than many other parts of the island. It’s still a colorful enough place and worth a visit to see what makes Sri Lanka tick.





Kandy:

It lays in the midst of hills in the Kandy Valley, which crosses an area of tropical plantations, mainly tea. Kandy is one of the most scenic cities in Sri Lanka; it is both an administrative and religious city.Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings which is a World Heritage Site. The name “Kandy" conjures visions of splendor and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive.





Nuwara Eliya:

Nuwara Eliya is land of tea-laden hillsides, gurgling waterfalls, stirring mountains and clear hill-country air. Here, in temperatures akin to a beautiful English summer’s day, is wonderful walking country, a chance to experience Sri Lankan scenery at its finest.

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