Pristine Nepal Treks & expedition heartily welcome you in “Nepal Visit Year 2020” to explore, to experience and to find a new way of living life. In this Nepal Visit Year 2020, you can expect a best route to do trekking in mountains, a new category to do Home Stay with Local people and lots of surprises.
Nepal is a country rich in geographic structure, nature & culture. So it is no surprise that many people from all over the world are attracted & tempted to visit Nepal. Every year Nepal welcomes a large number of foreigners throughout the world: thanks to the beautiful Himalayans & landscapes, exotic natural beauty & the generous hospitality that Nepalese people have.
Acting on this agenda, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) has planned to organize Visit Nepal Year in 2020 to attract more tourists & to promote the country itself. Initially, MoCTCA had planned to celebrate Visit Nepal Year in 2018. However, it was delayed due to the construction of airports, heritage sites and roads affected by the earthquake.
Why should you be part of ‘Nepal Visit Year 2020’?
Well, you may already know the reasons but I will mention here some of the prime reasons.
Trekking & Mountaineering
Trekking & Mountaineering is some of the most popular reasons to visit Nepal. You can climb the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest (8,848m), & have a close insight into the lifestyle of people living in Himalayan regions. Everest Base Camp (EBC), Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), Mardi Himal Trek, Island Peak Climbing, etc are famous trekking circuit you don’t want to miss during Nepal Visit Year 2020.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Nepal is not only rich in Himalayans but also rich in artistic cultural heritage sites. 10 of the stunning heritage sites of Nepal are enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These heritage sites carry the history & pride of Nepal. Believe me, you will have your eyes wide open seeing those sites.
Natural Beauty: Flora & Fauna
Nepal has always been home to thousands of rare & endangered spices. WWF Nepal has been working with the Government of Nepal to preserve such spices by establishing wildlife reserves, national parks & conservation areas. There are a total of 20 wildlife protection areas in Nepal since 1973, consisting of ten national parks, three wildlife reserves, six conservation areas, and one hunting reserve. So, when you visit Nepal 2020 make sure to visit all these protected areas & witness the beauty of Nepal.
Social Culture & Traditions
Nepal is a peaceful multicultural country. As per the 2011 census, Nepal has 126 castes and ethnic groups speaking as many as 123 languages. They have their own culture & traditions. And all of them are always ready with full of a bright smile to welcome you at Nepal Visit 2020.
Explore Nepal, Explore Heaven
Your adventure awaits here.
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