“Welcome to the top of the world” Nepal is small Himalayan country, sandwiched between Tibet (China) to its north and India to its east, west and south. Nepal, the land of Gurkha, was never been colonized and has maintained its integrity and independence throughout the centuries. At latitudes between 26 and 30 degrees north and longitudes between 80 and 88 degrees east, the country covers an area of 147,181sq.km and stretches approximately 145-241 km. north to south and 850 km. west to east. According to 2011 census report, the country population is approximately 3 crores (3 millions). Kathmandu, being the nation’s capital, is the country’s largest metropolitan city. Previously ruled by Shah Dynasty, Nepal is now officially a Federal Democratic country. This landlocked country is highly blessed with exquisite natural beauty and legendry Himalayan wall to its north. Likewise, Nepal is truly rich in terms of geography, culture and religion. Nepal, the birth place of Buddha, is common home to Hindu (80%), Christian, Muslim and Bon-religion. Popular Activities to Do in Nepal Be it expediting the summit of snowy peaks or trekking to its base camp or visiting to its spiritual sites, Nepal is paradise for adventure and culture enthusiast. The dramatic mountain landscapes, far from materialistic world, is natural playground for everyone seeking for adrenaline pump. Similarly, the country is rich culture which is well-defined by age-old monasteries, gumpas, temples, festivals and religious practices. No wonder, Nepal is one of the best destination to visit in 2017 and beyond. Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Langtang village Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek and Upper Dolpo Trek are few to name best treks in Nepal. Trekking is the best way to explore the real Nepal. Apart from trekking activities, one can engage in wild-life exploration journey and take part in adventure sports (paragliding, zip flyer, bungee jump etc.) to enjoy the quick and short respite from hectic schedule. Note: Nepal was partially affected by the earthquake in 2015 but the unrealistic portrayal in various medial made it worse. Only the Langtang trekking region and age-old monuments of Kathmandu were destroyed. But all the trekking routes are restored and building are rebuilt (some building are still in restoration state). We assure you that it is safer to travel Nepal than in past.