Nepal is one of the richest countries in term of bio-diversity due to its unique geographic position with carrying wonderful tourism destination, and altitudinal variation, within a distance of 150 km elevation of the country varies from 60 m above sea level to the highest point on earth Mt Everest at 8848m.it is hardly surprising that Nepal has been stage for some of the most outstanding achievement in the world of Mountaineering. The diverse topography and the resulting climate condition offer the most spectacular trekking routes in the world.
Nepal is a landlocked country but rich in flora and fauna, water resources, mineral, wool, timber herbs and other raw materials. It is extended from east to west and narrowed from north to south. It lies in between China in the north and India to the south-east and west, so it is a called YAM between Two stones.
Tourism has not proper record before the democracy of 1951. Beside that During the Rana Regime, Nepal was not open for tourists and hence there was neither proper development of tourism nor the proper report. Even Nepal followed an open-door policy after the democracy in 1951 due to various tourism product available in the country, there is great scope for developing tourism in the country. It was the conquest of Mount Everest on 29th May 1953 by the late Mr. Tenzing Norgay and Mr. Edmund Hillary, which caught the attention of an international audience. Today tourism has become a major enterprise in Nepal by attractive destination by endowed with unique cultural famous for its natural beauty and nature adventure tourism. It is an economic backbone of the country and has been contributing.
Area of Nepal: 1, 47,181 sq.km
The location lies between China in the north and India in the south
Population: 26.49 million
Peoples: Nepal has 125 caste-ethnic groups and 123 spoken languages
Religions: Nepal is the secular state with a pre-dominance Hindi and Buddhist population
Currency: Nepal rupees
Time zone: GMT+5:45
Political system federal democratic republic
Nepal has 4 major seasons
1. Winter- (December to February)
2. Spring- (March to May
3. Summer- (June to August)
4. Autumn- September to November