The most interesting attractions in Nepal are Buddhist temples, majestic slopes of the Himalayas, Terayskite plains and Indo-Gangskata plane. In fact, Nepal is a sea side and its neighboring countries only China and India. Another interesting fact is that eight of the ten highest peaks are located here.
Most people associate this country with the Himalayas and the highest peak on Earth - Mount Everest. Every year thousands of climbers from around the world try to conquer this majestic peak.
For temples in Nepal wrote in a previous article, so I'll direct your attention to the natural attractions in Nepal. As the attention of most visitors to this famous Asian country is directed towards the high mountains, beautiful waterfalls in Nepal remain in the shadows. Most interesting, but not very deep waterfalls are: Waterfall Hyatung - highest 320 m, Patale Chhango - very interesting waterfall 150 meters, which for the most part not visible because the water sinks into the ground, Pokali Falls - represents two cascades with a total height of 130 meters.
Falls in Rupse Dhaulagiri - many stunts with a total height of 300 meters, perhaps the most beautiful of all of the above now. If the Himalayas are the highest mountains in the world, it is logical here are the deepest gorges.
The deepest gorge in the world Kali Gandaki in Dhawalagiri is 5571 meters deep at the foot of Mount Annapurna. In Nepal there are several royal palaces, which will pay attention.
The first is the 55 Window Palace - built in 1427 with a rich exterior and interior decoration. One of the entrances is golden gate "The Golden Gate". Hanuman Dhoka in Basantpur - a group of historic buildings, most built in the 16th century and inhabited by the royal family until 1886.
In the middle of the complex is located nine floors building Basantpur Tower, an impressive design, typical hinduizkata religion.
Gorkha Palace in Gandaki - located in the central part of Nepal, on top of the mountain. Very well preserved palace from the 15th century, one of the oldest in Nepal and its former capital. Nuwakot Palace - palace complex built on a hill in the 18th century. Here are a few temple, the tallest building has nine floors. For nature lovers we offer an amazing walk in the Royal Chitwan National Park.
You will see over 40 species of mammals, 450 bird species and as amphibians and reptiles. This is one of the most interesting sub-tropical parks in Indian region. You can also visit the Durbar Square in Kathmandu.
Included in the list of UNESCO because of the beautiful ancient temples and palaces dating from the 13th and 18th century. In fact, in the lower parts of Nepal can see many things, because the population is concentrated in three major rivers Kosi, Narayani and Karnali.
Land at an altitude of over 2000 m are less populated. 80% of the population profess Hinduism as the main deities are Shiva and Vishnu, which are shown in all their divine sparkle in beautiful statues (often gold plated).