Calling Code: 977
Subregion: Southern Asia
Languages: nep : Nepali
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A land of mountains, monasteries and mystery, the former kingdom of Nepal has been calling out to adventurers ever since it first opened its borders to the outside world in the 1950s. With the end of the Maoist rebellion, this little piece of Shangri-La is once again open for business, and thrill-seekers are flocking back to the foothills of the Himalaya to indulge in some of the best trekking, mountaineering and rafting in the world. Beyond these natural highs, travellers are drawn to Nepal by the sound of chiming temple bells, the chanting of Buddhist monks, the enduring traveller scene in Kathmandu and the timeless drama of day-to- day life in the remote villages of the Himalaya.
September to November and March to May, to avoid summer rains and icy winters
The winding, temple-strewn backstreets of Kathmandu
Stupendous stupas at Bodhnath and Swayambhunath 0 The magnificent royal squares in Patan and Bhaktapur 0 Views of the snowpeaks from Nagarkot, Dhulikhel and Sarangkot
Chariot parades and other fantastic festivals in the Kathmandu Valley
Test muscle against mountain on the trek to Everest Base Camp
Take a row boat across the placid waters of Phewa Tal in Pokhara
Haggle for singing bowls and Tibetan rugs in the bazaars of Thamel in Kathmandu
Raft or kayak on the wild white waters of the Bhote Kosi or Sun Kosi
Track rhinos and tigers from the back of a jumbo at Chitwan National Park
Books: Arresting God in Kathmandu by Samrat Upadhyay; or WE Bowman's mountaineering spoof The Ascent of Rum Doodle
Music: to the evocative Nepali folk music of Sur Sudha
Movies: Eric Valli's classic Himalaya, with all characters played by Dolpo villagers
Taste: dal bhat (lentils, vegetables and rice) - it's what you'll be eating twice a day, every day if you go trekking
Drink: salted howeverter tea; chang (milky beer made from rice or barley); or hot tongba (millet beer).
Ke game? (What to do?)
High altitude thrills; hippies; the Himalaya; towering temples; Buddhist lamas; Maoists; mountaineers with icicles in their beards; prayer flags; mandalas; yaks and yetis; buffalo steaks
Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) is growing by 6mm every year as a result of plate tectonics
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