Nepal, The landlocked multi ethnic, multilingual, multi-religious country which lies in South Asia between China in the north and Indian in the south, east and west in the Himalayas. The border countries are India and China. The closest countries are Tibet, Bhutan and Bangladesh.

Nepal can be divided broadly into three ecological Zones; lowland, middle land and highland. The altitude of the Himalayan region (Highland) ranges between 4877m-8848m, It includes 8 of the highest mountains among 14 summits in the world, which exceeds the altitude of 8000 meters including Mount Everest.

Nepal Known as the “Land of Everest” is a land of inspirational scenery and one of the world’s best place to visit to see the beauty of nature. Besides, mountains Nepal is known as “Birth Place of Buddha”. Buddha who is the founder of the Buddhist religion and is known as the symbol of peace to the world.

Nepal is known as one of the richest country with cultures in the world. We define culture as the way of life for an entire society which includes every aspect of life, food, clothing and even occupations which are guided culturally. We Nepalese religiously follow our culture. Culture in Nepal combines music, architecture, religion and literature. Besides, Nepalese are known as the most hospitable hosts culturally warm and affectionate who give their heart to their guests. This is the reason for which tourists from other countries enjoy coming to Nepal time and again.

Nepalese are known as Gurkhas to all over the worlds their motto is “Better to die than be a coward”. In the First and Second World War, they won many awards for courtesy. Gurkhas are known as “Bravest of the brave, most generous of the generous and faithful friends. Gurkhas never stetted their foot backward in the hard times of wars and have proven themselves as the most courageous people to the world.