Nepal is located in South Asia in between India in the south and China in the North. The total area of Nepal is 1, 47. 181 Sq. Km. Nepal has got diverse geographical distribution. Nepal is divided in to three physiographic regions namely; the mountain region, The Terai region and the Hilly region. The Terai region is also called the bread basket of Nepal as the plain land is ideal for cultivating crops. Most part of the Terai region share its border with neighboring India. The main occupation of people living in Terai region is agriculture.?Because of its fertile soil, it is known as the Granary of the country. Royal Bangal tiger, one horned rhino, leopard, gharial crocodile, wild elephant, many species of birds and different types of venomous snakes are found here.
The hilly region consists of chunky hills and uneven trails. The hilly region is filled with natural vegetation. The people mostly inhabits in valleys ad very less habitation can be noticed above 2000m. Weather is hot during summer with occasional slow fall during the winter season.
The Mountain region is situated in the Himalayan range. The mountain region holds some the worlds highest peak including Mt. Everest (8848m). The mountain region is most travelled region of Nepal as it holds some of the best trekking trails of the world. The Himalayas like Kanchanjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Manaslu, Annapurna etc. are located in this region. The temperature is usually low in this region.
Nepal experiences five seasons summer, Monsoon, autumn, winter and spring. Summer season is usually warm and hot in the Terai belt. Monsoon is termed as rainy reason in Nepal. Most part of Nepal receives rainfall during monsoon season. Autumn is ideal season for travelling in Nepal. Winter is usually cold in Nepal. The mountain region and some part of Terai and Hill may receive occasional snowfall during the winter days. Spring season is a blooming season for vegetation. Traveling in spring could be ideal for keen botanists.?
We wanted to see Mt Everest close from the base camp without the 14 day trek. And this is the most exciting way to go, by helicopter. Early morning start from Kathmandu (1364m) to Lukla airport to refuel (altitude 2860m) and then to the Everest Base camp 5290m with…Read More