Honeymoon in Nepal - Relish your honemoon vacations in the lap of mountains!
Honeymoon in Nepal
Honeymoon in Nepal means wonderful time amidst the snow-carpeted mountains. In addition, culture and heritage also await your arrival. Visit any of the hundreds of temples in Nepal and vow before the idol that you would remain united for ever. Nepal would would hit your heart with its natural beauty. Exotic wildlife, fragrant forests, terraced farmland, bubbling waterfalls and rivers, and of course, majestic snow peaks. Would you demand more for your honeymoon.
Capital Kathmandu is the stop of most tourists who arrive for their honeymoon in Nepal. Patan, with its rich cultural heritage; Bhaktapur, the town of devotees; Pokhra, with its pristine lake, a beginning point for trekkers, rafters and mountaineers; Chitwan, the wildlife destination where you can live in the lap of nature or the lap of luxury; Tansen and Gorkha with their pristine Himalayan views; and Lumbini with its Buddhist heritage, makes Nepal one of the fantastic places which invite you to express your love.
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Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is most famous for Pashupatinath Temple. The town, which is in the shape of Khukri knife, is located in the picturesque Kathmandu valley. The town is the cultural hub of the country and the conjecture of major routes within and outside the country. Historical monuments and fine architectural pieces would keep you busy in Kathmandu. Major tourist attractions in Kathmandu are Pashupatinath Temple, Hanuman Dhoka, Swayambhunath Dhoka, Balaju Water Garden, Boudhanath Stupa, Chhangu Narayan Temple, Kumari Ghar and Machchendra Temple. When it comes to shopping, you can purchase handicrafts, fashion clothing, great books, music or traditional souvenirs and curios.
Patan is known for its fine arts. Hosting plenty of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments, Patan attracts adherents of both the faiths. Water conduits, stone spouts, Jaladroni (water tanks), artistic gateways, temples and Buddhist vihars bedeck the town. Places to visit here are Patan Durbar Square, Iba Bahi, Kwa Bahal, Mahaboudhha, Oku Bahal, Central Zoo, Tibetan Refugee and Patan Museum.
Visit Pokhara if you are fond of lakes. The town provides kayaking, white wate rafting and rafting. Places to visit in Pokhara are Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Gupteshwar Cave, Mahendra Cave and Davis Fall. One can also indulge in activities like boating and fishing in the lakes of Pokhara.
Glorious architecture has brought Bhaktapur to limelight. People visit Hindu temples and shop for pottery crafts in colorful markets. Places to visit in Bhaktapur are Durbar Square, Dattatreya Square, Taumadhi Square, Sidhha Square, Potter's Square and Surya Vinayak.
Dashing river, sky-kissing mountains and wildlife pronounce that Nepal comes with long range of adventure. Sports like kayaking and white water rafting in Nepali rivers, paticularly Sunskohi, Marshyangdi, Kali Gandaki, Karnali and Seti provide nerve thrilling experience. Nepal is a country which sits in the lap of the Himalayas. Arrange for yourself trekking and mountaineering expedition in Nepal, and it would be rewarding. If you are fond of wildlife, you can go to play with elephants at Royal Chitwan National Park or the snow leopards at the Sagarmatha National Park.
Festivals are inextricably part of Nepalese culture. Most Nepalese festivals are linked to one or the other Hindu and Buddhist deities. The tourists can become a part of Nepalese festivals and enjoy them. Celebrating the festivals with the locals and observing the traditions and the rituals is an absorbing experience.