Nepal, one of the most popular places to visit boasts a wide array of events and festivals during this month, making it an apt time to explore. Some of the most popular events include the following:
- Sustainable Summits Nepal
- Mount Kailash Saga Dawa Festival Tour
- Summer Carnival
- Himalayan Travel Mart
- 15 Day Meditation Journey
- Pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and Tibet and various others
Each of these events is held in Nepal during June that caters mostly to exploring the adventures and hills that the country has to offer. This is the season when Nepal experiences the least rush of tourism as it is an off season. Moreover, this is likely the time to explore the country without facing the tourist common. It is also the most profitable time to visit economically as tourists usually can grab the best deals during this time of the year.
5 Best Places To Visit In Nepal
Known as the Tourist Capital of Nepal, Pokhara is the second largest city in Nepal, post Kathmandu. Situated at an altitude of more than 900m, the city is one of the highest cities in the country. The prime attraction of the city is Lakeside, which is a boating paradise flanked with dreamy cafes, quaint shops, restaurants, pubs.
Major attractions: Boating, Paraglyding, Fewa Lake, Sarangkot
Kathmandu, known as the city of peace, is a charming, busy and bustling city in Nepal. The capital of the country, Kathmandu is the most popular city that is accessible by all. The only metropolitan city offers some of the fanciest buildings in Durbar squares that are worth exploring
Major attractions: Basantapur Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Temple, Pashupatinath Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Garden Of Dreams
This is a beautiful tiny village that is nestled amongst the lap of towering peaks in Bhaktapur district. Situated at the edge of Kathmandu Valley, this beautiful village offers some of the most breathtaking panoramas of the Himalayan ranges.
Major attractions: Rolwaling, Numbur, Everest, Jugal, Langtang, Ganesh Himal and other ranges.
Bhaktapur, the city of culture in Kathmandu Valley is known for hosting a population blend of Buddhist and Hindu. Located around 12 kilometres from the capital of Nepal, it is divided distinctly into three distinct squares. Tourists however need to pay an entry fee of NPR 1500.
Major attractions: Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the city of culture
Located in the southern part of the country, Lumbini is situated near the Indian border. The birthplace of Lord Buddha is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has a wide plethora of stupas that dates back to as long as 2000 years.
Major attractions: Practice yoga, meditation, UNESCO World Heritage Site
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