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Top 5 Best Family Holidays in Nepal

Nepal is a small country but characterized by a unique land topographical and climatic composition making it an extraordinary destination for a vacation.

Thousands of tourists visit Nepal every year. Some people visit for a religious tour, while others for adventure or recreation. The best part about Nepal is that it has all sources to serve the interest of all kinds of visitors.

If you are genuinely looking for a great family vacation spot, then Nepal can be one of the best options. Here are Top 5 Best Family Holidays in Nepal.

  1. Short Treks

Nepal is the home of 8 among the 10 highest peaks in the world. These are the main reason why Nepal is popular among trekkers and adventures. The great Himalayan ranges stretch throughout the entire Northern region.

Some popular treks are mostly about a week or more than a week. The route leads you to some of the best viewpoints of the Himalayan region along with the witness of pure rural lifestyle and practices of the villages.

Thus, a short trek can be a great way to bond with your family through a little adventure with rural beauties.

  1. Pokhara Tour

Pokhara a beautiful city is also known as, the city of lakes. Pokhara is the most beautiful city with natural beauties all packed up in one suitcase.

The place offers you with many resorts, hotels, restaurants etc ranging from luxurious one to highly economical one. The lakeside of the Fewa Lake is the most commercialized area of the Pokhara city. Here are a number of bars, restaurants, cafes, stores and hotels all where.

Boating in Fewa Lake is the most popular activity. The journey is short but with full scenic views, like green, hills, standing against the Himalayan peaks.

There are other options like cycling, caves visits, zip lining, Sarankot for a sunset view, paragliding, Bindabasini and Taal Barahi temple visit, David Fall etc. Pokhara is the perfect place you can visit ever.

  1. Kathmandu – Sightseeing Tour

Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. It is situated between two humongous hills that consist of three districts, the Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. The weather is pleasant throughout the year. Here, you can visit the most popular UNESCO world heritage sites. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Changu Narayan temple, Swoyambhunath stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple.

You can also spend your leisure days in Kathmandu staying in luxurious hotels or resorts to enjoy the food and lifestyle. There is more option to go for shopping in Kathmandu or whether try out different cuisines in restaurants. The tour in Kathmandu city with your family will be of a cultural one.

  1. Chitwan National Park

If you want a vacation in Nepal with your children, then you should consider going for jungle safaris. You can visit the jungle by jeep, or an elephant ride or also on food which one is best for you.

Chitwan National park, listed under the UNESCO World Heritage, is one of the most popular national parks that permit jungle safari. It covers 932 sq km of forests. A large number of wild species reside in this park. You will also encounter some rarest species in this park like one-horned rhino, deer, monkey’s leopard, wild elephant’s sloth bear, Bengal tiger and more than 544 species of birds. This is also a good option for a family tour.

  1. Mountain Flight

Some of the domestic airlines offer you with mountain flight in the Himalayan region. The flight will be generally about 40 to 45 minutes. This can be a good idea to add memorable stories with your family.

Through the flight, you will get some close glimpse of some of the highest peaks in the world. Flying over the beautifully decorated glitter the White Mountains feel like you can touch this beautiful and finest art of the creator.

In conclusion,

These are some of the things that make Nepal a perfect family vacation destination. The natural resources, traditions and culture are well preserved here. You and your family will get a chance to witness and learn the lifestyle and practice of Nepal and Nepali.

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