Although Nepal is a small, undeveloped country, it far deters visitors from coming.

Amazingly, you can find visitors from all parts of the world. They are traversing over foothill trails or roaming through small alleys in the capital.

There’s certainly an attractiveness that brings millions of tourists each year to Nepal; most people may think it is because of the majestic mountain vista views. But a closer examination into the culture and visitors will tell you it lies in the charm of the Nepali people. Their warm hearts engulfed in a medieval, predominantly Hindu republic that are landlocked between political turmoil and modern development.

Traditionally, Nepal has always been the dream destination for adventure seekers. But Nepal has something for all tastes and pockets.

The glorious sunrise from Nagarkot, the majestic mountain flights, shopping for Nepalese handicrafts as well as activities for leisure seekers.

Other activities such as nature or bird-watching walks, boating and fishing are increasing in popularity. Newer activities such as those in ballooning, mountain biking, gliding, bungee jumping are also entering the market.

All in all, Nepal has probably the best of all-around leisure activities that a small and landlocked country can offer.