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The Nepal Kingdom is a great destination for those seeking an astonishing diversity of sightseeing attractions and adventurous opportunities all within a relatively small area. It includes eight of the highest peaks on earth, including the famed Mt. Everest. Western Nepal also sports the deepest gorge in the world called Kali Gandaki in which an adventurous being might raft down.

There are also lush jungles in the plains area where safari treks on elephants' backs are widely popular. Further, The birthplace of the Buddha lies here in Lumbini, and one of the most sacred Hindu shrines, Pashupatinath can be found in the heart of Kathmandu. There are few places on earth offering such a variety from the highest snow capped peaks, to the low plains, into the jungles and on spiritual quests to holy pilgrimage spots, all these and more can be found here in Nepal. Due to the long religious history, many shrines, temples, large monuments and buildings have been erected so UNESCO has recognized Nepal as a World Heritage Sight.

The geography of Nepal covers an area of 147,181 square kilometers. It is located between India in the south and China in the north. Nepal is topographically divided into three regions: the Himalayan mountainous region in the north; the hilly regions in the middle; and the plains of the Terai to the South. Nearly 10% of Nepalís total land mass has been designated as national parks and wildlife reserves. There are over 180 species of mammals including the endangered species of Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, snow leopard as well as the Gharial crocodile, which all dwell in the jungle regions. There are also over 800 species of birds, which is about 10% of the worldís total. Nearly as many kinds of birds as the whole of North America! Some are endangered like the Bengal florican, Sarus crane and swamp partridges. For this reason many people come to bird watch.

The People of Nepal come from various ethnicities and cultures and are diverse in that many have their own languages and customs. There are over sixty different indigenous races of people making up Nepalís population of 22 million. Nepal is unique in that many people have managed to coexist peacefully despite their different languages, cultures, and beliefs. Buddhism and Hinduism are the prominent religions here but there are also Muslims, Christians and more all harmonizing together making up Nepalís many colored charismatic allure. In just a walk one is able to visit with god in many different forms.

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