Nepal is one of the most water-rich countries in Asia. Between the two great nations, India and Tibet, stretches from natural beauty and rich tropical forests to temperate mountain peaks. From wild tiger habitats to snow leopard hunting grounds, one can enjoy a paradise in one day.
Nepal’s cultural landscape is as captivating as its geographical charm. Its people belong to specific ethnic groups and to different language groups. From the village to the Hindu temples in the old cities, the people’s life here is disturbed. In the villages of the Terai, from paddy and other farming to animal husbandry and tourism is the main occupation of the people here.

The main tourist attractions are the thatched houses in the mountainous and hilly areas, the water flowing in the gardens, the villages surrounded by hills and hillock. The hidden settlements around the small Gumbas. From agriculture to animal husbandry and tourism is the main occupation of the people here. Religious practices range from Indian-style Hinduism to Tibetan Buddhism and from nature-worship to shamanism. Kathmandu, the capital of the country, is home to the traditional monastery Pati Pauwa and the main Newar castes. People adjust all these communities and traditions to their own religion, tradition, culture, and tantric practice according to geography.

The country is a model for the world in shaping the landscape of cultural pluralism. It was not a colony in history. Its people are known for their charismatic blend of free-thinking and friendship, courtesy, and durability – qualities that have earned them an international reputation, especially among Gurkha soldiers and Sherpa mountaineers, and it must be an extraordinary pleasure to work with them.