Nepal is a Hindu kingdom that sits just above India. Irrespective of its size, Nepal is culturally and ecologically one of the most important countries in the world. It is home to the Mount Everest, the tallest peak in the entire world, which reaches up to an astounding height of 8,848 meters.
Nepal also is home to the densest population of UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites, including the Durbar Squares in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu & Patan, which are the remnants of the Newari Kingdoms that ruled parts of Nepal before its unification into a single country. These Durbars, or courts, were built around 1672 A.D. and hold immense historical and cultural significance.
The Perfect Time to Step In
The months of October and November are the best time to explore the surroundings of Nepal because after the clouds of monsoon dissipate, the skies become clear and increase the visibility for better views.