10 Best Tourist Places to Visit in Nepal


Nepal is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after destinations on the planet. People from all across the globe aspire to set their foot on the divinity-pouring soil of the Himalayan kingdom. From Yoga centers to Hindu temples, and from picturesque vegetation to the scenic Himalayan views, the nation is defined by three things - beauty, serenity and calmness.

If you are willing to spend your next holiday in South Asia, let’s have a look at some of the most beautiful tourist places to visit in Nepal.

1. Pokhara

Pokhara is called the tourist capital of Nepal, thanks to a large number of travelers flocking to the town after landing in Kathmandu. The town that is located in central Nepal is a major destination for Yoga and nature lovers. The town hosts some of the topmost Yoga retreats in the country. Soak in the purity of Phewa Lake, the second-largest freshwater lake in Nepal. Davis Fall and Begnas Lake are two other natural beauties in Pokhara. Since the town is located in the Annapurna region, many travelers choose to trek on the fascinating trails of the snow-laden mountain.

2. Chitwan National Park

One of the serenest places to visit in Nepal, Chitwan National Park is an assortment of lush greenery, bountiful wildlife, and extreme peace. If you are a nature-lover, this place is made ultimately for you. One finds everything that fascinates the heart and soul in the Lower Terai Jungle. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the forest lets you have a glimpse of the breathtaking beauty of Bishazari Taal. In the national park, you can enjoy Elephant ride and see Bengal tigers, Gould’s sunbird, Indian rhinoceros, etc.

3. Lumbini

Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997, Lumbini is the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. The Nepali town is one of the most sacred pilgrimages in Buddhism. Apart from the World Peace Pagoda and Ashoka Pillar, the divine aroma of Maya Devi Temple mesmerizes one’s soul. You will be witnessing enormous spirituality in Lumbini with numerous temples and monasteries.

4. Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu Valley, encompassing the Nepal capital and its nearby cities, is probably the biggest tourist hub in the country. The three Durbar Squares of Patan, Bhaktapur, and Kathmandu are the most astonishing examples of Nepal’s historical richness. Bless your life by paying a sacred visit to Pashupatinath Temple. The national temple of Nepal is also a World Heritage Site. The Buddhist Stupa, Swayambhunath also sits in the heart of Kathmandu. There are a number of religious and historical sites in the region of Kathmandu Valley that is adorned by the Himalayan beauty from all around. Other important places to explore in Kathmandu are Boudhanath Stupa, Changu Narayan Temple, Dakshinkali Temple, etc.

5. Nagarkot


Located in central Nepal, Nagarkot is known for the phenomenal views of Mount Everest. Experience the glimpse of the sunrise through various ranges of the Himalayas while being in Nagarkot village. The place is all about enjoying every moment of your life in the midst of extreme greenery. The site is also an awesome destination for trekking - Nagarkot Panoramic Hiking Trail.

6. Mount Everest Region

Be a witness to the world’s highest mountain peak during your visit to Nepal. In fact, the tour is not complete without letting your soul breathe the air of Sagarmatha National Park, the seat of Mount Everest. If you are seeking a visit to heaven on the earth, there is no better place than Mount Everest Base Camp trekking. There are many other breathtaking peaks in Nepal including 8 of the top 14 summits in the world.

7. Janakpur


The history and mythology of Nepal are incomplete without the mention of Janakpur. In fact, the town holds an important spot in Nepal’s social and historical making. Janakpur is believed to be the birthplace of Goddess Sita, the queen consort of Lord Rama in Ramayana. There is also a Ram-Janaki Mandir in Janakpur where devotees from all over Nepal come to attend Ramnavmi and Ram-Sita Vivah ceremony.

8. Ilam Tea Garden


Ilam is a small town in the eastern region of Nepal. It is famous for its luscious vegetation and tea plantation where tourists find extreme peace and beauty. If you are aiming to explore the whole of Nepal, you cannot skip the delightful embrace of Ilam valley. The plantation lets you experience nothing but hilly paradise in the serenity of the Himalayas.

9. Langtang National Park

Nepal’s first Himalayan National Park is the Langtang National Park. Covering an area of 1710 square km, the park gives you enough reason to purify your soul in the amazing beauty of the Himalayan mountain ranges. An incredibly beautiful Gosainkunda Lake is located at the top of the Langtang Mountain, while Langtang Lirung is the highest summit of the region. Trekking can be an ultimate bliss in the National Park.

10. Ghorahi

One of the holiest towns for Hindus of South Asia, Ghorahi is located in Province No 5. The inner terai village is the seat of the largest Trishul of Nepal in Pandaveswar Temple. After paying a visit to the Swargadwari temple and Ambikeshwori temple, you will feel immensely divinity. In addition, these temples’ location at the hilltop makes the site even more mesmerizing. Nepal Sanskrit University is yet another place to explore the social delight of Nepal.