Where to Visit after Covid-19 in Nepal

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Where to visit after COVID-19 in Nepal

Covid-19, a being pandemic has been affected every sector throughout the world. The life and livelihood of the whole world have been threatened by it. Several sectors as Education, Agriculture, Industry, Real estate, Stocks are influenced directly by this pandemic. Among them, the Tourism industry has been encountering difficulties too.

However, numerous people want to rejoin travel linked activities as they are mobbed inside due to lockdown and restrictions made by this pandemic. As traveling is living, no doubt we have some constructive facets that we can revitalize it making it better than earlier.

Traveling, one of the major hobbies of numerous people worldwide wants to discover new countries, cultures, nature, nurture, mountains, and people. Creating new memory, embarking on an adventure are some key features of peripatetic in Nepal.

Therefore, if you are eager to travel Nepal after Lockdown, diverse landscapes, mighty peaks, colorful hills, unique cultures, wilderness always welcomes you.

Being a small country offers diverse travel-related activities like trekking, city tours, safari, hunting, expedition, paragliding, bungee jumping, and more. According to your interest and budget, you can choose the destination and activities. Our several clients claim that visiting Nepal once is not enough.

As the way of traveling will be different after this pandemic, it may take a while to be normal. However, tourism will be flourished again being normal each day. This article explains the places to visit after the travel restriction in Nepal.

Trekking in the Himalayas   

Name of the mountains Elevation (meter/feet)
Mount Everest







Cho Oyu


Dhaulagiri I


 Manaslu  8,163/26,781
Annapurna I 8,091/26,545

Not only the highest peak in the world, but Nepal also owns 8 of the 14 highest peaks worldwide. Numerous people visit Nepal to step the base of the Himalayas. Trekking in the lap of giant peaks offers immense pleasure.

Throughout Nepal, several trekking routes are developed for trekking in remote. Post Lockdown era will become an immense opportunity to explore greeneries, landscapes, and lifestyles of the northern part of Nepal via trekking.

Cultural and Religious Heritage Tour

As trekking is mostly done for adventures, people who are searching for easier and more comfortable ways to discover Nepal can join the Cultural and Religious Heritage Tour. Such exotic packages lead you to diverse cultural and historical shrines which creates lifetime memories. 

 Some of the shrines as UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square, visiting touristic cities like Pokhara or Lumbini – the birthplace of Lord Buddha offers you an unforgettable experience. 

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Leaving behind your hectic schedule and the stress created by this pandemic, you can join for peak climbing in the majestic Himalayas. According to your budget and fitness, you get numerous options for climbing. The mountains from 6,000m to 8,848 awe you eagerly.

Everest, Makalu, Manaslu, Lobuche, Mera, Island peak climbing are some of the popular packages in peak climbing in Nepal where chiliads of expeditioners try each year.

Jungle Activities

Apart from mountain trekking and expedition and city tours, Nepal welcomes you for the Jungle activities where you can sightsee diverse flora and fauna including the rarest and most endangered ones. These exciting activities brand your body and soul chill and help you to get rid of the stress as well. 

There are 12 National Parks, a Wildlife Reserve, 6 Conservation Areas, a Hunting Reserve where you can experience elephant back safaris, bushwalking, bird watching, canoeing, and many more. 

National Parks in Nepal 

  • Chitwan National Park – 952.63 km2 (367.81 sq mi)
  • Sagarmatha National Park – 1,148 km2 (443 sq mi)
  • Langtang National Park – 1,710 km2 (660 sq mi)
  • Rara National Park – 106 km2 (41 sq mi)
  • Khaptad National Park – 225 km2 (87 sq mi)
  • Shey Phoksundo National Park – 3,555 km2 (1,373 sq mi)
  • Bardiya National Park – 968 km2 (374 sq mi)
  • Makalu Barun National Park – 1,500 km2 (580 sq mi)
  • Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park – 159 km2 (61 sq mi)
  • Banke National Park – 550 km2 (210 sq mi)
  • Shuklaphanta National Park – 305 km2 (118 sq mi)
  • Parsa National Park – 637 km2 (246 sq mi)

Wildlife reserves in Nepal 

  • Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve – 175 km2 (68 sq mi)

Conservation areas In Nepal 

  • Annapurna Conservation Area – 7,629 km2 (2,946 sq mi)
  • Kanchenjunga Conservation Area – 2,035 km2 (786 sq mi)
  • Manaslu Conservation Area – 1,663 km2 (642 sq mi)
  • Blackbuck Conservation Area – 15.95 km2 (6.16 sq mi)
  • Api Nampa Conservation Area – 1,903 km2 (735 sq mi)
  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area – 2,179 km2 (841 sq mi)

Hunting Reserve in Nepal 

  • Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve – 1,325 km2 (512 sq mi)

Thrilling Sports

Being small and a developing country, Nepal offers innumerable adventured activities which are the best way to devote your leisure time to more joy, enjoyment, and excitement. It gives an extraordinary life experience.

While exploring Nepal, one can practice with enthusiasm and high dedication with high passion towards them because they are comparatively more challenging. Some of the adventure sports that Nepal offers are enlisted. 

  1. Bungee Jumping
  2. Kayaking
  3. Paragliding
  4. Sky diving
  5. Zip flying
  6. Rock climbing
  7. Mountain biking
  8. Rafting
  9. Jungle Safaries
  10. Ultra-Light flights etc.

Final Say

Nepal is a Multicultural, Multi-ethnic, Multi-religious, and Multi-lingual country. Being unity in diversity, it offers various activities to do. To experience them, you should visit here after the Lockdown when the restrictions are removed.

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