Kathmandu valley is well-known as "The cultural hub of Nepal". It is situated in a bowl shaped valley, surounded by 10,000 feet high mountains. The valley is full of historic, artistic and cultural interests with the visibility of the peaks of majestic Himalaya from several parts. Along with seven UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites one can find uncountable numbers of ancient golden pagoda temples and shrines throughout the valley with lots of inspiring Hindu and Buddhist dieties.
Chitwan National park, one of the richest and most well known wild life reserve in Asia, is situated 165 km south-west of Kathmandu. The park is one of the two UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites which covers an area of 932 sq. km and conserves more than 43 species of mammals, 450 out of total estimated 750 specifies of birds in Nepal, many varieties of butterflies and 45 species of amphibians and reptiles. The national park offers a unique ecosystem encompassing hills, ox-bow lakes, flood plains, tall grasslands and thick jungles dominated by sal trees (Shorea Robusta).
Pokhara "The Center of adventure of Nepal" is a sub-tropical valley which is at an altitude of 827 m above sea level and 200 km north-west from Kathmandu. Pokhara is nestled at the foot of the majestic Himalayas and is full of emerald lakes, gushing rivers and dense green forests. It is the only valley in the world from where one can have the stunning panaromic views of the snow-capped mountains higher than 8000m. from below 1000m.