Nepal Facts Information
Our Nepal facts information will provide you the basic facts about Nepal which will help you to know the general facts of Nepal before you travel to Nepal.
Nepali is a beautiful country lying between the two giant countries, India and China. Nepal also popular for it’s beautifully snow capped mountains laughing in the north and amazing resources, is visited by thousands of people all over the year. Nepal despite being famous for these things, you can get to interact with the world’s most amazing people and see their amazing hospitality.
Nepal is home to world’s top 8 tallest mountains. The breath taking views of these mountains provide you a pleasant scenario once you are here. The lustful green hills with beautiful villages on its lap give you another reason to be here. Nepal is an amazing place to be in. You will not only enjoy the serenity but also the hospitality of the beautiful people here who will always welcome you with a bright smile. Nepal is also the second richest country in water resources of the world. You will also get to enjoy adventurous activities like white water rafting which is world famous. You will get to do other activities like bungee jump, paragliding, canoeing, elephant polo, jungle safari, rock climbing, mountaineering etc. going through these places, you will definitely get to see truest form of Nepal.
Basic Nepal Facts Information:
- Location: South Asia (located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by the People’s Republic of China, and to the south, east, and west by the Republic)
- Currency: Nepalese rupee
- Area: 147,181 square kilometers (56,827 sq mi)
- Population: 27 million
- Administrative Division: Divided into fourteen zones and seventy-five districts.
- Time: GMT +5:45
- Altitude: 70-8848 meters
- Temperature: 0oC to 40oC (according to altitude)
- Country code: +977
- Internet domain: .np
- National flower: Rhododendron
- National bird: Lophophorous
- Color: crimson-red
- Growth rate: 2.24%
- World heritage site: 10 (listed in UNESCO)
- Flora and Fauna: 840 different species
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