Visit Nepal 2020

Why Everyone Should Visit Nepal in 2020?


The Government of Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board have been working together to make the Visit Nepal 2020 a grand success. The Tourism Board has visioned to welcome more than two million travelers in the Year 2020. The occasional ads and flyers in the international game show, train stations, and hotels are proof of the assiduous Tourism Board.

Basically, everyone here is working hard to equip you with the best service and make Visit Nepal 2020 a year to remember a lifetime.

To coalesce this target, both the private and government sector kindred to the tourism industry has been working hard to construct various tourism-related infrastructures. This includes improving the teahouse’s conditions, developing the moderate roads in the trekking routes, construction of health and recreational centers and so on.

With the celebration of Visit Nepal 2020, the government plans to ensure prosperity in Nepal through the tourism-related activities. So, it’s an opportunity for you to contribute to the economic development of this immensely beautiful country.

And here are the reasons that everyone should visit Nepal in 2020.


Cultural Tour

It’s a fact that Nepal has a lot of cultural and ethnic variations. People of diverse identity, language, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds live here harmoniously. In every hour of walking distance, you will encounter a different ethnic community with there own unique identity.

Nepal has been a land of unspoiled culture for centuries. Kathmandu, the capital is nicknamed “city of temples” where you can visit three Durbar Squares, Pashupatinath, Swayambutnath, Boudhhanath, and many other holy places.

Even during the trekking to the Himalayas, you will get to witness the mani walls and chortens on the premises of the century-old monasteries. The white glittering monastery will appear out of the blue while you explore the Himalayas.

Not to miss Lumbini – the birthplace of “Light of Aisa”, Gautam Budhha.


If Christmas and Thanksgiving are the only festivals you have ever celebrated, then HEY, you have missed so much in your life.

In Nepal, it is said that every 365 days of a year are the days for celebration. Not just the month-long Dashain and Tihar and the wild Bisket and Gai Jatras here is much more you can celebrate. Holi, Chhat, Teej, Indra Jatra, Ghode Jatra, Budhha Purnima, Udhauli, etc are just to list a few.

Adventurous Tour

Nepal is a perfect destination for all adventure freaks. If Paragliding parallel to Himalayas ranges doesn’t make your adrenaline rush, skydiving above Everest will definitely do. And what about a 524 feet Bujnee Jump in the last resort? While trekking to the base camp of a world’s highest mountain is already the life-time memory, white water rafting, canoeing, and Mountain flights add to the fun.

The suspension bridges that look deadly and the rough roads, everything drives you crazy.


Now, this is why over a million tourist flies from different corner of the world to Nepal. Walking through the rugged terrains in a totally unknown land, enjoying the pristine surroundings might sound like a dream to many. And the famous treks like Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Langtang Trek e.t.c make the dreams come true.

And just if the idea of walking in rough terrains for weeks freaks you out, there are beautiful short hikes like Poon Hill trek, Mardi Himal trek, Panchase trek, Siklesh Trek and many others just for you.

Classic Romance

Just not asking to get her married in front of Eiffel is classic, the blue crystal lakes of Nepal will also create an ideal situation. Roaming the streets of Lakeside isn’t less romantic. And if your partner is also an adventure freak like you, Nepal is the best place you can be for the Honeymoon. And on your way back, not forget to ask the blessing of 33 million Hindu gods for the happy relationship.

Ecological Tours

Last but not the least, the varied altitude of Nepal has also blessed this small country with diverse flora and fauna. The botanical garden at Godawari, Shivpuri National Park, and the Shivapuri Nagarjun Conservation Area are few places to explore the Diversity if you are Kathmandu.

And if that’s not enough, just a few hours of the drive takes you to Chitwan National Park. This National Park has so much from Elephant to Rhino and Crocodile to Hyenas.

Also, Bardia National Park and Khaptad National Park are not to be missed.

Final Say

I could say much more about Nepal, and never get tired. But then, let’s not make it boring for you. Basically, Nepal has something for everyone. It’s like an ice-cream parlor with all your favorite flavors.

So, Good Bye. See You in Nepal Soon. Visit Nepal 2020!

About Shobita Neupane

Shobita is a co-founder of Travel Diary Nepal. She is a passionate traveler and a content writer. Her favorite quote is Fly so high until your problem looks smaller and the dream seems closer.

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