• December 29, 2019
  • Sea Links Travel

Everything you need to Know about Visit Nepal 2020

Visit Nepal 2020 inaugural ceremony will be held be on 1st January 2020 corresponding with Ministerial Conclave 2020 in the Capital. ‘Sustainable Tourism through Preservation of Natural and Cultural Heritages & rsqu is the motto of tourism the year 2020.

Everything you need to Know about Visit Nepal 2020

Visit Nepal 2020 is a pledge by the Government of Nepal to promote Tourism Industry throughout the country. Nepal has the potential of Tourism in every sector that you can imagine. Despite the small size (147,181 sq.km), it is gifted with all the possibilities of establishing itself as the

Government of Nepal had planned 2018 as the Tourism year but the overwhelming earthquake of 7.8 Richter struck Nepal on 25th April 2015. The aftershocks on 26th April and 12th May heaped more misery. The very reason for ‘Visit Nepal 2020’

The Government of Nepal postponed the campaign for 2020 so that it could rebuild the whole nation better prior to the black day (referring to 12th Baisakh). Nepal aims to host 2 million tourists in 2020 and has been rebuilding the nation since.

Visit Nepal 2020 inaugural ceremony will be held be on 1st January 2020 corresponding with Ministerial Conclave 2020 in the Capital. ‘Sustainable Tourism through Preservation of Natural and Cultural Heritages&rsqu is the motto of tourism the year 2020.

The main goal of visit Nepal 2020 is to promote and establish Nepal as the Travel Destination in the world. The better side to it is flourishing all the local level tourism to an international level. The economic growth is the aftereffect.

Nepal Government is grinding its best strategies to make the VNY 2020 a successful tourism year even better than the previous campaigns in 1998 and 2011. Rebuilding the nation as its priority, expansion of Tribhuvan International Airport and construction of Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa is an ongoing process to facilitate the tourist immigration.

Cultural Sites and Historic monuments were hugely affected by the quake. Most of them were leveled to the ground. Almost all the sites and monuments are under construction to retain its old self. Despite that, the natural beauty remains intact.

The Government of Nepal and Tourism Board have formulated plans to facilitate the tourists economically by managing the prices of traveling. There will be a standard set for lodging and food prices. Amazing life experiences for a small figure is enduring.

Tourists will have a very peculiar experience visiting Nepal in 2020. They will witness that the charm remains the same in spite of the sorrow it has been through. The artistry is being restored but the cultural values never lost its place.

Nepal embodies numerous breathtaking landscapes from east to west. Nepal is a paradise for anyone who loves nature. The biodiversity is simply awesome. Nepal cherishes 852 species of birds. Let the variation within a species be a bonus to all the bird watchers. Many endangered species will treat your eyes. Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhino, red panda and many more rare creations of nature home themselves in the greenery of Nepal.

The variance in culture, similarities among diversities, colorful vibrant festivities, ethnic groups and their languages, lifestyle, living God and Goddesses will surely be a wonderful lifetime experience. Every little trip will offer you new perspectives to look into the word. If you are adventurous enough Nepal will never let you down.

Not only cultural sites, historical monuments, and beautiful landscapes but also the people of Nepal are very hearty. They all will not disappoint you with their hospitality. It is in the nature of Nepalese people to gratify the guests regardless of wealth, religion, ethnicity and culture. ‘Atithi Deva Vawa’ meaning ‘guests are gods’ is a common practice among Nepalese. Even atheists respect it.

Visit Nepal 2020 features all the available grounds for tourists to visit throughout the year. Nepal has a vast tourism portfolio. From highest mountains to living Goddesses, Historical and cultural sites to National parks and wildlife reserves with abundant wildlife, Mesmerizing trek routes to phenomenal hospitality.

While in Nepal, you can plan your trip according to your preference. Nepal offers you broad categories with exceptional experiences to choose from. Every landscape offers a different experience so more the merrier. Having said that any destination you select will surpass your expectations. <

What can you expect from Visit Nepal 2020?

Many touristic spots are still to be discovered as they extend to corners of the country where facilities are limited. Those that will surely be available for you to explore in the near future. Below are the infamous landscapes and sites you can travel to in 2020.

The Cultural Heritages

Nepal is a wonderful experience. As mentioned above it is full of cultural differences, languages among different ethnic groups. Everyone is related to some culture in one way or the other. Despite the differences harmony exists which supports the fact ‘unity in cultural diversity’.

The cultures are represented as a whole using artistry in cultural sites relating to various religions. Cultural sites embrace deep values, spirituality, the essence of religious beliefs and more. The best thing you can find is it is not bounded by religion. Everyone is free to visit. That is unique and praiseworthy.

Some Cultural Heritages you must visit while in Nepal are listed below:

  • Boudhanath Stupa
  • Swyambhunath Stupa
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Patan Durbar Square
  • Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Lumbini   

Religious Sites

Religious sites hold religious values and beliefs of Nepalese people from different backgrounds. They are found all over and around the country. Most of the sites aren’t easy to access due to lack of infrastructure while some are inside Kathmandu Valley. Long Treks on trails lead to these places since they are remotely located. Few of them can be reached by vehicle. The amazing fact about religious sites is that not all of them are man-made architectures that hold religious values of their ethnicity or religion. Some of the religious sites in Nepal are fascinating landscapes with heavenly stories behind them and each holding relatable mystery. The exotic and overwhelming sites you should visit to gain perspectives in life.

Some of the Religious Places for you to visit in Nepal are as follows:

  • Muktinath
  • Gosainkunda
  • Janaki Mandir
  • Manakamana
  • Mai Pokhari
  • Budhanilkantha
  • Panch Pokhari
  • Pathibhara Temple
  • Bhaleshwor Mahadev Temple

National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Area

A nature-loving person can have satisfaction above his/her expectations in Nepal. Nepal is very rich in flora and fauna. Geographical diversity is immense in Nepal which supports noteworthy biodiversity. The climate and geography bolster unique animals that are rare and found only here. Nepal habitats 852 species of birds, 651 species of butterfly, 200 species of fishes, 127 species of reptiles, 185 species of mammals and more.

The Government of Nepal has declared certain areas as protected boundaries to preserve endangered species of flora and fauna. They are mesmerizing to your eyes. You can savor the beautiful creation of nature in and around the parks and reserves. Jungle safari, trekking, hunting, etc. are some features you can enjoy. You can visit these places for the sole purpose of pleasure or researches as you like.

Some popular National Parks and Wildlife Reserves are listed below for you to choose from.

  • Chitwan National Park
  • Bardiya National Park
  • Sagarmatha National Park
  • Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park
  • Makalu Barun National Park
  • Langtang National Park
  • Shey Phoksundo National Park
  • Rara National Park
  • Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve
  • Parsa Wildlife Reserve
  • Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
  • Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
  • Khaptad National Park
  • Kanchanjunga Conservation Area
  • Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area
  • Krishnasar Conservation Area
  •  Khaptad National Park
  • Kanchanjunga Conservation Area

Mountaineering and Trekking

There are 68 mountains for you to choose from if you are a mountaineer. There are many agencies in Nepal to facilitate mountaineering. They do a very exceptional job to make your dream come true. All you need to do is contact them and they will guide you to your summit. Every detail you need for accomplishing your goals will be made available to you as soon as you initiate the project.

Some mountains tourists chose in the previous years and actually were able to summit are listed below for you.

  • Ama Dablam (6814 m.)
  • Annapurna 1 (8091 m.)
  • Annapurna 4 (7525 m.)
  • Barun Tse (7129 m.)
  • Danfe Sali (6102 m.)
  • Dhaulagiri (8167 m.)
  • Gaugiri (6110 m.)
  • Gyaji Kang (7074 m.)
  • Himlung Himal (7126 m.)
  • Lhotse (8516 m.)
  • Manaslu (8163 m.)
  • Makalu 1(8463 m.)
  • Putha Hinchuli (7246 m.)
  • Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) (8848 m.)
  • Saribung (6346 m.)
  • Sarphu 4 (6433 m.) Thapa Peak (Dhampus) (6012 m.)

With this, there are many more possibilities for exciting activities as well.