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  • Nepal
    Nature has been kind to our small Himalayan kingdom. It has expressed itself in a variety of genres.The unique geographical location of this landlocked country has resulted... more
  • Tibet
    The name itself invokes a sense of mystery and magic. Spread over a vast expanse of high altitude desert beyond the Himalayas this ancient kingdom is truly the last of the Shangri-Las... more
  • Bhutan
    Sandwiched between two Asian Giants, the small Himalayan kingdom is truly one of the last Shangri- las. Mysterious and alluring, the land of the thunder dragon has always... more
  • Sikkim
    Small but beautiful, this small erstwhile Himalayan in the northeastern frontier of India, is wedged between China, Nepal, Bhutan and the sleepy Darjeeling district. Remote... more
Geography

Our tiny Himalayan kingdom is bound on the north by the Tibetan Autonomous region of the People's Republic of China while we share our eastern, southern and western frontiers with India. Only 147,181 square kilometres in area, it has one of the world's most geographically diverse territories with the deepest gorge to the highest valley. It also has the greatest range of altitude. Nowhere in the world is the altitude variation so pronounced as in our country. The change in elevation is dramatic - from the soaring Mount Everest with 8,848 meters, the highest point on earth to flat Gangetic plains, which rise not more than 60 meters from sea level. Nepal stretches 885 km from east to west and 145 - 241 km from the north to south The country can be divided into three main geographical regions.

Himalayan region:
The altitude of this region ranges between 4877m.- 8848m. It includes eight of the 14 highest summits in the world, which exceed an altitude of 8,000m. Including Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and others.

Mountain region:
This region accounts for about 68% of the total land area. The Mahabarata range that soars up to lower Churia range forms this region.

Terai Region:
The low- land Terai occupies about 17% of the total land area of the country