I'm going to be in Nepal this summer and I'm looking for somewhere to spend a couple of week before coming back to England. Flights stop at either Delhi or Doha, I have travelled quite a bit around India so would like to go somewhere new...has anyone spent any time in Doha/Qatar and if so what is there of interest there? I can always get a return flight from Kathmandu to somewhere nearby and then fly back to England from there...Any suggestions?
There are many beautiful and interesting places to visit inside and outside the Kathmandu Valley. The places are full of history and historical remains and are remarkable for their beauties. Most of the places can be easily reached from Kathmandu by road or by air. The Himalayan Mountains lays the small Kingdom of Nepal, with its lofty mountains, deep valleys, lush jungles, exotic wildlife and diverse peoples. Mostly known as the “Land of Everest” or the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Nepal has a variety of attractions to keep tourists coming back for more.
Major intresting places are Kathmandu Durbar Square (world Heritage Site), Patan fine art city, Bhaktapur Historical palace , Boudhanath Stupa (largest stupa in the world) , Pashupati Nath Temple , Swoyambhu Stupa , Budhanilkantha (sleeping Bishnu) , Changunarayan (world Heritage Site) , Chapagaon , Chovar George , Dakshinkali Temple , Dhulikhel Hill , Nagarkot Hill , Kakani Hill , Kopan Monastery , Nagarjun Hill , Namo Buddha , Panauti , Phulchowki , Shivapuri , Pokhara & Begnas , Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (175 sq. kms) , Chitwan National Park (932 sq. kms) ,
Bardia National Park (968 sq. kms) , Tansen , Lumbini (Lord Buddha birth place ) , Daman and Bandipur. For the trekking three main Region is most popular
If you want to know more details than let me know.