Nepal General Information
Welcome to you for choosing Grand Trails Nepal. As most of our adventures begin and end in Nepal, we hope you will find the following information useful upon your arrival and until Depature during your stay in Kathmandu. It is meant to be used only as a guide. Flexibility is a must when traveling in Asia. We will advise you of any notable changes. Nepal is a country of amazing extremes, has elevation from 60M to the 8848M – the home of the world’s highest mountains, Deepest Gorge, historic cities having many world Helitage sites, forested plains where the lordly Royal Bengal Tigers and the great one-horned Rhinoceros trundle at ease. You are always welcome by kind & honest Nepalese people every where. Therefore please find the some useful general information regarding the Nepal, Nepalese culture & it’s traditional facts
Facts parts of Nepal
Geography Fact of Nepal,Nepal, a sovereign independent Country, is bound on the north by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China and on the south, east and west by India. The length of the Kingdom is 5,487 miles east to west and its breadth varies from 90 – 150 miles north to south. The country can be divided into three main geographical regions:
(1) Himalayan part
The altitude of this region ranges between 15,996′ to 29,028′. It includes 8 of the 10 highest summits in the world. This is the main trekking region in Nepal.
(2) mountain part of Nepal
This region accounts for 64% of the total land area, including Kathmandu Valley. It is formed by the Mahabharat range and the lower Churia Hills: from 16,000′ to 3,280′. The many rivers flowing through the area are both beautiful and provide the opportunity for plenty of white water action.
(3) Teari part of Nepal
At 190 – 1000 feet above sea level, the low-land Terai occupies about 17% of the total land area of Nepal. Now primarily agricultural, the Terai retains its lush forests and jungle in the Chitwan National Park.