Nepal Tourism Board has assembled the video ‘Naturally Nepal – Once is not enough’ to encourage tourists to visit the country more often and experience the different facets of natural beauty, culture, religious standings and adventure sports.Nepal is a country of rich diversity, from the highlands in the north reaching to the 8,848m, the top of Mt. Everest, the highest point of the world to the flatlands in the Terai rich in flora and fauna.
Trekking has been a major form of attraction to foreigners visiting Nepal. Treks to the Everest region, the Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu, Dolpo etc. have been most popular. On the other hand, Jungle safari in the Chitwan, Bardiya and other national parks in the Teraihave also been highly preferred, which also offer other forms of activities such as bird watching, canoeing, jeep safari etc. Cycling, bungee jumping, paragliding, canyoning and other adventure sports have spurted out primarily due to the geographical diversity that offers a natural sites for these activities.
The Durbar squares in the Kathmandu valley which are also listed under the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO show the rich art and architecture of the different dynasties that ruled in the valley. The Newars and their rich culture is depicted in their unique festivals and celebrations which can be seen upon exploration of the valley. Some areas in the Northern regions still have the age old Tibetan religion and culture being followed, while the Terai plains are rich in indigenous Tharu culture. These form a unique experience for explorers who are dazzled by the new experiences as they explore Nepal.