Nepal stretches from affluent sub-tropical forests to towering Himalayan peaks; it can be well affirmed as the cut-off point of Asia. Looking at the green trees on the hills, the rolling terrace farming, serpentine roads, pristine landscapes, and cultural heritage sites, Nepal is undoubtedly a tranquil haven for the unacquainted eyes of foreign visitors and a weekend getaway for local city dwellers. Get on the wheels and be ready for a warm welcome with stretches of jungles, flatlands, banana groves and waving children in Chitwan. Unveil the captivating beauty of Manang, a place where travel dreams come true. Nepal’s cultural variety is every bit as diverse as its physical one. People here belong to a host of idiosyncratic racial groups who speak a host of varying languages and live in everything from crowded, primeval cities erupting with pagoda-roofed Hindu temples to villages hovering on yellow patches of rice-farming terraces and grimy upland settlements huddled around petite monasteries. The land of the highest mountains on the entire globe, and the birthplace of the great Buddhist preacher, Buddha is a place of historical importance, a place rich in vibrant festivals and matchless rituals; it has the ability to enrapture every avid traveler.