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    Cultural Tour of Nepal on Holiday Vacation

    Eco Holidays is a Nepal-based travel agency aware of the country's different beautiful aspects. We help travelers on cultural tours of Nepal to observe the cultural heritages. We specially offer customized travel packages for Nepal to explore the cultural lifestyle of Nepal too. You can choose travel packages as per your specific needs for traveling.

    Nepal is a land of the Himalayas where the sunset and sunrise are glorious. Nepal can be traveled with the help of transport or on foot. Take the opportunity to explore this beautiful land the best you can. A tour of Nepal will suffice for the basic trip to the country. It is advisable to spend excessive time taking in the scenery of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is common and very popular among tourists. Guides are always available to assist you through the region. Nepal is the land between India and Tibet and is a cozy hidden gem in the lap of the Himalayas. Nepal boasts of luxury and fine hotels.

    Cities Of Nepal

    After your Annapurna trek in Nepal, take the city tour of Kathmandu. Luxury hotels in Kathmandu boast old layouts and open spaces for the most discerning traveler and luxury seeker. Kathmandu has many heritage sites and a strong cultural and religious influence. The people are warm and welcoming in Nepal. The peaceful demeanor of this city is inviting and enticing. The Durbar Square is one of an attraction in Kathmandu. A monkey temple is a place you would not want to miss out on visiting. The view is breathtaking and exquisite. Not only Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur have their own cultural and historical, and religious importance. Durbar squares, temples, traditions, and food in their areas are famous, and you should try them once you are there.

    The next place to invest your time in Pokhara. The beautiful country lakes, people, and Tibetan villages will capture your heart when you arrive. The Nepal tour does not end here. It would be best if you visited Chitwan when in Nepal. The national park is diverse and full of various species of animals and plants.

    The city is influenced in abundance by amazing architecture. The art pieces are on the bases of rice paper or palm leaf. Thangkas are the main form of picture popular among Buddhists in Nepal. It is on the leitmotif of religion, its figures, and its symbols. Bronze statistics and pottery has exclusive importance and contribution to the country's revenue generation. Trekking the major highpoint of the place makes the voyage fulfilling after a fun-filled beautiful religious experience.

    There are various other dance forms, which also are an essential part of the culture. Some are khayak, Mahakali, monkey, charya dances, and much more. Music is a unique form of presenting things and festivals in the country. The harvesting songs, Devotional songs to Lord Krishna and Shiva, influenced the music. The music is the nation's soul as more regional touches can see in it. Localities also relish and sing during the festal seasons. The music here portrays the nativity.

    People of Nepal

    People perform physically demanding labor, but women tend to work longer hours, have less free time, and die younger. In urban areas, men are far more likely to work outside the home. Increasingly, educational opportunities are available to both men and women, and there are women in professional positions. Women also frequently work in family businesses as shopkeepers and sewing.

    Kids and older people are valued sources of household labor. In rural families, young kids collect firewood, mind animals, and watch younger children. Older people may serve on village councils. In urban areas and superior towns, kids attend school; rural children may or may not, depending on the proximity of schools, the availability of teachers, and the work required at home.

    Food of Nepal

    Nepali Foods you should try while Visiting Nepal

    The foods of Nepal are in flavors of less spice and more herbs and simple food. The typical dish is called “Dal Bhat Tarkari.” Nepali is the most verbal language, followed by English. Nepal is well related by air to all the nations. It connects with its neighboring and adjacent states with rails and intercity with roads. There is a fantastic variety of local cuisine such as Thakali, Newari, and food of the ethnic minorities.

    The regular Nepali meal is dal (lentil soup), bhat (boiled rice), and tarkari (curried vegetables), most often accompanied by achar (pickle) or just raw chilies. Curried meat is trendy. Acquired from Tibetans, momos (steamed or fried dumplings) deserve mention as one of the most popular snacks among Nepalis. It is also occupied as a complete meal, especially by office goers during lunch. Rotis (flatbread) and dhedo (boiled flour) also make meals in some homes, especially in rural areas.

    Rice remains constant; the side dishes bring a lot of variety to the meals in Nepali cuisine. Depending upon ethos and civilization, cooking in the Nepali homes (where the cooks are always the housewife) tends to settle curries with complex spices that she has learned from her mother, which has traditionally been used for centuries. Nepal’s cuisine is mostly, but not all of them, spicy; however, on request, spices can be reduced without compromising the taste of the dish.

    Clothes of Nepal


    Nepal is home to diverse spiritual and ethnic groups and even climates. Historically and in modern times, it has led to significant variations in Nepalese Clothing. While the clothing of Nepal has also influenced countries, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, Nepalese clothing retains an independent identity with garments specific to the cultures of Nepal. Daura Suruwal is our national clothing of Nepal.

    Cultural Places Of Nepal

    Lo Manthang

    Upper Mustang Trek

    Lo Manthang, located in the Mustang district, offers various cultural experiences. Lo Manthang has only been visited by foreigners relatively recently, and the number of visitors to Upper Mustang is still restricted.

    Kathmandu Valley

    Kathmandu Valley contains several sister cities, including Bhaktapur and Patan. Kathmandu has many cultural and historical places, like Pashupatinath, Bouddhnath, and more. Rich with beauty and cultural significance, Bhaktapur teems with ancient artworks and carvings made from wood, stone, and metal. Patan or Lalitpur means the city of great art and masterpiece handicrafts. On entering the premises of Patan Durbar Square, you will be amazed at ancient buildings,  masterpiece architecture of intricate carving arts, and most of the monuments listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

    Sagarmatha National Park

    Sagarmatha National Park

    The area contains vast mountains aside from deep valleys carved into the mountainsides by staggeringly large glaciers. You are introduced to the Sherpa people within the Himalayas, who have a rich cultural history and a unique culture. There are approximately 6,000 Sherpas within the SNP, and their presence creates a coupling of nature and learning within the park, making it truly unique.


    Lumbini, the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, on whose teachings Buddhism was founded, is one of the holiest places in Nepal. Today, a Buddhist pilgrimage center was erected, and the site is a favorite among archaeologists. If you plan to visit Nepal, this place is highly regarded.

    Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan is home to both the Bengal tiger and the single-horned rhino, and this area is one of the last places these animals exist. Chitwan is a popular destination in Nepal, and within the city, you can find several lodges in addition to several activities, from rafting to jeep safaris and walking tours. Thakali dances after the visit to Chitwan are highly rated in a cultural tour of Nepal.


    Janaki Temple Janakpur

    Janakpur, a city for religious and cultural tourism, is situated southeast of Kathmandu and is home to many shrines and religious ponds. The city contains some of Nepal's most beautiful architecture and is surrounded by vast natural beauty. Mithila art and culture are attractive to see on visiting this place with its history with the story of Lord Ram and Sita.



    Pokhara is the second-largest city in Nepal. The landscape here abruptly changes from green hills to vast sheer mountains, creating an environment with truly sensational views. Pokhara is a touristic hub with many activities and visiting places available, including religious places.


    Langtang Valley Trekking

    Langtang offers some of the oldest and most traditional Tamang villages, and you will see how people within the most former tribe of Nepal live. The Gosainkunda Lake is a famous religious spot for Hindus and is said to have been created by Lord Shiva himself.


    Tansen (Palpa)

    The beautiful town of Tansen sits within the mid-West Nepalese hills and contains quaint houses with traditional Newari architectural influences. The temperatures are slight all year round, making it meet to visit anytime.



    Situated in the tranquil hills of eastern Nepal, Ilam is famous for producing Nepal tea. The gentle slopes and hills make for more leisurely exploration than other areas within the country. The municipality of Ilam is also known for its fine cheeses and has many agricultural exports.

    Eco Holidays offer a wide selection of small-group tours, high-adventure treks & family-friendly holidays. Our primary purpose is to provide happiness, emphasizing quality service with genuine Nepali hospitality and sincerity. All arrange for you to plan a holiday to suit your needs.

    We look forward to you placing your trust in our ability. Visit our offices, and you’ll see the unfilled desks of people out on trips or hear people swapping stories about a place they have just visited.

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