Nepal is a sovereign republic state with around 30 million populations includes more than 125 ethnic groups. More than 120 native languages are spoken here in Nepal. Thus, with enriched in natural diversity, the country is also renowned for cultural diversity as well. Trekking in Nepal offers foreigners to witness the spectacular vistas all around and experience people’s unique cultures and traditions.

There are cultural variations from one ethnic to other ethnic groups. But, there is no hatred among the ethnic groups. They practice a complete cultural and religious tolerance. Similarly, one particular ethnic group takes part in other ethnic group’s cultural performances and exchange cultural understandings. So that, there is no any record of religious and cultural violence among the ethnic groups in the history of Nepal.

Majority of Nepalese youths are in abroad and send remittance which is the main income of the country and the people .

Different ethnic people observe different cultural and religious festivals all around the year. If you explore Kathmandu, the Newars observe various religious and cultural festivals almost every day. Not only in the Kathmandu valley, but we can also experience the same thing in the countryside of Nepal.

The mainstream culture is dominated by Hindu and Buddhists in Nepal. The temples and monasteries are very special among the people in Nepal. The festivities are observed at the temples and monasteries.

With more than 125 ethnic groups enriched with varied cultures from one area to another with age-old heritage and traditional custom that still exists since past hundreds of centuries.

Explorers and researchers find Nepal as fertile land to study age-old culture and civilization. The festivals of Nepal are equally significant to explore. Even, some of the tourists who visit Nepal have the sole aim of exploring the culture of a particular ethnic group in Nepal.