Nepal, officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is the world's youngest republic, landlocked within the borders of India and China. With a population of approximately thirty million, Nepal is recognised as the 41st most populous country in the world. The nation's capital is Kathmandu, the largest metropolitan city in the country, immersed ancient art and culture.
Limbuni in Nepal is the official birthplace of Gautam Buddha and is considered to be one of the holiest place of Buddhism. Despite this, the majority of the population practice Hinduism followed by Buddhism, Kirat, Islam and Christianity.
Nepal is rich in bio-diversity due to its geographical location and altitude variation. The mountainous North of Nepal is home to eight out of the World's ten tallest mountains including Mt. Everest known as Sagarmatha in Nepali. About ninety-three different languages and dialects are spoken across the country due to co-existence of various ethnic groups and subgroups.
Nepal offers a vast range of adventure and sight-seeing opportunities, from the traditional himalayan countryside with magnificent landscapes to colourful and culture enriched cities. A country famous for its tourism for nature lovers with expeditions and activities such as trekking, hiking, mountain biking, wildpark safaris and many more.