Nepal is a Himalayan country sandwiched between two giant neighbors- China and India. It is a naturally loaded country suitable for Himalayan travelers, trekking and expedition, river rafting and jungle safari, and several adventure activities and cultural sightseeing tours. The country has been expanded into 14,7,181 sq km area that can be divided into three regions: The Himalayan region, the hilly region, and the low land (Terai) region. 
Country: South Asia
Language: Nepali
Geography: Himalayan, Hilly, and Terai
Main religion: Hindu
Profession: Agriculture
Number of states: 7

The Himalayan region

The Himalayan region is bordered by the incredible snowy peaks and the range throughout the region that borders Tibet. It is the most popular for adventure lovers and trekkers. Mountain Expedition, Base Camp Trekking, exploration of the Himalayan vistas, sunrise views, and other activities are famous. The adventure trips to the Nepal Himalayas vary in technicality and duration. This region is mainly populated by the Tibetan Buddhist devotees, who are also known as Sherpa, Tamang, and Bhotiyas, with their own ethnic culture, language, and spiritual lifestyles along with the festivals. 

The Hilly region

The Hilly region is dominated by green hills and forests. You will find Rivers and gorges along with the woods. This region is known for the adventure activities like canyoning, kayaking, rafting, paragliding, mountain biking, and many more. This region has several UNESCO-listed cultural heritage sites such as Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Changu Narayan temple. Nagarkot, Bandipur, Pokhara, and other renowned touristic places lie in this region. The Brahmin, Chhetriya, Baisya, and Sudra, all four different categories, populate these regions with great cultural harmony. They celebrate different festivals like Dashain, Tihar, Teej, Maghe Sakranti, and many more. 

The Terai Region

The terai region is also known as Nepals plain land region that borders India. This region is equally renowned as the grain store of Nepal. Mixed communities populate the terai region, but some indigenous groups like Tharu and Rajbanshi have been populating there for several centuries. They do have their distinct culture, festivals, foods, and lifestyles that the tourists love well. The Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park are two popular National parks for jungle safari tours in Nepal. Lumbini, Janakpur type os culturally significant cultural destinations are in the terai regions of Nepal. 

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