Nepal has four seasons: Spring(Mar-May), Summer(June-Aug), Autumn (Sep-Nov) and Winter(Dec-Feb). The Himalaya monsoon falls between June to August.
Given its diverse geography climate may very from hot to cold depending on which part of the country and season. The temperature in Terai in the south may exceed 35°C while in winter ranges from 7-23°C the climate in mountainous reason in the summer 20-25°C where as in winter it can go down below 0°. Valleys like Kathmandu and Pokhara have ideal pleasant climate which temperature ranging between 5-15°C in winter and 20-35°C during summer.
The average rainfall in Nepal is 1600 mm though it rains lot in valleys like Pokhara and less as we go higher up the mountains .
NATIONAL PARK AND CONSERVATION AREA
A National park is a section of land that has been acquired by the government as a means of preservation for both land and the animals that ate indigenous to the area the park encompasses.National parks are the large natural protected land .Till date, there are 10 National parks in Nepal and they are :
1) Chitwan National park
2) Sagarmatha National park
3) Langtang National park
4 )Rara National park
5) Bardiya National park
6) Shey phoksundo National park
7) Khaptad National park
8) Makalu Barun National park
9) Shivapuri Nagarjun National park
10) Banke National park
RIVER LAKE AND WATERFALL
Nepal is a second reaches country in the world for water. We have more than 6000 Rivers & waterfall.
- Mahakali river
Saptakoshi is one of the bigGest river in Nepal & Karnali is longest river.
- Glacier Lakes of Himalaya Region
- Tectonic Lakes in hilly Region
- Ot- Bow Lakes of the terai region
We have much more Lakes :
- Rara lake is the biggest lake in Nepal. (11 sq. km)
- Shephoksundo the deepest lake in Nepal. (650 m)
- Kajin Sara Lake is the highest lake in world. (5020 m)
- Chhorolpa lake
Nepal is a Mountain and Hilly country so that we have beautifull waterfalls:
- Highest waterfall Suligad of Dolpa-167 meters
- Longest waterfall Hyatung of Terathum-365 meters
- Beautiful Rupse Chhahara at Magdi.
ECONOMIC OF NEPAL
Informal economy in Nepal. In Nepal, more than 70 % of the economically active population is involved in the informal economy. Due to changing patterns of employment, the informal economy is rapidly expanding. … Consequently, workers are subject to exploitation and deprived of many fundamental rights at work.
Nepali architecture or Nepalese architecture is a unique strain of art and practicality. Situated in between the trade routes of India and Tibet and China, Nepali architecture reflects influences from both these cultural strongholds. The pagoda architectural tradition figures prominently among Hindu temples in the country. The pagoda architectural tradition as well, along with the Tibetan tradition of Buddhist architecture and the stupa in contrast is widely used among Buddhist temples throughout the country.
Political condition of Nepal
Nepal is a democratic republic country. It used to be a monarchical country in the past. At present the political system consists of the president, prime minister and other political parties. There is a very unstable government system in Nepal. Time and again the government is changed due to the conflicts of motives between the various political parties. The local people are the main suffers of the political instability. The economic status of the country is degrading day by day due to the corruption existing in the politics. Had the leaders been able to work sincerely they could have been able to take the country towards the path of development.
People and Religion
Nepalese people are mainly divided into two distinct groups, the Indo-Aryans and the Mongoloids (the Kirats). Before 2007 AD, Nepal was regarded as the only Hindu Kingdom in the world. But after that, the Government of Nepal has already announced the country to be a secular country. The Hindu Temples and Buddhist Shrines are scattered all over the Kingdom. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Herald of Peace, the Light of Asia. Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and Christians live together in harmony. And other nature worshippers, too, exist here.
Currency and Foreign exchange
Nepali Rupee notes come in Rs. 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000 denominations. Coins come in Rs. 1, 2 , 5 and 10 denominations.
Foreign currencies must be exchanged only through banks or authorized money exchangers. The receipts of such transaction are to be obtained and retained. Visitors can exchange foreign currency at the foreign exchange counter at the airport upon arrival. Visitors other than the Indian nationals have to make the payment in foreign currency (non-Indian currency) in hotel, trekking agencies or travel agencies and for air tickets.