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Enjoy winter vacations in Shangri-La

Nepal- a tiny Himalayan country under the roof of Mt Everest-is also popular by the name of Shangri-La.

It is known as the paradise of the Earth. Nepal is well known for its living multi-ethnic museum for over 125 ethnic groups, representing both Mongoloid as well as Khas Arya races. It is a melting pot of Hinduism and Buddhism. Cultural festivals are held throughout the year.

It is also the famous place for being the birth land of Lord Buddha, who preached peace to the world. It is also the land of living Goddess-known as Kumari.

Nepal can also offer an astounding diversity of adventure sports, fascinating sight-seeings which are not found elsewhere.

Nepal has also been adjudged as one of the top 10 best places for tourist destinations by US-based Lonely Planet. In addition, the cost of living here and visiting this paradise is very low.

Besides, the local hospitality is incredible as Nepalese are always smiling, no matter how difficult their lives may be. Tourists as guests are treated as “Gods” here.

So, for this reason enough, your winter vacations can take benefit for your lifetime experience. During winter the foggy weather and low lands look very fascinating. If you are a college student, your holidays will be marvelous here.

You will be left with many choices as to whether to go for short hiking, trekking, city tour, mountain flight, all depending on your choice to make your trip to this paradise a meaningful one.

The airfare is also not much high here and you can choose to stay in any type of hotel which may cost from 10 dollars a day to 500 dollars a day.

If you can manage to set aside around 2000 to 3000 dollars besides airfares, you can have a wonderful holiday in Nepal.

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