Hello. How are you? I hope this email finds you healthy and happy. By God’s grace I am also well.
This year I was thinking that maybe we could visit Nepal for our annual international visit. Nepal is a land of discovery and a one-of-a-kind experience, with rich old civilizations juxtaposed against the world’s most stunning nature. Unparalleled in its diversity, Nepal’s choice of activities, from sweltering in the Terai and jungle to the icy summits of the highest mountains in the world, is unmatched.
Nepal is well-known for its magnificent scenery and its mountaineering, rafting, and trekking. Elephant Polo and a microlight flight through the Himalayas, two very different activities, demonstrate how there are no limits in Nepal; your creativity is the only constraint.
Nepal is one of the few places on earth where you may see the Asiatic rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal Tiger, and it has 15 national and wildlife parks, two of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There is no doubt that a significant portion of what makes Nepal unique is the customs and renown hospitality of its numerous diverse ethnicities.
Let’s go sample the hearty, distinctive flavours of Nepalese food, which is made with passion and a depth of flavour, or participate in the fun at one of the many festivals held all year long. There is no other country in the world that can give as many celebrations as Nepal because there are more festivals there than there are days in a year. One of the mainstays of the Nepalese economy is tourism.
Nepal is a beautiful country and I am excited to explore it with you. Tell me what you think.