This geo-political situation has necessitated Nepalese people to maintain their livelihood by sheer repetitive hard work, diligence, dignity and self-respect for physical work. The British had recognized these unique traits of Nepalese (known as Gurkhas) and therefore had been using Gurkhas as their most trusted soldiers for over two hundred years.
Nepal is not just for adventure and nature lovers, it is a destination with many ancient preserve cities, towns and villages, enriched with woodcarvings and bronzes, millennium-old statues and towering pagoda temples. Nepal is perhaps the only country on earth that can offer a unique taste of pleasure for everyone. For adventure extremist, it is the home of eight of the highest peaks in the world, each over 8000 metres, including Mount Everest with a height of 8,848 meters.
The Nepalese people are well known for their bravery, loyalty, peace keeping and well disciplined etiquette and nature. Nepal is a country rich in cultural, historic and artistic heritage. The overwhelmingly beautiful scenery has attracted flocks of tourists from all over the world. So, never miss an opportunity to visit this beautiful Himalayan Kingdom of the world fondly described as the Switzerland of Asia.