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Kid Friendly Attractions in Nepal :: By Alina Jersey

Avia club Nepal the adventureNepal is ranked 93 largest country according to the land mass and 41 most populous country according to the population in Nepal. The capital of Nepal is Kathmandu. It is located nearby to the Himalayas and countries bordering Nepal are north of Republic of China and South, East, West of Republic of India. Nepal has these beautiful locations and many paragliding centers which give you the most amazing experience in viewing the scenic beauties of that particular place.
1) Phewa lake:
a) Phewa lake is also called by two other names in Nepal and they are Phewa Tal or Fewa Lake and this fresh water lake is located in the south Pokhara valley and this valley includes Pokhara city.
b) Pokhara city is the second largest city after Kathmandu. This is a semi-natural fresh water lake which get water from the dam reserve and water sports is also the main tourist attraction here in Pokhara city.
c) The water capacity of the lake is 43,000,000 cubic meters which is considered to be the maxim capacity of the lake. The water from Phewa Lake is also used to generate electricity.
d) According to Nepal this is the second largest lake followed by Begnas Lake which is also located in the Pokhara city.
2) International mountain museum:
a) More than 70,000 tourists from every part of the world visit this International mountain museum (IMM) every year. The museum exhibits, develops and maintains records of the mountains across the world and record of the people who have climbed these mountains whether in the past or present.
b) The museum consists of three exhibition halls and they are Hall of great Himalayas, Hall of Fame and finally Hall of world mountains. The consists about the information regarding the mountain heights, flora and fauna, culture and traditional values of Nepalese people.

3) Avia club Nepal:
a) The Avia club in Nepal was founded in the year 1996 and mainly used for air sports activities in Nepal. lt is regarded to have flying experience more than any other flying club in Nepal.
b) The club offers you paragliding and ultra-light facilities in flying over the Pokhara city to view its beautiful nature and scenic beauties and they also fly you over the Himalayas snowy peaks to give you the most amazing experience of flying.
c) If you are a Skydiver they take you to height of 12000 meters in plane so that you do parachute jumping and while experiencing these things the club also offers to video and photo shoot your experiences on their cam or you can also use your own equipment.
d) lf you also want to become an air pilot than the club also offers you training in its Flex wing ultra-light.
4) Chitwan national park:
a) The chitwan national park was First Park to be built in Nepal and was founded in the year 1973. Approximately 10 years later the park was given the world heritage status.
b) This national park is located in the Inner Terai Lowland of south central Nepal in the Chitwan district. It has two parks which are in the opposite directions of the park. One is Parsa Wildlife Park and other is the Indian Tiger Reserve
c) The park has some beautiful plants and animals it is home to many of the Asiatic rhinoceros and Bengal tigers.
5) Lumbini:
a) Lumbini is a Buddhist pilgrimage place as the queen Maya Devi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama. It is located Rupandehi district of Nepal.
b) lt is said that Gautama Siddhartha lived here until the age of 29.So people here majorly practice Buddhism as it was founded by Gautama Siddhart.
c) Also here is a holy pond where queen Maya Devi took a ritual sip before giving birth to Siddhart and in this same pond Gautam siddhart was given his first bath.
ln order to see these attractions of Nepal you need to have tourist visa of Nepal and explore your vacation with your family.
Author bio:
:: Alina from UK, travel enthusiast who loves to share her travel stories on different blogs. Presently she working on behalf of Bahrain Visa which provides a visa assistance to visit Bahrain.

Published Date: Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 | 12:11 PM

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