Nepal, located between two-giant nations—India and China is a diverse country in terms of language, culture, religion, ethnicity, and geography to name a few. The latest Census shows that the population in Nepal makes up of 102 castes/ethnic groups, 10 different regions, and 92-mother tongue speakers live in Nepal making the country, a country of unity in diversity. Nepal is a tiny but amazing country since it homes to the 8-highest mountains above 8,000 m. (out of 14 in the world) and over 1300 mountains above 6,000 m. out of these mountains, the government has opened as many as 400 mountains for climbing purposes including the mountains above 8,000 m. Besides high Himalayas or mountains, Nepal is a paradise for unique landscapes, artistic monuments, white-water sports, and exotic wildlife. These all make up Nepal, one of the best destinations in the world.

In another word, Nepal is known no more for trekking but also has many more to offer from magnificent greeneries of the steamy jungles of the plains to the highest point on earth, the white Himalayas including Mt. Everest 8,848 m (the highest peaks in the world) towering above the populated valleys, the forested plains where the lordly tiger and trundling rhinoceros live, the terraced farmlands meticulously carved liked stairways out of hiss ridges, the cascading mountains rivulets from high hills to the plains, the forests with full of wildlife, flowers, and birds, these all have made Nepal a paradise to the visitors. Recognition of trekking in Nepal has portrayed Nepal as the melting pot of the diverse culture, religion, language, and ethnicity, the roof of the World, natural amphitheater, the land of mysticism and exoticism, the country of non-stop festivals—these features are explicit and self-explanatory about how Nepal is. Thus, the trekking and expedition in Nepal are perhaps incomparable to the World.