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Bustling Kathmandu, mountain waterfalls, rivers and lakes - absolutely beautiful

Nepal is probably best known for its eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world, including the most famous and tallest of them all, Mount Everest. However, there is much more to this country, as the capital Kathmandu, and other places of interest are located in low-lying valleys and there is much to explore including Lumbini, birthplace of Buddha, and the cities of Pokhara and Lalitpur.

Explore the bustling city of Kathmandu before you are drawn to the tranquillity of parkland, mountain waterfalls, rivers and lakes.


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