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Until the 1950s this narrow strip of land was an impenetrable jungle, infested with malaria. It’s only inhabitants, the Tharus, were somehow immune as was the wildlife that inhabited these dense forests. Even today 450 species of birds and over 50 species of animals have been sighted here. You can either raft down the Himalayan Rivers, or take a short thirty minutes flight or a five hour drive to this adventure land, staying in jungle lodges or camp. Jungle safaris on elephant back, nature walks and canoe trips enable you to watch animals in their natural environs. Lumbini Lumbini, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam, the Shakya prince and the ultimate Buddha, the enlightened one, is the pilgrimage destination of the world’s millions of people faithful to all schools of Buddhism. This nativity site, identified by Indian Emperor Ashoka’s commemorative pillar is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Besides its religious and historical significance, Lumbini also offers cultural insights into the village life of southern Nepal. Nepal Airlines and other airlines fly regularly to Bhairahawa, near Lumbini, and bus services are available from Pokhara and Kathmandu. Accommodation : There are several good hotels and lodges in Lumbini.

Muktinath and Jomsom
The famous temple of Lord Muktinath lies in the district of Mustang and is situated about 18 km northeast of Jomsom at an altitude of about 3,749m. The main shrine is a pagoda shaped temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Set into the wall around it are 108 water spouts from which pour holy water. The temple is situated on a high mountain range and is visited during fair weather. It is believed that all miseries/ sorrows are relieved once you visit this temple. Jomsom is the gateway of Muktinath. Jomsom is a major center in the Annapurna region. There is a good accommodation facility in Jomsom from where one can enjoy remarkable natural beauty.

Situated at an altitude of 1,343m, Tansen is the most popular summer resort in western Nepal on account of its position and climate. It has the most extensive views of the country’s chief attraction, the Himalayas from Dhaulagiri in the west to Gaurishankar in the northeast. It takes just seven hours by bus from Pokhara to reach Tansen.

Sirubari is one of the most attractive villages in Nepal. The village is neat and clean, very colorful and warm. The people are friendly, well educated and are enthusiastic about tourism. It is a compact farming community village and short drive from Pokhara, followed by the comfortable walk. In May 2001 this village in conjunction with the Nepal Tourism Board was awarded the PATA Gold award in recognitions of its efforts to preserve the culture and heritage of Nepalese total life.
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