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5 Must-Visit Unexplored Places in Nepal

Unexplored Places in Nepal

Traveling in the Himalayas has always been a thrilling endeavor to take and when you choose to explore an anciently cultural location of Nepal, you are bound to encounter a few surprises on your way to make you wonder why it is not counted among the most beautiful destinations in the world! So, while most of the travelers visit Nepal for exploring Mount Everest and Himalayan glory, it is significantly important to see those gems that have been hidden in this quaint delicacy for too long. Here is a complete list of 5 must visit places in Nepal that you have less heard for but are absolutely and splendidly worth a visit!

1. Tilicho Lake

Tilicho Lake Nepal

Photo by Nasib, CC0 1.0

Situated 4,919 m above at the sea level, Tilicho Lake is best for scuba diving and catching the mind-blowing view of Annapurna Range. It is in Manang district of the country and if you are looking for endeavoring into scuba diving, this lake is the ideal choice. Otherwise, if you are looking to soak in the beauty of magnificent Himalayan range sitting by a glittery lake, Tilicho Lake is the way to go for in this case as well! Thus, being an unexplored one by many, this lake is away from crowds most of the time, so you can just sit in tranquility and peace while pondering over the mountain beauty of Nepal!

2. Gokyo Valley

Tilicho Lake Nepal
Photo by Sebastian Werner, CC BY 2.0

Located to the west of Khumbu area, Gokyo Valley is another stunning location to pamper you with its exhilarating glamour! It lies amidst the immaculate turquoise lakes and there are people living here in this valley where you can explore the Nepalese culture. Just imagine how would it feel like to stay in a place surrounded by fresh water lakes and a scenic Himalayan splendor, feels amazing, right? Further, if you want to see how this Gokyo Valley looks from above, you can get a better view by drones in order to appreciate the gorgeousness of this place!

3. Jiri

Jiri comes within the trekking route to Everest so most of the explorers just go by this region without giving a thought to discover its exquisiteness. It is situated 1,905 m high from the sea level and is covered all around by mountains and if you are not looking to reach Everest and just want to explore Nepal, then Jiri is a good choice. It has an aura of nativity to it and you can merely visit the tribes living here or go for short trekking journeys to experience the breathtaking valleys of this place.

4. Rara National Park

Founded in 1976, Rara National Park is an abode to around 200+ bird species, 49 wetland species and more than 50+ mammal species along with aquatic range as well. Rara Lake is the best thing about this place as it is known as the largest lake of Nepal. Here, you can explore the wilderness and natural wildlife of Nepal in an amazingly blended way!

5. Panch Pokhari

Being a chiefly holy place for Hindus, Panch Pokhari stands for the group of five divine ponds or lakes. It is located in the northeast of Kathmandu and is a pilgrimage location for Hindus. Further, you can admire the striking biological diversity of Nepal from here plus the exquisite aura of the Himalayas surrounding this holy place.

Thus, these above-mentioned are a must for exploring the cultural and scenic beauty of Nepal and capturing the most of it through these regions will actually make you see this country in a different light altogether! So, the next time you are planning to travel to Kathmandu for a few days, just add these attractions to your bucket list and you will witness the magic unfold here in Nepal! Happy Journey!

Author’s Bio
Emily is an enthusiastic writer at and loves to explore and travel to new places and destinations in a hope to capture something new every day and jotting down her experiences for fellow travel buffs.



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