Nepal Travel Guide
The majority of the population live in the widely cultivated land strip between the Mahabharat Range and the Himalayas. Nepal has over 6500 species of trees, shrubs and wildflower and during the spring it becomes a virtual paint-pallet of multicoloured blooms. Along with 800 species of bird Nepal is home to royal Bengal tigers, snow leopards, elephants, monkeys, jackals and bears. However loss of natural habitat and poaching means that most of these magnificent beast are now living in national parks some distance away from populated areas. Like most of Asia, Nepal has two distinct monsoons October to May being dry and June to September wet, when the monsoon affects the entire country. The hottest time is between May and June.
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