The Rough Guide to NepalBook - 2015
The Rough Guide to Nepal is the most passionate and knowledgeable guide to this inspiring country. Discover Nepal's highlights with stunning photography, itineraries and colour-coded maps, plus detailed, up-to-date descriptions of the country's best restaurants, lodges, shops and hotels, for all budgets. There's solid practical advice on what to see and do, from rooftop bars in Kathmandu to meditation retreats in Boudha, and from riverside adventure resorts on the Bhote Koshi to tiger-spotting safaris in Chitwan and Bardia national parks. All the finest Himalayan treks are covered in detail, from the Annapurna Sanctuary and Everest Base Camp treks to the less-trodden trails of the Upper Mustang. Dedicated chapters are devoted to mountain biking and whitewater rafting, and there is unrivalled detail on Buddhism, Hinduism and the many ethnic groups that make Nepal a unique destination.
Dorling Kindersley Pub
The Rough Guide to Nepal is the most passionate and knowledgeable guidebook to this inspiring country. It offers an insider's guide to Kathmandu, from its Tantric temples to its lively bar scene. It details all the finest Himalayan treks, with practical, up-to-date and expert advice on when and where to go, and what to take. It covers all the National Parks, offering advice and information on everything from tracking wildlife to hiring elephants.
Dedicated chapters are devoted to mountain biking, white water rafting, and other adventure sports, and there is unrivaled detail on Buddhism, Hinduism, and the many ethnic groups that make Nepal a unique destination. For ex-pats and visitors alike, the advice on health and cultural etiquette is second to none.
The Rough Guide to Nepal also contains scores of detailed maps that have been checked by hand on the ground, covering everything from Pokhara and the Chitwan National Park to the Everest Base Camp trek. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Nepal.
Ingram Publishing Services
In 2013, just under 800,000 tourists visited Nepal (http://www.travelbiznews.com/),Unlike other travel guides, The Rough Guides to Nepal includes all the travelling information you need all in one place,Includes a new authors' picks selection with favourite off-the-beaten-track experiences, from Bardia National Park - the best place in Nepal to spot tigers, and with a fraction of the visitors of Chitwan - to the little-visited Terai city of Janakpur,Covers exciting new sights and activities, from the new Music Museum of Nepal in Kathmandu, to bungee-jumping and ziplining in Pokhara,Now in full-colour with inspirational photography, improved mapping, clearer chapter labelling and suggested itineraries,Rough Guides is the No. 3 travel publisher in 2014, worth over £3 million YTD (Nielsen Bookscan, 2014)