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The Gurkhas, played a significant role in 1768 when they unified Nepal to provide an environment that had varied landscapes. To the south, there is a region of swampy jungles while elsewhere in this country dominates impressive massifs with traditional valleys and Himalayan gorges including famous peaks over 8000 meters such as Mountain. This regional variation forms part of the reason why Nepal is known to be one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Nepal is a diverse religious and ethnic composition in harmony. With geographical differences, the magnetism of the country is due to its cultural relation in tradition values and ethnics coupled with historical background. Not only for the fascinating natural beauties but Nepal welcomes trekkers to revel in its subtle cultural, traditional and ethnical framework included by those strong individuals who lived through a nation.

Nepales identity is connected to a individual emotional formula that makes people being intertwined with history and nature. The mobilization of the people by the gurkhas was far more extensive than mere political integration; they blended together collective desires and dreams that were bound with similar cultures, traditions and ancient values. Nepal is a country that personifies natural beauty, which comes from the respect and affection its population holds for nature.

The heart of Nepal is beyond the beauty of mountains and valleys; even more important are that contentment and joy derived from traveling through this country. The connect with nature is what the Nepalese people celebrate while earning satisfaction from being able to share their homeland in a sense of togetherness. In essence, Nepal is not only about geographical wonder but also of people united by culture and an intense love for their country and also for their guest.