Nepal: Kingdom Of Himalayas
Nepal a land of bio-diversity with home to Mt. Everest, 8848 meters. Nepal is a beautiful country with history on its core that it was as though it rode upon a transformation as majestic and soulful as the famous Nepalese religion Hindu itself. The country is brimming with rich landscape and fiery wildlife that even the most experienced travelers and filmmakers in Nepal say they never saw anything like what Nepal could offer. There is a lot to say about Nepal than what can be said by anyone who would dare to describe it. It’s hard to put into words what Nepal has been for so long simply showcasing in broad daylight. Nepal and its wonders are not hidden, and yet the irony is that we cannot simply explain what we’ve seen in the country.
There’s more to Nepal than the regular Himalayas and Abominable Snowmen (Yeti) stories we read all day. If we must be traveling for filming this spring, then it is better that we be traveling in Nepal at the nearest most electricity-hungry city we can think of. Forget all your social media and consider indulging yourself in the world that is only possible to be seen in the insides of Nepal. Come explore the hidden wonders of Nepal and understand why the Himalayas are the holy gods and goddesses of the Nepalese; why we should not touch the heads of Nepalese people and why the country is considered an open studio.
Filming in Nepal
Nepal owns the most divine and staggering natural magnificence. The distinctive life in Nepal makes it difficult to portray its sensation in words. Nepal offers Royal; Victorian-like dignified experiences as well as the experience of living in glistering, tiny huts made of mud, or straw. Cuisines here can vary drastically according to the locations and your choices; mouth watering international cuisines prepared by world-class chefs?, or minimalistic flavorful traditional food?
Nepal undoubtedly has become one of the most embossed choices for filming, as filmmakers around the globe are slowly recognizing Nepal’s diverse aesthetics.
Astonishingly, Nepal holds extreme geographical landscapes that filmmakers see as treasures they have yet to dive into. From highlands to expanses, from he deepest crevasses to literally the top of the world-Mount Everest, Nepal engulfs all kinds of nature’s creations.