1. Everest Base Camp

On opposite sides of the mountain, South Base Camp is located in Nepal at a height of 5,364 metres, while North Base Camp is in Tibet, China, at a height of 5,150 metres.

This oval-shaped plateau is surrounded by the Annapurna range of mountains, the majority of which are over 7000 metres high, and is situated at an altitude of around 4000 metres. 

Thorong La, also known as Thorung La, is a mountain pass located in the Damodar Himal, north of the Annapurna Himal, in central Nepal. It is 5,416 metres above sea level.  

Shey Phoksundo National Park. Phoksundo Lake has a surface area of 494 hectares, a volume of water of 409,000,000 m3, and a discharge rate of 3.715 m3/s. In 2004.

At a height of 4,700–5,000 metres above sea level, in Nepal's Sagarmatha National Park, lie the oligotrophic Gokyo Lakes. Gokyo Ri mountain inspired the naming of lakes and a resort.  

The water from Davis Fall flows through the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, which is situated in Pokhara-17, Chhorepatan, Kaski district. One of Pokhara's top tourist destinations is the Gupteshwor Mahadev cave.

On both sides of the Bagmati River, on the eastern suburbs of Kathmandu, sits Pashupatinath Temple, one of Nepal's most revered Hindu temples.  

Budhanilkantha Temple, a Hindu open-air temple honouring Lord Mahavishnu, is situated in Budhanilkantha, Nepal.  

A stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, called Bouddha is also referred to as Boudhanath, Khasti Chaitya, and Khsa Chaitya. One of the biggest spherical stupas in Nepal and the entire globe.

The first national park of Nepal is Chitwan National Park. It was founded in 1973, and in 1984 it received the designation of World Heritage Site.