Photography in Nepal

Posted On: Nov 02, 2017


Unlike its neighboring countries, Nepal occupies only a small land area of 141,181 square kilometer which in terms of land mass is not very much. Hence, we are not oblivious of the fact that Nepal is a tiny nation which is landlocked between India and China from all the directions. However, Nepal has still managed to become one of the world’s most top travel destinations for decades due to its rich natural and cultural ecosystem. Anyone who will ever visit Nepal is bound to get more than they had initially wished for while traveling in Nepal.

Both geographically and historically, travelers have always loved Nepal as their favorite travel destination. So much so that, famed travel magazines and websites have ranked Nepal as one of the best budget travel destinations for adventure enthusiasts around the world with jaw dropping places. However, photography is also something that normal travelers enjoy doing nowadays. After all, who doesn’t want to take a photo of them standing at the base camp of the world’s highest mountain – Mt. Everest (8,848m) and share them on their social media accounts for their friends and families to see and droll upon.

Over the years, the entire notion of traveling has changed drastically. With ever more advancement made in the field of technology, our cameras are getting way better at clicking awesome pictures without the need of hiring any professional photographers. Furthermore, these so-called smartphones of our which include Apple and Samsung have integrated great camera features for their users like us to click and share photos instantaneously. What’s more is that even the normal waged people can own these smartphones which can take beautiful photos for them. Therefore, photography has really become a huge part of our lives including our holidays and travel vacations.

With that thing in our mind, we can easily claim that Nepal truly stands out in terms of diversity. Photographers who love taking different shots of different exotic locations, people and landscapes can simply come to Nepal. After all, there’s a lot of things for photographers to take photos of in Nepal. Hence, Photography in Nepal has become a major source of attraction for foreign tourists who wish to travel in some of the most beautiful and breathtaking places while making sure that they click awe-inspiring photos of their time in Nepal.

You can just go on a trek to the two most popular trekking destinations: Everest Base Camp & Annapurna Base Camp. But if that’s not enough for you, then why not go on some of the ‘off the beaten path treks’ in Nepal and explore places like Upper Mustang, Dolpa region, Manaslu Circuit and Kanchenjunga region. Furthermore, if you are into taking photographs of lakes rather than the mountains then you can visit Phewa Lake, Tilicho Lake, Gosaikunda Lake, Rara Lake and Shey Phoksundo Lake. Besides that, you can even head south for a jungle safari tour to observe and click some photos of wild animals and birds in their natural habitat.

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