Nepal, the land of high mountains and a spirituality that few countries, if any, can surpass. The royal cities in the Valley of the Kings, Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, a border is not visible for visitor, but for the Nepalese all have their peculiarities. A sunrise over the valley in Nagarkot is actually a must and is breath-taking. The mountains of the Himalayas should also be visited. A good starting point for this is certainly Pokhara with a view of mighty eight-thousanders. One mountain sticks out in my memory, the "mererly" 6997m high Machapuchare (माछापुच्छ्रे हिमाल). The "fish-tail mountain" has a double peak and, according to Wikipedia, has never been climbed. It is considered sacred to the locals and climbing is prohibited. If a little flatter terrain and warmer temperatures are preferred, the Chitwan National Park should be visited. There is a good chance of seeing the very rare Indian rhinoceros.