The very first place you should not miss during your trip to Nepal is the Swayambhu or “Monkey Temple”, which was built in 5th century on the high hill, giving astonishing 360 degree views of the Kathmandu valley. A 365 steps stairway leads up to the legendary site truly flooded with monkeys, and they might very curious about things you have got in your bags and hands. The next must see place is Boudhanath, located on another side of the Kathmandu. This is one of the oldest and largest stupas in the world and is one of the most holiest places in Nepal, attracting thousands of pilgrims to visit it every day. Nearby is located a place number 3 in the list – Pashupatinath, a huge complex housing the world’s most important holy temple of Hindu god Shiva, where foreigners are not allowed to enter, as well as the site of cremation for Nepalese people. Here you can witness the whole ceremony from another side of the holy Bagmati river and meet the sadhus, Hindu ascetics who left behind all material and social aspects of the normal daily life. Kathmandu Durbar square is also a must visit place. It is a stunning city complex of temples and palaces which is easily accessible by foot. Take a stroll around the square and find the Kali statue. Many people say they can sense something magical here, especially at night time.. Take a ride to the Nagarkot viewpoint which is in about 20 kilometers from Kathmandu city. Here you will find mind blowing panoramic view of Himalays, adorable sunrise over the mountains, and an opportunity to see Mount Everest. Visit the Pottery square in Bhaktapur, an ancient city giving you a chance to see how Nepali people used to live centuries ago. The whole town is like an open air museum, with temples and handcrafts stores almost at every corner. Come to chill at Phewa Lake, the second largest in Nepal, offering amazing scenic views of the hills and Himalaya Mountains. Take a relaxing boat or even a hot air balloon ride spending all your time taking photos of the beautiful landscape, enjoying the peace and quiet. Take a look at the Davis falls, the most dangerous waterfall in Pokhara, which took not one life during its existence, but still is one of the most stunning sites in Nepal. If you want some exciting adventures then keep exploring Pokhara and make a visit to the myserious Gupteshwor Mahadev cave, where you could see and hear a strong stream of the underground river running from the Davis waterfall. Sounds interesting? Then have a walk inside the bat cave filled with hundreds of those sleeping beauties. Scary, dark and very real! And the last but not least place in the list, which is a real hidden gem. Dhampus hill. At the top you may be speechless, as you will become a witness of the astonishing beauty of Nepal and Himalayas while walking through the traditional Gurung village which you will discover there. If you wanna get more information about each of these places, tips and recommendations, or explore a travel guide about Nepal, then check out other videos I have made. Hopefully they will make your trip much easier and more interesting. Don’t forget to hit the “like” button and subscribe to the channel to stay tuned, and I’ll see you in the next video!