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The north western region is known for its impressive geographical features, with mountains rising up dramatically to great heights, such as the Annapurna, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri ranges which all have peaks over 8,000 meters in height. Here you can find roaring gorges, precariously perched villages and terraced fields reaching to improbable heights, and some of the most graceful and accessible peaks of the Himalayas for a backdrop. The city of Pokhara is Nepal’s major hub for trekking. The Annapurna range stretches from here to the north. Other places definitely worth a visit are the historic fortress of Gorkha, the pilgrimage site of Manakamana and the lofty old bazaar of Bandipur.
This southwestern area is covered with dense riverine forest, swampy grasslands and vast, tall stands of sal, the most common tree in this area. It is one of the least developed parts of Nepal and few travelers pass through this area. Nevertheless the Barda National Park becomes more and more popular. Some say that it was Chitwan 30 years ago, before being overrun by tourists.
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