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For travellers to India, Nepal is like the Switzerland of Asia. The Himalayan country is abundant in eternal snow, forests and rivers, not to mention that on its doorstep is Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, one of seven summits that fall within Nepal of the total of fourteen worldwide that exceed 8000 metres in height. For that reason it attracts scores of trekking and climbing fans, as well as those who come to take inspiration from the awe-inspiring landscapes. People also travel to Nepal to experience its architecture and mysticism, given that Siddhartha – the future Buddha – was born here. As if that wasn't enough, on a trip to Nepal you can visit the Terai jungle, refuge of the last populations of rhinoceroses and tigers in this part of the Indian subcontinent. Although shaken by the losses caused by recent earthquakes, Nepal still has a great amount to offer.