Extreme, outrageous and even dramatic ups and downs or slope is the typical characteristics of Nepal. The rugged topography often seems both blessing and curse like two sides of a coin. Bordering with Tibet, autonomous region belongs to China in north and bordering with India to the east west and south. Divided into three different areas geographically, a low land to the south named terai, hilly area in the middle and mountains to the north. Majority of the people belongs to Hindu faith, still a significant percentage of Buddhist and few Muslims, Christians and shikhs. Here rises eight of the fourteen highest mountain of the world. The Himalayas, the youngest among the all mountain ranges is one of the major attractions to the tourist. They visit Himalayas either doing a trekking, take a mountain flight by plane or take a helicopter trip to their desired area. Nepal has ten different world heritage sights mainly cultural and two of them natural including different palace complex popular by the name durbar square, stupas a typical Buddhist temples, some old hindu temples and the sky touching Everest with Chitwan national parks which is very famous for great one horned rhinoceros. Trekking, mountaineering or expeditions, jungle safaris, sightseeing and white water rafting are the popular programs people doing in the country.