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Let’s Go To Nepal! By Jack Lundin Let’s Go To Nepal! By Jack Lundin

Presentation Outline Why We Should Go to Nepal How We Should Go to Nepal Presentation Outline Why We Should Go to Nepal How We Should Go to Nepal Conclusion

Nepal has Beautiful Mountains and Green Flatlands There are low, flat areas in the Nepal has Beautiful Mountains and Green Flatlands There are low, flat areas in the south (Tarāi) The highest mountains in the world are in Nepal. (Great, Middle, and Outer Himalayan regions)

Lots of People go to Nepal to Climb Mountains Nepal has 8 of 10 Lots of People go to Nepal to Climb Mountains Nepal has 8 of 10 largest mountains in the world Mt. Everest is in Nepal – the highest mountain the world (8848 m, 29, 028 ft)

A Climate for Everyone If you like it hot… Go to Southern Nepal: a A Climate for Everyone If you like it hot… Go to Southern Nepal: a tropical monsoon climate If you like it cold… Go to Northern Nepal: high elevations with lots of snow

The People of Nepal are Welcoming People Nationality: Nepalese Language: Nepali (official) Religion: Hindu The People of Nepal are Welcoming People Nationality: Nepalese Language: Nepali (official) Religion: Hindu (90%) Literacy: 27. 5%

You Can Buy A Lot with Your Dollar Economy Currency: rupee US$1 = 68. You Can Buy A Lot with Your Dollar Economy Currency: rupee US$1 = 68. 34 rupee GDP: $31. 1 billion Per capita: $1, 370 Agriculturally driven economy

There Won’t be a Revolution When You Visit Government Constitutional Monarchy King is chief There Won’t be a Revolution When You Visit Government Constitutional Monarchy King is chief of state Bicameral legislature House of Rep. 205 members selected by voters National Council 60 members Selected by king, Ho. R, voters

Nepal Has an Interesting History Their recorded history began 700800 B. C. Many dynasties Nepal Has an Interesting History Their recorded history began 700800 B. C. Many dynasties produced vast amounts of cultural artifacts Buddhist monasteries Ancient art, architecture

Interesting Wildlife Tigers Leopards Deer Elephants Rhinoceros Sloth Bear Jaur (A large species of Interesting Wildlife Tigers Leopards Deer Elephants Rhinoceros Sloth Bear Jaur (A large species of Ox) Ganges River Dolphin

How We Should Go to Nepal Location Nepal is located in South Asia Bordered How We Should Go to Nepal Location Nepal is located in South Asia Bordered by Tibetan China and India Encompassed by Himalayan Mountains

How We Should Go to Nepal Time Difference Nepal is fourteen and a half How We Should Go to Nepal Time Difference Nepal is fourteen and a half hours ahead of Arizona You cross the International Dateline when you go to Nepal Getting There Leave Phoenix: July 10, 10: 26 am Arrive Katmandu: July 12, 12: 35 pm Total Round-Trip Airfare: US$3170. 40

Our Trip Itinerary Date Staying In July 13 Kathmandu July 14 Janakpur July 15 Our Trip Itinerary Date Staying In July 13 Kathmandu July 14 Janakpur July 15 Janakpur July 16 Kathmandu Sightseeing In Patan (temples, architecture) Royal Chitwan Nat’l Park (wildlife) Lumbini (birthplace of Buddha) Swayambhunath Temple (Buddhist)

How We Get Around Taxis Bicycles Airplanes How We Get Around Taxis Bicycles Airplanes

Conclusion Nepal is a beautiful country with much to offer both culturally, historically, and Conclusion Nepal is a beautiful country with much to offer both culturally, historically, and geographically. The proposed trip will be a valuable experience for students, teachers, and parents.

Sources Images Slides 1, 9, 11 -12, 14 Lonely Planet Online (last accessed July Sources Images Slides 1, 9, 11 -12, 14 Lonely Planet Online (last accessed July 20, 1999) (http: //www. lonelyplanet. com/dest/ind/nep. htm) © Tony Wheeler Slides 1, 15, 20 Lonely Planet Online (last accessed July 20, 1999) (http: //www. lonelyplanet. com/dest/ind/nep. htm) © SA (full name unavailable)

Sources Images Microsoft Encarta 99 Entry: Nepal © 1993 -1998, Microsoft Corporation Sources Images Microsoft Encarta 99 Entry: Nepal © 1993 -1998, Microsoft Corporation

Sources Images All other clip art from: Microsoft Power. Point 2000 © 1999 Microsoft Sources Images All other clip art from: Microsoft Power. Point 2000 © 1999 Microsoft Corp. All charts created by Shaun Creighton using Microsoft Power. Point 2000 © 1999 Shaun Creighton

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