Illam Tour : Tea Garden
Illam Tour, We are going to celebrate the year 2020 as Nepal Tourism Year 2020 in our country. With this in mind, the Ministry of Tourism and the Department of Tourism have launched several schemes to make the program a success. But we, the Nepali people, also have a duty to help as much as we can. In the same episode, today we are going to tell you all about a place in Nepal that Nepalis may not hear about. However, we offer you a tea plantation, a very beautiful city which is also called the splendor of Eastern Nepal called Ilam.
When the name of a place called Ilam comes to our mind, one thing comes to mind that it is beautiful and the capital of tea. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. If you ever imagine that you are wandering in a tea garden, looking at the beauty of nature, relaxing in the mountains, you can find it in Ilam. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, famous for its tea, Ilam is a small town located on a hill, with its gurgling river, dense forest and religious sites.
Ilam is considered to be very rich from the point of view of trade and agriculture and besides tea, Ilam is also famous for its food items like potato, sweetmeat, ginger, chilli, chilli, milk. Is settled. Apart from Esco, there are also Magar, Gurung, Rai and Gurung Sherpa communities. The geography of Ilam district is Pachthar in the north, Jhapa in the south, West Bengal (India) in the east and Morang and Dhankuta in the west. Ilam is also known as the Four Rivers. Because there are 4 rivers named Jogmati, Puwamai, Mai and Denai.
However, if someone says that there is no place worth visiting in our country, it will be considered completely wrong, because where do you find such a beautiful place like Ilam?