As beautiful as Heaven, the country Nepal has been admired by those who know its existence. The famous hollywood celebrities have been here with and without the coverage of media.
Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio, the magnificent and brilliant actor, who won his Oscars in 2016 for The Revenant visited Nepal in 2010. The Titanic star paid a 3 day visit to Royal Bardiya National Park for his efforts on saving tigers through WWF. As his thoughts, his views towards Nepal is also beautiful.
Orlando Jonathan Blanchard Bloom best known for his movie The Lord of the Rings and The Pirates of Caribbean visited the places of Chitwan and Kaski of Nepal in 2008 for UNICEF. Bloom apparently took to certain Nepalese customs swimmingly and heartily.
Keanu Charles Reeves, The Matrix actor, who just starred in John Wick 2 was in Nepal in 1992 for his movie ‘Little Buddha’. During his visit to Nepal, as he describes, his experience in the country was magnetic to him and more enlightening.
Cameroon Diaz & Eva Mendes
Cameroon Michelle Diaz best known for Charlie’s Angels visited Nepal in 2009 for the MTV. She stated that the cow-dung slathered walls of a Nepalese village hut were “beautiful” and “inspiring,” and she called the primitive practice of “pounding mud” with sticks to construct a building foundation “the coolest thing.”
Eva de la Caridad Mendes, the actress in Ghost Rider, who accompanied Cameroon Diaz was inspired by the natural beauty of her surroundings.
Jeremy John Irons, the Academy award winner, who enjoys traveling and trekking visited Nepal in 2001 with his family. And later he attended the fund raising in London for the people of Nepal for better healthcare and education.
Steven Frederic Seagal, the Machete actor, was in Nepal during his Tibet visit. He teamed up with Buddhist Leader Gyalwang Drukpa along with other celebrities to aid for the earthquake in Nepal.
Richard Tiffany Gere, the Hachiko superstar, has visited Nepal numerous times. The first was in 1978 after his first break in Hollywood.
Josh Brolin & Jake Gyllenhaal
Josh James Brolin, No Country For Old Men star, was in Nepal to shoot their movie Everest. And the experience he shared were amazing. Jake Gyllenhaal, Southpaw actor, accompanied Josh Brolin to shoot the movie Everest.