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About Nepal

: Backed by the towering Himalaya where monasteries cling to snow-capped peaks, Nepal is a landscape like no other. It descends through turquoise lakes and fast-flowing rivers to dense jungle, home to tigers and rhinos. There are countless trails and multi-day treks on offer to the base of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, or tour the forests of Chitwan National Park atop lumbering elephants to spot rare wildlife. But Nepal is not just about the scenery. It is home to a rich culture, concentrated in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley, as well as festivals throughout the year celebrating the diverse religions which call Nepal home. A Nepal tour allows you to immerse yourself in the spiritual home of yoga and meditation, whilst participating in one of many adrenalin-pumping activities on offer. No matter your holiday style, Nepal has something to offer.

Nepal Tour Packages for 2019 - 2020

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Sun Koshi River White Water Rafting

After enjoying the Buddhist temples and stupas of Kathmandu, this trip will take you to a memorable white water rafting adventure for six days featuring class III and class IV rapids. 

itinerary: Kathmandu - Dolalghat - Khalte Chayenpur - Likhu Khola - Harkapur - Rasuwa Ghat - Jungle Corridor - Tribeni Dovan - Chatara - Kathmandu

Relax at the Luxury Resorts of Nepal

Venture to the heartland of Nepal as you stay in the most exclusive resorts. Discover the rich heritage of Kathmandu, and wake up to watch the sunrise at the sublime landscapes of Pokhara from your own balcony. 

itinerary: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kathmandu
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Holy Buddhist Pilgrims Express

A week-long tour to the holiest sites in Buddhism. Travel to Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar to visit where the Buddha was born, enlightened, gave his first sermon and passed away. 

itinerary: Delhi - Bodhgaya - Rajgir - Nalanda - Patna - Vaishali - Kushinagar - Lumbini - Sravasti - Varanasi - Delhi

Nepal Nature and Wildlife

This 10 days tour bring you a unique blend experience of wildlife adventure together with exploring the nature beauties of Nepal. Visit and fall in love with the lovely lakes of Pokhara and be awe on its stunning panoramic view of Himalayan peaks. Get maximum enjoyment touring the rich bio diversity of Chitwan National Park while riding on top of an elephant and explore the unique culture and traditions of the ethnic tribal people through cultural musical programs. For those who wish to experience the natural environment at its best, there is no better place to visit than Nepal.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Begnas Lake - Chitwan - Nagarkot - Kathmandu

Cultural and Wildlife Safari

This 6 days luxury Nepal trip is designed with wildlife safari tour in Chitwan National Park, sunrise view tour in Nagarkot and heritage sites tour in Kathmandu. Start with jungle activities in Chitwan National Park such as elephant back safari, bird watching, jeep safari and canoe ride. Followed by visiting Nagarkot via a sightseeing tour at medieval city Bhaktapur. Early morning sunrise view over Eastern Himalayas of Nepal is the most fascination and mesmerising view in Nagarkot. Finally sightseeing tour at three UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu: Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Hindu temple and Patan Durbar Square.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Chitwan - Nagarkot - Kathmandu

Essential Nepal

This 6 days short trip will give you a taste of natural and cultural experiences in Nepal. Enjoy lakeside leisure with magnificent view of sunrise and sunset over western Himalayas of Nepal in Pokhara. Then explore the capital city, Kathmandu, by visiting world renowned Buddhist stupas Bouddhanath, sacred Hindu temple Pashupatinath and enlisted UNESCO heritage site Patan Durbar Square.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kathmandu

Everest Base Camp Trekking

Everest Base Camp Trekking is the most popular trekking trial in the world consisting the spectacular view of four of the world’s six tallest peaks Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu and Cho Oyu. The foot trail follows the Dudh Koshi, crosses the rhododendron forest, meets the Mongolian faces, passes villages and closer looks at the highest Buddhist Monasteries. The trek further offers the sightseeing around Sagarmatha National Park, a world heritage site, home to a variety of Himalayan flora and fauna. We will reach maximum altitude 5380m. Trekkers with normal physical fitness can do this trek. Autumn (Sept to Nov) and spring (March to May) are the best seasons for this trek.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Lukla - Phakding - Namche - Tengboche - Dingboche - Lobuche - Gorak Shep - Kala Patthar - Pheriche - Khumjung - Kathmandu
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India Nepal Buddhist Pilgrims

Follow the steps of the Buddha at the Four Holy Pilgrimage sites in Buddhism: Bodhgaya, Lumbini, Kushinagar and Sarnath. Then revisit other chapters of his life in Rajgir, Vaishali, Kapilvastu, Sravasti and Nalanda. 

itinerary: Bodhgaya - Rajgir - Nalanda - Patna - Vaishali - Kushinagar - Kapilvastu - Lumbini - Shravasti - Varanasi - Bodhgaya

Highlights of Nepal

This 9 days highlights tour package comprising the four must visit places of Nepal: the cultural and heritage sites visit in Kathmandu, Himalayan adventure gateways and paradise city Pokhara, wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park and the short hike to Nagarkot and Sarangkot, view point for the sunrise and sunset view over Himalayas.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan - Nagarkot - Kathmandu

Himalayan Bird Watching

Nepal has a great geographical variation from Himalayas to plain Terai, resulting in very different climatic condition. It is the home for large variety of birds and mammals and some rarest species on earth. We begin our journey with Heritage sites tour in Kathmandu and then onwards to Birds watching tour in Godavari, Shivapuri National Park, Nagarjunga, Pokhara, Dhampus and Chitwan. These are home to some of the world’s most fascinating species of birds.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Phulchowki - Shivapuri Nagarjun - Pokhara - Begnas Lake - Dhampus - Chitwan - Pokhara

Helicopter Ride to Mount Everest

Everest helicopter tour is popular among the tourists who are willing to see the world highest peak Mt. Everest in short time without any physical effort. It is 3 and half hours amazing helicopter ride to Mt. Everest admiring the majestic peaks of Amadablam, Pumori, Cho Oyu and more. You will stop at Kala Pathar at the altitude of 5500 m, the most accessible point to view Mt. Everest, for about 5 to 10 minutes. Next stop will be at Everest View hotel at altitude around 4000 m. Enjoy the breakfast or a glass of champagne with spectacular views of Mt. Everest. You will have a sightseeing tour at UNESCO Heritage sites in Kathmandu city of art and architecture in the final day.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Mt Everest - Kathmandu

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Annapurna Base Camp trekking is one of popular trekking trails of Nepal with some world’s highest mountains view including Annapurna I 8091 m, 10th highest of the world. The untouched remote villages dominated by the diverse ethnic group, terrace farming, natural hot spring at Jinuwa and incredible forest region of the Annapurna are another beauty of this trek. You will reach maximum elevation of Annapurna Base Camp 4120 m and this trekking is considered as moderate trekking. Month from September to mid December, March to May and February will be the most favorable time to do trekking in Annapurna.

itinerary: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Hiley - Ghorepani - Poon Hill - Tadapani - Chhomrong - Dovan - Deurali - Machhapuchhare Base Camp - Annapurna Base Camp - Jinuwa - Pokhara - Kathmandu

Nepal Travel Guide

Travel Guide

Discovering Kathmandu’s Durbar Square

Streets overflowing with life radiate from its edges, carrying with it Nepal’s residents as they go about their daily lives. Visiting the Square is an integral part of any Kathmandu experience.

Travel Guide

Top 10 best multi-day treks in Nepal

With the Himalaya Mountains straddling its northern border and some of the world’s highest peaks on its doorstep, Nepal is the ultimate destination when it comes to multi-day trekking.

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Nepal Top Destinations

Patan, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Kathmandu Valley

The World Heritage listed Kathmandu Valley is overflowing with cultural sites, set within a beautiful patchwork rural landscape of small Newari villages. It includes the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, all vivid displays of Nepalese traditional architecture, as well as impressive Buddhist stupas and Hindu temples.

Rhinoceros Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park

Translating as ‘Heart of the Jungle’, the forests, marsh and grasslands of Chitwan are Nepal’s premier wildlife-viewing destination, home to deer, monkeys, one-horned rhinos, and the elusive royal bengal tiger. Indulge at one of Chitwan’s luxury lodges, take an elephant-back safari, or trek to spot Chitwan’s 500+ bird species.

Annapurna ABC Machhepuchare

Annapurna Conservation Area

Considered one of the world’s best trekking destinations, the Annapurna Conservation Area is known for its Rhododendron-ignited hills and wildlife encounters with snow leopards and blue sheep. Take in the region’s stunning mountain vistas, rural hamlets and Buddhist temples and monasteries along the famed Annupurna Circuit.

Lumbini Building


The believed birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini is one of Buddhism’s most important pilgrimage sites and an intriguing visit for anyone interested in Buddhist architecture. Dotted with ancient ruins and monasteries built by foreign Buddhist countries, the tranquil site is easily explored by horse-drawn carriage.

Langtang National Park, High Altitude Gosainkunda Lake

Langtang National Park

Including the sacred high altitude lake of Gosainkund and the towering peak of Langtang Lirung, the Langtang Valley near the Tibetan border offers incredible trekking, away from the crowds. It is home to remote Buddhist monasteries and impressive views across to Annapurna and Makalu.

Nepal Top Cities

Kathmandu Boudhanath Stupa


Nepal’s capital is most visitors’ first impression of the country, nestled within the Kathmandu Valley. While it offers the perfect base to launch treks into the nearby Himalaya, it is a worthy destination in its own right, with magnificent religious architecture in Durbar Square sure to captivate culture-lovers, while the shopping in its lively bazaars is world-renowned.

Pokhara Phewa Fewa Lake


Situated on the edge of tranquil Phewa Lake, Pokhara is the ideal place to relax and refuel after a multi-day trekking adventure, with spectacular views across to the Himalaya’s snow-capped mountains. It is also making a name for itself as an adventure sports capital, with some of the world’s best paragliding and white water rafting on its doorstep.



Patan makes an ideal day trip from Kathmandu, with its stunning Durbar Square World Heritage listed and housing what some consider the most impressive collection of temples and palaces to be found in Nepal. It boasts beautifully-constructed traditional guesthouses to stay in, as well as plenty of fair-trade handicraft shops to peruse.

Bhaktapur Woman


An entrancing maze of cobblestone streets, lined with traditional red-brick houses that connect architecturally impressive squares, Bhaktapur is the best-preserved of the Kathmandu Valley’s three medieval city states. Renowned for its vibrant festivals, historic temples, indigenous Newari culture and open artisan pottery workshops, Bhaktapur, or the ‘City of Devotees’ is also blissfully traffic free!

Nagarkot Himalayas Mountain Range


Boasting some of the country’s best mountain views (especially at sunrise), expanding all the way from the Annapurna Range to Kanchenjunga, the small hill station of Nagorkot is well worth the visit from Kathmandu. It is possible to trek or mountain bike there from various spots within the Kathmandu Valley, taking in beautiful mountain scenery en route.

Janakpur Janaki Mandir Hindu Temple


The birthplace of Goddess Sita, Janakpur is Nepal’s most sacred Hindu city and home to the unique Mithila culture of Nepal. The beautiful Janaki Temple overflows with devotees during the annual Jhula and Bol Dum festivals, while the pagoda-style Rama Mandhir is an impressive example of Hindu architecture.

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Nepal Wellness Singing Bowl and Candle

Be inspired at a spiritual retreat

Nepal is known as a deeply spiritual country where yoga centres, ashrams and meditation retreats offer an alternative travel experience. Many are situated within the cultural mecca of the Kathmandu Valley, backed by the inspiring Himalaya.

Bhote Koshi River White River Rafting

Whitewater raft Nepal's wild Himalayan rivers

Nepal is home to some of the world’s most exhilarating white water rafting experiences, including the legendary Sun Kosi expedition. Take a one day adventure on the Trisuli River or a multi-day trip on the Kali Gandaki and Marsyandi Rivers, traversing Nepal’s spectacular Himalaya.

Mustang Upper Mustang Kagbeni Village Nilgiri North

Explore the remote Mustang region

With its cave-embedded cliffs, traditional Mustagi cultural villages and well-preserved Buddhist monasteries, the former desert Kingdom of Mustang is a landscape like no other in Nepal. Trek through the dramatic Kali Gandaki Basin or take to two wheels on a challenging mountain bike expedition.

Bardia National Park Bengal Tiger on the Stream

Visit the largely unexplored Bardia National Park

The undisturbed wilderness of Bardia National Park is home to endangered rhinoceros, tigers, and rhesus macaque, best explored on elephant-back safari. The Gangetic river dolphin also inhabits its waters, while more than 250 bird species, including the endangered Sarus crane, can be spotted on jungle walks.

Trek through the Himalaya

Trek through the Himalaya

The awe-inspiring Himalaya Mountains straddle Nepal’s northern border and multi-day treks into this spectacular region, including those to Annapurna and Everest Base Camps, are high on many visitors’ lists. Immerse yourself in unique mountain cultures and remote villages, set within stunningly diverse landscapes.

Everest Helicopter Ride

Helicopter ride to Mount Everest

For unparalleled views of the magnificent Himalaya, take a helicopter tour around Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks of the Khumbu region. This once-in-a-lifetime tour takes you up close to not only the world’s highest peak, but also Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu.

Best time to visit Nepal

October to November. The autumn high season sees warm days and clear skies, perfect for trekking and taking in mountain vistas from the lakeside town of Pokhara. It also coincides with two of Nepal’s major festivals, Dasain and Tihaar.

December to January. Winter is an ideal time to visit Chitwan as day-time temperatures are comfortable (20-25C) and rainfall at a minimum. If you can handle the winter cold, there are far fewer trekkers in the Himalaya mountains and magnificent snow cover.

February to April. With warm weather and the Himalaya’s spectacular rhododendrons in bloom, Spring is another good time to trek, although there is often haze obscuring the mountains at lower elevations. With warm temperatures and no high season tourists, the Kathmandu Valley is also pleasant.

May to September. The build up to the monsoon and the eventual rains which descend from June through to September are the low season. Apart from heavy rains and landslides, there is also stifling heat, leeches, and cloud covering mountain vistas.

Nepali Ethnic Groups

Annapurna Nepal Sherpas


Nepal’s friendly Sherpas, a group of Tibetan origin, are traditionally subsistence farmers, but today many of these high-altitude dwellers work as trekking guides and porters. You will encounter their villages across the Himalaya mountain slopes, and they practice a religion that combines Buddhism and animist beliefs, with the peak of Khumbila considered highly sacred.

Dolpo People

Dolpo people

Considered the highest mountain settlements in the world, the fortified dzong villages of the Dolpo are home to Tibetan nomads who have inhabited the region for more than one thousand years. Treks through the Upper and Lower Dolpo allow you to encounter their hardy, remote existence, as well as visit their sacred pilgrimage site of Crystal Mountain.

Annapurna Gurungs People


This Tibeto-Burman ethnic group inhabits the central region of Nepal and their villages surrounding Pokhara feature beautifully-built traditional stone houses. While revered as fierce warriors, the Gurungs are also known as honey harvesters, using precarious hand-made rope ladders and long sticks to collect it within the Himalayan foothills.

Festivals in Nepal

Dashain Festival

Dashain Festival

Nepal’s longest and most anticipated festival is Dashain, held in late September/early October over 15 days. Pujas, offerings and animal sacrifices in honour of the goddess Durga take place as families reconcile from across the world, no matter the caste or creed, for feasting, music and the celebration of good over evil.

Tihar Festival Kukur Tihar Kukur Puja For Dog

Tihar Festival

Tihar, the 'Festival of Lights', is celebrated in October/November in honour of the Goddess of Wealth, Laxmi. Over five days houses are decorated beautifully with oil lamps and candles, encouraging Goddess Laxmi to enter, whilst crows, dogs and cows are worshipped with garlands and food in thanks for their loyalty to humans.

Indra Festival

Indra Jātrā (Yenyā) Festival

Named after Lord Indra, the God of Rain, this festival held in August/September is celebrated by both Nepal’s Hindu and Buddhist communities. It sees eight days of street celebrations, including music, masked dancing of deities and demons, the display of sacred images, and the parade of Kumari, the Living Goddess, through the streets of Kathmandu.

Holi Festival and Religious Offerings

Holi/Fagu Festival

Celebrating the extermination of the demon Holika in Hindu beliefs, the festival known as Holi (or sometimes Fagu in Nepal) is a playful and vibrant display of colour. Water balloons and colour are thrown from houses, cars and by pedestrians, and smeared all over devotees in wild displays of frivolity throughout the streets.

Nepali Gastronomy

Fusing elements of Tibetan and Indian cuisine, Nepalese food reflects the country’s diverse topography and soil, with regional variations resulting in distinct dishes. From the cold-tolerant grains and yak meat of the Himalaya, to the rice accompanied lamb found in Thakali cuisine and the buffalo favoured by the Newaris, each ethnic group offers its own unique dishes that make travelling in Nepal a culinary adventure.

Food Momos Dumpling


This bite-size dumpling, filled with minced meat or vegetables, is a beloved staple of travellers to Nepal. Originating in Tibet, it was transformed using local ingredients by Newaris of the Kathmandu Valley and usually served with a spicy dipping sauce.

Food Thukpa Tibetan Noodle Soup


Another Tibetan dish that has been modified by the Nepalese is Thukpa, a noodle soup of meat and vegetables. In the Nepalese version garam masala and chilli is added to give it a spicy kick, although Tibetan-style Thukpa is also popular.

Food Dal Bhat Tarkari

Dal Bhat Tarkari

Dal Bhat Tarkari is a popular and wholesome lunchtime meal, found at local restaurants throughout the country. It combines dal with a selection of curries and is accompanied by steamed rice, chapati, pickled vegetables and yoghurt.

Shopping in Nepal

For handicrafts, the shops lining Kathmandu’s Thamel offer a little bit of everything, while nearby Bhaktapur is famed for its pottery and Patan known for its Traditional Craftsman’s Colony. Be aware that fake (and inferior quality) items are rapidly filtering in from China, so check the authenticity of goods before purchase.

Pokhara Market Scarfs


Nepal has a long legacy of manufacturing garments made from cashmere and pashmina that stretches back more than 1,000 years. Scarves and shawls with nylon in the weave are widespread, while those with silk are of the highest quality.

Nepal Silver Bracelet


Silver crosses into Nepal from India and the quality of jewellery and ornate tableware is excellent. The market stalls of Thamel, Patan and Bhaktapur are a good starting point, with a number of artisan workshops selling intricate ‘one-off’ pieces.

Prayer Wheels In the Market

Traditional Handicrafts

Traditional handicrafts that reflect Nepal’s rich and diverse culture make for an ideal souvenir. Prayer wheels, singing bowls, pottery and trinkets, as well as the essential Nepal keep-sake - a string of prayer flags - can all be found in Kathmandu’s markets.

Recent earthquake and impact on tourist areas

On 25 April 2015 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley and made headlines around the world. Thousands of people were killed and the country’s infrastructure, including a number of its cultural sites and trekking routes, were badly damaged. While reconstruction of many monuments and buildings are still ongoing, the majority of the country’s UNESCO sites have been re-opened, as have trekking routes. Life has returned to normal, but for a country that relied heavily on tourism, those considering visiting are encouraged to do so and show solidarity and support when it is most needed.

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