Bhaktapur, Nepal

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Bhaktapur is halfway between Kathmandu and Panauti. Although the impact of the 2015 earthquake is prominent, one cannot help but be encaptivated by the mystique of traditional Newari architecture found here. Numerous temples were built in the states of Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, and Kathmandu during the 18th century including the Nyatapola Temple. The expansive five tier roof of the Nyatapola…

Annapurna Circuit

Annapurna Circuit, Nepal

The Annapurna Circuit Trek has been touted as the holy grail of trekking by travelers. This 128-mile route encircles the grandeur of Nepal’s high Annapurna range and was first opened to foreigners in the early 1980s. More than 40,000 trekkers travel to Annapurna each year crossing through rhododendron forests, isolated hamlets, and mountain villages. Trekking for…

Old Kathmandu

Old Kathmandu, Nepal

Old Kathmandu, the most flocked area in Nepal, entails narrow alleys and temples to the immediate north and south of the Central Darbar Square. The neighbourhoods of Indrachowk, Asan and Chhetrapati are always bustling with activities from early dawn to late in the night. A striking architectural feature one witnesses in Kathmandu is that of…

The Pavilions Himalayas

The Pavilions Himalayas, Pokhara

Tucked away in a valley in Pokhara, The Pavilions Himalayas is the first eco-friendly resort in Nepal. Set against the Himalayan backdrop of Nepal, this Pokhara resort sits amidst an organic farm offering splendid views of the lush greenery, scenic mountains, and the magnificent Lake Phewa. The Pavilions Himalayas is the birth child of a…

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Nestled on a ridge, 1000 feet above the Pokhara Valley, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge offers an ideal haven for travelers in Nepal. The lodge is situated just outside the city of Pokhara with stunning views of the Himalayas. Away from the noise of the city, the lodge is a peaceful escape in the rural mountain…

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Chitwan National Park is among the very first national parks of Nepal, a World Heritage Site, Chitwan and is a part of the ‘travel triangle’ within Nepal. The national park is home to the endangered species of Royal Bengal Tigers and one horn Rhinos which have recently seen a rise in their population. Several other…

Tours to Nepal

Nepal – Walking the City Squares

The origins of Kathmandu Valley’s accomplished art and architecture lie in the simple fact that the valley floor was once-upon-a-time a lakebed. Once the lake was drained, by geological process or the mythological sword of the Bodhisattva Manjushree, depending on your personal outlook, the fertile alluvium provided the basis for rice cultivation and the growth…