Tours to Nepal
Nepal has always been a Trekkers’ paradise, with enchanting Himalayan views, golden temples, charismatic hill villages and jungle wildlife, making it one of the world’s great travel destinations.
The Himalayas in Nepal have become the eventual goal for mountain lovers, with the most exemplary and reachable hiking adventures, with a rough trail to Everest, the Annapurnas and beyond. There is no place where you can trek in the magnificent mountain scenery, and come back to a hot meal, warm lodge and a delicious slice of apple pie awaiting you at the end of the day.
The stimulating rafting on the roaring Nepali river or bungee jumping into the deep Himalayan gorge, canyoning, climbing, Kayaking, paragliding and mountain biking, are indeed the world’s most thrilling adventure experiences.
Medieval Cities & Sacred Sites
Travelers from all over the world prefer to see Nepal at a more profound pace, cherishing the peaks over a sunset gin and tonic from a Himalayan viewpoint, wandering through the medieval city squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, and joining Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims on a spiritual stroll around centuries-old stupas and monasteries. The earthquake in 2015 in Nepal does not restrict travelers from enjoying the cultural powerhouse of the Himalayas; the Kathmandu Valley in particular, which offers an exceptional collection of world-class palaces, hidden backstreet shrines and supreme temple art.
Nepal is also a great place to learn about Tibetan Buddhism, how to make momos and much more.
Nepal is one such country that is set up for independent travel, wandering and trekking, shopping, visiting bakeries and pizzerias of Thamel and slow travel in the pristine countryside of Pokhara.
As you head into the countryside, you will witness an entirely different Nepal where traditional mountain life continues at a slower pace, and a million potential adventures glow on the mountain horizons.
There is so much to do and delve here in Nepal, that many people return repeatedly to get the best of everything.
Contrastingly different and unique from the mountainous northern part of the country is south Nepal’s mountain forests; a chain of wild and woolly national parks, where nature studies scan the subtropical treetops for exotic bird species and untangle the jungles for rhinos, tigers and crocodiles.
You are free to choose from a luxury safari lodge in central Chitwan, or go touring on a wilder trip to remote Bardia or Koshi Tappu, stopping on the way to visit the birthplace of Buddha on the steamy plains near Lumbini.
Nepal offers a bewildering assortment of attractions and landscapes, whether you cross the country by mountain bike, raft, motorbike, hire a car with an expert guide or even on a tourist bus, you will enjoy being here and you will certainly want to come back!