Contain as many as eight of the ten highest peaks in the world, is undoubtedly the country's biggest allure
Though Nepal is small it has so much to offer the visitor that each day of your journey through this ancient land will be a discovery. It is an opportunity for you to take in the country’s remarkable natural Kaleidoscope, delve into its vast cultural repository and delight in its equally extensive adventure offerings.
The Nepal Himalayas contain as many as eight of the ten highest peaks in the world, is undoubtedly the country’s biggest allure. However, there is much more to Nepal than just Mt. Everest and its minions. Mighty rivers tumble down from the Himalaya offering world class rafting opportunities and the flatlands of the Terai are dotted with jungle reserves that shelter some of Asia’s most exotic wildlife. Indeed, the breathtaking biotic diversity that can be found here has given the country a natural affluence matched by few places on this earth.
Equally breathtaking is Nepal’s cultural heritage. The Kathmandu valley with temples, shrines and other monuments packed into its nook and cranny as well as its arts and crafts, architecture and the year round celebrations that mark numerous festivals is the cultural hub of the nation. The practices and beliefs of the diverse communities living elsewhere in the Kingdom have added extra colour and flavour to Nepal’s vibrant culture.
This is a fantastic hike from Kathmandu. Few people trek around Kathmandu valley. Yet it offers a rich insight into the lives, history, culture and religion of its inhabitants. You will walk mostly shivapuri watershed forests and villages during your trekking time. Shivapuri hill (2729m) is the highest point of this trekking. From the top of Shivapuri can see western mountain M ...[ + View detail ]
This region is known as an adventurous trekking in Nepal. Trekking off the main paths is not only possible. If you are an adventure lover, the trek to this area could be immensely rewarding. Geographically, the Dhaulagiri region is a steep slope with snow-caped Himalayan peaks. Mt. Dhaulagiri I is the sixth highest peak of Nepal and world’s seventh. The peak is high above ...[ + View detail ]
Pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure, offering a trekking experience to the base of Jugal Himal towards north East of Kathmandu. This area is a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity, beginning at Chautara. Home to Sherpa and Tamang people, the trek starts from 1400m and goes up to 4000m at Panchpokhari, a seldom ...[ + View detail ]
Royal Chitwan National Park in the central Terai lowlands and Bardia National Park in the western Terai provide some of the best wildlife and nature viewing places in Asia. Visit a wonderful world of lush sub-tropical jungles, tall elephant grass, lakes and rivers – a home for some of the most endangered animals on earth, the elusive tiger and the prehistoric rhinoceros, ...[ + View detail ]
Pikey peak entwines with the Chyabe across east to west. The name Pikey comes from the two titles of the Sherpas. During the month of July is a time of great celebration as the locals worship their clan god, the eastern Chyabo Pikey, as Pikey Hlapchen Karbu in the celebrations. The hill is most popular for its sunrise and sunset views and one can enjoy the glorious sight of the ...[ + View detail ]
This region lies between LANGTANG range and EVEREST range and the side of both MOUNT LANGTANG and MOUNT EVEREST are the highlights of this trek. The trekkers will be rewarded with the enchanting view of Majestic Mountain GAURI SHANKER. The route is near by the tibet border side so that one can understand a little about Tibetan culture too. This area is mostly used by Buddhist p ...[ + View detail ]
The rich tapestry of the cultural heritage of Nepal is synthesized in the Kathmandu valley as well as further closest religious and cultural destination. The ancient cities of the valley – Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur, Chovar and Daskhinkali represent an epitome of harmony in urban design, elegant architecture and refined culture. The three main historic cities o ...[ + View detail ]
This region is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural beauty and culture. Arun valley trek is between two highest mountains, Everest and Makalu. It is really a non touristic area but we can see significant views of Mt.Everest, Makalu, and hundreds of other mountains just on our eyes. Sherpa, Rai and Limbus are the main inhabitants of this region.Walking north up the Ar ...[ + View detail ]
Annapurna IV is considered relatively an easier mountain to climb among all the Annapurnas. The normal route to reach the destination is led forward through Manang. It requires two hours walking from the base camp to reach the bottom of the mountain. A 500m fixed rope climbing on approximately 65-70 degrees steep slope should be attempted to reach camp I. To reach camp II, a fi ...[ + View detail ]
This is a pristine area newly opened for village tourism. Apart from the stunning landscape and views of the Annapurna region, Ghalegaun offers a real opportunity to become a part of village life, lodging with local Gurung families. This area is also home to the famous honey hunters of Nepal. This short trek is the perfect compliment to discovering some of the other highlights ...[ + View detail ]