Steep valleys, fluttering prayer flags, buddhist mantras lingering in the air, high mountains and a welcoming smile, Nepal is an Himalayan Kingdom like no other.

Flanked by the mighty Everest, the Earth's highest mountain, and with seven more peaks sprinkled around the country, Nepal offers a big promise… of an adventure unbeaten.

The mesmerising Kathmandu city, blissful treks amidst the rhododendron forests of the Annapurna, stunning rhinos in Chitwan National Park, art and traditions unfolding at the Durbar Square or the delicious momos on the streets of Nepal.

Whatever you pick to explore, this country and its warm people are ready to embrace you in its magical atmosphere.


Mountain peaks

While Nepal is known for its mountain peaks, there is much more to it. Be sure to go beyond and experience the beauty of this land.

Kathmandu's spiritual

If you really want to experience Kathmandu's spiritual side, Boudhanath is the must visit stupa in the valley.

Pashupatinath temple

Enter the serene and one of the holiest sites in all of Hinduism - the Pashupatinath temple that has existed since 400 A.D and is a masterpiece of Hindu architecture.

Kathmandu to see Mount Everest

Trekking is not the only way to see Everest. Take a short one hour Mountain Flight from Kathmandu to see Mount Everest from the sky.

Rafting Adventure

Enjoy a rafting adventure amidst the stunning glaciers and rivers.


Pokhara is blessed with the perfect mix of stable thermal currents, a safe take-off location and landing zone, and epic views, making it suitable for a paragliding experience.


Saunter inside Bandipur a breathing open air museum of Newari culture which might be a little off the beaten track but worth the visit.

UNESCO World Heritage site, Lumbini

A UNESCO World Heritage site of huge global significance, Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as Buddha. Just this reason is enough to visit this place.

Chitwan National Park

Formally the royal hunting ground, Chitwan National Park is now home to Rhino, Sloth Bears, Crocodile, Gharial, monkeys, and if you’re really lucky, Tiger and Leopard.

Annapurna Circuit

If intense trekking is your style, the 16 or so days spent hiking the Annapurna Circuit is the most inspiring and challenging trek you'll ever encounter.


Everest Base Camp trek

The famous Everest Base Camp trek for 12 days is a sheer celebration of the beauty of the landscape that surrounds it.


cuisine of Nepal

The cuisine of Nepal combines a range of ingredients, techniques and characteristics from its neighboring countries with its own culinary history. Some of the must try dishes are Dal Bhat, Momo, Thukpa, Sel Roti, Gokharli Lamb and much more. Let your taste buds enjoy a food extravaganza.


  • Enter with an open mind
  • Avoid tap water. Be sure to purchase bottled water during your time in Nepal.
  • For a consistent internet throughout Nepal, buy a Nepalese SIM. We recommend buying the SIM at the airport, where there is assistance in activating it.
  • It would be a good idea to carry a face mask and use it during your sightseeing, as cities like Kathmandu can be dusty.
  • The traditional manner of greeting in Nepal involves placing your palms together in a prayer style and saying "namaste" or "namaskar".
  • You can easily get Nepalese rupees from ATMs or banks on most street corners or the airport. Using cash will be much better than using cards, as transaction fees tend to be high.
  • As a religious country many places in Nepal are considered sacred territory. Adorn modest clothes, when entering any religious sites and even some restaurants.
  • While the street food is amazing, try it only if you have a strong stomach to palate it.


Travel Information

Between March to May and September to November is the best time to visit Nepal as the skies are clear and the views of the landscape are spectacular.

Nepali is the official language. English is spoken in tourist areas, but learning a few Nepali phrases will surely help.

- Into Thin Air | Jon Krakauer
- While the Gods Were Sleeping | Elizabeth Enslin
- The Snow Leopard | Peter Mathiessen
- Little Princes | Conor Grennan

All foreign nationals (except Indian passport holders) require a visa to enter Nepal


"Heaven is a myth. Nepal is real."