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Travel to Nepal for a true Himalayan adventure. Experience its majestic mountains and famous wildlife, including tigers, rhinos, snow leopards, rhinoceros, and elephants. Discover the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world, see great cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara, explore the lush green jungles of Chitwan National Park, shop for exquisite silk and silverware in a Buddhist monastery, and tour snow-capped Mount Everest Base Camp with an experienced guide. Our Nepal tours and treks offer the perfect combination of adventure and cultural experiences enabling you to explore the most remote regions of this amazing country. Our Nepal experts can help plan the perfect trip to Nepal and make sure that it's a simple seamless process and voyage.
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Top Travel Destinations in Nepal

Nepal is known for more than just its spectacular natural riches. It's also home to a vibrant culture and sense of history that makes it an adventure traveler's delight. The country offers a magnificent setting for hiking, trekking, and mountaineering, as well as some of the world's best white water rafting. Some of the popular attractions during your Nepal trip include: 
  • Himalayas. It's natural splendor lures thousands of tourists a year, but many come to climb the peaks. The Himalayas have the world's tallest mountain, and climbing it is an accomplishment.
  • Kathmandu. Ride a rickshaw and see Durbar Square. Learn about Nepal's past by visiting its historic sites. Swayambhunath Stupa is a World Heritage Site, and Bodhnath Stupa is one of Nepal's most famous temples.
  • Himalayas. The Himalayas' natural splendor lures thousands of tourists a year, but many come to climb the peaks. The Himalayas have the world's tallest mountain, and climbing it is an accomplishment.
  • Chitwan National Park. See the one-horned rhino, elusive Bengal tiger, leopards, sloth bears, gaur (buffalo), and deers on a jeep safari. Chitwan's 500 bird species are a birder's paradise.
  • Pokhara. Gateway to the Annapurna mountain range, is a popular destination for trekkers. Visit the World Peace Pagoda, the Jangchub Choeling Monastery, and Lake Phewa, where you may go boating and witness the daily prayers.
  • Bardia National Park. Large grasslands, tropical forest, and Sal tree-dominated river basins in Nepal's northwest near India's border are a natural wonder. Some of the park was once dedicated for royal hunting. Bardiya National Park is a good spot to see Bengal tigers and rhinos in the wild.
  • Everest Base Camp. Visiting Everest Base Camp is a great way to get a taste of the Khumbu Valley's culture, landscape, and history. Everest Base Camp trekking should be on every explorer's bucket list. The Khumbu region's spectacular journey is a must-do for anybody interested in adventure trekking. 
Nepal Geography
Between India and China, Nepal is a landlocked country that is tucked away in the southern part of Asia. With Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain, lying at its feet, Nepal is home to eight out of the world's ten tallest peaks.

What are Nepal's 7 provinces?
Seven provinces now make up Nepal's federal democratic republic system, which the country embraced by adopting the Constitution of Nepal in 2015.
  • Karnali Kshetra
  • Arun Kshetra
  • Janakpur Kshetra
  • Kathmandu Kshetra
  • Gandak Kshetra
  • Kapilavastu Kshetra
  • Mahakali Kshetra
What are the three geographical regions of Nepal?
The Himalayas to the north, the Mahabharat range and the Churia Hills in the center, and the Terai in the south are the three regions of Nepal. As the country's northern border, the Himalayas and its foothills account for 16% of its total land area.

Best Time to Visit Nepal

High Season: Oct-Nov
Shoulder Season: March-May
Low Season: June to Sept

The best time to visit Nepal, with great circumstances for trekking and other outdoor activities in the highlands, is between October and November when the weather is warm, dry, and clear skies. 

May is a great season to travel when rhododendrons bloom. 
Heat and humidity rise to 35°C in Chitwan National Park.

Monsoon clouds obscure mountain views from June to August. The frequent rain and landslides make travel difficult and close numerous places, thus the country is best avoided at this time. 
Why Choosing a Nepal Tour is the Best Way To Go

When embarking on a Nepal holiday, choosing an organized tour with a reliable agency is the optimal way to unlock the wonders of this extraordinary destination.

Nepal holiday packages offer a seamless experience, ensuring every aspect of your journey is expertly planned and executed. Whether you opt for a small group tour, private tour, or family tour, you can rest assured that every detail, from accommodations to transportation, is taken care of.

From the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Himalayas to the spiritual treasures of Nepal's ancient temples, a well-organized tour allows you to fully immerse yourself in the magic of this enchanting country.

Whether you're embarking on a Nepal trekking tour or exploring the mystical allure of neighboring Tibet, a reliable agency ensures that your visit to Nepal is an unforgettable adventure filled with breathtaking moments and cherished memories.
Why visit Kathmandu? 

Visiting Kathmandu is an extraordinary journey that encompasses both a physical and spiritual experience. Nestled within the magnificent Kathmandu Valley, this vibrant city is a gateway to a world of cultural treasures and profound spiritual significance.

Explore the enchanting Kathmandu Durbar Square, an architectural marvel that transports you back in time with its intricately carved palaces and ancient temples. Let the lively markets of Thamel entice you with their colorful shops and lively atmosphere. Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance of the Boudhanath Stupa, a majestic Buddhist monument that stands as a symbol of peace and devotion. Immerse yourself in the bustling streets, where the scent of incense fills the air and the vibrant colors of prayer flags flutter in the breeze. Encounter the warmth and spirituality of the local people as they go about their daily rituals.

From the sacred temples to the serene monasteries, Kathmandu offers a transformative journey where the ancient and the contemporary coexist harmoniously, leaving you with a deep sense of awe and inspiration.

Exploration for the senses

As you navigate the bustling streets of Kathmandu, let the scents of sizzling street food guide your taste buds, as every corner reveals a local delicacy to immerse you in the flavors of this vibrant city. Make sure you try the iconic momo (dumpling filled with savory meats or vegetables), dal bhat (traditional Nepali meal consisting of lentil soup, rice, and a variety of flavorful side dishes), or sel roti (sweet and crispy rice flour bread). Also make sure to savor the distinctive Newari cuisine, with dishes like choila (spiced grilled meat) and bara (lentil pancakes).

Nepal Travel FAQs

Is Nepal worth visiting?
Yes. Vacations in Nepal are absolutely stunning for hikers, mountaineers, rock climbers, and people seeking adventures.
Do I need a Visa for Nepal?
Yes! Nepal visas can be obtained on arrival at the country's airports and ports of entry. By downloading and completing the application form, as well as possessing the necessary amount of USD 25 for a 15-day multiple entry visa and two passport-sized pictures, you can speed up the application process.

Electronic kiosks are located in the arrivals hall that read your passport, takes your photo, and print out a completed form for your records. Proceed to the "Visa on Arrival" immigration queue after paying for your visa at the payment desk.
Is it safe to travel to Nepal in 2024?
Yes. Nepal is a safe, low-crime country. Since the country became a secular republic in 2008, there are limited safety conscerns. Avoid rallies, marches, and demonstrations. Be vigilant when traveling abroad. When traveling alone, ask a guide or agent about safe/unsafe regions.

Please watch your stuff at train/bus stations and airports. Always keep your purse and wallets zip-locked.Pickpockets and distraction scams abound in markets.

Stay on recognized paths and walk with a group or guide, as Armed Maoists demand a 'tax' from trekkers on some routes.
What is the currency of Nepal?
Nepal's currency is closed, so you won't be able to buy it before you arrive. Traveling with US Dollars is a good idea, as they are widely accepted. It is critical that all of the United States bills be newer than 2006, clean, and undamaged.

The exchange rate is also better in Kathmandu. Hotels in Kathmandu can also help you exchange money. Teahouses prefer local cash to dollars, so bring some with you when you go on the hike itself.
What kind of plug does Nepal use?
220 volts is the usual voltage in Nepal and there are two types of electrical sockets - type D, which has three round pins and type C, which only has two round pins.
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