Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitude variation. The elevation of the country ranges from 60 meters above sea level to the highest point on earth, the Mount Everest
11 AM: Visit Kathmandu city and Swayambhunath Kathmanduâ€™s Durbar Square is one of three durbar (royal palace) squares in the Kathmandu Valley. It is the site of the Hanuman Dhoka Palace Complex, which was the royal Nepalese residence until the 19th century and where important ceremonies, such as the coronation of the Nepalese monarch, still […]
â€œGlimpses of Nepalâ€ allows you to discover the daily life of Nepalese people along with their culture, religion, tradition and more. We enjoy visiting the main historical as well as religious sites; there are many interesting places to discover and lots of other activities to do in and around Kathmandu Valley.
The â€œDiscover Annapurnaâ€ program is designed for the people who donâ€™t wish to go to high altitude but still want a taste of the landscapes, rich variety of scenery, people and activities Nepal has to offer.The trekking is easy to moderate having the longest 4 hours of walking and the paths and tracks are generally […]
From majestic Everest to the mystical valley of Kathmandu, Nepal really is an enchanted country. With gentle trekking in the heart of the Himalaya plus plenty of time in our ancient capital city, the Everest: Sherpa Land trip offers you the time and space to soak up the magic and enjoy the richness of the Nepal experience all in fabulous comfort and style.
Pokhara Chitwan Tourâ€ combines natural, cultural and wildlife experiences. Stroll in a medieval streets of Kathmandu full of architectural wonders, make a boat ride in a Himalayan lake or a canoe trip in the dense sub-tropical jungle, or learn to follow the wild-lives in their natural habitat – weâ€™ve combined everything that you are wishing to squeeze out in your short Nepal Tour. Even if your wildest dream is to watch marsh crocodiles sunbathing or you feel like taking an elephant ride in a jungle river – we make it happen in reality.
The Kathmandu Valley is indeed a heady mix of the old and new. One will experience the pleasure in exploring the temples and the different monuments spread across the valley, with the major ones listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. To add a little flavor, one is given the opportunity to take the fabulous Mountain Flight as an optional excursion to view the Himalayan Range and to get a view of Mt. Everest the highest Mountain in the World.
Where else in the world but in Nepal, can one wake up and take an early morning one hour helicopter ride up in the mountains, have a nice hot breakfast facing Mt. Everest, then head back to Kathmandu for a round of golf at one of South Asias finest 18 holes, par 72, golf course. As if this was not enough, one is whisked away to the airport for a 30 minute flight to the enchanting valley of Pokhara to play golf at the Himalayan Golf Course (9 hole, twice play, par 73 course) with the fantastic panorama of the Annapurna range and the lovely Fishtail Mountain to keep you company every time you take a swing.
The word Muktinath meaning Salvation is revered by both the Hindus and the Buddhists. One truly feels liberated when paying a visit to this holy site and if one can to take a bath under the 108 water spouts with really freezing water pouring out. Legend has it that all your sins are washed away by walking under the 108 water spouts.
Nepal is an ideal destination for special incentive tours. Depending on the number of days on hand, programs can be tailor made to suit the requirements of the participants. Special venues for lunch, with unique locations, dinner with cultural folk dances and special menus can all be provided for.
For those of us seeking enlightenment and a sense of inner peace, this trip Of special significance to the followers of Buddhism, this program entails visits to various monasteries and to Lumbini the birth place of Lord Buddha. With plenty of opportunities to interact with the monks and to participate in the prayers, this trip is a must for all Buddhists and for those who would like to get an insight of Buddhism.
The only Hunting Reserve in Nepal, where big game hunters from different parts of the globe come to hunt the Blue Sheep. The number of hunters allowed every year is very restricted to ensure that a healthy population of the Blue Sheep is maintained.