Travel To Nepal
Nature’s beauty is a gift here in Nepal that cultivates appreciation and gratitude. It’s physical features hold some impressive world records such as the tallest mountain in the world (Mt Everest), the deepest gorge (Kali Gandaki) and the highest lake on earth (Tilicho Lake). Visit the habitats of the Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhinoceros, Wild Elephant, and Crocodile, to name a few. Plenty of wildlife adventures to go around!
This jewel-sized country is dotted with UNESCO World Heritage Sites and temples with amazing views of the Himalayan peaks. What’s also remarkable about Nepal is the fact that it’s the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, which explains the many temples.
Our tours are tailored for every day folks. The treks are gentle and totally optional, and our guide will choose a trek that suits you. If you’re looking for a getaway to a more peaceful and serene atmosphere, Nepal is filled with just that and so much more!
Best Time To Visit Nepal
The best time to visit Nepal is during the spring and autumn seasons. Between the months of March and May, tourists can enjoy the best of the spring season. During autumn (October and November) you can enjoy sunny days and clear skies which is ideal for those who want to trek.
Recommended Journeys to Nepal
8 Days from $1,870 per person ✦
Witness Nepal’s multi-ethnic peoples and the harmony of Hinduism and Buddhism at many UNESCO World Heritage Sites and temples throughout Kathmadu Valley. A gentle 1 day trek offers you an amazing view of the Himalayan peaks. Join us to be inspired by the majestic nature and culture of Nepal, no Mt Everest climbing skills required!
11 Days from $3,480 per person ✦
This 11-days trip allows you to dive deeper into this ancient land, visit the iconic monuments and Buddha’s birthplace, Lumbini. Take off on a spectacular sightseeing flight to see Mount Everest. Get close up and personal with the biodiversity and ecology of Nepal at wildlife adventures.
14 Days from $4,965 per person ✦
Discover India’s Golden Triangle as well as Bhutan and Nepal, two Himalayan countries little touched by the passage of time. View the stunning “Tiger’s Nest” Monastery, stroll through Kathmandu’s Durbar Square and be mesmerized by the stunning Taj Mahal.