It’s the land of high Himalayas, exotic wildlife, artistic monuments and diverse cultures, the birthplace of Buddha and the final frontier where many dream of traveling to check off that last item on their Bucket List. Love adventure? Check out the majestic range of snowy giants and opt to trek them as high as you physically can go. Love nature? Go on a pursuit of everything from the elusive Bengal tiger to over 800 species of birds at Nepal’s National Parks. History buff? Learn about the fascinating footsteps Nepal has taken through its journeys over the course of thousands of years in its museums, towns, and through its village locals hidden in the Kathmandu valley who welcome visitors with open arms and warm hospitality.
Currency: Nepalese Rupee (NPR)
Country Code: +977
Do I need a Visa? Visas are required for many countries, best to check Nepal Visas for the current requirements for each individual country
How will I charge my devices? Nepal’s electrical current is 230v, 50 Hz
How do I get there? Well, if you’re heading to Kathmandu (KTM) and flying from…
New York: 15.5 hours
Los Angeles: 16.5 hours
Toronto: 15.5 hours
Sao Paulo: 19.5 hours
London: 9.5 hours
Geography: Nepal is geographically diverse, ranging from lowlands to the majestic peaks of the Himalayas and some of the highest places on the planet. It is divided into three belts- Terai, Hill and Mountain regions along with three major river systems.
Time Zones: GMT +5:45
How's the weather? Nepal, albeit a small country, experiences a wide variety of climate conditions ranging from the tropical heat of the Terai plains to the freezing cold high Himalayas. The mid-hills, particularly the Kathmandy Valley are pleasant with warm summers and cool winters.
Embark on a safari… on elephant back in Chitwan and see wildlife from an entirely new vantage point.
Acclimatize yourself in the beautiful valley of Pokhara, before heading on a challenging climb in the Himalayas accompanied by an authentic, experienced Sherpa
Be fascinated with the wooden arts and sculptures on the doors, windows and pillars of ancient palaces and learn from a scholar about the origins and meanings behind them
Balance your center with an invigorating sunrise trek of a lifetime up Poonhill which will enlighten you about country life along the way
Canoe down a river and have an opportunity to meet the local villagers along the way
Dare to take on the rapids of the Kali Gandaki on a 3 day challenging trip down the rough waters
Board a mountain flight for an exquisite, rarely seen view of the Himalays from above
Special Nepalese pre-departure gift delivered to your door before you embark upon your journey.