Nepal is the ultimate mountainous country. One can head out on high altitude trekking routes to Everest or take a slower paced walking holidays to explore the breathtaking scenery of the Himalayas. Find Buddhist monks praying at small monasteries or discover magnificent stupas around the world heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley. One can also wander off into the narrow streets of the capital and explore many ancient communal courtyards in Kathmandu.

It is not easy to match Nepal's dramatic scenery. It is home to the world-famous Mount Everest which stands at 8850 meters and the entire Himalayan range that dominates it. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Kathmandu valley alone. There is a fantastic display of craftsmanship on the ancient temple and palace complexes.

Nepal has a sophisticated blend of traditions, and religious beliefs that are reflected in the exquisite thangkas, gilded stupas, and intricate stone and wood carvings can be seen in every nook and corner.

There are lovely rural retreats of Dhulikhel, Nagarkot, and Hatiban around the hills that surround Kathmandu. To the west is the beautiful city of Pokhara with the serene Phewa Lake. It is dominated by the sacred and unclimbed Mount Machapuchare (Fishtail). Pokhara is also called the adventure capital of Nepal. Chitwan National Park lies on the grasslands and forest to the south. Visitors go there for jungle safari, canoe rides and elephant safaris (elephant rides are becoming less popular due to the cruelty involved in their training). One can go on jeep safaris seeking the sightings of the Great one-horned rhino, four different types of deer and numerous species of birds. Further west from Chitwan is Lumbini, the birthplace of The Buddha. Winter is a busy time for, and Buddhist visits it from around the world.

Being local experts, we can cater to making a bespoke trip just for you to provide to your interests whether as an individual, group, business or school.

With 30 years of operating first-class treks and tours, you will be in good hands for a journey of a lifetime.