Nepal is a nation rich in ancient history, culture, breathtaking landscapes, deep-seated spirituality, ancient temples and cities, and some of the world’s best trekking.
Kathmandu, the legendary capital of the country, is rich in spiritual and cultural heritage, rich in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from Durbar Square to the Temple of the Living Goddess. Of course, Nepal is famous for mountaineering, and a trip to it would not be complete without encountering Everest.
In contrast to the towering peaks of the Himalayas, Chitawan’s sultry lowland jungle provides a corner of the rhinoceros and the elusive Bengal Tiger sanctuary. See this and other wildlife in a 4×4 jeep or by boat on the Rapti River.
With Mount Everest on its roof, an endangered one-horned rhinoceros roaming its wilderness, and pagodas dotting its lush valleys, Nepal retains a near-legendary Himalayan destination status.
On this 3 nights 4 days Nepal tour package, visit the Durbar Squares of Nepal. You will visit Pashupatinath, one of the most important religious sites for Hindu devotees. A quick visit to Swayambhunath and Bouddhanath,...
This Best Luxury Nepal Tour starts from the capital, Kathmandu, and the surrounding medieval cities of Patan and Bhaktapur. On this luxury Nepal tour, you’ll walk through the winding alleys, passing through temples and shrines scattered throughout these...
This is probably the best Nepal tour package for travelers who wish to visit the famous tourist destinations in Nepal. This luxury Nepal trip starts from Kathmandu. Here you will visit various UNESCO cultural sites...
The ideal time to plan Nepal holidays is either the autumn, between September and November. The next best time is in the spring, from February to April. However, the country can be visited throughout the year.
Following the summer monsoon rains, autumnal skies are clear and visibility in the mountains is usually excellent with temperatures in Kathmandu comfortable.
The beginning of spring sees an ascent in temperature. Staggering botanical shows as rhododendrons, and other wild blossoms, sprout during spring.
Downpours are uncommon all through the winter months yet it very well may be cold. The pre-monsoon period, March to May, when vegetation kicks the bucket back, is the best time to view the wildlife.
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