The landlocked nation of Nepal offers adventure, nature, wildlife, culture, religion and much more.
Home to eight of the fourteen mountains on earth higher than 8000m, with Mt Everest the highest point on earth, Nepal attracts mountain climbers from around the world but there are also many lower altitude climbable peaks suitable for trekkers, in addition to the popular trekking routes that have been made famous by the likes of Sir Edmund Hillary and even Prince Charles.
White water rafting is also hugely popular, along with a myriad of other adventure sports such as skydiving, bungee jumping, parasailing, mountain biking, kayaking, skiing, rock-climbing and canyoning.
But adventure is far from Nepal’s only attraction, with its eight National Parks and four Wildlife Reserves there is a host of wildlife and natural beauty to explore. For culture and history buffs, the Kathmandu Valley is home to seven World Heritage Sites, monuments, shrines and temples over two thousand years old with many other historical and ancient cultural destinations throughout the country.
A small nation with a huge array of variety, and a beauty that is not only part of the land but an inherent part of the nature of the Nepalese people.
Incredible Nepal Tour
Upper Mustang Trek