An oddly oblong-shaped land, Nepal seemingly looks like a country caught up between the forced high borders of China and India, desperately screaming for some air. But Nepal is more than just what it looks like, far greater than what we hope for even within its constricted boundaries. Cozily nestled in the laps of the great Himalayan range of the Southern Asia, covering a mere 147,181 sq. km area of the earth, Nepal maybe relatively small but is a uniquely diverse land, from culture to nature. Extending from the high Himalayas that crown the north, making its way through the passes of the green hills to the plain southern terrains of the tarai, this country is a nature’s wonder on its own, kindly providing shade and shelter to numerous flora and fauna species, like no other in the world. Needless to say, being home to the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, and the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini, and with kind blessings of nature, Nepal certainly has its ground to stand proud on.
Studded with quiet a unique pattern of plains, mountains and the himalayas, there’s just no end to the limitless awesomeness of this mystical land. The altitude in Nepal ranges from the southern plains as low as 70 meters to the highest point of 8,848 meters above sea level, totally varying the climatic conditions of the land. Living upto its reputation of being a mountainous country, Nepal boasts eight out of the fourteen 8,000-meter peaks, i.e., including Mt. Everest and is a keeper of Lake Tilicho, the lake that dwells in the highest altitude of the world.
The capital city, Kathmandu, is what we believe a time machine on the roll! Be bold enough to lose yourself in the unusual narrow-ways of the city sometimes, where one moment you’ll be slithering your way out of the city lights and the other, you’ll find yourself in a city still soaked to bones in its ancient cultural glory. The medieval cities of the valley- Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur with their grand palaces, temples of exotic artistry and stupas- are the live account of the grandeur of ancient Nepal still trying to blend in and cope with the ways of 21st century. The centuries old art and architectural exposition of religious and cultural values are the treasures of the valley. A number of such sites are listed under the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, a great honour to what these places are worth for. Some kilometers away from the city crowd and you’re in for a nature’s treat! Surprise yourself with what you can discover in this city of sights and sounds. Explore your travel path in a different light, and let the mystery to your destination unfold its way. We wish you a mysterious vacation.
And here we are, offering our humble services as we take honest pleasure in welcoming you on your journey to discover your own refreshing perspective of life in Nepal. A traveler’s paradise if we may say so, however the first impression that sets in your mind as you enter the hustle and bustle of the capital may not quite live up to its reputation of a paradise. But we not only hope that we will be able to change that image to a mere blur but we know we can! With our special tour packages go crazy with adventure, breathe a sigh of relief in the arms of the peaceful nature or just play that lazy song in any corner! Unleash that wild adventurer (we know you want to!) with our adventure packages that will take you to the heights of Himalayas on that breathtaking mountain flight, get that lazy adrenaline pumping with one fall of the bungee, conquer the mighty waves of Nepal’s greatest rivers and is sure to teach you the importance of having friends near you when you hear a tiger roar in the middle of the jungle walk! If you’re looking forward to a spiritual rejuvenation, walk with us on peaceful journeys to some of the most sacred places around the country, respected and honoured by Buddhists and Hindu devotees from over the world. So whether you’re a daredevil or a pilgrim or just an eager traveler, our packages are suited to fit every travelling soul.
This trek offers an amazing scenario of landscape, panoramic views of Himalayas such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Macchapuchre (Fish Tail), local culture and peoples. The Trekking starts from Nayapul along with Modi Khola to Birethati and climb up to Ghorepani via Tikhedunga Ulleri, where we will have overnight stay and head to poon hill (3210m) to have the superb views of Himalayas.
Island Peak is also known as the Imja Tse Peak which is also one of major attraction of Nepal for climbing. Island peak (6,189) is situated in Khumbu region above the Imja Tse khola, hence is it also called as Imja Tse peak.
Paragliding in Nepal is an incredible awe-inspiring experience for the adventure seeker. This Paragliding trip will take you over some of the best scenery on earth, as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites and float over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalayas of the central Nepal including with Annapurna range and Dhaulagiri.
Mt. Tukuche Peak is yet another amazing and beautiful peak above 6000 m. The Tukuche Peak lies in the Annapurna region just infront of the giant 8000 meter Mt. Dhaulagiri. The climb Tukuche Peak considered as less risk with technical route.
Parsa Jungle Safari gives opportunities to explore the nature and culture of Nepal’s Plain region. Parsa Wildlife reserves is mostly covered by Sal forests, Chir Pine, Khair, Sissoo and over 527 species of birds including florican, gaint hornbill, lesser florican are found.
Aqua Birds Watching Unlimited Camp is the first eco-lodge bird watching campaign in Nepal which was approved by Green Globe Organization. The camping site spreed across the 10 acres of private pristine wetlands situated on the border of Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve.
Do you like trekking? Never done any trekking? Well that is not an issue. Like our ancestors said where there is a will, there is a way. Everyone has their first time. There are tons of trekking spots for beginners or non-trekker in Nepal from where you can begin your adventure of trekking and then […]