Nepal provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Nepal. These are our tips for exploring Nepal.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Featuring 5.5 acres of property, a large outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi throughout the property, Hotel de l’Annapurna also offers 3 dining options.
Hotel Pokhara Grande offers rooms and suites with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Just 1.2 km from Pokhara Airport, it has 4 dining options and an outdoor pool.
The 5-star Hotel Yak & Yeti is housed in a heritage palace in central Kathmandu, surrounded by antique fountains and landscaped gardens.
Winner of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Heritage Award, Dwarika's Hotel is inspired by Kathmandu Valley’s rich cultural heritage.
Featuring a 24-hour front desk and a large outdoor swimming pool, the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is located just 1.3 km from the famous
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, spa and health club and a sauna, the Hotel Shambala is a boutique hotel in Kathmandu.
Sitting 7200 feet above sea level on Windy Hill, Club Himalaya Nagarkot offers 360 degree views of the Himalayas.
Start your day off with a bang and grab an incredible view of the Nepal sunrise on this 2.5-hour tour.
On this small-group trek, hike to Nagarkot, situated 32 km east of Kathmandu at an elevation about
Kathmandu day tour Includes - Kathmandu Durbar Squire, Swayambhunath, Pasupatinath and Bouddhanath
Catch stunning panoramic views of Mt Everest on this 5-day tour, including four days trekking through
This 5-day private tour offers an excellent opportunity to explore the local culture, heritage
Take a 12-day trip to exotic Nepal, with an expert guide in a luxury vehicle. Temples, incense
This 3-day trip to Dhampus Hill offers you an opportunity to embark on some short yet incredibly
The first stupa at Bodhnath was built sometime after AD 600, when the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, converted to Buddhism.
You will be able to see the sky-high rooftop of the Nyatapola Temple long before you reach the square. With five storeys towering 30m
Despite some damage from the 2015 earthquake, the beautifully restored Swapna Bagaicha, or Garden of Dreams remains
Formerly the residence of the Malla kings, the section of the palace surrounding Keshav Narayan Chowk now houses one of the finest
This temple sits on the site of the the Buddha's birth, according to Buddhist scholars. You will need to buy your entrance ticket 50m
This large fenced tank just off Kantipath is said to have been built by King Pratap Malla in 1667 to console his queen over the death
This powerful photo exhibition is well worth tracking down for its insights into Nepal's decade-long civil war.
Regarded by many as the crowning glory of Newari architecture, Gorkha Durbar is a fort, palace and temple all in one.