Destination in Nepal


 

This ancient, cultural gem draws people in with temples, grand palaces, colourful festivals, beautiful art and royal history. Walking the car, tuk tuk and rickshaw-free streets is a pleasant change from the electric energy of Kathmandu. 
Nagarkot is 32 km NE of Kathmandu on the northern side of the Kathmandu Valley. Nagarkot is famous for its Himalayan views from the hill-top with the Himalayan peaks ray of sun in the morning and evening  are a magnificent sight to behold. It attract all their visitor to  wish upon arrival and they would have planned for more than one day to stay.
The hilltop town of Bandipur was once a very prosperous trading center, and is now popular with tourists for its old-world charm, quiet atmosphere and nearby national park teeming with wildlife.
The hilltop town of Bandipur was once a very prosperous trading center, and is now popular with tourists for its old-world charm, quiet atmosphere and nearby national park teeming with wildlife.
Pretty Pokhara offers travellers attractive vistas, tranquil ambience and views of three of the highest mountains in the world. Lakes, waterfalls and canyons ensure visitors are well rewarded for the effort. 
Sherpas, yaks, travellers, climbers, teahouses and tent villages - nothing beats the electric energy of Everest Base Camp. All have come to either tackle the mighty mountain or stand in its epic wake, either way it's a privilege and the experience of a lifetime.
Featuring everything from tropical rainforest to perennial ice, Langtang National Park is an example of Mother Nature at her most extreme. With so much geographic diversity, it's not wonder you'll be able to spot a menagerie of creatures including red pandas, musk deer, rhesus monkeys and Himalayan black bears. Langtang is simply unmissable!
This popular trekking region can lay claim to some of the most beautifully treacherous peaks in the world. Surrounding valleys of green fields, wildflower-studded meadows and lowland villages just add to the stunning views on offer. 
This popular trekking region can lay claim to some of the most beautifully treacherous peaks in the world. Surrounding valleys of green fields, wildflower-studded meadows and lowland villages just add to the stunning views on offer.