luxury nepal tours tailor made holidays
luxury nepal tours tailor made holidays 2
luxury nepal tours tailor made holidays 3

Nepal Tours

Nepal offers breathtaking mountains, endless trekking and walking routes, centuries old culture and friendly people whose way of life has changed little over the years. An ideal destination for all, especially families, wildlife lovers and more active.

Highlights of Nepal

Things to See & Do

  • Everest

    Everest

    Mount Everest at 8848m is the world's highest mountain. The international border between China and Nepal runs across the precise summit point. Truly an experinece of a lifetime, a flight across the majestic mountain landscapes at the top of the world is a never to be forgotten journey. These flights operate daily in the morning from Kathmandu airport (weather permitting) from late - September to mid-May.

    View Related Tours
  • Everest Flight

    Everest Flight

    A flight across the majestic mountain landscapes at the top of the world is a never to be forgotten journey. Flights operate daily in the morning from Kathmandu airport (weather permitting) from late September to mid-May and lasts approximately 1 hour. Every passenger is guaranteed a window seat.

    View Related Tours
  • Sunrise over Himalayas

    Sunrise over Himalayas

    Few landscapes fire the imagination as much as the mountains and valleys of the Himalayas. These rich panoramas provide access to some of the best day walks and mountain treks anywhere in the world. From the foothills of the Annapurnas, to the inspiring backdrops of the eastern Himalayas and the Seti River, this is a land of unparalleled splendour and adventure.

    View Related Tours
  • Kathmandu

    Kathmandu

    Lying at the ancient crossroads of some of the most fascinating civilisations in Asia, the Kathmandu Valley is home to some 130 monuments, including a number of important Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage sites. The country’s cultural and commercial hub, the city is rich in the cultural reminders of over two millennia of trade and artistic achievement.

    View Related Tours
  • Durbar Square

    Durbar Square

    Basantapur Durbar Square served as the main city square of ancient Kathmandu with the Hanuman Dhoka Palace, built Pratap Malla, one the greatest lovers of art to have ruled Kathmandu, as the residence of the royal families in the past. Named after the statue of the monkey god Hanuman kneeling on a pedestal in front of the main gate, the palace today is a museum Visiting the Basantapur Durbar Square, especially during the festivals is like going back in time, as ancient traditions are carried out enthusiastically by the locals as they were done centuries ago. The Basantapur Durbar Square is one of the seven Monument Zones that make up the Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Sit.

    View Related Tours
  • Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan lies in Nepal’s subtropical lowlands, in an area of alluvial flood plains and sal forest. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park boasts a range of flora and fauna. From elephant back you may spot the one-horned rhino and the rare Bengal Tiger. Chitwan is reached by road or air from Kathmandu or Pokhara.

    View Related Tours
  • Bhaktapur

    Bhaktapur

    Lying to the east of Kathmandu, part of the stunning cultural legacy of the Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur was the capital of the Malla Kingdom of the 12th-15th centuries. A World Heritage site, its pagodas and temples represent a captivating insight into the art and architecture of Nepal’s golden age.

    View Related Tours
  • Swayambhunath

    Swayambhunath

    Perched on a hilltop on the south western part of Kathmandu, Swayambhunath, is one of the most important religious and cultural sites in Nepal and is associated with the birth of the Kathmandu Valley civilisation. The stupa, is a dome 20 meters in diameter and 32 meters high and is made of brick and earth mounted by a conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. It is surrounded by many other smaller temples and places of religious importance for both Hindus and Buddhists, a perfect example of the symbiotic co-existence of different religious beliefs only found in Nepal.

    View Related Tours
  • Patan

    Patan

    Yala or Patan as it is known today is located on the southern banks of the Bagmati River and is one of the three main cities in Kathmandu Valley. The city is believed to be the first settlement in the Valley and was established by the Kirat dynasty who ruled for more than 1200 years from the 3rd century BC. Patan is famous for its amazing collection of fantastically carved temples, palace courtyards, water spouts, public baths and houses with their equally elaborate wood, stone and metal carvings under the patronages of the Kirat, Lichivi and Malla kings.

    View Related Tours
  • Annapurna Mountains

    Annapurna Mountains

    Few landscapes fire the imagination as much as the mountains and valleys of the Himalayas. These rich panoramas provide access to some of the best day walks and mountain treks anywhere in the world. From the foothills of the Annapurnas, to the inspiring backdrops of the eastern Himalayas and the Seti River, this is a land of unparalleled splendour and adventure.

    View Related Tours