Nepal Tours

Been to Nepal is equal to have been the whole world! There are 14 mountains above 8000 meters in the world, and 9 can be seen in Nepal, so there's a saying that Nepal is the closest land on the earth to Heaven. But the altitude of Nepal is low; thus, tourists will not have altitude sickness. Although Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, it is also the country with the highest happiness index. Why? Maybe you can explore it from the exquisite and historical temples, various worship and admiration of deities, smiles from the pilgrims, etc.

Nepal is known as the "hiker's paradise." Many hiking routes are mostly around the Himalayas. Among them, the Annapurna route is rated as one of the best hiking routes in the world. Besides hiking, Nepal has a wealth of outdoor activities, such as paragliding, rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, mountain biking, etc. When these are all set in the snow mountain, it will have a different feeling comparing with other places. Nepal has four world cultural and natural heritages - Sagarmatha National Park marked by Mount Everest, Royal Chitwan National Park with many wild animals, Kathmandu valley full of historic sites, and the birthplace of Buddha Sakyamuni, Lumbini. Besides, during Nepal tours, you can watch a magnificent sunset/sunrise over the Himalaya mountains at Nagarkot, discover the Chitwan rainforest on foot, gaze out over the Fewa lake, and glide in Pokhara with the background of the snow mountains, etc. 

Nepal is the only country in the world where Hinduism is the national religion. It is known as the land of gods. Tens of thousands of temples are scattered in every corner of the towns. It's so exotic and mysterious! We have some of the best travel packages at affordable prices, which will entice you to visit this charming country. Make a choice and start your trip now!

Tourists with ascetic monks in Kathmandu
Experience Nepali culture and Charming landscape in the shortest time. You will appreciate the delicate architecture of Temples, stupas and ancient shrines in Kathmandu Valley, as well as the magnificent sunrise of the Himalayas at Nagarkot.

4 Days Glimpse of Nepal Tour

Kathmandu - Nagarkot - Kathmandu
Durbar Square
This trip will take you to the highlights of Nepal and enjoy the scenic moments in the serene of Kathmandu and Sarangkot, as well as the fun-filled activities in Pokhara.

6 Days Natural Paradise Nepal Tour

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Sarangkot - Kathmandu
Waiting for sunrise at Sarangkot.
During the 7-days trip, you will visit famous palace squares in Kathmandu for experiencing the unique religious culture and admire the amazing Himalaya sunrise at Sarangkot as well as lofty snow-capped mountains.

7 Days Nature and Culture Nepal Tour

Kathmandu - Bhaktapur - Nagarkot - Sarangkot - Pokhara - Kathmandu
Chitwan
It's a good choice to have a jungle Safari in Nepal besides enjoy its charming landscape and exotic culture. Chitwan National Forest Park would be a great memory for you.

8 Days Nature Safari With Himalayan Tour

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan - Nagarkot - Bhaktapur - Kathmandu
Trek to the Poon Hill
This trekking tour takes you into a unique world of a different culture, majestic landscapes, mesmerizing sites, lots of adventure treks, river rafting, and wildlife safari.

12 Days Nepal Cultural and Soft Adventure Trek

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Ghandruk - Tadapani - Ghorepani - Thikhedunga - Pokhara - Chitwan - Kathmandu
Everest Base Camp Trek
Nepal’s Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek is surely one of the most exhilarating treks in the world. It is also one of the most famous trekking routes in the Himalayan Region.

16 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

Kathmandu - Lukla - Phakding - Namche - Tengboche - Dingboche - Lobuche - Gorak Shep - EBC - Gorak Shep - Pheriche - Namche - Lukla - Kathmandu

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Nepal?

Nepal is located in the southern foothills of the Himalayas, bordering China's Tibet autonomous region to the north, India to the east, south, and west. The Himalayan Mountains are the natural border between Nepal and China. Nepal's terrain is high in the north and low in the south. In detail, high mountains in the north, hills and valleys in the middle, and plains in the south. The relative height difference is huge therefore it's rare to see anywhere else. The highest point is Mount Everest (known as Sagarmatha in Nepal) on the northern border with China, which is also the highest mountain in the world.

Nepal is famous for Mt. Everest, the highest mountain in the world and Lord Buddha, who was the founder of Buddhism. Besides, Including Mount Everest (Nepal called Sagarmatha peak), eight of the world's top 10 peaks located in Nepal. Nepal is a popular destination for mountain climbing and trekking expeditions. As one of the best countries for hiking, Nepal's Annapurna Circuit Trek, known as the ACT, has repeatedly ranked as the most beautiful hiking route in the world. Nepal is also being called "the realm of the gods" as the temples here are far more than houses. Wandering through the streets of Kathmandu Valley, you can see seven world cultural heritages, including Kathmandu Durbar, Swayambhu Pagoda, the Old Palace, etc., as well images of Hindu gods, exotic temples, ascetic monks. Besides, you can visit Royal Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National Park to enjoy the natural and cultural scenery.

Yes, it's convenient for tourists to get Nepali Visa on arrival. Generally, before getting through the customs, tourists need to fill in the visa application form and hand in the corresponding fee therefore the visa on arrival can be successfully handled. After that, pick up your checked baggage then through the security check, you can enter Kathmandu smoothly. The whole process takes about half an hour. Sometimes, it takes longer if there are a lot of people. So you are suggested to prepare the necessary documents for the Nepali visa and fill in the corresponding form (it can be download from the Internet) in advance. Here's the list of Nepali Visa fee,

Visa Facility

Duration

Fee

Multiple Entry

15 days

US$ 25 or equivalent Nepali currency

Multiple Entry

30 days

US$ 40 or equivalent Nepali currency

Multiple Entry

90 days

US$ 100 or equivalent Nepali currency

Getting to Nepal, you can choose to fly directly to Kathmandu or enter by road. Tribhuvan International Airport is the only international airport in Nepal. The direct international flights from Kathmandu Airport are mainly to Southeast Asian cities, such as Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Dhaka, Delhi, etc. In addition, other cities in Asia such as Seoul, Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, etc., also have direct flights to Kathmandu.

If you choose to enter by land port, there are several entry points on the border of Nepal and India:Kakarvita, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalganj, Dhangadhi, Mahendranagar. Another entry Port is Kodari/Gyirong, it is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet.

Nepal is a safe country to travel to for international tourists, no matter you are traveling alone or in a group. In political terms, Nepal is more stable than it has been in years, and crime is not a major risk for travelers. It makes sense to consult the local and international news sources before you travel to Nepal so that you will be aware of any issues. On the other hand, Nepal is a religious place and most of the local people are very hospitable. There is a saying in Nepal that "the guest is god".
 

Nepal is a typical monsoon climate and no distinct seasons. It is warm all year round like spring, yet there are dry seasons and rainy seasons. Dry seasons are good time to travel in Nepal. The dry season is from October to May, during which there's less rainfall, better road conditions, cooler weather, and better visibility. January and  February are the best time to visit Nepal, recommended for outdoor activities such as tours, safari, gliding, and trekking. But for some areas of Nepal, Tibet and India, summer time (June- August) is a little rainfall even in monsoon seasons.

Nepal has no unique cooking style and its cuisine is mainly originated from Indian local cookings. Some delicacy was developed from the Tibetan diet. The staple of the Nepali diet is rice. A standard Nepali meal consists of a bowl of vegetable soup, rice, vegetables and meat with strong flavors of curries. The locals like to eat pancakes, potatoes, vegetables, and mutton, drink milk and tea. Nepalese are used to eating with their hands, somewhat similar to the Indians and Indonesians. Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is a paradise of food, where you can taste variosu food from all over the world. Besides the authentic Nepalese food, you can also taste Indian food, Chinese food, Japanese food, Italian food, French food, etc., with high standard to satisfy tourists from all over the world.

Nepal's tourism industry is well established to cater to all kinds of travelers. From International standard luxury hotels to the local guesthouse, you can choose the different type of accommodation according to your needs. In Kathmandu, it is recommended to stay at the tourist gathering place - Thamel, where you can find many small hotels. Such kinds of hotels usually provide small rooms with bathrooms, and simple amenities. In Pokhara, tourists usually stay at two areas, lake side and Dam side, among which the views of Lake side is better. Guesthouses in other towns are even cheaper, with prices varying according to peak or low seasons.

​​Nepal is a country with strong religious atmosphere. So when you traveling here, you should know the local taboos to avoid any unpleasant experience. Here are the taboos of local customs:

1, Nepal greeting is “Namaste”, the corresponding action is put hands together;

2. Take off your shoes before entering temples and houses in Nepal;

3. Do not touch other's food or tableware with your hand or used knife, fork and spoon;

4. Do not touch Nepalese objects with your feet, which is considered as an offense;

5. Pay attention to your dressing, and people should be properly dressed.

6. Always ask permission before entering Hindu temples, which doens't open to non believers;

7. Fur articles are forbidden to be brought into the temples;

8. Walk around a temple or pagoda in a clockwise direction;

9. Obtain permission before taking pictures (whether people or articles).

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