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Best Things To Do in Nepal

Nepal travel highlights for families, couples and other travelers.

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An Exclusive Family Elephant Safari at Chitwan National Park
Ride an an elephant through Chitwan, Nepal's oldest national park. Due to its rich biodiversity, the park has earned it the status of a World Heritage Site. Located in the subtropical inner lowlands, this national park has an altitude that ranges from about 100 meters in the river valleys to 815 meters in the Churia Hills. See More >
Adventure Sports Activities in Pokhra
family Adventures In Scenic Pokhara
Enjoy adventure sports like paragliding, skydiving, zip-lining, mountain biking, hand-gliding, white-water rafting, canoeing, and much more in Pokhara. This beautiful lake city with its breathtaking view of the Annapurna Range hosts a series of adventure filled activities sure to get your adrenaline pumping. See More >
Life in Rural Nepal
Get a First hand experience of Life in Rural Nepal
There is no better way of getting to know a country than through the lifestyles of its people. Experience the rural side of Nepal as you live at a home stay in the remote reaches of the Himalayas. Interact with the locals and learn about the history and culture of the Nepalese people. See More >
Helicopter Ride in Nepal
Take a Luxurious Family Helicopter tour of The Himalayas
Take a helicopter tour with your family over Nepal and see the magnificent landscapes of the majestic Himalayas and the nature that it holds. Fasten your seat-belts and gear up to look at the unique topography and vegetation this breathtaking region has to offer. See More >
Nepal - Everest Base Camp - In The Shadow Of The World's Most Iconic Peak
Everest Base Camp - In The Shadow Of The World's Most Iconic Peak
This region needs no introduction. It has been the stuff of legend through the years, the mountain itself silent, majestic and imperial, and the vast area around it giving any visiting trekker/adventure enthusiast the necessary cred to brag about it. See More >
Nepal - Raft the Roaring Himalayan Rivers of Nepal
Raft the Roaring Himalayan Rivers of Nepal
Come and raft down the roaring Himalayan rapids of the Trishuli, the Bhote Kosi, the Seti, Tamur, Bheri, Sun Kosi and Karnali that cut through Nepal's wild landscape of peaks, gorges, plains and wildlife sanctuaries. Rapids range from Grade 2 - 4, and are suitable for all, conducted by Nepal's finest operators with the highest safety standards. See More >
Nepal - The breathtaking Annapurna Base Camp trek
The breathtaking Annapurna Base Camp trek
If you ever wanted to One of Nepal's most famous and celebrated peaks, the Annapurna Base Camp circuit (altitude: 4100m) through the magnificent Annapurna Sanctuary is an iconic trek for all enthusiasts, combining world-class vistas, landscapes, wildlife, and friendly indigenous people. See More >
Nepal - Rejuvenate yourself at the Peaceful heritage sites of Lumbini and Pashupatinath
Rejuvenate yourself at the Peaceful heritage sites of Lumbini and Pashupatinath
The Pashupatinath and Lumbini Temple are few of the many UNESCO World Heritage sites to visit in Nepal. Important symbols of Hindusim and Buddhism respectively, these sites are a must for spiritual pilgrims and history/architecture lovers from all over the world. Come and revitalize your senses, hang with friendly sadhus and saintly monks, and immerse yourself in their ancient rituals. See More >
Rara Lake Nepal
The Splendour of Rara Lake
A little jewel of Western Nepal, this deepest and bluest of Nepal's lakes is surrounded by astounding Himalayan scenery of snow-capped peaks and lush pine, spruce and juniper forests. It is also home to Nepal's vulnerable fauna, including rare migratory birds that visit the surrounding Rara National Park. See More >

Best time to go to Nepal

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Peak ( Oct - Nov )

With dry days and crisp nights, these are the finest months to visit Nepal; plan ahead or else hotels will be almost impossible to find, and the Himalayan slopes will see throngs of trekkers and bikers. It is peak time for the Annapurna and Everest region, the two main draws of this country’s tourism. The rafting season runs from September – mid-December, picking up again in spring, from March to mid-May (including the Low Season months of Jan and Feb).

Shoulder ( Mar - May , Sep , Dec )

December conditions are not as optimum as October and November, but still pleasant enough to bring trekkers and bikers. The valleys of Kathmandu and Pokhara are still sunny and pleasant, but temperatures can dip radically on the upper slopes. March – May and September (spring and autumn) are the second-best times to enjoy the country’s outdoors, with long days and comfortable temperatures (not too hot).

Low ( Jan - Feb , Jun - Aug )

Trekkers and bikers ease off in Jan and Feb owing to a radical dip in temperatures, and not great visibility. Kathmandu and Pokhara continue to attract tourists, but in a trickle. June – August brings rain to most parts of the country, making trails untenable and camping almost impossible. City tourism still exists, at slashed rates in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Meet your Nepal Experts

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This operator specialises in only one thing - the best mountain biking in all of Nepal. Led by 2 partners (one of who is an ex-pro mountain bike racer), the outfit now has several qualified guides (including some representing Nepal internationally in mountain biking) that take you through their hand picked trails across the country. If your prefer to explore the highest, steepest and most ethereally beautiful mountains in the world on just two wheels, then entrust yourself in the hands of these saddle-Ninjas who have been riding these trails before they could even walk.

This family-run company has been leading tourists from around the world for over 50 years now; the latest generation at the helm was quite literally born into adventure. Luxury for them goes beyond mere soft carpets and gold-plated taps; it means warmth of hospitality, and that splendid sense of feeling protected as they open their hearts and their gorgeous little mountain-kingdom up to you. They specialise in a range of adventures including wildlife, rafting, trekking and fishing. This is as blue chip an operator as you will find anywhere in the world.

These boys have been showcasing the magnificent Himalayas from the seat of a mountain bike for near on 30 years. It helps that they are also highly trained and accomplished athletes who have won several mountain triathalons and tourism awards over the years. Their motto: To go deeper and deeper into the heart of Nepal's terrain and people, is what they strive to do, luring you onto trails few bikers have ever ridden. The true-blue immersive Himalayan experience: no saddle-junkie should pass this up.

These experts have been running the mighty Himalayan rivers for near on two and a half decades now, and it is safe to say they have mastered every bend, rock, rapid, crest and trough of these frothing waters more times than most of their peers combined. Top-notch equipment, first-rate guides, an impeccable safety record, and five consecutive years of Nepal Tourism Awards', that's what you sign up for with these champions of white-water.

With 30 years of travel experience under their belt, they have nailed client service and safety to a fine art. Founded and run by 3 Sherpas, one of who has a degree in tourism from New Zealand, the accolade-winning outfit now has over 50 employees and is one of the countries finest tour operators, as well as serving on the country?s most important trekking and moutaineering bodies. Nothing but the best equipment and top-notch guides will take you for the trip of your life in the most demanding, challenging and the most breathtakingly beautiful terrain on planet earth.

Showcasing the magnificent Himalayas has been their passion since 1990. After 26 years of creating world-class itineraries covering trekking, biking, archeological and wildlife trips, their sterling reputation made them to go-to guys for Werner Herzog, the legendary documentary film-maker, in 2002. The company has pioneered several interesting forms of travel throughout Nepal.The praise has been unfailingly flattering, so line up for the best experience of this formidable and breath-taking part of the world, with these experts.

18 years and counting and over 15,000 travellers, and this is only the beginning for this intrepid team of Himalayan experts led by a pioneering entrepreneur of Nepal Tourism, for whom nothing is impossible. They are continuously pioneering new activities like high-altitude sky-dives, endurance races and death-defying collaborations with Discovery Channel. Recipients of numerous local and international awards and citations, they have even served on the country's official tourist board. Sign up. The Himalayas just got a whole lot easier.

A grizzled veteran of the Himalayas who has led treks and expeditions for 26 years is the founder this 15-year old company; in his time he has scaled most of the mighty peaks, including Everest. Even today, he conducts most of the mountaineering trips himself, backed up a handpicked staff of only the best climbers and guides trained by the most prestigious mountain climbing institutes in the country. A perfect combination of superlative expertise, all-round top-notch performance and the outgoing affable nature of its leader/founder, that makes clients return year after year.

This team is all about rafting experts/leaders in development programs/pioneers of canyoning adventures/senior naturalist in national parks/dedicated bird and nature conservationists, all over Nepal. Trek the countless Himalayan trails of their mountain kingdom? Get close to its wildlife? Stay with locals and immerse into the culture? Capture its unique spirituality through its folklore, temples and monasteries? Climb or bike its mountains? Fly down its rivers? These boys have the answers.

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