Nepal invites you to immerse yourself in its medieval city squares, serene Buddhist monasteries and sublime palaces.


Nepal invites you to immerse yourself in its medieval city squares, serene Buddhist monasteries and sublime palaces.


The expansive UNESCO World Heritage listed national parks of Nepal are home to some of the most exotic flora and fauna on the planet; tigers and rhinos roam freely. Walking and trekking opportunities abound for every level, and the country's Himalayan scenery will have you reaching for superlatives wherever you are in the country. River rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding, kayaking and climbing are also on offer for those of a more active bent.

Why travel with us ?

Nepal is a small country but with so many possibilities – sublime monasteries, national parks teeming with wildlife and, of course, stunning Himalayan scenery. We have travelled extensively in Nepal - and we know and love its charms. 

As such we offer a range of small group tours in Nepal. Classic Nepal covers the essential sights including Kathmandu, Chitwan National Park and Bhaktapur. Hidden Nepal visits some regions less accustomed to tourists - picturesque villages on the Tibetan plateau and remote monasteries. We also offer a variety of combination tours with India and Bhutan.

If you prefer a tailormade tour - whether cultural, wildlife, trekking or any other interest - or any combination of these, do get in touch and one of our specialists will be happy to put together a tour to suit.
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Quick Facts

Capital: Kathmandu
Population: Around 29 million
Languages: Nepali, Bhojpuri & Maithili


Blessed with the world`s most formidable mountain range, the Himalayas, Nepal is rightly considered the trekking capital of the world. Many come to conquer the mighty Mount Everest, but Nepal boasts numerous other mountain trails, each taking in remote communities and spell-binding landscapes. Our expert guides know the terrain intimately and ensure that your trekking experience is both safe and as exhilarating as the scenery itself. 


Nepal`s capital, Kathmandu, is an intoxicating mix of sights, sounds and smells. A walk through its backstreets reveals the capital`s vibrant cultural and artistic heritage, with hidden Hindu temples overflowing with marigolds and squares filled with drying chillies.


With quaint streets and a charming atmosphere, the ancient town of Bandipur is one of the few trading posts that still retains its Newari culture. Wander through the winding streets lined with Newari houses and admire the 18th century architecture. Explore the temples, shrines and holy caves and get an insight into the past of the Kathmandu Valley. 

Chitwan National Park

Meaning ‘heart of the jungle’, the World Heritage listed Chitwan National Park is one of the best wildlife parks in Asia. Spot monkeys, leopards, sloth bears and some of the 450 species of birds that call the reserve home. Ride elephantback looking out for the endangered one-horned rhino and the elusive Bengal tiger. 


Surrounded by bewitching natural beauty, Pokhara is known as the centre for trekking. Take a boat out on the serene Phewa Lake or hike into the Himalayas on the famous Annapurna Circuit and take in panoramic views. Explore Gupteswore Cave, the largest cave dedicated to Lord Shiva, and marvel at the magnificent Devil`s Fall. 


Bardia - The largest national park in the Terai region, Bardia protects one of the largest stretches of tiger habitat in Asia. The park also has healthy populations of numerous other mammals, including elephants and one-horned rhinos, as well as diverse bird life. Get there before the crowds discover this pristine wilderness. 

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