Nepal Tours & Holidays

Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country located in South Asia between India and China. Nepal lies in the southern part of the Himalayas and occupies 8 high mountains out of the 14 highest peaks that are above 8000m/29031.69291ft including Mount Everest at 8848.86m. Nepal is well known for being the world's richest country in terms of high Mountains, amazing nature, culture, and historical and spiritual sites. Nepal's Himalayas offer the world's best experience for Trekking and Expedition. It is the best travel destination for nature-based adventure activities and cultural tours.


The Lord Buddha was born in Nepal in 563 B.C. in Lumbini.  A different kingdom ruled Nepal in a different period in the past. The Malla period from the 11 to 16 century is known as a golden period in the history of Nepal. The rapid development of art and architecture all around the country.  The world's tallest Mt. Everest and the world-top Himalayas are the main attraction place to visit in Nepal. Religion and cultures. Aryan and Mongolian are mixed people in Nepal.  Even Nepal has a caste (last Name) system which determines the social rank norms and values. The cat system is determined by the marriage and birth system.

Nature and Attraction 

Nepal has a varied landscape from the Himalayas, Hill, and Terai plain land.  Nepal has 12 different types of beautiful national parks, 6 conservation areas, and 1 hunting reserve from low land to the world’s highest peak. The Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinos, and many thousands of animals and birds are major attractions to visit in Nepal.  Having the world's highest Mt. Everest and the land of the Yeti is catchy to visit in Nepal.  Different type of flora and fauna and the amazing landscape is the key point to explore Nepal.

Nepal highlights

Capital – Kathmandu Government – Federal democratic republic of Nepal.

Religion – 82 % Hindu, Buddhist 10%, Islam 4%, Kirati 3%, Christian 2% and remaining other

Population- 30 million around.

Life expectancy – 72 years

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Visiting in Nepal

Nepal cuddled in the heart of the Himalayas, provides a charming combination of natural beauty and cultural richness. Exploring this beautiful country, you'll encounter snow-capped mountains, lush forests, and serene lakes, which are considered a paradise for trekkers and nature enthusiasts. The vibrant cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara are brimmed with the spirit of spirituality and history, featuring ancient temples, bustling markets, and friendly locals. Immersing yourself in the warmth of Nepali hospitality, savoring aromatic cuisine, and experiencing traditional festivals are lifelong experiences in Nepal. Whether you're conquering Base Camps of the Himalayas, wildlife safari at Chitwan National Park, or meditating at Lumbini, Nepal never disappoints in giving an unforgettable adventure steeped in spirituality and natural wonders. 

Some Popular Trekking regions in Nepal

Everest Region

Annapurna Region

Rainshadow Region

Langtang Region

Manaslu Region

Kanchenjunga Region

Nepal Visa System

Except for Indians, all foreign nationals need to obtain a visa to enter Nepal. If you have obtained a visa, then you must enter Nepal within six months from the visa-issued date. Additionally, foreigners are facilitated with a Visa on Arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport. The cost for a visa on arrival at the entry points is 30 USD for 15 days and 125 USD for 90 days. 

Documents required for Visa

A completed visa application form

A valid passport with at least six months of validity from the date of entry

Passport-size photos

Proof of visa fee paid

Best time to visit Nepal

Nepal offers a plethora of experiences that cannot be fully appreciated in one visit. The best time to visit Nepal highly depends on your interest and to indulge in planned activities. Nepal has variations in climate due to its varying altitudes and landscapes. So here are the activities you can consider in different seasons: 

Autumn Season (September to November)

Trekking: Autumn is the peak trekking season as it features stable weather, clear skies, and moderate temperatures. The trails are at their best during this time.

Cultural or sightseeing tours: It is also a great time for cultural explorations and sightseeing tours like visiting temples and historic sites due to pleasant weather.

Spring Season (March to May)

Trekking: Spring is another excellent season for trekking, as rhododendrons and other wildflowers are in full bloom, creating stunning landscapes.

Adventure Sports: White-water rafting and other adventure activities are popular during this time as the weather is mild. 

Winter Season (December to February)

Low Altitude Treks: Lower altitude treks and sightseeing tours in Kathmandu Valley are enjoyable during the winter months, as there are fewer rainstorms.

Wildlife Watching: Visit Chitwan and Bardia National Parks for wildlife safaris.

Summer or Monsoon Season (June to August)

Avoid Trekking: Monsoon season brings heavy rainfall and the risk of landslides, making it less suitable for trekking and outdoor activities in most regions

Trans-Himalayan Regions: If you're interested in visiting the rain shadow regions like Upper Mustang or Dolpo, they are accessible during this time as they receive very little rain.

Briefly, the best time for you to visit Nepal depends on your specific interests whether you choose sightseeing or trekking activities. Keep in mind that weather conditions can vary from year to year, so it's always a good idea to check the latest weather forecasts and travel advisories before planning your trip. For more details click here

Food And Accommodation


While traveling in Nepal, savoring an abundance of food in various regions is the best culinary experience. The traditional and most popular meal is dal bhat, a hearty meal of lentil soup, rice, and vegetables, often served with pickles. Besides, try MoMo (steamed dumplings filled with meat and vegetables) or relish the unique taste of Newari cuisine, featuring dishes like Yomari and Bara. Don't For the adventurous, taste the delicious buffalo meat and roasted insects. Also, don't forget to enjoy Thukpa, a Tibetan noodle soup, and delight in a cup of sweet, milky chai tea from street vendors. Embrace the local flavors and immerse yourself in Nepal's culinary traditions.



Accommodation is the most significant thing while traveling in Nepal. Nepal offers a wide range of accommodation facilities to suit various budgets and preferences. In Kathmandu and Pokhara, you'll find hotels ranging from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. Tea houses along the trekking route provide basic accommodations for trekkers while homestays with local families are preferable for a more immersive experience. Camping is also an option in some regions mainly while trekking or climbing activities in the Himalayas. 


Faq List

Nepal is a really secure place for tourists to explore. The people there think of visitors as special guests, so they are kind friendly, and welcoming. There is no unfair treatment, wrongdoing, or aggression, even among the locals. That's why Nepal is a great choice for a safe travel destination.

Nepal experiences a varied climate due to its varying elevations. The lowlands of Tarai have a subtropical climate, the middle mountain areas have a temperate climate, and the higher regions have an alpine climate. Tarai tends to be hotter compared to the colder high mountain areas.

Nepal has four major seasons: monsoon, spring, autumn, and winter. During the monsoon season (June to August), about 80% of the rainfall occurs, with lower areas receiving more rain than the higher regions. The Himalayan region is consistently covered in snow, adding to its distinct character.

The best times for trekking in Nepal are during Autumn (September, October, November) and Spring (March, April, May). These seasons have clear skies, nice temperatures, and fewer chances of rain and snow. This makes the trekking paths enjoyable. There are some trekking paths like Dolpo and Mustang that can be done during the rainy season.

The primary tourist destinations in Nepal include Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, Chitwan, Lumbini, Mustang, Bardia, and Illam. Similarly, renowned trekking and expedition areas consist of Sagarmatha (Everest), Langtang, Shey Phoksundo (Dolpo) National Park, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Kanchanjunga Conservation Area, which are the popular national parks and conservation zones of Nepal.

Well-known dishes in Nepal include Dal Bhat (a meal with rice, curry, lentil soup, and pickle), Momo (dumplings), Set Roti (flatbread), Chowmein (stir-fried noodles), Khaja Set (Samaya Baji - a traditional assortment), Lassi, Thukpa (noodle soup), Samosa, Gundruk Achar & Soup,  Yomari (a sweet filled dumpling), and Juju Dhau (a type of yogurt).

Trekking, expeditions, tours, Rafting, safaris, Bungy Jumping, and numerous adventure activities are widely enjoyed and popular things to experience in Nepal.

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