Not To Be Missed In Nepal


  1. Kathmandu Valley
    No visit to Nepal is complete without a visit to the Kathmandu Valley. Whether you are visiting Kathmandu Durbar Square, the old city or venturing out to the other royal cities it can be a mesmerizing experience.
  1. Go trekking
    Visit the tallest mountain in the world! Take a trek along the iconic Annapurna circuit or explore new routes like the breathtaking Mardi Himal trek.
  2. Spend a day in Patan
    A former royal “city of artists” due to its exquisite architecture, carvings and temples. Visit the elaborate golden temple or venture south to see a temple made of 1001 Budhas.
  3. Visit the Monkey Temple
    It sits on a perch at the top of the Kathmandu Valley looking out over everything and everyone. It’s the Swayambhunath Temple also known as “the monkey temple” due to it’s long resident primate guests.
  4. Take a Jungle Safari
    Take a half day bus to Chitwan National Park and venture out into the jungle to see wild one-horned rhino or ecperience elephant conservation. For the more adventurous take a road less traveled to Bardiya in search of the elusive royal Bengal tigers.
  5. Meet a Sadhu
    Either in Pashupatinath or Kathmandu Durbar Square you are sure to see the painted face of Nepal’s mysterious holy men, the Sadhu!
  6. Go Shopping
    Whether you are shopping for pashmina, wood carvings, khukuri knives or Buddha beads souvenirs are affordable and widely available in Nepal.
  7. Spend a night or two in Bhaktapur
    Another royal city of Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur offers a quieter time with plenty to see at you leisure.
  8. Meet a Living Goddess
    Whether you are in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur or Patan you can try to catch a glimps of the only living goddess in the world today. The Kumari.
  9. Circle the Stupa at Boudhanath
    Visit the world’s largest stupa in Boudhanath and join in with devotees as they circle around. Visit a local monastery followed by a walk to Pashupatinath to make for a great full day out.
  10. Meditate in Lumbini
    Visit the birthplace of the Buddha and find the path to enlightenment. Find your own quite spot under a sal tree or visit one of the many monasteries.

11. Pokhara

It is said ” If there is a paradise on earth, it begins from Pokhara.” Obviously, on the lap of Annapurna Himalayan Range, Pokhara is blanketed with emerald blue lakes, green forests, deep gorges and underground waterfalls, caves, hills and rills. If Kathmandu is the cultural hub- Pokhara, a place of exhilarating beauty is to refresh and relax and to discover the mysterious creation of nature. People from different part of the world come here just to awake the sleeping beauty.

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