KATHMANDU - PATAN - BHAKTAPUR
BODNATH - PASHUPATINATH
CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK - POKHARA
MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP
see more > MUSTANG see more >
WHEN YOU’RE OUT OF YOUR OWN CULTURAL CONTEXT, YOU HAVE CONVERSATIONS WITH YOURSELF THAT YOU DON’T HAVE AT ANY OTHER POINT IN YOUR LIFE. WHEN YOU’RE IN A HOTEL ROOM ON THE BORDER BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL YOU CAN REALLY DISCOVER THINGS ABOUT YOURSELF. - DAVID MITCHELL
NEPAL can be best described as a smorgasbord for travellers. It literally asks you 'who would you like to be today?'

An explorer whose joys lie in taming the magnificent challenge eight of the world’s largest mountains, including Mount Everest, throw at you?

An adrenaline-seeker whose rushes are derived from rafting in stormy rivers or jumping into steep Himalayan gorges?

A nature-lover whose nights are spent dreaming of a day with tigers, rhinos, crocodiles and millions of species of birds? A historian who would like to pay homage to Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, that is one of the world’s holiest places since the 3rd century B.C.?

A spiritualist who seeks peace in the mantras of the monasteries? A world-traveller who is intrigued by the combination of a century-old monastery chant progressing right besides a jazz bar that looks like it was transported from New Orleans?

A creature of comfort who is content to toast some of the world’s most spectacular mountain views with a glass of champagne?

So make your choice or choices. This tiny little mountain kingdom won’t disappoint you.