Patan Durbar Square in Kathmandu

From the religious temples of Kathmandu, jungle activities (elephant safari or tiger trek, anyone?), jaw-dropping mountainous landscapes and ancient cities, Nepal really does have it all. Following the devastating earthquake in 2015, Nepal has now firmly found its feet again and we are delighted to be able to offer it as a magical holiday destination.

People of Nepal

This Himalayan country (Nepal is home to 8 of the tallest mountains in the world) is landlocked between Tibet and India. It’s a small country yet boasts endless highlights. We recommend spending your first few days exploring the fascinating architecture and cultural history of Kathmandu before heading out to the countryside to explore. The Chitwan National Park offers canoeing and 4X4 excursions with the very real possibly of spotting an endangered Bengal tiger and bathing elephants from your infinity pool.

A stūpa is a mound-like or hemispherical structure used as a place of meditation

Best Time to Visit: September – April

Important Facts: Nepal is home to 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites

Getting There: Flights to Kathmandu from the UK via Dubai or Abu Dhabi

Explore Everest by helicopter with our experienced pilots

Please get in touch today to start planning your trip to Nepal.