Nepal Holidays

Nepal is a country which demands to be explored. You’ll find this haven for hikers, cyclists and climbers nestled in between Tibet and India – it’s home to everything from the mighty Himalayan peaks to subtropical forests, ancient temples, bustling cities and sleepy villages. This destination embraces Buddhist values and is described as a deeply spiritual place; from the vast highlands down to the quaint villages, a mystical quality can be felt in the air, and its colourful prayer flags are iconic across the globe.

On Nepal holidays, you can discover the incredible mountain ranges and wild craggy landscapes, reflecting the ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity of this country. The north contains eight out of ten of the highest mountains in the world; many travellers flock to Mount Everest to stand in awe of this mighty phenomena. There are countless treks to embark on too, from the Annapurna Circuit with its forests and majestic scenery, to the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, where you can wander through the blooming rhododendron forest, down to the Gurung villages.

When you don’t want to hike, raft, kayak and climb your way through Nepal’s fascinating landscapes, tour the ancient stupas and monasteries to get a feel for this extraordinary place. Alternatively, visit Chitwan National Park to gaze at noble tigers, rhinos, and bears in the wild. Then, unwind and feast on some delicious momos (Nepalese dumplings), and experience the complex flavours and spices of this wondrous land.


  • Marvel at the World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara

  • Tuck into some momos (Nepalese dumplings)

  • Trek along the Annapurna circuit, one of the world's top hiking routes

  • Spot wildlife at the national parks

Key info

  • Capital City: Kathmandu

  • Languages: Nepali and Maithili

  • Currency: Nepalese rupee

  • Time difference: GMT + 4.5 hours

  • Flight time: 12 hours to Kathmandu

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Having travelled extensively throughout the Indian Subcontinent, Katy loves spending time in Nepal and enjoying its tranquil Himalayan scenery. As it experiences much less tourism than its colourful cousin India, Nepal provides a great opportunity to explore away from the crowds, and Katy's highlights have included watching Rhino frolick in a river at Chitwan National Park, trekking in the mighty Himalayas and cooking momos (Nepalese Dumplings) in the artistic hub of Bhaktapur.

Nepal Trip Ideas

All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 01483 319 333

Places to go in Nepal

Here are some of the best places to go in Nepal. Got a few ideas about where you’d like to go or need some help? Call our Travel Designers now: 01483 319 333

Map of Nepal

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