Sightseeing in Nepal
There is a lot more to Nepal than mountains and adventure, we have developed the following itineraries for people who perhaps want to take life at a slower pace, with enough time to enjoy and take in the vast wealth and richness Nepal has to offer.
Of course this is not exclusive, even adventures enjoy the odd visits to places of cultural and historical interest as there is so much to see,do and learn here.The Kathmandu Valley alone contains seven World Heritage Sites and these go only a small way to reflect the fabric of a culture so evidently laid down by the past and shaped by the generations gone by.In fact we think, whatever you have come to Nepal for, it is a good idea to at least have some knowledge of the beautiful country you have come to.
Showing trips from 1 to 4 of total 4 trips.
Outside The ValleyDestination : Nepal
Pokhara Pokhara is Nepal’s second city it is situated in the western part of Nepal and surrounds the beautiful lake Phewa it takes around six hours by road or twenty five minutes by air.There are some fantastic views of the Annapurna range from Pokhara it would be very difficult to find a town with such a […]Read more
BhaktapurDestination : Nepal
The Bhaktapur city is protected as a UNESCO world Heritage site. Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon, it means city of the Devotees. It is the third major town of the valley and in many ways the most mediaeval. The Bhaktapur is on of the most charming architecture showpieces of the valley as it highlights the […]Read more
PatanDestination : Nepal
The ancient city Patan is situated 5km Southeast of Katmandu, nowadays it is difficult to seperate it from Kathmandu itself, although the pace of life here is decidely slower.It is known as the city of fine arts and the city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. The diversity of the medieval culture provides […]Read more
Kathmandu ValleyDestination : Nepal
Kathmandu as a settlment dates back over two thousand years and many dynasties have come and gone over the years.Today Kathmandu acts as the gateway to Nepal Tourism and it is the nerve centre of the country’s economy. The Kathmandu Valley today is a verdant and fertile one,it has always been a major trading hub with tribes […]Read more