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Nepal tours are really one of a kind. From the iconic beast of Mount Everest to a tranquil row on Phewa Lake, Pokhara, Nepal’s diversity and welcoming spirit has drawn in enchanted travelers for years.
Everest tours are evidently the main source of intrigue and allure to Nepal, however, with a wealth of great food, an endless amount of hospitality and warmth and a topography teeming with different landscapes, Nepal tours are beaming with different activities and attractions.
The very epitome of adventure travel. Hikers, Trekkers, mountain Climbers all the way to casual wildlife strollers, listen in.
Whether you’re an amateur trekker looking to jump in at the deep end or a thrill seeker looking for some of the most spectacular views on the planet, Everest Base Camp tours are accessible for everyone.
Conquering the whole beast is a different story. Years of dedicated training goes into the preparation of climbing the ultimate challenge of Mt Everest. Climbing to the peak of Mt Everest is not only challenging but also expensive, so plan in advance if you bravely decide to take on the tallest mountain in the world. Everest tours will certainly fulfill every dream of yours and the feat of making it even to base camp should be on everyone’s travel bucket list.
Do not fear, however, if you don’t succumb to the temptation of Mt Everest, the best treks in Nepal are often the less iconic and more off-the-beaten-path treks. The Langtang Trek in the northern region of the Himalayas, and even skirting the Tibet border, offers magnificent views, challenging (but not too challenging) hikes and an opportunity to cross paths with friendly Tibetans (merely traversing 10km of steep hillsides to get home).
The Annapurna Region attracts thousands of keen trekkers each year to explore the wonders of the Himalayas. From snow-capped peaks to finding refuge in a remote monastery, Annapurna tours will invigorate your adventure side along with taking you on a spiritual journey.
It is often agreed that Nepal offers the best trekking opportunities in the world, however be wary not to disregard the splendid mountain scenery of neighboring Bhutan or India, both of which contain an array of mesmerizing treks.
On all of your Nepal trekking tours you will meet endearing Sherpa people and eat and drink some incredibly wholesome Nepalese dishes.
Not only are the main cities in Nepal enchanting and mystifying, they are also very endearing and infectious. For me, the buzz around Kathmandu was electrifying, swathing with excited trekkers, fun-loving locals and ceaselessly providing everyone there with a rugged city that has by no means lost any of its historic charm.
It is simply stunning to kick back and relax on one of many of Kathmandu’s roof-top terraces, where either some therapeutic Tibetan music or the omnipresent Bob Marley tunes reverberate around the relaxed, sun-drenched rooftops.
An hour outside of Kathmandu sits the beautiful temple-ridden city of Patan, an ancient city containing a myriad of brick lanes leading to unimaginably pretty squares or courtyards. I went to Patan in August and caught the atmospheric celebrations of Krishna, where packed Patan squares were filled with people watching holy rituals and traditional reenactments take place. Once again, the rooftop cafe’s offered the perfect vantage point to survey the electrifying scene, after, of course, meandering through the crowds of people and mixing in with the vibrant colors on display.
Durbar Square, in Kathmandu, contains another set of temples with indescribable beauty that you simply can’t miss on your Nepal tours. A tour of the royal palace and the mass of ancient temples will leave you in awe as you come away from Durbar square with aesthetics and spirituality firmly planted in your mind. The beguiling history and fascinating architecture make Durbar Square one of Nepal’s prize possessions.
Chitwan National Park offers great wildlife and safari tours in one of Asia’s greatest nature spectacles. In the hot, humid forests roam one-horned rhino’s, leopards, deer and lurking somewhere is even the possibility of spotting a Bengal tiger. This dense jungle is also home to over 450 species of bird, several different types of monkeys and many crocs and reptiles, gliding through the murky river and thick marshland.
Many people who travel to Nepal will agree that Pokhara is one of those gems that you feel you must revisit a number of times in your lifetime, and it’s almost always included in your ‘favorite cities’ list.
This charming lakeside town offers a whole array of activities, from the famous paragliding cliff to the serene lake kayaking trips, Pokhara’s attractions are endless.
Rows of cafe’s align Lake Phewa and are a nice spot to laze in the sun and absorb the romantic scenery on offer. Pokhara also provides the perfect opportunity to hire a bike and zoom off into the sunset up any of the surrounding mountains to get a scintillating panoramic aerial view of the lake.
Nepal tours run all year long, however for the best trekking months and mountain views, October-May is the prime time to visit, October-November being the peak visiting time.
The monsoon season runs from June-September and although the weather can be temperamental, these times can not only be quiet but also cheap because of the low-season.
Whilst Dal Bhat is the staple dish in Nepal, momos are the staple snack.
Dal Bhat, the traditional Nepalese dish, contains a sumptuous mixture of ingredients, all mixed together (usually with your fingers) and features the vital ingredients to refresh yourself on the tiring mountain treks of Nepal.
Rice, lentil soup, a spicy tomato side and a side of vegetables make this wholesome, hearty dish. The flavors are quite simply delicious.
Steamed momos, eaten at any time during the day, are best when steamed and dipped in the spicy chili side-dish.
Other typical dishes include fried noodles, with either vegetables or meat, and noodle soups, often containing a lot of remedial spices and herbs.
Religion is at the forefront of Nepalese culture. By immersing in the religion of Nepal you will also be propelled into a world of spiritual harmony and ancient philosophy.
A slight hiccup with Bhutan visa but was able to be sorted out by phone from the airport.
The driver was amazing. He got us to each destination safely and was very nice. Our guide in Pokhara was very informative. We enjoyed our time with her. Also our guide in Lumbini was full of knowledge. We learned a lot from them. Everyone on our tour enjoyed themselves. The trip was very memorable because of great services we received from Kishor. I would definitely recommend this tour to others. Thanks for everything!Read More Read More Less
Took my mum to Nepal for 10 days with the tour organized by Kishor. The whole experience was amazing and tour guides very friendly and knowledgeable. Our guide Mark and Deepak were very friendly, knowledgeable and punctual. Kishor has been very competent and helpful. Thank you for an amazing experience! Zara and DulceRead More Read More Less
Kishor was amazing. We felt very safe and well taken care of the whole trip even though Kishor were not with us. The drivers and guides were very friendly and helpful. Kishor were availabil at all times and if any inquiries or if we wanted any changes he managed to do it for us. For instance we wishes for a Everest flight experience at the end of our tour which was not actually planed ahead and he made the arrangements for this in a very convenient way. We have recommended Kishor to so many of our friends and family who already have asked about our trip to Nepal and wanting to visit Nepal themselves. I was traveling alone with my father and daughter a few days before my husband arrives and we felt completely safe about everything. Thanks you so much Kishor for the amazing experience you gave us!Read More Read More Less
The trip organized by Mr. Kishor was amazing. Hotel view is excellent. Guides are very knowledgeable and very proficient in English. Guides are very knowledgeable, friendly and accommodating. They know the best spots for viewing mountains. Vehicle provided was very clean and comfortable. Driver was very considerate, skillful and friendly. We enjoyed our tour in Nepal from 27 Mar - 2 April 2018.Read More Read More Less