Trekking in Nepal
Everest, Annapurna, Mustang & more – Nepal
Discover the beauty of the Roof of the World trekking around the highest Himalayan peaks!
Mountain trails, prayer flags, and the famous snowcapped peaks of the world’s highest mountains.
Nepal is a trekker paradise and its rich cultural background makes it one of the most charming travel destinations in the world. Step into peaceful hill villages and fertile valleys, visit the golden temples, hike on trails sprinkled with wildflowers and enjoy the view on the snowy peaks and the gigantic glaciers this country is famous for!
The capital of Nepal is a rich mix of the east and west, the old and the new, where tradition jostles with modernity. The Durbar (palace) Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site lies in the heart of the city with the old palace accompanied by a number of pagoda style temples that boast of superb craftsmanship in wood and metal. The village of Bodhnath is the centre of Nepal’s exiled Tibetan community and home to Asia’s largest stupa, a spectacular white dome and spire that draws Buddhist pilgrims from hundreds of kilometres away. Find peace and prayers on the little hillock of Swaymbhunath, overlooking the valley. Visit the holy Pashupatinath Temple for an out-of-this-world experience. The temple stretches on both sides of the holy Bagmati River, where cremation of Hindus take place on raised platforms.
Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Kathmandu Valley is a melting pot of diverse cultures, religions, arts and crafts. Discover ancient temples and monuments in the valley of the Gods where Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist in perfect harmony. Outside the city of Kathmandu, other Unesco World Heritage Sites a