Nepal is an incredible destination home to breathtaking hidden valleys, eye-popping scenery and world famous National Parks. Nepal is home to the highest mountain ranges in the world, measuring well above 8000 meters and there is good infrastructure for international visitors. Going to Nepal gives you the opportunity to see spectacular scenery, meet friendly locals, sample tasty cuisine and also go on an adventure - some of which will be the biggest challenges you ever face in your life.
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Nepal is a mountain kingdom like no other and a must-see for trekkers and culture seekers who are after a really life-changing experience. You could join a trek and hike the Himalayas, play golf, get close to wildlife or travel overland and see more of this spectacular country, a visit to the huge National Park in Chitwan is recommended if you like wildlife. There are also lots of cultural destinations in Nepal including visiting the birth place of Buddha.
Nepal is widely acknowledged as the birthplace of Lord Buddha, specifically in Lumbini which is now visited by thousands of people every year. This is a very holy and religious country and by visiting the Lumbini Gardens, the Ashokan Pillar and seeing the local temples. In 1997 this area was named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you are a practising Buddhist or if you would just like to learn more about Lord Buddha this destination will be a great learning experience and a very spirital experience.
Whatever experience you are seeking you can enjoy the unique opportunity of travelling through Nepal with our amazing small group holidays. The tour companies we have listed will arrange everything and taking the hassle out of your travels, the hardest part of your trip will be saying goodbye to your new travel friends and Asia! Search activity, eco and wildlife holidays in Nepal from leading international and local operators.