Book a Tour to Nepal

Nepal has some of the world's best trekking routes, you can expect a challenge, spectacular scenery and the experience of your life! The Himalaya's are stunning and by signing up to a trip you will be able to walk in the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. You will walk, hike and trek through different terrain, from forests, to mountain paths to snowy plains. There will be challenging ascents on most treks where you will get stunning views across the region, this will make the time and effort getting to the top of mountains worth it.


Nepal & Annapurna Trekking Tours

Mount Everest and The Annapurna Circuit are world famous trekking destinations which have been a popular destination for adventure seekers for years. You can expect some of the most stunning backdrops and scenery you will see in the whole world here, the mountains rise to over 8,000 meters above sea level.

These trips are not for novices though you will need to be in good physical shape to join a trek. On organised tours and treks here you will get to stop off at local and remote Tibetan Buddhist towns and villages, see holy sites and also sample the tasty food along the way. There are lots of treks available and you can research the best one for level of experience. 

You will need to be well prepared, must take items include warm clothes, hiking boots, thick socks, first aid kit, water purification tablets, energy food like chocolate and bio-degradable / reycycable water bottles.


Nepal Wildlife Tours

There is more to Nepal than just trekking and adventure though, you could travel overland and explore numerous UNESCO designated World Heritage Status locations including the Chitwan National Park and the Sagarmatha National Park which are teeming with wildlife. These are great places to take in the surrounds, explore on foot, try to spot wildlife like the rare snow leopard or just take in the spectacular views of Mount Everest in the background. The whole area covers around 124,000 hectares so you could spend weeks seeing it all.

In 1984 the Chitwan National Park was granted UNESCO World Heritage Status and has one of the most impressive backdrops in the world - the Himalayas. This is one of the most spectacular areas of Nepal where wildlife still roam the area, it is here you might be lucky enough to spot a rare Bengal Tiger or Asiatic Rhino. We highly recommend joining an organised tour where you will be able to see more wildlife like elephants and monkeys, you can also take a boat ride down the river just watch out for the wild crocodiles!

There is over 900km of area which makes up the Chitwan National Park and you can join tours and jungle safaris here and get to stay in the park. Our wildlife tours in Nepal will take you to the best locations.


How to Book

Our trips and experiences can be booked in advance and departures are all year round. If you need any help booking a trip to Nepal please get in touch.