Nepal, a Himalayan landlocked kingdom, sandwiched between two power giants of Asia: China on north and India on all other sides. Though small in its size more than 30 millions people lives here with recorded 125 ethnic groups practicing their own culture and tradition. The topographical variation start from 70 m lowland to the world’s highest peak Everest 8848 meter resulting from the sub tropical to Arctic climatic condition within the span of 200 km width. Nepal boasts many diverse cultural world heritage sites including the Lumbini that is the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
Cultural diversity and topographical variation makes Nepal a unique destination to the cultural and adventure enthusiasts. Thus Nepal is paradise for the adventure activities like trekking, hiking, peak climbing and expedition, jungle safari, white water rafting, canyoning etc at its best form. Having so much adventure activities in Nepal, we have seen many travelers returning back again and again to explore its wonders and beauty. No doubt, Nepal – Once is not Enough.
in between India & China
12′ and 30° 27′ North
4′ and 88° 12′ East
47,181 sq. Kilometers (56,827 sq. miles)
One of the few cities in the world where
Seven World Heritage Sites are situated
within 20 km radius
40 Ethnic Groups & 70 Spoken Languages
and Buddhism co-exit in perfect harmony
making Nepal a ‘Melting Pot’ of both religions
living Cultural Heritage :
heritage is alive and dynamic. Shamanism,
Witchcraft are still practiced in remote
regions. Temples, Shrines, monuments and
monasteries are extremely active with devotees
burning butter-lamps, singing hymns, chiming
temple bells and playing drums.
Democracy with Constitutional Monarch
Arboreum (Lali Gurans)
the world’s deepest gorge ‘Kali-Gandaki’
to highest point on earth ‘The Everest’
possesses some of the most outstanding bio-diversity
in the world, ranging from sub-tropical
Rain forests to Alpine desert.
ranges from Tropical in the low lands to
Arctic in higher altitudes.
: Mostly rains at night, making the
following days crispy clean and fresh.
Most of the northern belt of the Trans-Himalayan
zone is rain-shadowed and ideal for trekking