A Paradise that combines Himalayan views, calm and quaint temples, charming hill villages and jungle wildlife watching to offer one of the world’s great travel destinations.
Nepal, known as a curtain of fluttering prayer flags is sublime, silent serenity with a constant backdrop of mountains. Known for its culture, temples and the divine beauty of Himalayas, Nepal is a beautiful combination of Mountain Highs, Sacred Cities, Travel Nirvana & Jungle Adventures.
The “old” city has won note for its numerous Buddhist and Hindu temples and palaces, most dating to the seventeenth century. Kathmandu has been popular with western tourists since the 1960s when it became a key stop on the hippie trail when Jho: Chheen (Nepal Bhasa, continuous house) (Freak Street) became the main location. Rumors prevail that many rock singers used to visit Jho: Cheen and downtown Kathmandu in search of tranquility and Nirvana.
Everest Base Camp Track
A trek to the Everest Base Camp is an adventure of the highest sort, it has the world’s most spectacular mountain scenery. With the help of Sherpa guides and pack animals through the quaint villages, Mani walls and Buddhist prayers on the boulders along the trek. Through the Ancient Trade Routes, monasteries, hiking on steeply uphills and walking through one of the most beautiful valleys on Earth, tops the bucket list of every traveler.
Lumbini – Birthplace of Buddha
One of the world’s most important spiritual sites is home to the historic birthplace of the Buddha. Today you can visit over 25 international Buddhist monasteries, study Buddhism, meditation and visit Buddha’s birthplace itself within the sacred Mayadevi Gardens!
Dolpa – Hidden Valleys of Himalaya
Trek through the hidden valleys of Dolpa, visit the ancient Shey Gompa (The Crystal Monastery), touch the icy waters of Phoksundo Lake, see yak caravans cross high-Himalayan passes, visit some of the highest settlements on earth like the Dho-Tarap valley; Dolpa will never cease to amaze you. The people of Dolpa generally settle at altitudes of 3,660 m to 4,070 m and these are probably one of the highest settlements in the world. There are 130 gompas in Dolpa which speak volumes about the religious nature of its inhabitants.Isolated by the difficult topography, the people in this region have preserved their lifestyle, remaining almost untouched by the trappings of modern society.
The Living Goddess – Kumari
Want to experience divinity in real life? Welcome to Nepal, the land of living gods and goddesses. Kumari is derived from the Sanskrit word Kaumarya, which means princess. Learn the historical significance of worshiping a girl as a goddess; be a part of the tradition that dates back to the 17th century were two of the world’s oldest religions Hinduism and Buddhism interlink.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath is one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for devotees of Shiva. The largest temple complex in Nepal, it stretches on both sides of the Bagmati River which is considered holy by Hindus.
Adventures Like Sky Diving, Zip Flying, Mountaineering, Bunjee Jumping etc.
It was mountaineering that first opened up Nepal to the outside world. Of the world’s 14 highest peaks above 8,000 m, eight of them crown Nepal’s north, including the highest Mt. Everest
Shop to your heart’s content in shoppers’ paradise Nepal! Nepal is a wonderful place to go on a shopping spree. Not only will you see handicrafts you may not have seen before, particularly Hindu and Buddhist paraphernalia, you will discover such souvenirs make excellent mementos. And Nepal is a great place to hone your bargaining skills. If you don’t, you will almost certainly be taken for a ride. It’s all part of the shopping experience here.
Night Life in Nepal
Along with the natural & holy tour of Nepal, you still can be merry in the fascinating action-packed Casinos or shake a leg or two in some discotheques.
People travel to Nepal for various reasons and one of the reasons for their travel especially for the South Asian people has been to play in the Casinos of Nepal and try their lady luck smiling upon them.
There are four Casinos in Kathmandu located in the premises of the city’s top hotels which offers 24 hours of non-stop fun and games like baccarat, blackjack, flush, poker, pontoon, roulette, and other card games and slot machines. This picture shows the Casino Mahjong, from Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu.