Besides trekking and peak climbing adventures, Nepal is rich in colour, cultural landscape and ethnic diversity. Landlocked between superpower neighbourts, China and India, Nepal combines a small paradise filled with pupil-dilating experience from rich subtropical forest for Jungle Safari, spend discovering the historic treasures of Kathmandu or just get relaxed in a laid back town at Pokhara. Your journey begins with the first step into Kathmandu – the capital city where you enjoy unusually well-rounded, gently active journey. Kathmandu is yours to explore for medieval cities, colourful festivals and excellent hiking experience. Venture into UNESCO’s World Heritage site like Bodhnath Stupa – Nepal’s largest Buddhist stupa, Pashupatinath – the site of cremation, the palaces of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur which has preserved its ancient character. Hike to Nagarkot for sunrise or sunset with classic panorama of the Himalayas. Otherwise participate in festivals hike around the mid-hills of Kathmandu of grand variety. There are plenty of remarkable sights in Kathmandu which can be memorable and – though it may seem surprising or just intoxicating.
Outside Kathmandu, you can visit a miniature bazaar of Bhandipur or venture for Safari Adventure in Chitwan. In the jungly lowlands, you can have elephant rides, jeep tours, canoe trips and jungle walks each give a different slant to experience jungle safari and provides an ample opportunity to see one horned rhino or Bengal tigers. However, lakeside Pokhara is a chilling lake city with spectacular scenery, adventure activities and multiple food choices.