Nepal is a mythical and beautiful country, offering so much to see and do. Explore medieval towns in breath-taking valleys, take a safari in the Chitwan National Park to see the famous tigers, visit unique architecture ornate temples and old kingdoms, and get an adrenaline rush by white water rafting, kayaking or mountain biking. You will be amazed at the friendliness and openness of Nepali people and their fascinating culture.
Our itinerary ideas for your tailor-made holiday in Nepal
These itineraries are flexible and can be tailor-made to suit your exact needs. Take a look at some sample Nepal Itineraries.
Kathmandu – Explore hidden temples, local markets and old workshops in bustling Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, a melting pot for the different ethnic groups of Nepal. More…
Chitwan National Park – Visit Nepal’s oldest reserve, and discover wonderful wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. Chitwan National Park is home to one of the largest populations of the magnificent Bengal Tiger. More…
Bardia National Park – For those who wish to explore away from the crowds, Bardia National Park offers amazing wildlife experiences and sometimes huge areas of the park to yourself. More…
Pokhara and Annapurna – Pokhara is home to fascinating caves, waterfalls and Tibetan villages, and is ideal for trekking, providing the end point for the famous Annapurna Circuit trek, a memorable experience. More…
Everest – Home to the world’s highest peak, the Everest region is an area of breathtaking beauty, challenging walking routes, and friendly local communities. More…
When to go
Nepal has the typical monsoonal, two-season year. The dry season runs from October to May and there’s the wet (monsoon) season from June to September.
Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) bring near perfect weather and are definitely the best times to come to Nepal.
Due to its lower altitude, Pokhara is warmer and more pleasant than Kathmandu during winter, but hotter before the monsoon and wetter during it.
Kathmandu is Nepal’s only international airport, and there are several international Airlines that offer flights. The flight time from the UK is 10 hours.
You may find it more cost effective to get an indirect flight via New Delhi.