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Journey into the unknown on a remarkable adventure as you uncover the fascinating culture and traditions of this mysterious land. Nepal, boasting the dramatic peaks of the Himalayas and home to Everest, has long been a haven for those in search of adventure and spiritual enlightenment. From the hive of activity and sensory overload of Kathmandu and its ancient Temples, rich Buddhist traditions, treks through unspoilt Himalayan scenery and searching for rhinos, leopards and wild elephants in Chitwan, a trip to Nepal will enrich and amaze you at the same time.


The best times to visit Nepal are in the spring months (Feb – Apr) and autumn (late Sept – Nov), before and after the monsoon rains of the summer months, temperatures are stable and the weather is clear and dry. Thiscan also be the busiest time for trekking and prices tend to be higher. May – June brings stifling heat before the monsoon rains of mid June – mid September, this can be a challenging time to visit and the weather can cause disruption to travel plans.


You will need a visa to travel to Nepal and a passport valid for at least 6 months. Applications from the UK can be made through the Nepalese Embassy.


The official language is Nepali although many different dialects are spoken. In the main tourist areas English is spoken widely.


The official currency of Nepal is the Nepali Rupee. ATM’s and money exchanges are common in major towns and cities. Credit cards are accepted widely in major tourist areas.


The main entry point to Nepal is Kathmandu and where most tours start and finish. No airlines fly direct from the UK, however a number of Middle Eastern and Asian airlines offer the most direct options with one stopover.


Approx. 12 hours via Middle East or India

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