A Nepal tour will showcase the masterpieces of stonework in and around Kathmandu that date from the Kingdom’s founding. The ancient Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur are examples of the fine artistry of the age, and nearby museums provide additional historic and cultural context. Kathmandu city also holds two of the holiest pilgrimage sites in the country: Pashupatinath, sacred to Hindus, and Swayambunath, sacred to Buddhists.

No Nepal tour is complete without journeying out into the countryside from the capital though, and Pokhara is a top getaway. Nestled on a peaceful lake with views to the Annapurna range, Pokhara makes a perfect weekend escape from the city. Alternatively, animal lovers will find Chitwan National Park an ideal place for exploration. With the chance to walk, ride elephants, or drive through the jungle tourists are guaranteed to encounter many different animals in their wild habitats in the park.

Looking for a religious Nepal tour? Just a few hours from Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal is Lumbini, the site of the Buddha’s birth. In other parts of the country, too, tourists can visit both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage sites such as Janaki Temple, Manakamana Temple, Gosainkunda Lake, and Muktinath Temple.

Nepal is an adventure tourist’s paradise – trekking, rafting, bungy jumping, safari touring, mountain biking, and so many more activities are available here year-round. Whether it’s ascending snowy peaks or rushing down a white-water river, Nepal has the right adventure for everyone.

With such a unique blend of adventure activities, mountain scenery, historic culture, religious experiences, and colourful festivals, a Nepal tour will surely leave a strong impression on you for years to come.