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Nepal Trips

  • Valley under Mt Machupuchure
  • Bodhnath Stupa
  • Field of Dreams
  • Sadhu Holy Men
  • Pokhara
  • Colourful Kathmandu
  • Machapuchare
  • Stunning mountain ranges

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In December 2013 the European Union banned all airlines based in Nepal from flying in the 28-nation bloc. Siim Kallas, Commission Vice-President responsible for transport, said:

"The current safety situation in Nepal does not leave us any other choice than to put all of its carriers on the EU air safety list. We do hope that this ban will help the aviation authorities to improve aviation safety. I have already asked the European Aviation Safety Agency to prepare an aviation safety assistance project for Nepal”

In light of this we immediately took the decision to cancel all our itineraries which include the use of domestic and international flights operated by Nepali carriers until the EU ban is lifted and we are satisfied that an acceptable level of airline safety has been achieved.

Further information regarding the EU banned airlines can be found here:

Nepal, the roof of the world, embraces the sky with a jagged procession of more than 240 peaks, including Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain at 8848m. In the south of the country, near the border with India, the region of Terai comprises plains and foothills – a lush, lowland tropical jungle fed by winding  rivers.

In the north, the land quickly ascends to rolling hills, a land of verdant valleys, vertiginous ridges, canyons, gorges, and craggy summits, gradually unfolding to ever higher, sparsely inhabited reaches. At its highest zone, where the air is thin and clean, the mountains of Nepal are dominated by snow-fall and slow-moving glaciers, otherworldly arctic vistas of ice, rock, and swirling white clouds.

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In Nepal, land, sky, and sprit are inseparable. The nation’s ethereal landscapes have long drawn adventurers and outdoors enthusiasts, from expert climbers keen to dominate Everest to kayakers and rafters seeking white-water thrills. Wildlife observation is also popular with the Royal Bengal Tiger, the one-horned Indian rhino, and the Indian elephant among Nepal’s native species. ‘Tea-House Trekking’ refers to the popular practise of trekking between mountain lodges. Nepal has enough national parks, protected territory, and well-worn trekking routes to keep things as remote or connected as you like and accommodation runs the gamut from tents to rustic huts to five-star eco-lodges.

Nepal, like its neighbours India, China and Tibet, is a deeply spiritual place visited by yogis and wandering ascetics – a tradition immortalised some 2500 years ago when Prince Siddharta Gautama renounced his claim to royal power, devoted himself to meditation and attained enlightenment as Buddha. Today, Buddhists are concentrated in the isolated reaches of the north, close to Tibet, where the landscape conceals scores of sacred shines. Elsewhere, Hinduism remains the most practised religion in the country, although in effect, most Nepalese temples serve both Buddhist and Hindu worshippers. 

If anything, Nepal is culturally diverse. Known collectively as Janajati, scores of distinct indigenous cultures, castes, and ethnic groups survive undisturbed in the remote highlands. Their world remains steeped in vibrant myths and colourful folklore, their collective histories complimented by traditions of evocative dance, music, art, and intriguing festivals. By contrast, Nepalese cities, mostly located in the lowlands of the south, are engines of modernity and social change. Politically, Nepal is undergoing profound transformations, having quelled its war with rebel Maoists and shifted from a monarchy to a democratic republic in 2008. There has never been a more interesting time to visit Nepal. 


Places of interest in Nepal

  • Bhaktapur Square, Kathmandu

    Bhaktapur means ‘City of Devotees’ - an apt title for a place steeped in religious institutions and practises....

  • Rhino, Chitwan National Park

    One of the world’s last refuges of the Bengal tiger and the one-horned Asiatic rhinoceros, the Royal Chitwan...

  • Sadhu Holy Men

    Surrounded by rugged mountains and hills, Kathmandu, the modern capital and economic centre of Nepal, sprawls across...

  • Pokhara

    Three out of the ten highest mountains in the world - Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu - are located within 50...