Where the highest point of the world rests, Nepal is home to Mount Everest, home to Lord Buddha where it all began, and certainly one of the very few places where modern colonies wouldn't have reached at all. This beautiful country sits at the borders of China with tall mountains shielding it. Nepal is diverse but just as cheery. Making it an ideal visit for soulsearchers and culture hungries.

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BHUTAN NEPAL – Paro Thimphu Kathmandu Pokhara

12 Days
Kailash - Manasarovar

Mount Kailash – Manasarovar 15 Days Tour

15 Days

NEPAL – Everest Base Camp

10 Days
Best places to visit in Nepal

NEPAL 8 Days Adventure Tour

8 Days

Must Do Adventure

  • Discover new meaning in life at Kathmandu and inhale the refreshing breeze that envelops and soothes your senses on the Nepal Tour. Visit the famous Pashupatinath Temple and Swambhunath Temple before enjoying a fun shopping spree at Thamel. Stop to admire the magnificence of the pavilions, pergolas, ponds of the Garden of Dreams, and go trekking in the Langtang National Park.

    Breathe in the fresh air of Kathmandu
  • Mingle with the friendly and fearless sherpas who will drive out your fears and encourage you to brave the highest climb at the Nepal Tour. Soak in the breathtaking views of the Nepalese hamlets, and get lost in the dreamy blue skies and snow-capped mountain peaks at the Everest camp. There may be slight snow-fall during the trek.

    Feast your eyes on the panoramic beauty of the mountains
  • Trek through the idyllic villages of the Sherpas, beginning from the Dudh Koshi, climbing through the forests of pines, magnolia, and rhododendrons, and finally making it to the grand monasteries of Nepal. Visit Namche Bazaar, the most beautiful village of Nepal, famous for tourist shops, elegant hotels, and more during the Nepal Tour.

    Explore the idyllic and picturesque Sherpa villages

Bucket List Experience

Kathmandu | Bucket List Group Travel


The Nepal Tour begins with sightseeing and trekking at Kathmandu, the land of lush valleys, mountain peaks, blue skies, and beautiful weather. Visit Boudha Stupa of Tibetan Buddhism, Narayanhiti Palace Museum, Thamel Chowk for shopping and refreshments, Freak Street to have fun with hippies, Pashupatinath Temple for the paying homage to Lord Shiva, Garden of Dreams for reconnecting with nature, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and many more. Treat the adventure junkie in you with trekking, hiking, jungle safaris, rafting, and other extreme sports at Kathmandu.

Lukla-Phakding | Bucket List Group Travel


Situated in Khumbu, Lukla is a small and quaint town, from where the Everest hike begins on the Nepal Tour. Walk gently across the rickety suspension bridge to Phakding Village, a heritage site recognized by the UNESCO, at the banks of the Dudh Kosi, the River of Milk. Spend the day at Lukla Phakding, the village at 2610 meters above sea level, at a beautiful hotel. It is an easy trail, and sherpas will be there to assist you whenever you need help. The lodge at Phakding is pretty luxurious too.

Namche Bazaar | Bucket List Group Travel

Namche Bazaar

Located at 3440 meters above sea level, Namche Bazaar is the home of the friendly and fearless sherpas. Explore the lively and vibrant Bazaar by beginning from the Sagarmatha National Park that boasts of snowy peaks and picturesque valleys and glaciers along the trail. The National Park is the habitat of rare animals like snow leopards, red pandas, and musk deer. Catch a glimpse or drink in the vision of the magnificent Kwangde Peak, Lhotse, and Kusum Kanguru, and Nuptse Wall.

Thyangboche | Bucket List Group Travel


Strap on your mountaineering gear and go on an excellent hiking trip in Pokhara. Take a long and peaceful walk around Lake Phewa and feast you eyes on the serene landscapes and architecture of the World Peace Pagoda and take in the views of the beautiful Annapurna ranges as well. Enjoy the most exciting bungee jumping, zip-lining, and paragliding activities over the lake take in the exhilarating views of the Great Himalayas. Go on a hiking trip to Sarangkot Viewpoint for fascinating views of the mountain peaks.

Dingboche | Bucket List Group Travel

Chitwan National Park

Set out on exciting Elephant Back Safaris with the experienced mahouts to explore the wildlife of Chitwan National Park and comb through the forests of the Park in a Jeep Safari to examine the habitats of wild animals and observe the breeding activity of Marsh Magar, gharial, and tortoises. Take a look at the elephant calves and cow elephants at Elephant Breeding Center and enjoy a slow and peaceful canoe ride on the gentle rivers of the lower plains of Nepal.

Lobuche | Bucket List Group Travel


Located at 2175m above sea level, Nagarkot in Nepal is the peace haven of hikers and mountaineers all over the world. Drink in the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountain peaks while hiking in the evergreen hill, Nagarkot. Enjoy the Everest View Paragliding activity over the verdant hills and snowy peaks of Nagarkot and take a plunge into blissful ambiance while hiking along the fantastic Nagarkot Nature Trail. Take in the marvelous views of the Himalayas from Nagarkot View Point Tower and hike along Nagarkot Buddha Peace Garden Hiking Trail.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Visit Nepal during October and November and in April to enjoy the Nepal Tour without battling with weather problems.

Travel Guide


Nepal is situated along the slopes in the south of the Himalayas. India, Tibet, and China landlock the country.

Capital City

Kathmandu, the beautiful city, is the capital of Nepal.

Main Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport at Kathmandu is the primary airport in Nepal.

Language Spoken

Nepali and Maithili are the two main languages widely spoken in Nepal.


Nepalese Rupee is the currency of Nepal.


Secure a visa at the Nepal Embassy or the consulate of your nation to enter Nepal. You can also get a visa from the International Airport at Kathmandu.


The standard values are 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the plug point is suitable for power plugs of types D, M, and C.


The doctors recommend typhoid, meningitis, and Hepatitis A vaccinations and booster dose for tetanus, mumps, polio, and measles.

Emergency Calls

The emergency phone call numbers are 100 for police, 102 for an ambulance, 101 for the fire brigade, 103 for contacting the traffic police, and 104 for help with children.

FAQs about Nepal

What is internet access like in Nepal?

Wi-Fi access of 512 kb to 1 MB is readily available in hotels, cafes, and restaurants. Most of the locations of Nepal have internet cafes for tourists on the Nepal Tour.

Can I use my mobile/cellphone while in Nepal?

Get hold of an unlocked mobile phone of GSM-900 to use the local cellular networks to make calls.

What are the toilets like in Nepal?

You will find clean and western-style toilets at almost all the guesthouses, hotels, and restaurants of Nepal.

Can I drink the water in Nepal?

Do not drink river water and tap water in Nepal. Mix a halogen tablet or boil the water before drinking.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Nepal?

Major credit cards are accepted in almost every hotel, restaurant, and shopping center in only Pokhara and Kathmandu of Nepal.

What is ATM access like in Nepal?

Carry sufficient cash during the Nepal tour. However, ATM centers for popular international credit and debit cards are available in Pokhara and Kathmandu of Nepal.

What to wear in Nepal?

You are going to feel the coldest on the Nepal Tour, so pack in the warmest of layers, sweaters, woolens, mittens, and more. Don’t forget to take pictures in traditional Nepalese costumes.

Is Nepal safe for women to travel solo?

It is perfectly safe for women to travel solo at the Nepal Tour, as long as you seek the help of the sherpas.