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Being situated at the transition zone between the Eastern and Western Himalayas coupled with tremendous altitudinal variation has made Nepal a remarkably diverse country. Indeed, it is pleasantly shocking to learn that the land known for its treks up Mount Everest is also a haven for such emblematic mammals as the Asian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros and 800 bird species, including the Great Indian Hornbill. Here we offer supported lodge-to-lodge treks, one of which takes you to Everest’s base camp, another to the base of Annapurna. Hiking trails are available for all levels of ability. Those seeking cultural treasures will enjoy the world-class artistic and architectural heritage in the ancient kingdoms of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley where the Himalaya’s most sophisticated urban cultures developed. The birthplace of Buddha is here, at Lumbini, and the spirituality that radiates from this special place pervades the entire country.
  • Always remove your shoes before entering a Nepali home
  • Walk around a stupa clockwise and spin prayer wheels clockwise
  • Nepal has the only flag that is not quadrilateral, it is comprised of two triangular pennants which symbolize the Himalaya
  • According to Hindu scripture, the god Shiva resides in the Himalaya
  • Nepal has the highest concentration of World Heritage Sites, with the Kathmandu Valley having 7 World Heritage Sites alone
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Signature Moments
  • Having momos, thupka and butter tea in a café with views of the stupa
  • Walking up to the sun rising over Everest from our Nagarkot hotel
  • Meditating with the monks at the birthplace of Buddha

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