Nepal is great for kids. Fun, stimulating and of great educational value too. Making new friends is easy when you’re a child, and the Nepalese kids are very friendly also. They are taught English from an early age.
A one week Nepal vacation. Ideal for “culture vultures” and families too. A gentle tour of the delights of rural Nepal staying at our very own boutique heritage hotels in hill village Nuwakot and the Newari mountain town of Bandipur. A great way to discover the real soul of Nepal and avoiding the main tourist traps too.
A two week Everest Base Camp Trekking vacation. Cut out the several days of the return trek and fly directly to Kathmandu from the Everest Base Camp area by private helicopter !
Simply put on a camping trek in Nepal all you need to do just about is eat, sleep and walk Yet the thought of camping high and wild in the Himalayas seems to either inspire people or send them running in search of a 5 Star hotel! Here's our FAQ's about a camping trek in the Nepal Himalaya.
Stuart Butler - Author of the Rough Guide to Nepal and Lonely Planet Trekking in Nepal recently went hiking into Upper Mustang, Nepal with Snow Cat Travel
Reaching Upper Dolpo (for locals and tourists alike) involves many days of challenging trekking over high mountain passes, as well as negotiating the fearsome "Demon's Trail" that skirts its way perilously above the impossibly turquoise waters of the stunningly beautiful Phoksundo Lake.
With a back drop of the magnificent Himalayas, a soaring vulture with a colossal wing span is a wondrous sight. In Nepal they've taken the initiative in getting tourism to play an important part in saving the plight of the vulture. Yes.....Vulture Restaurants, fly in not drive in. These amazing birds are in big trouble … Continue reading Supper’s Ready – Vulture Restaurants of Nepal