The REAL “Magic Kingdom- Nestling in the Eastern Himalayas, between India and Tibet, Bhutan is a stunning destination for the intrepid traveller. It is home to a beautiful and varied landscape, a wealth of cultural sights, and a diverse people. Here’s everything you need to know, from the capital of Bhutan to visa rules.
Everything you need to know before you go! From the high peaks of the Himalayas to the crowded spaces of the Kathmandu Valley and the steamy jungles of the Terai, Nepal is rich in unforgettable experiences. It is home to a beautiful and varied landscape, a wealth of cultural sights, and a diverse people. Here’s everything you need to know, from the capital of Nepal to visa rules.
Family life in a remote Himalayan mountain village in Nepal has many similarities to family life just about anywhere.The kids have school homework to do....meals need to be cooked....a living needs to be earned etcThe basic needs of shelter, warmth, love, food, water are the same.....the difference is that a lot of this isn't achieved … Continue reading Family is Family – Nepal Himalaya
Enjoying a spiritual holiday in Nepal is almost part of being in Nepal by default. Such is the power of the majestic Himalayas and the ever present influence of both Hinduism and Buddhism in Nepal, that even the most fervent un-spiritual often say they found their time in Nepal to be........life-changing!
Just which are the best treks? Nepal is renowned for trekking. But none of the world famous ones like the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit Trek make it onto our Top Five Treks. Nepal (at least in our opinion) has much better choices.
Poon Hill is one of the most famous view points in the entire Himalayas. At 3210m and with just 5 days of walking, this is the ideal first time trek in Nepal to do, particularly if you're short on time too.
A unique opportunity to partake in a very special Nepal "not for profit" tour. Combining an eco-holiday with voluntourism and much, much, more. Contribute – Create – Flourish – Adventure This is a “not for profit” group tour to not only see the splendour of the Himalayas, but to also get really involved, contribute and … Continue reading GO “MAD” IN NEPAL –How you can “Make a Difference”