Best places to see in Nepal – Our Top Five!

Nepal is a beautiful country, but like any country not everywhere is just so. Here are some suggested and rather varied places we think you'll find interesting.  A mix of the "usual suspects" as well as "off the beaten path"....

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Tea House Trekking in Nepal-What are lodges like?

Many treks feature accommodation in trekking lodges….called teahouses historically in Nepal.About 85% of people who go trekking in Nepal are undertaking a tea house trek. What are they like?

The Ultimate Bhutan Travel Guide

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.

The Ultimate Nepal Travel Guide

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.

Why is a visit to Bhutan so expensive?

This commonly asked question really depends upon what you are using to determine “value”. Absolutely, if you use money alone as the only factor, then there’s no doubt about it. Bhutan is appalling value for money. Especially if compared to Nepal. Bhutan is going to cost you maybe six times more than Nepal, on as “near as you can get” like for like basis. The best way we can describe Bhutan is that is a 10 Star experience at 5 Star prices, but you only get 2 Star in return for your money.

How to reach your “Spiritual High” in the 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!