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Nepal

Nepal offers something for everyone. Kathmandu and the surrounding valley is home to ancient pagoda temples and traditional red brick palaces with intricately carved wooden window and door frames built by Nepal's original Newari kings. Walk through the pedestrianised Durbar Squares and continue into the tiny bazaars to uncover thriving vegetable markets, buy spices from tiny shops overlooking Hindu shrines and enjoy the busy atmosphere in the city.

See a selection of our suggested itineraries below and contact our Nepal travel specialist, Rachel Cooper, to arrange your tailor-made holiday on: +44 (0)1242 787 814.

Active Nepal 〜 13 days

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Showcasing Nepal's extraordinary variety while offering activity and adventure. Begin in the vibrant city of Kathmandu, followed by a few days trekking in the Annapurna foothills. Some time relaxing in Pokhara precedes a gentle raft down river for two days camping on the river bank before a couple of days searching for wildlife in the lush, jungle clad southern belt. From £2,695 / $4,254

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Highlights
  • Seeking Bengal tiger by elephant back in Chitwan National Park
  • White water rafting in the Seti river valley
  • Exploring the village of Ghandruk in the Annapurna foothills, one of the key recruitment centres for Gurkha soldiers

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Himalayas by Helicopter 〜 7 days

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A true once-in-a-lifetime experience. Travelling by a combination of fixed wing aircraft and helicopter, access parts of Nepal that few others reach without many weeks' trekking. The highlight must be having tea with the King of Mustang in his palace in Lo Manthang but the helicopter ride over Everest Base Camp with an Everest Summiteer comes a close second. From £7,099 / $10,999.

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Highlights
  • Taking tea with the King of Mustang. 
  • Visiting Kagbeni, a tiny village of mud houses set in the valley of the Kali Gandaki River.
  • Flying over the Annapurna Mountain Range by helicopter.

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