Like India, Nepal has played host to visitors from time immemorial. This small Hindu country is home to the ten highest mountains in the world – including the highest part of Mt. Everest. With its stark peaks, deep valleys, dense jungles and heavily populated cities, Nepal is a country comfortable in its own skin.

Straddled on three sides by India, Nepal shares a lot of its cuisine and culture with that of its larger neighbor. Its Hindu heritage can be seen in its multitude of temples and in the main palaces. As a country that has recently embraced democracy, the ruling family still holds sway across the country.

It is the perfect destination for thrill seekers, and we offer a range of exciting activities here. Its rich wildlife includes the Royal Bengal Tiger and the one-horned Rhino, the Asian elephant, the red panda, the clouded leopard and many more. The country offers many adventure opportunities including biking, trekking and mountaineering in some of the most pristine areas of the world.