Sitting on the spine of the world, sandwiched between the superpowers of China and India, you’ll find humble Nepal.
A tiny Himalayan country where sherpas trudge the mountain paths and prayer flags crisscross the sky, their fluttering Buddhist mantras snatched on the breeze. We’re not meant to play favourites, but when you’ve been running Nepal tours for three decades, the country kind of gets under your skin. Follow our leaders up to Everest Base Camp, trek the rhododendron forests of the Annapurna, track rhinos through Chitwan National Park or stuff your face with momos in the warren-like streets of Kathmandu's Thamel. Whichever side of Nepal trip you choose, we promise you one thing: you’ve never been anywhere like this.
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Nepal at a glance
Kathmandu (population approximately 1.5 million)
Approximately 30.5 million
Type C (European 2-pin) Type D (Old British 3-pin) Type M (see D)