Nepal

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Filled with beautiful religious monuments and jaw-dropping scenery, Nepal should be on your bucket list. It’s majestic mountains and mythical atmosphere create an extremely unique location that is definitely a must-see.

Important information

  • Time Difference: GMT +5.45
  • Approximate Flight Time From UK: 12 hours
  • Visa required: Yes (On arrival)
  • Currency: Rupee (£1 = Approximately 130 rupees)
  • When to Travel: Autumn and Spring When the Weather is Temperate and the Skies are Clear. The Summer is Wet and Cloudy.

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See the Sites

Zathmandu - Zero Distance Travel

Kathmandu

Nepal's capital is a riot of colour, noise and activity. Even after the devastation of the 2015 earthquake, there is much to see with ancient temples, palaces, markets, busy workshops and quiet courtyards. The city lies in the Kathmandu valley, which itself contains many important historic towns, such as Patan, which can be easily visited in day trips.

Pokhara - Zero Distance Travel

Pokhara

Pokhara was far from the epicentre of the earthquake, and it was almost unaffected. It remains a laid-back place, with spectacular views across Lake Phewa to the majestic mountains. It is the gateway to the numerous trekking options of the Annapurna range and numerous adventure holiday options.

Chitwan

Chitwan National Park is a World Heritage listed reserve covering forest, marsh and grasslands in the steamy south of Nepal. Unaffected by the earthquake, it is a must for nature lovers, with abundant wildlife including rhinos and the elusive Bengal tiger.