From its rugged terrains to the fascinating history and untainted culture, few places can hold a candle against Nepal as one of Earth’s most naturally exotic destinations in the world. The birthplace of Lord Buddha holds an alluring infusion of Buddhism and Hinduism, and is blessed with stunning temples and Sherpa villages set against a backdrop of natural wonderment such as Mount Everest and the iconic Himalayas. Adventurous travellers all over the world make their way to Kathmandu, the political, commercial and cultural hub of the country, as the starting point of their amazing journey ahead.

Top 5 Must Do's

The Himalayas

The Himalayas

If there is one thing that should be in any adventurer’s bucket list, it would be trekking the Himalayas. One of the most dramatic landscapes in the world, come on over and take in the gravity-defying mountains and vast lands, and live amongst the simple lives of the Nepalese natives in the Sherpa villages.



The late Edmund Hillary had once said “If there is a paradise on earth, it begins from the north to Pokhara". The harmonious infusion of snow clad peaks, sapphire blue lakes, green forest, underground waterfalls, deep gorges and bountiful hills make this valley nature paradise one of the most picturesque places in Nepal.

Mountain flight around Mount Everest

Mountain flight around Mount Everest

The Average Joes can only dream about climbing up the world’s highest peak – Mount Everest, but if hiking is not your cup of tea, there is another option for you! Charter flight services are available to bring you around the elusive mountain, where you’ll get to enjoy a spectacular view of one of Earth’s most magnificent natural marvels. Hey, now you can truly boast that you’ve seen the top of Everest!

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Beautiful architecture and intricate detailing adorn this huge complex in the heart of the old city. With heritage buildings representing the four kingdoms (Kantipur, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur), the complex is one of the must-visit places in Nepal. There are 50 temples distributed in two quadrangles, such as Taleju Temple, Jagganath Temple, KalBhairav, Swet-Bhairav, Kumari Temple, Kasthamandap, and Nautalle Durbar. So much culture and heritage amidst such beauty!

Swayambunath Stupa

Swayambunath Stupa

Popular folklore has it that the whole valley was once a lake, out of which grew a lotus. Manjushree (a bodhisattva of wisdom) cut the gorge with his magic sword, allowing the water to flow out of the lake and the lotus flower was transformed into a stupa. The stupa has since become one of the recognizable symbols of Nepal, along with a variety of shrines and temples in the religious complex, a Tibetan monastery, museum and library which were added in the later years.

To and from airport

Transportation To Duration Fare
Taxi City centre 30 mins Around NPR 300

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Quick Facts

Nepalese Rupee (NPR)

220V 50Hz     

Nepali, English

Time zone
UTC +5.45

Tel code

Hinduism, Buddhism



5°C - 10°C
Cold and a little damp
Bundle up as the weather may be freezing, or your frozen bones may be mistaken as the abominable snowman.


11°C - 18°C
Cloudy and cool
Great time for walks and snapping pictures for your Instagram.

24°C - 26°C
Warm and hot
Drink plenty of water when going out and about. Expect rainy weather as well.

20°C - 24°C
Sunny days with cool nights
Best time to visit and trek the countryside. All-terrain footgear highly recommended.