Nepal, the heart of the Himalayas, boasts plenty of amazing tours. Visit Sherpa villages while trekking the Everest Base Camp trek. Experience Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath temple on a sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital and cultural hub. Or, enjoy more nature and see rhinos, tigers and elephants on a jungle safari in Chitwan National Park.
“We did the EBC trek in May 2019 and it was the most amazing experience I've ever had. This wouldn't have been possible without our guide Naryan and porters, Naresh and Madan. Naryan has a wealth of information about the Himalayas that he shared with us making the trek really interesting. He's also very attentive and monitored our heart rate and oxygen levels daily to ensure we're all healthy. Naresh and Madan helped carry our bags during the trek with a smile and managed to beat us to the destinations everyday.
I'd definitely recommended doing the Everest Base Camp trek and if you do, go with this company and ask for Naryan to be your guide.”
“Such an amazing experience. Made more enjoyable with our genuinely friendly and knowledgeable guide Narayan. This extends to Govinda our Sherpa both always there for great conversations and encouragement. We were looked after like friend's. Each day was explained and we had our oxygen and hearts checked every night of each stage. The tea houses were very accommodating and food a plenty. We certainly will return for other expeditions with HS. And hope to catch up again next year”
“Thanks Himalayan Scenery Treks and Expedition for arranging such a well managed and fun trek package for Everest base camp. Our Trek to Everest Base Camp has left me with BEST EVER!!! Life Long Memories.
Highly recommended them and I am sure you won't be disappointed.
Many thanks once again .”
Below we are highlighting some of the most famous tours and holidays in Nepal. Due to its mountainous terrain Nepal offers excellent tour opportunities within trekking and climbing, kayaking, river rafting, and mountain biking, all activities where Nepal excels compared with other destinations around the world.
Rafting in Nepal one of its many great rivers in Nepal has always been a popular activity. Whether you are a novice or a Class 5+ rafter, Nepal has plenty of rivers to provide you with a good dose of adrenaline rush.
Some of the famous rivers to explore in a kayak or on a raft are Bhote Kosi, Sun koshi, Trisuli, Karnali, and the Kali Gandaki River, and many others. Nepal is simply a mecca for river rafting and kayaking tours!
Pokhara has also been touted as one of the best places in the world to go paragliding, thanks to its unique geothermal patterns and stunning landscapes.
Chitwan National Park
One of the UN World Heritage sites, Chitwan National Park is a must see for lovers of wildlife. It is Nepal's oldest national park and home to endangered species such as the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinos and Ghariyal crocodiles. Visitors can explore the park on elephants or in a safari vehicle. It is also possible to spend the night in watchtowers called Machans. If you have 3 days available that’s enough to see Chitwan National Park.
Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, is another UN heritage site that might be of particular importance to the spiritually inclined. This sacred site is not just a draw for religious devotees, though. The shimmering lights, sounds, beautiful temples, sculptures, and manicured grounds are artistic treasures and a pleasure to the senses.
Kathmandu boasts of seven UN World Heritage sites, so there is plenty to see for the cultural-minded. The Durbar (Palace) Squares in the cities of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan highlight centuries of history, art, culture and tradition in the valley. These historical places are a host to opulent palaces, incredible woodwork and masonry, and impressive art galleries. Also worth the time is a visit to Nepal's holiest site, the UNESCO-listed Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, as well as Swayambhunath Stupa (also known as Monkey Temple), which offers sweeping panorama of Kathmandu valley and playful primates. Another famous attraction is the Boudhanath Stupa.
Things to Do in Pokhara
In Pokhara you will be able to visit many of its caves, extensive water system and the beautiful Fewa lake where one can take a paddle boat and visit Barahi Mandir, an island and temple in the middle of the lake. Other fascinating things to do in Pokhara are mountain bike rides, visit the peace pagoda, strolling up and down lakeside, paragliding, and perhaps a kayak tour down the Lower Seti River, or river rafting down from the Upper Seti section.
Mountain Bike Tours in Nepal
Nepal is a mecca for mountain bike enthusiasts. If you’re in Kathmandu Valley you will be able to find a host of different mountain bike tours, and the same goes for Pokhara. If you’re looking for adventurous mountain bike tours it is possible to mountain bike the famous Annapurna Circuit trek , or even magical Upper Mustang.
Nepal is a tour and holiday mecca with some of the best treks, climbing and river rafting tours in the world! Before you go, make sure that you know the best time to visit Nepal. If you're looking for more information, please do check our Nepal Travel Guide for further Nepal insights and travel tips.