Kathmandu & Surrounds

Kathmandu is a fantastic base from which to explore the many treasures of the surrounding region. Explore  and experience Pokhara- a place of remarkable natural beauty, Chitwan- second capital of Nepal, Lumbini- the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Gorkha- town with great historical significance, Namche Bazaar - entrance to the Everest region, Helambu- famous for its scenic grandeur and pleasant climate  and many others tourist destinations from Kathmandu . So allow enough time to linger longer and enjoy.

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Address : Lamjung

Lamjung-Indulge in a historical, cultural and natural odysseyThose who have been there swear by its beauty and return...
Address : Pokhara, Nepal

If Kathmandu is the cultural hub of Nepal, Pokhara is its center of adventure. An enchanting city nestled in a tranquil valley, it is the starting po...
Address : Chitwan, Nepal

Chitwan is known as heart of Nepal and second capital of Nepal. Chitwan lies about 155 km south of Kathmandu in the central southern Terai of Nepal. ...
Address : Lumbini, Nepal

Shakyamuni Buddha was born in Lumbini, in southern Nepal, twenty-five hundred years ago. Since his time, Nepal has been a sacred ground for Buddhists...
Address : Baglung, Nepal

Located in the middle hills on the west of Pokhara, Baglung is the headquarters of Dhaulagiri Zone. It is situated on a terrace overlooking the Kali ...
Address : Bandipur,Nepal

Midway on the Prithivi Highway between the capital Kathmandu and the resort town of Pokhara lies Bandipur, a picturesque Newar town that still ret...
Baraha Chhetra
Address : Baraha Chhetra, Biratnagar, Nepal

Baraha Chhetra is one of the four greatest Hindu pilgrimages. This is the spot where Barah, the boar incarnation of Lord Bishnu, protector of the uni...
Address : Biratnagar, Nepal

Biratnagar is Nepal's second biggest city. The place is prospering as a magnet for trade and Industry. Streets are lined with array of concrete build...
Address : Birgunj, Nepal

Birganj is the busy border town which serves as the main entry point to Nepal for travelers from India. It is a rapidly growing industrial town conne...
Charikot / Jiri
Address : Charikot / Jiri, Nepal

About 133 kilometers from Kathmandu, Charikot provides a spectacular mountain view of Gaurishankar. In the eastern upper part of Dolkha township ther...
Address : Daman,Nepal

For a view of the breathtaking grandeur of the world's highest peaks from the far west of Dhaulagiri to the east of Mt. Everest, there is no better p...
Address : Devghat , Nepal

Devghat is a popular pilgrimage spot situated at the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and Trisuli rivers. It lies just north of the jungle safari desti...
Address : Dhankuta, Nepal

Although Dhankuta is only 75km by excellent road from the Terai, it seems more like a million miles. This hill town is being developed as a regional ...
Address : Dharan, Nepal

Dharan lies right at the foot of hills, but the transformation when coming from Terai is dramatic. It is a hill town with hill people. Dharan is also...
Address : Doplo, Dolpa, Nepal

Dolpo (sometimes written Doplpa) is the most remote and least developed district in Nepal. The western half of the area has been set aside as SHE- PH...
Address : Gorkha, Nepal

Gorkha is a scenic hill- town with great historical significance. King Prithvi Narayan Shah,  who unified the Kingdom of Nepal during eighteenth...
Address : Gosainkunda, Rasuwa, Nepal

One of Nepal's most famous religious places of pilgrimage is Gosainkunda lake situated at an altitude of about 4360 m. Surrounded by high mountains o...
Address : Helambu, Nepal

Helambu, situated about 72 kilometers north- east of Kathmandu, is famous for its scenic grandeur and pleasant climate. There are many Buddhist monas...
Address : Hile, Dhankuta, Nepal

It is situated about 13 km north of Dhankuta Bazaar. The panorama of the major peaks of eastern Himalaya including Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest), Makalu, ...
Jumla / Humla
Address : Jumla, Nepal

Jumla, on the banks of the Tila River at 2370 meters, is one of the highest rice growing areas in the world. The entire Tila valley is covered with p...
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