Nepal offers some of the most spectacular and unrivalled experiences in the world. Nepal is the home to 8 of the highest mountains in the world including Mt. Everest. From the highest point in the world to near sea level in its south, nepal also boasts sub tropical jungles, home to the elusive Bengal Tiger and the proud asiatic one horned Rhino.
Due to the extreme geography, Nepal can boast is its status as an adventurer's paradise. Possible activities in Nepal are: mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking, white water rafting, kayaking, mountain biking and paragliding.
Over the course of history, Nepal became an established stopping point for traders and pilgrims alike on their great trans himlayan journeys. As its status grew ove the centuries, Nepal becam a melting pot of cultures, predominantly a mix of Hinduism and Buddhism. This unique history is still observable today as Nepal can be considered a living museum. The ancient temples and shrines, still worshipped, are central to the lives of millions of Nepalis. Kathmandu valley alone has 7 world heritage sites recognised by UNESCO. Visitors are welcome to these sites to capture a glimpse of the ancient mystical Nepal.