Nepal honeymoons

For a stellar honeymoon in a landscape of vast Himalayan peaks, shimmering waters and undisturbed forests, head straight to Nepal. The ‘rooftop of the world’ is simultaneously dramatic and serene, and a Nepal honeymoon combines exhilarating exploration with complete calm - just you, your new spouse and the beckoning horizon. Trek across a mountainside then relax beside a sapphire-blue lake, or spend a morning searching for rare orchids before soaring over Mount Everest in a helicopter! Add in a sprinkling of luxury hotels and some of the world’s best food, and you’ve got the perfect destination for couples with a sense of adventure.

4 extraordinary reasons to spend your honeymoon in Nepal

  • Spot wild rhinos on a Chitwan National Park safari - embark on a jungle walk from Tiger Tops's Tharu Lodge and get closer to Nepal's exciting wildlife.Feast on a banquet fit for a king - enjoy a cornucopia of Nepal’s regional cuisines with the Dwarika Hotel’s legendary 12-course dinner.
  • View Everest or the Annapurna's from the skies - those short on time or lacking the energy to trek, can still get close to the soaring peaks with a scenic helicopter experience.
  • Unwind on the shores of Pokhara’s serene Phewa Lake - paddle-boat over Phewa Lake or trek through the mountains to reach the Pavilions Himalaya Lake View, for a serene sojourn within one of the world’s most inviting landscapes.
  • Experience Manakamana Temple - ride the cable car to the temple of the goddess Bhagwati, and make a wish together.

One country not enough?

Nepal combines particularly well with Tibet, Bhutan, India and Sri Lanka.

Have you fallen for Nepal?

Call us on 01273 670 001

Get in touch

Responsible Travel in Nepal

In Nepal, change really does start at home. Nepal's many homestay opportunities creating the perfect platform for travel being a force for good. By many metrics, Nepal is amongst the most economically challenged countries on the planet, with restrictively low average household incomes and an extremely challenging geographical and geopolitical location. The climate crisis also feels particularly critical here, with glaciers receding and snowline's rising. The people of Nepal face a multitude of challenges.
One of the most rewarding aspects of travel, we believe, is really getting close to the ground - it leads to more meaningful and thus more rewarding experiences. Whilst the concierge staff of a 5* hotel are no doubt wonderful people, wouldn't you rather be sharing the kitchen with a lifelong resident of Kathmandu, or out walking with a local herder in the foothills of the Himalaya? By incorporating a homestay (or 3) in your travel plans, we take you closer to the real Nepal; we can even arrange overnight stays in a number of monasteries, helping you achieve a great understanding of Buddhism and the part it plays in Nepalese culture.
When trekking, we champion lesser trodden trails, visiting communities that need the income the most. In the polluted cities we try to minimise the use of vehicles although the limited public transport options makes this tough. Nepal is one of those magical places where we like to think that we all instinctively challenge ourselves a little bit harder; to do the right thing and travel the right way, when the opportunity arises.
 

Find out more about Selective Asia's Responsible Travel policy and our innovative One Bottle at a Time initiative.

Your Nepal journey...

Explore a few of our Nepal itineraries for inspiration, but rest assured your honeymoon will be tailor-made just for you (two). 

In focus: Stay at a Nepalese homestay

Spending a night or two in a thriving community is a wonderful way to get beneath Nepal’s craggy surface and see beyond the tourist scene. A rural homestay connects you with your local hosts and shows you a more personal side to the country. Helping with everyday tasks, cooking together and being part of the daily rhythm brings new insight to your travels, allowing you to glimpse the ordinary and extraordinary aspects of life in modern Nepal.

Find out more information about staying at a Nepalese homestay and the best time to travel to Nepal.

What our honeymooners have to say...