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Nepal Holidays

With the soaring peaks of the Himalayas running all the way down its northern flank, Nepal is often called 'the roof of the world.' Exploring this spiritual mountain destination, with its dazzling lakes, vertiginous rice terraces and staggering panoramas, should be top of any traveller's to do list.

A holiday in Nepal enthrals and excites on multiple levels - from those lofty, snowy crags all the way down to the low lying plains. The lush, sultry jungles of the Terai are home to National Parks, where rare species like one-horned rhino and Bengal tiger still roam, and the trees are filled with vibrant birdlife.

There is a string of UNESCO-listed ancient cities running through the country, where time really feels like it has stood still. Bhaktapur, Patan and the vibrant capital Kathmandu are stuffed with serene, wing-roofed temples and incense-wreathed shrines dedicated to Buddhist, Hindu and Animist gods.

Wander around the markets discovering regional flavours, and get lost in a city full of heady aromas, chaotic colour and cacophonous noise. Chance encounters with local people can be particularly special, and seeing how they live and work is one of the delights of Nepal. Don't be surprised to find yourself caught up in an exuberant festival procession, as there's something happening almost every month of the year.


Looming high above everything, and utterly unmissable, are those amazing mountains, and - though trekking in Nepal can be an incredible experience - you don't have to trek to enjoy the Himalayan scenery. Places like Bandipur with its cobbled streets and ancient verandas, and Pokhara set on a serene lake and humming with a backpacker vibe are both perfect for kicking back for a few days and soaking up the views.

A journey through Nepal truly is a kaleidoscope of sights, sounds and aromas. You'll find it completely unique, and utterly unforgettable.


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Rhinos & Rhododendrons

Taking an alternative approach to a classic Nepal combination, this journey contrasts the heady and hectic streets of Kathmandu with the open savannah of Chitwan National Park. Slow down to search for tigers and rhinos amid the wilderness, before strapping up your boots for a light trek between two atmospheric lodges in the Himalayan foothills around Pokhara.

Price from: £2,290 US$2,790
Ideal length 11 days
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