Journey Through Nepal

The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal earlier in 2015 has been an history altering chapter in this Himalayan kingdom’s history. Now much of the debris from Nepal’s historical sites, such as Kathmandu’s Basantapur Durbar Sqaure and Patan Darbar Square has been cleared and the sites are now reopen to the public. Tourist support is extremely important to Nepal and this beautiful mountain kingdom will bounce back in all its former glory.


The Himalayas are the center of many fairytales, legends, stories and folklore. These beautiful majestic mountain ranges are filled with flora and fauna, small villages, glaciers and so much bird life that you can spend days exploring, walking, trekking or doing any adventure activity that strikes your fancy.



Known as the hub for adventure sports, avid adrenaline junkies are drawn to Nepal for amazing hiking trails, trekking possibilities, mountain biking paths, bungee jumping, river rappelling or rafting, canyoning and the joy of doing all this amidst the best mountain landscapes you will ever find.



South of Nepal lie its dense national parks where you can spot exotic birds, animal species, diverse flora and fauna and do all this on the back of a gently swaying elephant or a grand jeep safari.