Nature has been kind to our small Himalayan kingdom. It has expressed itself in a variety of genres. The unique geographical location of this landlocked country has resulted in one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio diversity.
A peculiar and unrivalled ecosystem, it manifests itself within a span of a few hundred kilometers – from the icy cold Himalayan peaks to the sweltering tiger prowling plains. It is a treasure trove of natural wonders with eight of the fourteen highest peaks in the world crowned by the mighty Mt. Everest and home to the rare animals like the Royal Bengal tiger and the one horned rhino.
Sandwiched between two Giants, it was untouched, virgin and unexplored until the early 20th century. Few foreigners had ventured into this mystical land, which was like Pandora’s box waiting to be opened to unfold its mysteries. However since the advent of tourism, the country has shared its riches with millions of visitors who visit the country each year.
No adjective is enough to describe “the true Nepal”. Strange, magical, mystical, invigorating, enriching – the list goes on. Snow clad peaks, rugged barren high altitude deserts, green terraced fields, rustic hamlets, lush green valleys and sprawling plains – the country has everything to satisfy the palate of a traveler. The land of the Buddha for a traveler looking for peace and serenity, home to the intimidating Mt. Everest for an avid mountaineer, rushing big volumes of whitewater for a river runner and several species of rare and distinct flora and fauna – a haven for an ardent nature lover.
It is a perfect heaven to look for some seclusion and cut loose from the every day grind and discover your true self. The unparalleled beauty and rich culture of Nepal makes a trip to the country an exhilarating and culturally enriching experience – a path to self-discovery and personal growth, hence our slogan, “Discover Yourself”