Visa & Immigration
Nepal visas are required to all nationals, except Indian Passport Holders. You can get your Nepal visa prior to your arrival from Nepalese Embassies and consulates overseas. If you are traveling to Nepal by land, Nepal Immigration offices are open to all travelers. A valid passport and a passport-size photo with a light background required.
If you are flying to Kathmandu you can easily obtain your visa to Nepal on arrival, you must fill in an application form before immigration counter at one of the automatic registration machines, which will also take your digital photos.
Nepal Tibet & Bhutan Tour
From the breathtaking views of Mt. Everest as you fly to Bhutan, to the stunning sights of the Dochula Pass, experience the serenity of Buddhist monasteries and the spectacular scenery of this mountain kingdom. Be touched by the warmth of its people and wonder at the unique character and abilities of the architecture and the desire to create a serene and magical kingdom. From the forested mountains of Bhutan watch the scenery change to the windswept hills of Tibet. Here the Potala Palace sweeps upward to the sky and the aura of peace pervades this religious Buddhist haven high up in the Himalayas. Be inspired by the serenity of its people and the spectacular grandeur that comes from the stark and beautiful countryside. Lastly, plunge into the bustle and eclectic variety of the Kathmandu Valley. Monasteries, motor bikes and a thousand different experiences await the visitor to this bustling Nepalese capitol city. Tour the ancient Thamel, shopping bazaar, see the many different aspects of Nepalese life as you explore and enjoy the excitement and activities that mark this interesting place. Conclude your trip with the thrill of a jungle adventure deep in the jungles of Chitwan. You will come away with memories to last a life time. Himalayan Dreams for an unforgettable trip!
Narphu Valley Trek
The spectacular valleys of Nar and Phu in Nepal were closed to tourists until 2002. As a result, much of this area hasn’t been trekked at all. These are regions inhabited by ethnic Tibetans with a distinct cultural identity of their own. A trek around this area is one that combines sights of high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, dense forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas and unique cultures. Those who have already been around the Annapurna region would have slightly missed the trail to this beautiful region since it requires one to cross a bridge leading over the Maryland River to the steep portals of the Nar/Phu valleys. The entry to these valleys, while narrow at first, later on leads one to a wide expanse of land which commands views of snow-peaks, ancient villages and high altitude grazing settlements. You can explore the valleys above Phu and then from Nar cross the Kang La to Ngawal on the upper Pisang route leading back into the Annapurna circuit.
Namche Bazar, Nepal
The village is located on crescent shaped mountain slopes that offer stunning views of the mountains across the valley. It is a grueling 3 to 4 hour climb up from the river to Namche, and at 3,500 metres, it is possible to suffer altitude sickness here. Therefore, it is advisable to spend at least two nights in the village to acclimatize.
OPTION 1 - From the Makalu side via the Barun National Park, famous for its flora and fauna, after a spectacular flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar.
OPTION 2 - Via Lukla, the Mera La and Hinku valley as if going to Mera Peak. We would exit via the Amphu Labsa Pass past Island Peak and then down the main Everest trail.
Everest Helicopter Tour
You will fly from the Tirbhuvan international Airport to Lukla, the gateway to the world's highest peak. On the way you will be able to see the majestic views of Nagarkot, Dolalghat, Charikot, Jiri, Lamjura, and Junbesi before you arrive Lukla. After a short stop at Lukla, then flight takes you towards the main attraction of the flight, your much awaited encounter with the majestic Mount Everest in all its glory.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Green Park Chitwan
Tradition meets trends culture meets class. While you might be resting on a mattress that would take you to the ninth cloud, your smile would tell that the walls are embellished with red clay from the very soil of Baghmara. Your head would be rested on wood and cushions, but just a hand's reach away would be an air conditioner that would whisper the coolest of breeze.
The temple of Pashupatinath is the richest and holiest Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is merely 6 km east of Kathmandu and a center of annual pilgrimage on the day of Maha Shivaratri which falls in the month of February/March. It is a cubic construction with four main doors, all covered with silver sheets.
Boudanath Stupa is situated 8 km east of Kathmandu and built in 5th century AD by Lichchhavi King Mana Dev is on an octagonal base inset with prayer wheels. This spherical Stupa is held in great veneration both by the Lam as of Nepal and Tibet.
It is one of the world’s most glorious Buddhist Stupa (Chaityas) and believed to be more than 2000 years old, presenting a typical example of stupa architecture. This stupa is situated approximately 4 Km west of Kathmandu City.
Markha Valley Treks
Desert in the sky has something different for everyone. Markha has a remote feel that belies its proximity to the heart of Ladakh, ideal for Buddhist monks in search of seclusion. Dramatic ruined gompas mark the sheer craggy skyline above intimate villages of green fields – a magical place of carved mani stones and white chortens against richly coloured rock: startling re ds and vivid greens. We start in the beautiful metalworking village of Chiling on the Zanskar river; one of many lovely orchard campsites. With time to explore the active monasteries on the way at Skiu and Markha village, we gradually follow the river to its source at the magnificent wide alpine pasture of Nimaling under the snowy peak of Kang Yatze. We spend an extra day here exploring the inviting views over the distant Changtang plateau, then make a slow, steady ascent to the fantastic prayer-flag-festooned Kongmaru La.
The views here are simply spectacular: high peaks immediately behind us, immense distances across Zanskar even to K2 in the west; to the east the Indus valley stretching away far into Tibet. Then descending through fantastic polychromatic gorges, the habitat of the agile ibex and blue sheep, we visit the great active monastery at Hemis before the short drive to Leh.
Delights of North India
Rajasthan is one of the world most popular tourist destinations. Its wide expanse of historical amusements, and the staggering Thar desert provides breathtaking sights for those with a taste for vast barreness, history and culture. Rajasthan’s history is one of conquest, re-conquest, and the rise and fall of empires. It has been once hailed invincible even by the Mughals who passed through the very length and breadth of India, and many braves rose and fall in this royal state. We begin at Delhi and then move to Agra and visit the Taj Mahal.
A brief visit to the heart of Sufism in India, Fatehpur Sikri, we visit the Ranthambore National Park. After that, we explore Rajasthan and a number of fascinating architectures around it.
Delhi and Taj Mahal Tour
Welcome to the opulence of the 19th Century! Offering an introductory tour to the land of rajahs, ranees, and the glory that was the jewel in the crown of the British Empire. Discover the imperial monuments of Delhi, the royal palaces of Jaipur and the glittering wonder that is the Taj Mahal! Visit India and follow the famous Golden Triangle. Enjoy an introduction to India's three most popular destinations: Delhi, Agra and Jaipur ! Explore the icons and discover the secrets of this fascinating region. Experience massive forts, the opulence and splendor of Rajasthan's palaces, the bustle and buzz of markets and bazaars, and the traditions of a heritage home stay. Travel through a land full of contrasts on this compact India tour.