It takes time! Time to plan your trip and time to get to your destination. Perhaps, if time could be shortened, the numbers of people visiting the Himalayan region would increase. However, time cannot be altered and yes, it is a long way to this magnificent region. So, take your…
As your plane approaches Nepal, and clouds obliterate the ground, yet suddenly, and almost miraculously; the clouds dissipate and you see the hilly aspects of the Kathmandu Valley spread out below you.
As a man who defines himself in terms of trekking, Jaya Tamang thrives on discovering new and better routes for trekkers. Whether it is a hard or an easy route, makes no difference to him. It primarily has to be new and offer a better view or a different trail…
Kathmandu Valley, a city seated in the laps of the Great Himalayas, is considered the abode of the Gods. Doused in stories of divinity and godly power, the valley maintains its spiritual status with the hundreds of thousands of temples it houses. Often called the playground of the gods, the…
In March this year, the plan for a perfect adventure was a full speed. We’d been working on a list of the ideal adventure activities in Nepal. In 2014 when the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi had made a visit to Nepal, he had unequivocally mentioned the high tourism…
‘I asked Siri where the happiest place on earth is and she replied, “Bhutan”’, says Cat Grant to Supergirl in the TV series Supergirl. Scenes like these convey the notion of peace and tranquillity that is associated with Bhutan.
At the foot of the glorious Mount Hepo Ri, on the shadow of untamed hills surrounded by staggering jagged peaks stretched out endlessly in one direction, Samye monastery sits like an oasis glistening in the Tibetan sun.
From the magnificent Jambay Lhakhang of Bumthang to the Punakha Dzong, sheltering the world’s most diverse Himalayan ecosystems, to finding an unsullied perspective on the culture of Bhutan, Festival tours are exciting and special.
Sometimes known as Nepal’s most unknown path—reveals a rich picturesque canvas, filled with dazzling panoramas and a multitude of natural wonders. Mardi Himal is not a tall mountain by Himalayan standards.
Bardiya National Park, renowned for its wonderful biodiversity, its surreal uncultivated beauty, and its animals, rarely disturbed, and its melodic sounds of chirps and twitters, await exploration and admiration.
No cattle class here! Be dazzled by the sight of Mt. Everest up close. Helicopter rides are the key to seeing this fantastic mountain up close and, for many, a chance to photograph this extraordinary peak in views that are not readily available to most. So fly today! #EverestHeli#EverestTour#EverestTrek#LuxuryTour#FlyEverest
A varied assortment of itineraries, our trips engulf travelers with views of fabled mountains in #Nepal and the swirling mix of culture and religion of Bhutan. Our network reaches out to every portion of the great Himalayan region, where the mystical chants of #Tibet and the green meadows of Northern India await fortunate travelers. Become one of Himalayan Dreams' satisfied clients and immerse yourself in a glorious trip designed especially for you! #Nepal#Tibet#Bhutan#Travel
Paro Tsechu in Bhutan is being celebrated on March 26-31 this year. Bhutan’s glorious culture comes alive through glorious festivals. An endless stream of visual delights.Join #HimalayanDreams on this incredible journey that explores not only the rich traditions of Bhutan’s celebrated resilient cities of Paro and Punakha, with their grand forts and beautiful landscapes, but also the region’s holy places, where the sumptuous palaces of the Gods, their empires, and their blessings have been transformed into atmospheric junctions of prayers and rejoicing. #BhutanTrip#BhutanTsechu#Tsechus#Bhutanfestivals#ParoTsechu#ParoFestival#BhutanTour#BhutanTravel.
Annual Chariot Festival, famous in Newar community. According to myths, the festival marks the victory of Goddess Durga over a demon who used to kill and devour on local children in ancient days. #NepalFestival#Kathmandu#Nepal