The Himalayas, have for centuries inspired adventurers, poets, and pilgrims to visit the land of the Gods and Goddesses, Nepal. A journey unlike any other, this trip begins in the lap of Mount Everest. You’ll visit Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon as well as Mongolia, home to the infamous and legendary Ghengis Khan. With each stop, you’ll be immersed into centuries of history and culture, in lands that are little pieces of heaven fallen to Earth.
Come explore the physical and cultural jewels that Nepal has to offer. With physical landscapes ranging from rich subtropical forest to soaring snow-covered peaks, and with ethnic groups with a multitude of different backgrounds and speaking a host of different languages, Nepal is a Mecca of culture and magnificent vistas. In this small central-Asian country, you will find ancient cities exploding with temples and pagodas, tiny villages with warm welcoming locals and sprawling rice terraces, and perhaps even the strength within yourself to embark on a challenging and inspiring Himalayan trek. Nepal as a nation exhibits deep national and cultural pride, which is most apparent during the dozens of yearly festivals that attract locals and tourists alike. Come and discover what Nepal has to offer!
Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal which is also known as the city of temples. This is a historical center of Nepal. The history of Kathmandu is based on the history of the Newar people, the main inhabitants of Kathmandu valley. it is originally known as a Kantipur, the city of flourished during the Malla reign. Initially, it was an independent city within the valley but in the 14th century, the valley was united under the Malla king of Bhaktapur city. In the 15th century, the valley divided once again into the three independent kingdoms of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. In 1768 the invasion of the valley by Prithvi Narayan Shah ruler of Gorkha kingdom then shah dynasty unified Nepal and made the Kathmandu a new capital. This is the main center for Nepal visitors. Most of the pilgrim traveler chose Kathmandu tour.
Literally meaning “Land of the Thunder Dragon”, Bhutan may just be the final frontier. Completely closed to foreigners until the 1970s, the tiny Himalayan kingdom now provides travelers with a rare glimpse inside their treasure trove of ancient temples, monasteries and Dzong fortresses, though the isolation has delicately preserved almost all of the original heritage and culture. Nestling in the Himalayas, the country has thrilling mountain views, agricultural terraces where fruit, rice, tea, and tobacco are grown, as well lowlands with lush green forests and copper mines. The stunning national parks are surrounded by cities steeped in culture and filled with famously friendly locals. The Bhutanese, who are predominantly Buddhist, regularly vote themselves as the happiest people in Asia on international polls.