- Kathmandu Lukhla Pokhra Kathmandu
- Starting From : Prices available upon request
- Length : 4 Days/3 Nights
Prices are in USD, per person based on double occupancy
Nestled between the Himalayas’ gigantic mountains and lush jungles of the Terai, Nepal is the home of Mount Everest and the birthplace of Lord Buddha. A paradise for trekking and hiking lovers, Nepal offers numerous options from easy to extreme adventures while exploring the picturesque Himalayan vistas.
One of the safest destinations in South East Asia, Nepal, is also beautiful culturally. An enchanting blend of Hindu and Buddhist mysticism is apparent in Kathmandu’s medieval city squares, Patan and Bhaktapur, and centuries-old stupas and Monasteries. Abundant wildlife and birdlife define the National parks where you encounter the rare Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horned rhinos, musk deers, and ghariyal crocodiles.
Whether you wish to carve your footprint in the snows of the Everest Base Camp or share stories with the Buddhist pilgrims on a spiritual walk, create your own unique Nepali adventure with Recherché Journeys? Contact us.
Outdoor Adventures: Nepal is home to 10 of the world’s 14 highest mountains. The mountain lovers’ paradise offers accessible hiking on easy, rugged trails to Mt. Everest and Annapurna’s enduring climb. Nepal’s varying altitudes offer outdoor adventure seekers the thrill of their life while bungee jumping, canyoning, paragliding, mountain biking, river rafting, zip-lining, and climbing.
Art & Architecture: Influenced by the cultures of India & China, Nepal is a blend of a myriad of ethnic groups. It reflects in its architecturally rich temples, palaces, pilgrimage sites, and arts such as the mandala paintings and pottery work that follow ancient techniques and styles.
Jungles: South of Nepal’s bold mountains lie its forested subtropical lowlands. The national parks of Chitwan and Bardia are home to abundant wildlife and birdlife. Track the Royal Bengal tiger on foot, observe the one-horned rhinos, Indian elephants, and crocodiles in their home and scan the treetops for exotic bird species.
When to go:
Nepal has four seasons that revolve around the monsoon (June-Sept)
Best time to visit: Autumn (Sept-Nov) and spring (Feb-mid-April) are also the best seasons for trekkers. Mild to moderate temperatures and clear skies.
High Season: May to September
Low Season: May to September. Heat and humidity build-up during the Monsoon months that peak in June. December to February are the coldest months with few visitors.