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Nepal

1/5 A typical village in the fothills of the Annapurna
A typical village in the fothills of the Annapurna
2/5 Smoke rises from the funeral pyres on the burning ghats at Pashupatinath on the Bagmati River
Smoke rises from the funeral pyres on the burning ghats at Pashupatinath on the Bagmati River
3/5 Phewa Tal, Pokhara
Phewa Tal, Pokhara
4/5 Devotee making offerings at a Hindu shrine in Kathmandu Nepal
© Ker&Downey; Devotee making offerings at a Hindu shrine in Kathmandu Nepal
5/5 The huge stupa at Boudhanath
The huge stupa at Boudhanath

Discover the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world and an incredible melting pot of cultures on our tailor-made tours and private treks in Nepal.

Sandwiched between mighty neighbours, China and Tibet to the north and India to the south, what Nepal lacks in land mass it makes up for with the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world, an incredible melting pot of cultures and a remarkable range of stunning landscapes all within its tiny confines.

Culture and walking in Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu ValleyKathmandu
Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is the country’s only large city, its political, commercial and cultural hub.
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Kathmandu tourNepal cultural tour
If you're looking for the best of Nepal’s culture begin by exploring the Kathmandu Valley; “...every other building is a temple and every other day is a festival.”
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Kathmandu ValleyKathmandu Valley and hills
We think it's a bit of a pity that many visitors to Nepal head quickly to the mountains and miss out on what is close at hand in the Kathmandu valley.
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Nepal first opened its doors to foreign visitors in the 1950s when mountaineers came to conquer the world’s highest peaks and explorers came in search of the yeti. It continues to be the trekking and climbing mecca of the world, but Nepal’s wildlife and rich cultural traditions offer plenty of alternatives away from the mountains - though their snow-capped peaks are rarely far from view.

The Himalaya: trekking in the Annapurna & discovering Everest

PokharaBeautiful Pokhara
The lakeside town of Pokhara is a laid-back place to spend a couple of days relaxing after a trek, exploring the local temples and stretching your legs.
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Himalaya trekkingPrivate Himalaya treks
On foot through isolated rural villages of Nepal's Annapurna Himalaya, you’ll find epic mountain scenery and spend the nights in small civilized lodges.
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Annapurna HimalayaAnnapurna Himalaya
Nepal is situated in the central region of the Greater Himalaya and it contains more of the world’s highest mountains than any other country.
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The lakeside town of Pokhara is the traditional jumping off point for treks in the stunning Annapurna range of Nepal’s Himalaya. Our private treks between cosy hillside lodges are considered 'easy' in trekking terms but the views are still nothing short of spectacular. They’re ideal for active families too.

No longer the preserve of mountaineers the Everest region can be explored on a non-technical but demanding trek to Everest Base Camp. The challenge can be made a little easier by staying in comfy mountain lodges and our private guides ensure you ascend safely at your own pace. For a more leisurely view of the highest mountain in the world we can arrange a scenic light aircraft flight, or helicopter flight to Base Camp accompanied by an Everest summiteer.

If you’re considering trekking in Nepal you might find the following helpful:

Safaris in Nepal

Though it’s relatively little known, Nepal is home to a wonderful variety of animal and plant life. Wildlife here tends to be shy but jeep, elephant, canoe and walking safaris with expert guides in Chitwan and Bardia National Parks can reveal large mammals such as Indian one-horned rhinoceros and Asian elephant, and occasionally tiger. Bird life includes sought after species such at Bengal Florican and Ibisbill.

When to go to Nepal

Generally the best time to visit Nepal is between September and May. The climate is affected by altitude and there are local variations and exceptions that we will be happy to discuss with you when planning your trip.  Read more about when to visit Nepal or alternatively get in touch to discuss ideas and the best timing for your tour of Nepal.

Where to stay

Numerous new hotels have opened in Kathmandu and Pokhara in the last couple of years but many of these lack character and tend to cater to groups. Where possible we use smaller properties where you'll receive great personal service, heritage hotels and those in quiet locations. In more rural areas we can recommend small, simple but clean and comfortable places where you stay close to local life and in the foothills of the Annapurna and the Everest region we offer treks between 'luxury' lodges.

Whether you want a mountain adventure or to follow more cultural pursuits, Natural High can create a holiday to Nepal to suit your tastes and interests. What many visitors think will be their one trip of a lifetime all too often turns into a long-term love affair with Nepal and its people. Get in touch and we'll be pleased to plan and book your trip

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A few of our favourite places to stay in Nepal

A sitting area overlooking the courtyard garden, Dwarika's

Dwarika’s

In 1952, when the late Dwarika Das Shresta found carpenters

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Ker & Downey Lodges

In the foothills of the Annapurnas to the west of Pokhara there

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Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

Situated in an enviable position on a hillside10km outside

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Who to talk to

Andrea Hulme

Andrea Hulme’s travel experiences could fill a small novel; from a bit-part in a Tamil movie, to leading expeditions in Kyrgyzstan and negotiating landslides along the Karakoram highway.

How we can help you

At Natural High, we've had long experience putting together trips in Africa that really work. Whether it's intimate bushcamps in out of the way places, or a private lodge in one of Africa's top-billing wildlife areas, light mobile camping or remote island escapes, we know there is a lot to choose from. We're absolutely confident that we can recommend the right places for you.

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