Nepal


With elephants, tigers and rhinos in the national parks of Chitwan and Bardia the colourful Himalayan state of Nepal has hidden gems which can be visited either as a starter or a relaxing end to your main holiday. We offer short visits to these parks as well as day tours of the Kathmandu Valley or an exploration further afield to neighbouring Tibet and Bhutan. These extensions can be easily added to your Nepal holiday. Since extensions may affect your international flight schedule you should consider booking these at the same time as your main holiday. We can assist with any arrangements such as extra hotel nights, transfers or internal flights that you may require. All extensions can be reserved during the online booking process.

Bardia National Park

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The largest untouched wilderness Nepal’s Terai, Bardia National Park protects 968 sq km of forest and grassland and is an ideal environment for wildlife studies. More than 30 different mammals and 200 species of bird (both resident and migratory) have been recorded as well as many of Nepal’s legally protected species, including... More

Bhutan An Enchanted Realm

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Bhutan lies in a hidden corner of the eastern Himalaya and forms a giant staircase, from a narrow strip of lowland in the south, to a string of 7000 metre peaks in the north. It is often likened to Switzerland because of its small size, jealously guarded isolation and stunning mountain scenery. Buddhist teachings and philosophy... More

Chitwan National Park

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Regarded as Nepal’s ‘third’ attraction after trekking and the Kathmandu Valley, Chitwan Nature Reserve protects 932 sq km of jungle, water marshes and grassland and is one of the last refuges of the endangered one-horned Indian rhino as well as many other mammals including tigers, sloth and the rare Gangetic dolphin. A visit... More

The Kathmandu Valley

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Kathmandu, Nepal’s colourful capital city, sits in a valley in the Himalayan foothills at 1300 metres above sea level. There are actually three cities in the valley, namely Patan, Bhaktapur and Kathmandu itself. Whilst most of clients stay in Kathmandu, if you have the time the exploration of the valley’s historic and cultural... More

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

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Close to Biratnagar, in the south-eastern corner of Nepal, this 175 sq km reserve straddles the floodplain of the Sapta Koshi River. Created to protect Nepal's last wild water buffaloes, the reserve is also home to more than 400 species of birds, many of which are not found elsewhere in Nepal. Other animals found here are wild... More

Ancient Kingdom of Tibet

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The Tibetan Plateau is known as the ‘roof of the world’ with an average elevation above 4000 metres. There are no trees at this height and the starkly beautiful landscape is characterised by rolling brown and orange hills, with a backdrop of the distant snow-covered Himalayas. The city of Lhasa can be accessed by air or land... More

Tiger Mountain Resort

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Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge sets the standard for comfortable and luxurious mountain lodge accommodation with its relaxed atmosphere, tranquil setting, eco-tourism and conservation ethos. Located just a half hour's drive from Pokhara on a spectacular hilltop ridge a thousand feet above the valley, it has panoramic mountain... More

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