Spot rare wildlife and embrace serene Himalayan landscapes on this 9-day Nepalese adventure. Ride a rickshaw through the capital, Kathmandu, before visiting UNESCO listed temple. Head north to Nuwakot – a village known for its seven-storey palace complex and continue west to Sarangkot, where you’ll be treated to spectacular views of the Annapurna Range, before boating across Phewa Lake in Pokhara. Learn how to make traditional Nepalese food, go white-water rafting on the Trishuli River, and search for Bengal tigers and rhinos in the Chitwan National Park. Finally, return to Kathmandu and wrap up your trip with a farewell dinner. All of our trips are flightless in destination, with 100% of all carbon emissions offset. It's just part of how we see the world while being good to it.
This elegant hotel, in the Lazimpat district of Kathmandu, is ideally located for exploring the capital. Inside, it seamlessly integrates traditional Nepalese design and artisan craftwork with modern furnishings. Outdoors, the garden, covered courtyard and outdoor pool offer respite from the busy city streets.
This converted Newari manor house, steeped in rustic charm, is in the foothills of the Himalayas, overlooking a fertile valley. Expect authentic Nepalese architecture, comfortable rooms and sumptuous home-cooked food, which you can enjoy on the candlelit terrace.
Just a couple of minutes’ walk from the shores of Phewa Lake, this cosy hotel in Pokhara has a large outdoor pool, a wellness centre and bright, airy rooms. The all-day restaurant, Pokhara Flavor, serves a wide variety of cuisines and hosts traditional Nepalese dance shows every evening.
The beauty is in the tranquility of this secluded deluxe lodge on the banks of the Ratni River. Tucked away in the Chitwan National Park, with comfortable cottages and a popular swimming pool, its the perfect place to relax after a jeep safari expedition.