Nowhere in the world is there a more fascinating city than Kathmandu, capital of the unique and magical mountain kingdom of Nepal – ancient shrines, Hindu temples, Buddhist Stupas, sacred sites, remarkable stone sculptures, richly decorated wooden pagodas, exotic festivals, and some of the most colourful and friendly people on earth. Remember that Kathmandu, with the rest of Nepal, was effectively closed to the outside world before 1951, and to this day it is as though time has stood still.

YOU choose the dates which, subject to travel arrangements, suit you best.

YOU are met personally at Kathmandu’s International Airport and taken to your hotel.

In Kathmandu YOU can be accommodated, according to your choice, in a 3-5 star international hotel within walking distance of the city-centre.

The holiday includes, typically, a full sightseeing program with personally guided tours. There will be ample time, though not only to see the beauties of art, architecture and nature, but also for shopping and relaxation.

All this and more….

There are excellent treks in magnificent surroundings, each carefully and individually arranged by ‘Kathmandu Experience’. The company will take care of everything, from organizing the necessary trekking permits to hiring Sherpas, porters and cooks;… and sleeping bags are also provided.

River like this – the celebrated Trisuli – provide adventurous river-rafting. ‘Kathmandu Experience’ employ professionally trained guides to ensure a safe and exciting trip on this and other rivers in the more remote areas. Everything you need especially for rafting is provided, from life jackets to safety helmets – not to mention marvellous picnic en route.

Wildlife in Nepal:
‘Kathmandu Experience’ arranges trips to the Royal Chitwan National Park in the Terai in the south of the country. By night you stay in comfortable jungle lodges or tented camps; by day there is the chance to discover the richly varied animal and bird-life from the comfort of an elephant howdah or a canoe – you may see tigers, leopards, deer, rhinoceroses, sloth bears, wild boar, and crocodiles, not to mention a profusion of birds.