Getting to Nepal
There is only one international airport in Nepal – Kathmandu. Nepal is connected with direct flights from the UAE, India & South East Asia. A good network of domestic and regional flights links the main tourist destinations.
The recommended way to travel within Nepal is to take the quick flights from one destination to the next.
A network of domestic and regional flights links the main tourist destinations. The recommended way to travel within Nepal is to take the quick flights from one destination to the next.
Guided Tours and Groups
We tailormake tours hosted by excellent local guides - including foreign-language speakers - and we have many years’ experience in designing and managing tours for larger groups. (Both special-interest groups and tour series).
Trains and coaches
In south Asia we do not encourage or recommend self drive.
What To Remember When Travelling Around Nepal
All visitors coming to Nepal will have to fly into Kathmandu which is well connected from UAE, India & South East Asia. is connected from Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi and Kolkata in India, also from Bhutan there is an easy connection with Druk Airline.
Once in Nepal, we recommend you take the well connected internal flights between destinations. We do not recommended self drive, as traffic and narrow roads can be very daunting for first time travelers to South Asia.
In Nepal public transport system is not evolved or suited for travelers except within Kathmandu hence we do not recommend it for our foreign travelers.
Steeped in history, the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu dates back to close to over 200 years, and has over 130 important monuments.
Until as late as the seventies, the now thriving Pokhara was known as a small bazaar town, by its very few visitors.
Chitwan translates to “heart of the jungle”. The very first of Nepal’s national parks lies 175 kilometers south-west of Kathmandu.