Nepal Trekking Expeditions
Sharing a border with China and India, Nepal is perhaps most well-known for the world's highest peak, Mt Everest. However, with the Himalayas home to 10 of 14 of the world's highest peaks, there's certainly more to this country than just Everest.
The heart of Nepal is certainly its capital Kathmandu. From the moment that you arrive, you'll be inspired by the roads lined with rickshaws and countless medieval temples across the city. Around 81 per cent of the population are practicing Hindus, with temples often standing out against the backdrop of the Himalayas.
Once you've experienced the wonders of Kathmandu, most people head to the mountains. Take a scenic helicopter flight to see the Himalayas up close, trek over the Dudh Khosi on steel suspension bridges or visit old Sherpa villages and learn their way of life - Nepal's landscape is a sight to behold. Nepalese people are also among the friendliest, welcoming and always smiling along your journey.
Here's everything you need to know about Nepal.