From medieval kingdoms to towering mountain vistas, an Annapurna trekking experience across Nepal’s Himalayas unfolds. Traverse overwhelming glaciers, camp on the banks of free-flowing rivers, hike lush mountain pastures, soak in natural hot springs, and encounter mule trains supplying remote villages in the wild. Rest in cosy mountain teahouses, meet warm-hearted locals, and explore old cities like Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan, along with the sublime Lake City of Pokhara. Rupakot Holidays 'Day Tour programs offer in-depth experiences of Nepal’s unique culture and rich traditions.

Nepal boasts eight National Parks, four Wildlife Reserves, and two conservation areas. In Pokhara, the city of lakes, indulge in fishing, boating, and sightseeing with a panoramic view of the Annapurna range. Kathmandu, with its historical memorials, old palaces, and temples, is the land of Lord Shiva (Pashupatinath), the holiest Hindu temple globally, and the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the apostle of peace and compassion.

Beyond the urban backdrops, UNESCO-declared World Heritage monuments showcase artistic craftsmanship. Lively villages and small towns provide glimpses of Nepal’s vibrant rural life. The Kathmandu Valley, not large, allows vacationers to blend several locations in one day.

Let your inner hippy thrive in Pokhara, savour apple pie in remote regions, taste zippy Newari soups in ancient Kathmandu, trek legendary trails, and listen to tales of mysterious superstitions on the highest mountains—it all unfolds in Nepal, and nowhere else!

Nepal, a dream destination, offers trekking, heritage tours, peak climbing, high-altitude expeditions, jungle safaris, river rafting, and valley rim hiking. For those with time constraints or seniors, above 60, HELITOURS in Nepal provide the best options.

A festival haven, Nepal celebrates events every day of the year, linked to seasons, agricultural cycles, national events, or family occasions. Festivals involve ritual baths, worship, temple visits, fasting, and feasting. The essence of Nepali culture lies in religious harmony among Hindus and Buddhists.

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