Nepal from the birthplace of Buddha to the highest peak of the world, a land of snow peaks and Sherpa, yaks and yetis, monasteries and mantras. Visit Nepal, to hear to voice of nature, experience UNESCO Heritage sites and the way of their Nepalese life. You will experience that once is not enough!
Kathmandu The capital and largest city in Nepal, in the heart of the city consist breathtaking
Newari architecture with Temples and monuments in different kinds of shapes, styles, sizes and faith can be found here in the lively atmosphere filled along the streets. The highlight of Kathmandu has been Durbar Square, or as known as the largest palace squares in the three royal cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since the earthquake that happened in 2015, many of the buildings were destroyed beyond repair.
Kathmandu is a place consists of diverse culture and lifestyle that is filled with long history of beliefs and faith. The whole city is a living museum, take this opportunity to travel back time and experience this treasury city.
Pokhara is it considered as the second largest town in Nepal after Kathmandu. At the base of the foothills, it is 200 kilometers west of Kathmandu surrounded by the magnificent highest mountains in the world from Manaslu, Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri. It is one of the world greatest photo spots in the world.
In Pokhara, you can experience the various activities such as boating, trekking, hiking; pony rides or just simply relaxes with the breathtaking views of Annapurna Mountain in range at the background.
Lumbini Located in the Rupandehi district of southern Nepal, which is near by the India border. It is renowned as a traditional birthplace of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism during the 7th or 6th century BC. As it is located in the foothills of Himalayas, the site is a large garden fills with pipal trees.
One of the significant temple in Lumbini is the Maya Devi Temple, which enshrines the traditional site of the Buddha’s birth. It is truly a place to enlighten yourself with peaceful atmosphere, conductive to self reflection and meditation with over 25 international Buddhist monasteries.