If you’re looking to immerse yourself in a truly unique culture, look no further than Nepal. With cultures differing from region to region, Nepal offers a variety of unique experiences. Discover your inner-self by unwinding in yoga or meditation classes, or if you’re feeling adventurous give white water rafting a go in the Himalayas. Contact your personal travel manager to plan your journey to and through Nepal.
Offering a large number of retreats, yoga ashrams and meditation spas – you can clear your mind, relax your body and restore your soul in Nepal. Various yoga and meditation styles originated in Nepal and remain a large part of Nepali culture. Whether you’re after a one-hour class or a two-week ashram stay, Nepal has great spiritual experiences for everyone.
If you’re thirsty for adrenalin and ready for action, head for the Great Himalaya. Hiking tracks vary in length and difficulty, with the Annapurna Circuit trek being perpetually popular. The Annapurna Circuit takes explorers from Besisahar to the edge of the Tibetan plateau, reaching over 5,400m at Thorung La pass. If you’re a water baby, rivers rush through the mountains producing fast flowing rapids ideally suited for rafting. If you’d prefer something a little less extreme, there are family friendly rafting tours suitable for all ages.
Discover the wonders of Nepal’s wildlife on a safari through picturesque national parks. For a different view of the jungle, jump on an elephant – a unique way to see majestic animals like Bengal tigers, snow leopards, red pandas and Tibetan wolfs. Some tour operators offer overnight safaris that include sleeping in the jungle, bathing elephants and enjoying breathtaking sunsets.
Whether you’re looking for a bargain or unique keepsake, you must visit Kathmandu’s Durbur Square. Hanumandhoka Durbar Square is one of the busiest street markets in Nepal, offering a wide variety of commodities Locals line the streets with fresh produce and musicians fill the air with traditional Nepali music. As well as shopping, there are ancient temples and the main thoroughfare Kings Way, leads to the Royal Palace Museum.
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