The serenity and grandeur of Nepal attracts nearly one-half million visitors every year. This small, ancient, land-locked country (147,181 Sq. Km.), nestled between two giants, India and China, is home to more than 27 million people, more than 60 ethnic groups, above 100 spoken languages, and many religions.
From the north Nepal’s sky high border with Tibet – to the south, where the Terai’s jungles buzz just above sea level, Nepal offers the visitor so many different environments to explore, even in a short time. We are the only country to have 7 (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites, many situated within a 20 kilometer radius! After you have experienced ancient Kathmandu, you can take a day trip around the Kathmandu Valley, spend a weekend in the jungle of Chitwan National Park (a World Heritage Site), or trek deep into the Himalayas. Trekking options include: Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Sanctuary, Rara Lake (in Western Nepal’s “wild west”), or the seldom-visited Nymba valley, to name just a few. And because of Nepal’s diverse terrain and climate: from the world’s deepest gorge (Kali-Gandaki) to the highest point on earth (Mt. Everest), one can explore this magnificent country all year round.
Nepal, although small in size, possesses some of the most outstanding bio-diversity in the world, ranging from sub-tropical rain forests to alpine deserts. Climate ranges from tropical in the low lands, to arctic in the higher altitudes. Our seasons are winter (December-February), summer (March-May), Monsoon (June-August), autumn (September-November). With regards to the Monsoon period, it mostly rains at night, leaving the following days clean and fresh. Most of the northern belt of the Trans-Himalayan zone is rain-shadowed, therefore ideal for trekking.
Nearly 14% of Nepal’s total area is set aside as national parks and wildlife reserves. Although Nepal has less than 0.003% of the world’s land mass, we have 10% of its birds (more than 800 species.) Impean Pheasant (Danphe) is our national bird, and the Rhododendren arboreum(Lali Gurans) our national flower. Nepal is also the home of many endangered species and wildlife. The Bengal Tiger,Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Snow Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Red Panda, Wild Water Buffalo, Blue Bull, Brown Bear, Crocodiles, Assamese Macaque, Gangetic Dolphin, Wolf, Wild Elephants, Swamp Deer, Wild Yak, Tibetan Antelope–and the list goes on.
Nepal is the traveller’s paradise with rich culture and an immense legacy. The little country is honoured with bewildering and one of a kind site that it holds its noteworthy position in naming itself as a best destination for a Unique World Heritage Tour. It is very popular travel destination in south Asia and attracts thousands of tourists from across the globe. A Tour to Nepal enables you to get the look of its magnificence and way of life.
Nepal offers various options for travellers such as trekking, tours, rock climbing expedition, hiking, rafting, sightseeing and many. Alongside these, Nepal is also very popular for day tour for time limit traveller or old age traveller. So, if you want to understand the history, culture and tradition of Nepal while exploring the magnificence of nature, then day tour packages are just for you.
We, Base Camp Adventure Treks and Expedition, arrange day tours around Kathmandu valley as well as outside Kathmandu Valley. Catch a day trip with us to some of the famous destinations of Nepal. With wide range of options ranging from sightseeing tour to Kathmandu to adventurous activities, you can choose any of the options and make your day adventurous and exciting.
Expedition in Nepal
Nepal Peak Climbing
Mention Nepal, and the vast majority will invoke pictures of the majestic Himalayan. Surely, eight of the world’s 10 tallest Mountains are situated here. However, the country is not only recognized for its high mountains but also for its one of a kind social legacy, aesthetic landmarks and extraordinary natural life. The country has been a dreamland for tourists for a long time as it invites, charms and bewilders the visitors. So, all of you who have already visited Nepal, make plan for second visit and those who have just heard about Nepal, get ready to have once-in-a-lifetime adventure in this tiny wonderland, Nepal.
This Himalayan country Nepal is one of the stunning countries in the world. With snow clad magnificent Himalayas, Nepal has in store a captivating, challenging and adventurous tour packages awaiting you. One of the best tour packages includes sightseeing in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, and Tansen. You can visit Historical durbar squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, the splendid residence of the ancient royals that are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Apart from that, you can also visit other world heritage monuments like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Baoddhanath and Changu Narayan in Kathmandu Valley. These world heritage sites have been the centre of attraction for many domestic as well as international tourists.
Apart from sightseeing tours of historical monuments, tours in Nepal offer numerous other options to the tourists to enjoy fully. For instance one can indulge in trekking, hiking, camping, river rafting, mountain biking, mountain climbing, wild life safari, birds watching, scenic mountain flights, fishing and many more. There are also numbers of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries like Chitwan National Park, Sagarmatha National Park, Bardiya National Park, KoshiTappu Wildlife Reserve etc. in Nepal which serve as a treat for nature lovers.
Hindu Pilgramage Tour is also one of the best tour packages that attracts thousands of Hindu Pilgrims from all over the world. Hindu pilgrimage tour start with a visit of famousPashupatinath Temple as it is believed that those who visit Pashupathinath temple once in a lifetime reborn as a human after their death, regardless of any misconduct that could worsen their Karma. Similarly, Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha, is yet another most popular destinations for millions of Buddhists and other individual searching for peace and serenity in life. With Lumbini tour, you are granted with a chance to trace back to the life of the founder of Buddhism, LordGautam Buddha.
So, if you are ready to have adventurous tours in Nepal, so are we!Our experienced professional crew are always committed for providing the best possible service with safety, security and satisfaction for our clients.We ensure that the time you spend with us will be worth remembering. One thing is for sure, once you feel the taste of tours in Nepal, you will not be able to get it out of your memory for a long time to come.
River rafting in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal
A paradise for trekkers searching for landscape diversity and clam, Nepal is one of the most popular destinations for traveller that offer breath-taking and enthralling trekking routes. The panoramic Himalayan ranges of Nepal swear incredible and exciting trips. The rugged beauty of these lofty mountains encourages travellers/ trekkers/ mountaineers or tourists from all over the world and gives an unforgettable experience by taking them to some unexplored trails of mountain environment. Recently, British Magazine wrote that Nepal offers best trekking trail in the world and it is listed as one of the best place that one must visit before dying, among other fifty.
With eight of the top ten highest summits in the world, Trekking in Nepal is one of the unique experiences in Asia. Tours to the mountains in Nepal signify not only the natural beauty, but also a source of spiritual guidance as well. The loftiness and beauty of the Himalayas provide fascinating opportunities for trekkers.
Nepal trekking offers various circuits in various regions of Nepal. Due to varied geographical structure, a trekker can do a short trek around Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys which only take a day to complete, to the longest trek up to 90 days. All these treks offer different experience with people, culture, landscape, flora and fauna, wild animals, birds and spectacular view of many mountains across the Himalaya. The Everest and Annapurna regions are the most popular destinations for trekkers in Nepal, though Jomsom-Muktinath, Langtang, Helambu along with many others have interesting trekking routes as well. Altogether, there are more than 100 trekking routes in Nepal.
Trekking in Nepal does not always mean a really difficult walk. Instead, there are many trekking trails where people can trek depending on their interest, ability and physical condition. Nepal trek has been graded into 4 major categories as easier treks, medium-effort treks, harder treks, and challenging mountaineering treks which depends on their location, duration and elevation.
Since trekking involves walking for many days, a trekker needs food and accommodation along the way. Two different types of trekking have their own identity; tea house trekking and camping trek. Tea house trekking is the one in which accommodation and meals during treks are provided in a tea house or a lodge. Services of tea house can be as simple as providing Nepali meals and warm accommodation to long list of hygienic menus to cozy room for overnight. Camping treks, on the other hand, is the classical style of trekking types in Nepal which can be conducted almost anywhere in the country. Camping treks can be fully organized and supported with a team of guides, cooks and porters as well.
So, if you love adventure, getting high up amongst the highest mountain range on earth or you are someone who prefers walking peacefully along a path in a quiet valley with eagerness to discover and acquire more knowledge, then Trekking in Nepal is the right option for you.