With ancient temples, lush greenery, and scenic vistas, the vibrant city of Dharan is the gateway to the hills of eastern Nepal and has a lot to offer to its visitors.
Nepal is home to many of the world's most breathtaking lakes. But what makes these lakes even more beautiful is these lakes are hidden in remote places of the country— places with magnificent beauty where travelling to is itself an exciting adventure.
Kalinchowk is a quick getaway for the travel enthusiasts who are bored with the monotony of city life. A beauty which needs to be witnessed, at least once in this lifetime.
Here are some of the best weekend getaways to take a break from the hectic city life.
A visit to Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve guarantees a beautiful sight of birds at their natural habitat - a sight that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Rejuvenate your soul in the lap of mountains, amid the enchanting rhododendron forests, changing landscapes and panoramas, and engross yourself in the majestic twin peaks of Mt. Machapuchare.
Chandragiri Hills is a great destination to escape from the busy life of the capital.
The remote Tsum Valley trek around the Manasalu Region is a trip should not be missed when you visit Nepal
These National Parks and wildlife reserves are home to a variety of mammals, reptiles and birds.
Manang Valley situated on the eastern reaches of the Annapurna Circuit is an isolated and one of the most scenic treks in Nepal.
Just a few hours from Kathmandu and untouched by its clamour, this quiet village nestled among hills provides visitors the best chance to soak themselves in nature and a quaint lifestyle
This trek close to the Kathmandu Valley is sure to give a different perspective on the valleys and peaks of Nepal
Start the festive season with a break from the grind of city life
Bhaktapur district located in the eastern part of Kathmandu valley is the smallest among the seventy-five districts of Nepal, which is why a day's trip can take you to almost every corner of Bhaktapur.
Janakpur is the birth place of Sita, the place where King Janaki discovered Sita from the earth while ploughing a barren field. It is believed that it was after Sita’s birth that the land of Janak became fertile for vegetation again.