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Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal 12 Days 11 Nights ₹ 35999.0
Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Nepal 9 Days 8 Nights ₹ 27400.0
Everest Base Camp Trek: Leadership Expedition 16 Days 15 Nights ₹ 89900
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Known for its scenic wonders and architectural resplendence, the country of Nepal has much to offer to its tourists. To enhance the experience of a trip to Nepal, a number of Nepal tour packages offer the best of the country to travelers. The best way to maximize your experience in Nepal, would be to opt for a tour package through Thrillophilia.

With its discounted raids and never-before-deals, Thrillophilia allows you to enjoy a tour of the country without making it too heavy on the pockets. Most of the Nepal Packages include not only a round trip to the country, but also a variety of fun things to do in Nepal.

Whether you are travelling with a group or solo, the packages at Thrillophilia caters to all. There is an amazing array of Nepal packages to guide one through the country and allow one to make the best of their time here. Each Nepal tour package offers a number of fun activities to partake in and interesting places to visit in Nepal. These Nepal tour packages include trips to the various National Parks, historical monasteries, vast sanctuaries and other heritage sites in Nepal.From the stunning Durbar Squares to the scenic National Park at Sagarmatha, Nepal as a country has much to offer.

However, the fun part of these Nepal vacation packages do not merely end here. Each Nepal tour package includes popular adventure opportunities up for grabs. Nepal is especially popular for its adventure sports- from white water rafting in the Sun Kosi River, to Paragliding in Pokhara, to the second tallest bungee jumping facility in the world, one is spoilt for choice here.
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Having trekked in the Sahayadris for over 4-5 years now and after doing two himalayan treks in the previous season, I wanted to do a more challenging trek. So finally I decided to climb the base camp of the highest mountain in the world. The majestic mountain range had been in my bucket list for many years. Now seemed to be the right time, and so I set off in search of the "Everest". I always thought how difficult could it be to climb mountains, after all, it just takes putting one step ahead of the other. I was wrong, it indeed turned out to be more difficult than I imagined. This is due to the rarefied air in the atmosphere, that makes breathing difficult. Even a nominal gradient while ascending seems to be a task. But thankfully I wasn't hit by any symptoms of AMS ( Acute Mountain Sickness ) which makes the mountaineer's job tremendously difficult at high altitudes. On the trek, it was the promise of some awesome photos, that helped me carry through many steep climbs. But, the sheer beauty of the barren mountains with clear blue sky in the backdrop and the ferocious Dudh Koshi River inspired me not to give up but to keep climbing. During the climb of Kala Patthar, I learnt the importance of balance and concentration, even when you are exhausted beyond limit. On the Kala Patthar summit day, I set out at 4 in the morning, climbing through the mountain with a 50-70 degree gradient; sub zero temperatures, chilly winds and freezing weather. It was total dark and the only thing I could see through my head torch was the next step. From this moment till 6 am in the morning, I only thought about the awesome feeling of summiting and achieving my goal. As the air was thin, I concentrated on breathing properly and adequately and took synchronized baby steps. And, finally at 6:30 am I reached the Summit (5643m)! The view of the sunrise on Everest was just spectacular and the feeling of having summited, exhilarating!! The Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar expedition made me realize that to achieve a goal, it is important to believe in your own efforts and strength (Both Physical and Mental).But more than that, we should be grateful towards the ecosystem around and factors beyond our control which play an equally important role in our journey to achieve anything.
Trekking the adorable Himalayas is always a must on the “to do” list of an avid trekker. After trekking over the Sahyadris and taking a few treks in Karnataka I decided to place my foot on the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. Going through the various options from Chadar, Sandakphu, Roopkund, Hampta Pass, etc. I finally narrowed down to the Everest Base Camp. The very thought of following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay thrilled me to the core. The sight of having a close encounter with the highest point on earth just pushed further my excitement levels. After a series of e-searches and consulting with other fellow trekkers, I finally made up my mind to enroll for the 14 day EBC Trek with Thrillophilia. The EBC Trek was by far my best trek so far. Though the thin air made the ascent difficult and more challenging, I am glad that I was able to complete the trek. The amazing view of snow clad mountains, the vast greenery and above all the company of similar fun-loving folks made the trek a memorable one. Kudos to the team at Thrillophilia. The trek was not only organized well but the pricing was also reasonable. All the questions, concerns, doubts and apprehensions I that had were properly attended by the travel consultant at Thrillophilia, Miss Madhuri Mathur despite some of them being repetitive. The representatives Mr. Subid Sahoo and Mr. Nitish Singh as well as the trek Guide Mr. Bijay along with his assistants were all friendly and helpful. I will definitely suggest my pals to go for this trek. I wish to do it again sometime soon. Cheers, Vignesh
20 October 2014
Excellent
A good trek at a very reasonable price is what I need to say about this trek first of all. I had a comfortable and good stay at the base camp. The camping was a great fun and I enjoyed to the core. Heard that this was the most challenging trek of Nepal and so I decided to try this out. This was obviously challenging but I could make it out till the end. it was just out of the world experience
23 September 2015
Excellent
The mountains were brilliant and nice, the clear sky after the summer monsoon had dusted away the dust and we hence got a chance to have a clear view of the whole peak and the adjacent places. The days we spent at the camp base was cooler even though it could have been more long.
15 April 2019
Excellent
The trekking was very good. Also as we had a small group all the arrangements were good. As we did not expected more snow it was fun walking in snow for full day to reach the ABC. The view was spectacular at the base camp and got quiet good photos. Guide/Porter was very co-operating and helped us a lot while walking in the snow (as we did not had proper shoes to trek in snow :) )
I booked this tour as my first solo trip and I was amazed by its execution. We covered many old temples and monuments in a perfect span of time. The trip truly was amazing from the places to the people and the team were all very friendly. The food was delicious and pure. Will definitely plan our next trip with you.
I booked this trip from India to Nepal with my family. Nepal has best surroundings with cool environment and the highest mountain peaks. Everything mentioned was good and taken care of, the best thing was the time management, the staff and driver were friendly and gave a feel f home. It was an amazing trip which we visited and truly worth it. Would recommend anyone visiting, would try and visit with Thrillophilia.
We booked this tour after going thoroughly to the plan and it was interesting, so we finally decided to pick it and it. The places are filled with ancient temples and cool surroundings. All the transportation mentioned were managed by the team and it was on time, with a well-behaved driver. It was wonderful and absolutely recommended.
We booked this tour with our friends from Chennai. The great mountains range in Nepal make the whole trip more beautiful and scenic. Everything for the trip was well planned and specially the food served was mouth watering. Totally recommendable.
Nepal has it all being it spirituality, nature, adventure and history! It was fun visiting the summits for the sunrise early morning. The hotels were really comfortable which drained out all the tiredness of the day and freshens us every next morning. It was a fun a trip looking froward for more.

People Also Ask About Nepal Tours

  1. Which are the best places to visit during Nepal tour?

    1. Kathmandu Durbar Square: One of the three Durbars of Kathmandu, the Durbar Square stands in front of the old royal palace of the Kathmandu Kingdom. It is one of the most common inclusions in Nepal packages. Boasting a splendid display of Newari craftsmanship, the Durbar Square is surrounded by a number of courtyards, fountains, ponds, and ancient statues.

    The Durbar Square consists of two distinctive complexes- while the outer complex houses a number of meticulously carved pagoda-style temples, the inner complex of the Square houses the Old Royal Palaces, which were used by the Shah and Malla Kings in the 19th century. The most interesting site within the Kathmandu Durbar Square, however, is the Kumari Bahal Temple. This Newari Temple, built by the last Malla ruler, houses a living child-goddess, who is believed to channel the spirit of the Hindu Goddess Taleju.

    Location: Ganga Path, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 150 | For foreigners: NPR 1000 | For Nepalese and children below 10 years: Free Entry.
    Timings: 9am–5pm

    2. Boudha Stupa: Known for its massive mandala-shaped dome, Boudha Stupa is one of the biggest Buddhist Stupas in the world. Built sometime during the 14th century, the Stupa became the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism during the Chinese immigration to Nepal in the 1950’s.

    Rising to a massive height of 36 meters, the Buddha Stupa is one of the most imposing landmarks in Kathmandu. The temple boasts of over a hundred relics of Buddha’s images, and is frequented by pilgrims throughout the year.

    Location: Boudhanath Sadak, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 100 | For foreigners: NPR 400 | For Nepalese and children below 10 years: Free Entry.

    3. Phewa Lake: One of the largest lakes in Nepal, Phewa Lake is a semi-natural freshwater lake. Surrounded on all sides by the ‘Rani Baan’ or the Queen’s Forests, the clear lake in the heart of Pokhara offers a stunning reflection of the adjected Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges.

    Although its size has decreased with years, Phewa Lake is still the second largest in Nepal. The lakeside is crowded by a number of restaurants, cafes and bookstores, and even houses the popular Tal Bahari Temple, making it a popular inclusion in Nepal tour packages.

    Location: Kaski, Pokhara, Nepal.
    Timings: 09.00 AM-05.00 PM on all days of the week.

    4. Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave: A trip to the Mahadev Cave usually accompanies one to the Devi’s Falls in Nepal packages. Lying adjacent to the Devi’s Falls, the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave is a much-revered cave in Pokhara.

    Boasting of splendid, natural limestone formations, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and houses a mammoth stalagmite which is worshipped as the Shiva Lingam. The Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave has to be accessed by a series of stairs descending from the Devi’s Falls. The underlying cave has plenty of natural lighting, and is easily navigable.

    Location: Devi’s Falls, Pokhara 33700, Nepal.
    Price: NPR 100 per person.
    Timings: 06.00 AM-07.00 PM on all days of the week.

    5. Annapurna Sanctuary: Lying 40 meters to the north of Pokhara, Annapurna Sanctuary is a high glacial basin situated close to the Annapurna Base Camp. Surrounded by the snow-capped ranges of the majestic Annapurna ranges, the Sanctuary, sitting atop an oval plateau, can only be accessed by a trek through a narrow valley between the Hiunchuli and Machapuchare peaks.

    A trek to this sanctuary is usually covered by most Nepal vacation packages that offer trekking expeditions. Covered with dense bamboo and rhododendron jungles towards the Southern side, the Sanctuary is considered sacred by the Gurung locals. It is believed to be the home of several Hindu and Buddhist deities, as well as certain older animistic Gods.

    Location: Himalayan Range, Central Nepal.

    6. Tilicho Lake: Located at a height of about 4949 meters above sea level, the Tilicho Lake is the highest lake in the world. A stunning blue lake surrounded by snow-capped peaks on all sides, the trek to Tilicho Lake is one of the most popular trekking routes in Annapurna.

    According to local legend, Tilicho is the revered Kak Bhusundi Lake talked about in the ancient Indian epic Ramayana, and is thus one of the most important pilgrimage sites around Pokhara. Tilicho Lake is also the site of the highest-altitude scuba diving experiences, and is a popular part of several Nepal vacation packages.

    Location: Annapurna, Manang, Nepal.

    7. Tengboche Monastery: Set against the scenic backdrop of the Ama Dablam Peak, Tengboche Monastery is one of the most revered monasteries in Nepal. Located on a high ride across a canyon, the colourful monastery is surrounded by a cluster of pines, azaleas and rhododendrons. Every October, the monastery celebrates the Mani Rimdu festival, a grand Buddhist celebration hosted through songs, ritual dances, and plays.

    Location: Everest Base Camp Trekking Rte, Khumjung 56002, Nepal.

    8. Bardia National Park: Covering an area of more than 950 square kilometers, Bardia National Park is the largest in Nepal. Sprawling along the Karnali river, Bardia is one of the most pristine conservation areas in Tarai.

    The park houses a number of endangered species including the Royal Bengal tiger and the One-Horned Rhinoceros. Apart from that, the park houses nearly 300 species of birds and animals. It also offers a number of watersport opportunities, such as sport fishing, dolphin spotting and whitewater rafting in Karnali.

    Location: Everest Base Camp Trekking Rte, Khumjung 56002, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 750 | For foreigners: NPR 1,500 | For locals: NPR 100 | For children below the age of 10: Free entry.
    Timings: 09.00AM-08.00PM on all days of the week.

    9. Narayanhiti Palace: Once a residence for the principal reigning monarch of Nepal, the Narayanhiti Palace has been operating as a Museum since the year 2006. Comprising a number of buildings and courtyards, the Palace is now open to the public for sightseeing.

    The palace building comprises of a grand reception hall, a throne room and a housing complex. Based on late-Victorian styles, the architecture of the Narayanhiti Palace is a sight to behold.

    Location: Narayanhiti Palace Museum North Gate Rd, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
    Price: Nepali citizens: Rs 100 | Students and SAARC Nationals: NPR 20 | Chinese Nationals: NPR 250 | Others: NPR 500.
    Timings: 11.00AM-04.00PM on all days of the week.

    10. Pashupatinath: Located on the banks of the Bagmati River, Pashupatinath is an extensive Hindu temple precinct housing a number of temples, ashrams and idols. Built in the style of a Pagoda, the main Pashupati Temple is a four-storied structure housed within a fortified complex. It is one of the 275 Paadal Petra Sthalams, or Holy Abodes of Shiva, in the entire continent.

    Location: Pashupati Nath Road 44621, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
    Price: SAARC and Foreign Nationals: NPR 1,000 | Indian Nationals: Free entry.
    Timings: 04.00AM-12.00PM; 05.00PM-09.00PM on all days of the week.

  2. What are the best things to do during Nepal tour?

    1. Mountain Biking: The untouched natural trails, routes along with forests, lakes, and valleys are best explored by going out on a mountain bike ride. Some of the best places to experience this adventure is Begnas Lake, and Devi's Fall around Pokhara, Shivapuri National Park, the Godavari in Kathmandu Valley.
    Price: Starts from USD 25 for a day (1000 INR and above).

    2. Paragliding: This activity gets a new meaning when experiencing it in Nepal, with panoramic views of the Himalayas and other scenic landscapes. You get to take a leap from a cliff to finally soar in the sky like a bird while feeling a rush of adrenaline run through your body. Some of the best places where you can attempt paragliding with the Nepal tour packages are - Pokhara, Bandipur, Kot Danda, etc.
    Price: Starts from INR 6000.
    Timings: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.

    3. Wildlife Safari: One of the natural gifts that Nepal enjoys is the rich and diverse variety of flora and fauna which can be seen at the numerous wildlife reserves and national parks. You can go for elephant safaris, night safaris, nature-trail explorations, etc. at Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Park, and more to spot wild animals, birds, and native vegetation.
    Price: Starts from INR 1000 per person.
    Timings: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm.

    4. Sightseeing: As you travel to Nepal for a vacation the one thing that you must delve into is sightseeing to experience the local culture, lifestyle and learn about the regality of the region. You can enjoy visiting places like Kathmandu, Patan, Pokhara, and many more with the Nepal tour packages and get to see the popular attractions, monuments, and temples.

    5. Trekking: Nepal is a country of mixed terrains of rugged hills, gigantic Mt. Everest range, forests, villages, lakes, and more. All of which can be explored by going on a thrilling trekking trip with the Nepal tour packages. Some of the most famous treks here are - Everest Base Camp Trek, Rara Lake Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, etc.
    Price: Starts from USD 500 per person (or around INR 30000).

    6. Helicopter ride: To get jaw-dropping views of the gratifying Mt. Everest, you can book a helicopter ride that will take a flight to take you across the most beautiful sites before finally flying over the snow-capped mountains for a duration of around 4 hours. This is also one of the best adventures that you can go for with the Nepal tour packages.
    Price: Starts from USD 900 per person.

    7. Camping: Camping is the best activity to soak in the naturalness of Nepal. It is among the best adventures that you can indulge in with the Nepal trip package. Places like Pokhara, Nagarkot have charming trails and sites where you can pitch tents, or go for extensive treks like the Langtang village trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and set camp along the way to truly enjoy the alpine scenery.
    Price: Starts from INR 1000 (for individual camping) and 30000 (This is when you go for a trek, camping is included).
  3. Which are the best wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Nepal?

    1. Chitwan National Park: Formerly known as the Royal Chitwan National Park, this is the oldest National Park in Nepal. The National Park is a World Heritage Property, and is home to the RAMSAR site Beeshazari Tal in its heart.

    This rich natural area in the bosom of Terai houses around a total of 68 species of mammals and 544 species of bird. The park is also especially famous for its conservation projects surrounding the Royal Bengal Tiger, the One-Horned Rhino and the Indian Gharial. Most Nepal travel packages involve a trip to Chitwan.

    Location: Subarnapur 44200, Nepal.
    Timings: 06.00AM-06.00PM on all days of the week.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 1,000 | For foreigners: NPR 2,000 | For locals: NPR 150 | For children below the age of 10: Free entry.

    2. Sagarmatha National Park: Dominated by snow-capped Himalayan peaks on all sides, the Sagarmatha National Park is a protected ecological site in the Khumbu region of Nepal. With its scenic flora and fauna, Sagarmatha is one of the staple inclusions in Nepal honeymoon packages. Composed largely of rugged terrain and Himalayan gorges, the National Park is designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

    Sagarmatha houses a number of different species of animals, including the musk deer, ghoral and the Himalayan Tahr. The National Park also houses more than 1000 species of endangered birds, such as the monal, yellow-billed chough, and the blood peasant. While the lower altitudes are dominated by bamboos, rhododendrons, birches and firs, the higher altitudes boast of dwarf shrubs, mosses and lichen cover.

    Location: Himalayan Ranges, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 1,500 | For foreigners: NPR 3,000 | For locals: NPR 100 | For children below the age of 10: Free entry
    *Passports are required to acquire an entry pass to the National Park.
    Timings: The Park remains open for 24 hours on all days of the week.

    3. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve: Sprawling across the wetlands of Sansari, Saptari and Udayapur district, the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is one of the designated RAMSAR sites housed within Nepal. Most of the reserve land is covered with thick, deciduous, riverine forests.

    The Wildlife houses over 30 species of mammals and nearly 400 species of birds, both native and exotic. Apart from the camping facilities, the Wildlife Reserve also offers a number of interesting sport opportunities, such as river rafting and jeep safaris to the visitors.

    Location: Bairavaa 56713, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 750 | For foreigners: NPR 1,500 | For locals: NPR 100 | For children below the age of 10: Free entry.
    Timings: 09.00AM-03.00PM on all days of the week.

    4. Rara National Park: Lying in the heart of Nepal, Rara National Park is the smallest National Park in the country. The main feature of the park is the Rara Lake, which is the deepest lake in Nepal. Surrounded by a stunning cover of juniper forests.

    You can choose to camp by the beautiful lakeside or even go boating in its waters. The park is known for its floral life, housing more than 5000 species of flowers. A number of different animals and birds can also be observed here.

    Location: Himalayas, Nepal.
    Price: For SAARC Nationals: NPR 1,500 | For foreigners: NPR 3,000 | For locals: NPR 100 | For children below the age of 10: Free entry.
    *Passports are required to acquire an entry pass to the National Park.
    Timings: The Park remains open for 24 hours on all days of the week.

  4. How to reach Nepal?

    Nepal is easily accessible by all means of transportation and the details of it are mentioned below:

    - By Air: The main operating airport in Nepal is the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Nepal is connected to the rest of the world by a number of different airlines, such as Nepal Airlines, Air China, Etihad Airlines, Fly Dubai, Jet Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Oman Airlines, Qatar Airways, Silk Air and Thai Air.

    - By Bus: A number of different buses can be availed from various Indian states to travel to Nepal. A bus to the Sunauli-Bhairawa border crossing can be availed from Varanasi. Frequent buses also travel to Raxaul-Birgunj crossing from Patna and Kolkata.

    Siliguri-Kakarbhitta crossing can be reached from Darjeeling, Banbassa-Mahendrenagar from Delhi and Bahraich-Nepalgunj from Lucknow.

    - By Rail: Only Indian nationals can travel into Nepal via train. Nepal is connected to the Indian state of Raxaul by rain.

    - By Road: Nepal can easily be reached from India by road. A minimal toll fee is charged while crossing the border from Siliguri.

  5. How many days are required to visit Nepal?

    A trip consisting of around 10 to 12 days would be enough for you to enjoy the best of Nepal. During this time, you can visit some of the best cities and their attractions, indulge in activities like treks and camping, explore the local markets and areas. However, if you are looking for a shorter trip then 5 days would suffice for you to be able to visit Kathmandu, a few nearby villages and be able to enjoy activities.
  6. Is a passport required for Nepal?

    Yes, a valid passport is required to travel to Nepal. Indian Nationals may choose to carry their Election Commission Card instead of passports. Further, students should carry a valid identity card to gain entry access.

  7. Is Indian currency accepted in Nepal?

    Certain Indian currency notes are accepted in Nepal, though not all. Any currency notes above the denomination of 100 is prohibited within Nepal and you would need to get it exchanged with the local currency.

  8. Is Nepal safe for female travellers?

    Yes. Female, especially solo travelers can comfortably go on a trip to Nepal without fearing about their safety. All the major cities and metropolitans have a proper law enforcement system in place that can be reached in case of any emergency. Moreover, the local people too are very helpful and friendly.
  9. How much will a trip to Nepal cost?

    A trip to the country can cost anywhere between Rs. 20,000- Rs.60,000 depending upon the Nepal tour package opted for.  Moreover, a number of different Nepal Tour Packages are available at different prices for all types of travelers.

  10. What is the best time to visit Nepal?

    The best time to visit Nepal is during the months of autumn, between October to November. During this time the weather is sunny and pleasant, and the skies are usually clear, making it an ideal time for trekking. Additionally, precipitation is relatively less, or absent during the months of fall.

  11. Does Indian SIM work in Nepal?

    Most Indian SIM cards work in Nepal, provided that you have International Roaming activated on your phone. Although it is best to check if your network operators are also available in the region.

  12. Which are the best heritage sites in Nepal?

    1. Patan Durbar Square: Lying at the center of the city of Lalitpur, the Patan Durbar Square is one of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley. A place of vital importance for both Hindus and Buddhists, the Durbar Square houses nearly 55 temples and around 156 courtyards within its premises. The Durbar Square is best known for its brilliant display of Newari architecture through its shrines, temples and other historical buildings.

    Location: Lalitpur 44700, Nepal.
    Price: For foreign Nationals: NPR 1,000 | For SAARC Nationals: NPR 250 | No entry fee for locals | Students receive a discounted entry.
    Timings: Open 24 hours on all days of the week.

    2. Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Located 13 kilometers north of the main town of Kathmandu, the Bhaktapur Durbar Square is the seat of the erstwhile Bhaktapur Kingdom. Constructed by the Malla kings, the Durbar Square houses a number of different temples and other structures. The most popular attraction here is the 55 Window Palace, which was built by the ruler for his 55 wives.

    Location: Bhaktapur 44800, Nepal.
    Price: For foreign Nationals: NPR 1,000 | For SAARC and Chinese Nationals: NPR 500 | No entry fee for locals.
    Timings: Open 24 hours on all days of the week.

    3. Lumbini: Best known as the Birthplace of Lord Buddha himself, Lumbini is the biggest Buddhist pilgrim site in the world. The Lumbini Gardens now house a number of different monasteries built by different countries such as France, Vietnam, Germany and Myanmar, as well as the famous Mayadevi Temple, within which Buddha was said to have been born. Owing to its cultural and historical importance, Lumbini is a staple part of every Nepal tour package.

    Location: Rupandehi, Province No. 5, Nepal.
    Price: For foreign Nationals: NPR 200 | For SAARC and Chinese Nationals: NPR 100 | No entry fee for locals.
    Timings: 06.00AM-06.00PM on all days of the week.

    4. Garden of Dreams: Also known as the Garden of Six Seasons, the Garden of Dreams is a neoclassical garden in Kathmandu. Covering nearly 7,000 square meters, the Garden houses three pavilions, an Amphitheatre, ponds, pergolas and urns. The six pavilions housed here each represent one of the six seasons in Nepal, thus giving the garden its name.

    Location: Tridevi Sadak, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
    Price: For foreign Nationals: NPR 200 | For locals: NPR 100.
    Timings: 09.00AM-10.00PM on all days of the week.

  13. Which are the best trekking sites in Nepal?

    This is the list of some of the best treks in Nepal. Also, one would require to collect all necessary permits before going for any important trek in the region.

    1. 
    Everest Base Camp Trek: This is probably the most exciting trek in Nepal that one can experience. The Everest Base Camp is the starting point for the main climb to the world's highest mountain range. However, a trek till the EBC is also an adventure on its own as you get to reach a height of 5364 meters.

    Throughout the trek, you will get past a route that displays the finest alpine scenery with forests, snow-clad mountains, meadows, and more. The overall activity will take you around 12 days and will require adequate permits to set camp.

    2. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek:
    This is a treacherous trek to the third highest mountain peaks in the world, with a staggering height of 8, 586 meters. With the Nepal trip package, you can choose to go with for this extensive trip of around 12-20 days.

    Along the way you will pass many beautiful alpine meadows, forests, lakes as well as see many native animals including the red panda. In the end, you would be able to get to the endpoint which stands at 5134 meters above sea level.

    3. Annapurna Base Camp Trek: This is another one of the lengthy treks that can take around 7 to 10 days to complete. With a difficulty level from easy to moderate, amateur trekkers would enjoy this trail very much. To get to the Annapurna Base Camp at 4100 meters, you will trudge through snow-clad mountains, with views of paddy fields, rhododendron forests, and other alpine terrains.

    4. Langtang Valley Trek: This is one of the more comfortable treks that you can go for with the Nepal holiday package. With an easy to moderate difficulty, you can expect to trudge for 7-12 days along with camping stays. The trail doesn't have high altitude climbs with the highest elevation of only 4700 meters but offers spectacular views of the natural beauty along the way.

  14. Do I need a visa to travel to Nepal?

    Residents of most countries require Visas to travel to Nepal. If you're visiting Nepal as a tourist, you can get a 15, 30 or 90-day Visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport and at certain land borders as well.

    SAARC country Nationals get a free 30-day Visa on arrival. Indian Nationals do not require Visas to travel, but need to carry either their Passport or their Election Commission Card to gain access to Nepal. Tourist Visas can be extended on application up to a certain period against an extra charge.

  15. What can I buy in Nepal?

    Here is a list of things that one can buy in Nepal:

    1. Pashmina Shawls: Nepal is famous for its production of authentic Pashmina goods. The best Pashmina shawls can be found in Kathmandu, which is at the centre of the Pashmina trade.

    2. Thangkas: Thangkas are traditional Buddhist paintings done on cloth, generally depicting a poised Buddha or a mandala. Thangkas are extremely popular in Nepal, and make for good souvenirs.

    3. Tea and Spices: Nepal is one of the best places to buy tea, and traditional spices such as cumin or cardamom.

    4. Handicrafts: Handicrafts in Nepal are traditionally Buddhist in style, including felt products, paintings and handcrafted jewelry. Specific places such as Thamel, Durbar Square and Patan are popular for their handicraft wares. Most Nepal holiday packages include trips to the popular market sites.

    5. Hemp Products: Nepal is known for its hemp weaving industry. The best known hemp items found here are backpacks, laptop bags, belts, slippers and accessories.

  16. What to eat in Nepal?

    Nepal is known for its offer of delectable cuisine, which is popular across the world. Some of the best-known Nepalese dishes that must be tried are:

    - Momos
    - Thukpas
    - The Nepalese samosas
    - The Wo or Nepalese pancakes
    - The Sel Roti, which is a kind of fusion of a doughnut and a bagel.
    - The Yol Mari, which is a rice dish stuffed with coconut, is an extremely popular dessert here. The Nepali Pizza is also extremely popular here, which is basically a rice flour crepe with a number of toppings.

  17. What are some religious places to visit in Nepal?

    1. Boudhanath Stupa: Visit one of the largest stupas in the world, Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu. Many tourists flock to this place to witness the beauty of its architecture against the skyline of the beautiful country Nepal.

    2. Nyatapola Temple:
    Rooting back to 1702, Nyatapola Temple is a five-storeyed Hindu temple established by Nepali King Bhupatindra Malla. Tourists from around the world visit this temple to witness the elegant beauty of the Pagoda style of architecture from the ancient era.

    3. Swayambhunath Temple:
    Popularly known as ‘Monkey Temple,’ Swayambhunath Temple is considered as a source of peace and calmness among the locals and tourists alike. Besides this, the location of the temple also offers amazing views of the surrounding villages and valleys.

    4. Tal Barahi Temple:
    Also renowned as Lake Temple, Barahi Temple is peacefully located on a small island amidst the calm waters of the lake Phewa. This is a two-storeyed pagoda temple which is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Durga.