Nepal tours

Join one of our Nepal tours and it will leave an unforgettable impression on you. While travelling through Nepal you come into contact with the many faces of this friendly country. Beautiful countryside, charming villages and raging rivers. Your holiday in the land of Kumari and Buddha guarantees impressive vistas, stunning architecture and fascinating people who make you feel incredibly welcome. Marvel in the royal cities Bhaktapur, Kathmandu and Patan, gaze at the green rice terraces and snow capped mountains and realise the life of the Nepalese. In short, travelling through Nepal will literally put you on top of the world!

A visit to Kathmandu alone makes it worth traveling to Nepal. Everywhere you look loom Buddhist and Hindu temples and palaces. Each more beautiful than the last. The most famous palaces can be found at the world famous Durbar Square, where the living goddess Kumari resides. Just steps away from Kathmandu is Bhaktapur, where time seems to stand still. Here you can enjoy beautiful wooden temples and tasty 'dal bhat ', the dish of the Nepalese people .

Visit Nepal and you can not avoid : the Himalayan Mountains. Of the ten highest mountains in the world, eight of them are found in this country. Top is of course Mount Everest, on the border with Tibet. Travelling through this area makes for impressive and unforgettable views but it is not only in this area that you can find impressive nature. During your Nepal travels, you will enjoy the magnificent mountains, mountain lakes and wild rivers where you can raft in the middle of this magnificent landscape, a great experience! In Pokhara, a town located on a cool mountain lake, you can go hiking, swimming and rowing overlooking the snowy peaks of the Himalayas. What about the Chitwan National Park? where you can discover a range of animals including monkeys, tigers and rhinos.

During our tours through Nepal you can also visit the holy Pashupatinath on the Bagmati River. Here you will find one of the most important and sacred Hindu temples of Asia where cremations take place daily. In addition, Sadhu 's, (half-naked mendicants with wild hairstyles) like to come here to show off their skills .
The versatility of this country in terms of nature and culture, makes it a unique travel destination. Meet the heartwarming people of Nepal and allow yourself to be inspired. Shoestrings Nepal tours will be an unforgettable experience!

Country info Nepal

  • Background information
  • Culture Nepal
    The cultural differences between Europeans and Neapli are so vast that one could write a book about them. Below you will find an overview of the most important points to take
  • Religion Nepal
    In Nepal, nothing is more confusing than the colourful array of gods, angels, demons, cultures and rituals. Nepal’s religious doctrine consists of a mixture of Hinduism
  • Festivals Nepal
    Whatever time of year you visit, you will almost certainly experience some festival or other. Underneath are the most notable. There is usually some type of celebration in the
  • Food and drinks Nepal
    Eating habits in Nepal differ greatly from Europe and adjusting can prove tricky. People usually sit on the floor and eat with their right hand from a metal plate. Hands and f
  • Tipping Nepal
    Hotel staff will expect a tip for the carrying of luggage and other small errands. Aside from the most expensive hotels, the wages of hotel personnel in Nepal are next to noth
  • Weather and climate Nepal
    Northern India has a hot, dry climate, with cold winter months and very high temperatures between May and June (day temperatures can reach above 40°C!). Apart from the mon
  • Population Nepal
    Anyone who visits Nepal is always captivated by the Himalayas, but the Nepalese themselves are equally unforgettable. They are friendly, modest, extremely polite and cheerful,
  • Landscape Nepal
    Nepal is a rectangular country that stretches over a distance of 530 miles from the north-west to the south-east and has a maximum breadth of 136 miles. It has an area of 57,0
  • Background Info Nepal
    Shoestring supports the projects carried out by the charitable organisation GIFT for AID, which gives tourists in Nepal the chance to contribute towards a better standard of l
  • Practical information
  • Arrival information Nepal
    On your first day in Nepal, take it easy. Take time to adapt. The change of climate, culture and food can be quite challenging. Particularly in the larger cities, traders can
  • Money Nepal
    The pocket money we recommend is a minimum to pay for your meals, drinks, optional excursions, entry fees, local airport taxes and tips. Clearly, the amount that you spend dep
  • Luggage and clothing Nepal
    Appropriate clothing is very highly valued in Nepal. Men should wear long trousers and a shirt , women should make sure that their shoulders are covered and they wear a skirt
  • Electricity Nepal
    Nepal has 220 volt, 50 hertz current. However, there are regular power cuts, so bringing a torch with you on the trip is advised. In our sleeping accommodation during the hiki
  • Safety Nepal
    In many ways, Nepal is a safe country. Mugging and other forms of physical violence against tourists occur only sporadically. Theft is also less frequent than in Britain, desp
  • Health Nepal
    Southern Asia is a region where more diseases are rife then in Europe. The situation is comparable to that in our parts before the Second World War. All dangerous diseases tha
  • Other info Nepal
    European passport holders require visa for Nepal. Please note: Shoestring will not arrange this visa for you. We recommend that you contact the embassy of Nepal in your home contry.
  • Information for people at home Nepal
    Ensure that those at home know which country you travelling in and how long you are planning to stay away. You may wish to fix a date when you will contact them again. Making
  • Photographs Nepal
    Never leave a film or camera in a locked bus. The mounting temperatures can badly affect the quality of the photographic material. It is better to have the prints made at home
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