Nepal is a country of unparalleled natural beauty, with the highest mountain range in the world - the Himalayas and the famous Mt. Everest. But you don't need to go to Mt. Everest to admire its wonders.
The hectic capital, Kathmandu, has numerous impressive squares (called Durbar squares), temples and monuments to offer. The nearby Nagarkot village provides unforgettable views of the Himalayas (if you are lucky with the weather, we weren't unfortunately), and the unique experience of staying at a guest house in the countryside with a local family.
If you love hiking, and you wish to feel like you're on a different planet, go hiking in remote areas of the Annapurna range in March/April when the rhododendrons cover the whole valleys with red blanket - the views are so unreal, you'll have to pinch yourself to make sure it's not a dream!
In the future, we're planning to do the Mt. Everest base camp trek. If you're interested in joining us, let us know via our contact form.
If you wish to find more information about how to get there, browse through the posts below: