A mountain of reasons to visit Nepal!

A cradle of legends that is nicknamed "The abode of the Gods" or "The steps that give access to paradise". A fairytale kingdom where divinities and mortals mingle, nestled in front of the highest mountains on Earth. Its infinite summits, its sacred lakes and its legendary hikes make this country an eldorado for adventurers in search of thrills. But not only that......

The Annapurna Massif

Nepal is home to the Annapurna region, known for having some of the best hiking trails in the world where the scenery is breathtaking. It is also one of the wettest, driest and windiest areas in Nepal.

The High Peaks

Eight of the world's highest peaks are in Nepal and reach over 8,000 meters in altitude.


With more than 856 recorded species, Nepal is a birdwatcher's paradise. The country alone has nearly 10% of the world's total bird population.

Thousands of activities

Nepal is the ideal destination for adventure and thrill seekers. Mountaineering, trekking, rafting, safaris, hot air ballooning, paragliding, bungee jumping, and more will give you the opportunity to discover exceptional views.

Classified sites

Nepal is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Be sure to visit the various temples, monasteries and inns that make the country legendary and famous.

Sacred Lakes

Nepal's various lakes are known not only for their exceptional beauty, but also for their spiritual importance.

Cultural diversity

More than 35 ethnic groups call Nepal home. There are many religions, languages, musical influences and culinary inspirations. Nepal is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in the different cultures. 

The cuisine

Mostly vegetarian, Nepalese cuisine is based on the use of rice and lentils. It borrows from both Indian and Tibetan culinary traditions, whose influence dates back to the Middle Ages. 

The serenity

Nepal is considered a sacred place filled with stories and legends. The tranquility of the region will have a positive effect on anyone who is able to experience it. The people, the buildings, and the land are all symbols of serenity. In Nepal, you can truly get away and enjoy the peace and quiet of this wonderful country.