A tiny Himalayan Kingdom wedged between Chira to the north and India to the south, Nepal is a land of contrasts. The only Hindu Kingdom in the world today, her scared shrines of Pashupatinath, in the Kathmandu Valley, and Muktinath in the mountainours Musang District, attract Hindu Pilgrims and devotees from far beyond her borders. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and Lumbini, in the southern Terai plains, is an equally important destination to Buddhist pilgrims from around the world. Two thousand years of truly peaceful coexistence have produced a unique blend of the two great religions which is distinctly Nepalese in character. It is to this harmonious intermingling of faiths that Nepals owes the diverse richness of her art and architecture.

Within the short stretch of 150 miles which separates her southern borders from those of the north, can be found a wealth of natural scenic wonders as the land soars steeply from a mere 200 feet above sea level to the breath-taking Himalayan 'Rooftop of the World' - Mount Everest - 8848 meters of windswept, snow-enshrouded rock. Within this sharply-tilted terrain appears an extraordinary, variety if climatic conditions, flora and fauna. Against this backdrop, you can shoot down rapids, trek across the most breath taking mountain scenery in the world and waft through the Savannah on the back of an elephant in search of rhino.

There are daily flights between Kathmandu and Delhi & 4 flights a week to Varanasi.


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