Glossary of Experiences


This is one of the most spectacular experiences in Nepal. An hour long mountain flight is operated by Buddha airlines. The client will be able to see almost 20 peaks out of which 8 peaks are above eight thousand feet.  Early morning flight from Tribhuan international airport let the passengers contemplate the sun kissed peaks which can surely be taken as life time experience. The best experience can be obtained only when the Sky is clear and the Himalayan view is best.  During the flight all the passengers get windows seat. 


Heritage walk is the best way to explore the core part of Nepal which includes monuments, temples, Old market, streets and local life.  The Palace complex in Patan is also listed in the world heritage site by UNESCO. The walk gives idea about how the local people are living in the area, what they do, what they eat and where they worship. The walk also gives insight in the different types of architecture and the heritage of the area. Heritage walk in Bhaktapur, a medieval town located near Kathmandu is famous for its gigantic high temple, old palace complex and the local lifestyles as well as the art of creating clay pots. You will see the people engaged in different type of activities. Drinking a cup of tea in local tea shop and talk to the locals will give a sensation of how friendly the people are.


When in Kathmandu you are recommended to keep one evening free to get an unforgettable experience of dining with entertainment at Nepali Chulo or other restaurant in Kathmandu. This is the best way to unwind you after spending a day seeing the most amazing attractions of Nepal.  Indulge in a candlelit dinner — a seasonal, 4-course meal featuring traditional Nepalese food. Throughout the evening, watch a cultural show that highlights the classic music, dancing and costumes of Nepal. You will have the choice of drinks including local wine.


This is one of the must do activities in Nepal. Learn to make Nepalese comfort classics, from momo (dumplings) to dal bhat (lentil curry) and sel roti (rice-flour donuts), on this intimate cooking class at a local family house in charming Kirtipur. Upon arrival you will be received by the host family and offered tea coffee at the terrace of the house. You will visit the local market and pick fresh vegetables and then cook up a feast. Share it with your new-found friends on the airy terrace as you sip organic Nepalese wines.


Nepal is a country where 80% of the population lives in Villages, out of which 25% are below poverty lines. The development of rural tourism has deep impact on the Socio- economic and environmental benefit for all the communities.  It provides source of income for its residence. Tourists have chance to live in Nepali houses and share the food and accommodation with the residents. They will learn about the culture and tradition of the villagers. It is a win- win situation for both the tourists and the villages. During the village tourism the clients will get chance to visit local village, markets, schools, paddy fields and village orchards. Rural tourism is particularly important on the trekking route where there is no proper developed infrastructure and the tourism has made a great contribution in the upliftment of standard of their life.    


Boat ride at lake Phewa is a must do activity while in Pokhra. Phewa is the second largest lake in Pokhara. The lake bordering the forested hill has view of Fishtail and other mountains reflected in the lake. The little island and the Tal Barahi temple is in the middle of the lake, where you can spend some time while feeding monkeys and fish.  At Phewa Lake, you can choose from the multiple types of boat like the driven boats, row boats and sail boats. The cool breeze and tranquility in the environment will mesmerize you. .


Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal and boasts a beautiful setting and abundant wildlife. The park covers an area of 932 km² and is located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal. Chitwan National Park is home to many endangered animals, such as the greater one horned rhinoceros, royal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, fresh water gangetic dolphin and others. Chitwan National Park is a paradise for birdwatchers. You have option to take elephant safari, jeep safari and even walking down in the jungle. Canoe ride at Narayani river is another attraction. You will see the various wildlife on both sides of the river.


Nepal is considered as trekker’s paradise and trekking is one of most popular activities for the tourists in Nepal. The legendary Annapurna region is the most diversified and popular trekking area in Nepal.  The range of trekking stretches from full three weeks trek to just three days trek. So it caters to the need of all types of trekkers from middle level trekkers to highest level.  As the name suggests, the centre piece of this trek is the range of mountain called Annapurna I.  Trekkers encounter the interesting Thakali people in this region. They are known as good business person and also their home cooking is relished by both tourists and the Nepali people.  Overall experience of Annapurna Himalayan trek is very satisfying as you enjoy trekking along with view of lush, fertile farmland and undisturbed natural forests, snow-capped mountains, and encounters with a mixture of many ethnic communities.  Trekkers are accompanied by local trekking guides and porters.