Nepal

Nestled amidst the Himalayas and steeped in both Hindu and Tibetan cultures, Nepal has always lured all adventure seekers.

The capital of Kathmandu offers stunning ancient architecture, colorful vibrant bazaars. The lovely valley of Pokhara is surrounded by the majestic Annapurnas and Poonhill offers a stupendous view of the mighty Himalayas. Chitwan and Burdiya National Park offers a wildlife experience to catch a sight of elephants, tigers or rhinos. And there is no better ways to appreciate the beauty of the Himalayas than to trek the quiet trails through valleys and ridges to enjoy a panorama view of the world’s highest mountains or approach to the Base Camp.

Best Season

Mar-May (Spring) and Sep-Nov (Autumn)

 

Kathmandu & Panchaise Family Camping
From HK$13,900/Adult
From HK$13,900/Adult

Family Deal: Second Child Trek Free

This easy trail brings your family through panoramic valleys and ridges with three of the world's highest mountains as your backdrop. Encounter quaint villages where folks still go on their daily farming routine like they have decades ago.

Nepal Family Fun Featuring Annapurna Trek In Comfort, Rafting And Wildlife Experience
From HK$18,500/Adult
From HK$18,500/Adult

Designed for the adventurous family seeking contrasting experiences! Explore ancient cities; go on an easy trek into the Annapurna region based in premier lodges, and end off with a rafting adventure into the wildlife and nature of Chitwan National Park.

ALL TIME FAVOURITE
Kathmandu With Annapurna Trek With 3 Days Chitwan National Park Extension Option
From HK$13,200/Adult
From HK$13,200/Adult

The beauty of the Himalayas is best appreciated by trekking in the Annapurna region. Choose between the 2 treks we feature –a camping trek along a unspoilt glorious path or a premiere lodge trek that gives you comfortable and stylish access into the picturesque terrain.

Everest Express
From HK$17,400/Adult
From HK$17,400/Adult

This trek is designed for those who wish to view the world's highest peak – Everest – as close as possible, but either do not have the time or the fitness to reach the base camp. The trek also goes through the heartland of the Sherpas, who are of Tibetan origin, and passes through many charming villages with picturesque gompas set amidst mountainous surroundings. Some of the highlights include Tengboche, considered by many as the most beautiful spot on the Himalayas.

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