Seti Gorge

Seti gorge is a  7- kilometer long marvel in Pokhara that begins at K. I. Singh Bridge and meanders all the way to Dhunngesanghu with openings at Tulsighat and Ramghat. The snow-fed Seti river burrows deep into the limestone earth- bed, carving a narrow gorge hundreds of feet deep through the heart of Pokhara. Its roar can be heard...

Begnas and Rupa Lake

These two serene lakes are about 15 km east of Lakeside Pokhara. A journey to these lakes makes for a perfect overnight trip; you can take part in activities like swimming, boating and fishing. Begnas Lake is surrounded by hillocks and greeneries on three sides , with the open southern side allowing access to the lake. Begnas Lake is...

Day Hike

In Day hike we offer several activities outside the Pokhara valley. In Day hike tour there will be a trip of 3 to 7 hours. Some of the famous Day hike trips are : Pokhara- Sarangkot- Naundanda- Pokhara Pokhara-Australian camp- Dhampus- Pokhara Pokhara- Foksing Hill- Pokhara Pokhara- Mattikhan- Pokhara Pokhara- World peace pagoda- Pokhara Pokhara- Thulakot- Pokhara Pokhara- Kaundanda-...

Kathmandu

Nepal is the most happening incentive travel destination in the world -a heady mixture of unique culture proudly preserved mind boggling adventure and remarkable natural beauty. A land where you can revitalize your mind, body and soul amidst, scenery that is simply knock out. Ag-Old traditional hospitality is an added bonus, of course. Kathmandu is the Shangri-La city of...

Gorkha

A 25 kilometer road off the main highway connecting Pokhara and Kathmandu brings you to an ancient Gorkha - the untouched and captivating town of Nepal! Some 300 years ago, Nepal was divided into 50 tiny states, and Gorkha was one of them. King Prithivi Narayan Shah, the founder of `Shah Dynasty' which runs Nepal today, unified Nepal into...

Bandipur

Bandipur is an ancient trading town of quaint streets and charming atmosphere. It is situated on a ridge top south of Dumre which lies 135 km out on the Kathmandu -Pokhara highway. Travel to Bandipur can be attained via a two-hour climb from Dumre.  While the other trading posts of the Nepali hills have modernized, Bandipur retains its age...

Pokhara

Pokhara valley (827m.) lies in 200 Km west of Kathmandu valley. The valley is the most popular destination in Nepal after Kathmandu. It is the second biggest city of Nepal where around 135000 inhabitants live. This city became the most interesting especially when explorers found that it is the only valley in the world from where one can see...

Tansen

Tansen , the headquarter of Palpa district with an altitude of 1350m from sea level lies in lumbini zone of Nepal. Tansen is easily reachable through Siddartha Highway, and lies between Pokhara and Lumbini. The climate of Tansen is very pleasant, and is fairly mild all year round. Apart from the excellent weather, there are a numerous places to visit...

Lumbini

Lumbini, the birth place of Siddhartha Gautam, the Sakya prince and the ultimate Buddha, the Enlightened one is the pilgrimage destination of the world's millions of people faithful to all schools of Buddhism. This nativity site, identified by Indian Emperor Ashok commemorative pillar is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. The main attraction at Lumbini remains the sacred...

Chitwan

Nepal's first National Park is situated 162 km south of Kathmandu in the lowlands or th inner Terai.It covers an area of 937sq.km The park includes hilly areas covered by deciduocus sal forest.One fifth of the Park is made up of the floodplanins of Narayani,Rapti & the Reu rivers and is covered by dense tall elephant grass interspersed with...