Intoxicating. High. Confusing. Nepal is a history lesson with adventures.

From the green jungle to the snow-capped mountains, from Mount Everest to the ancient and intoxicating Kathmandu, Nepal is a place of dreams and the epitome of adventurous Asian travel. The capital of the Himalayan Valley offers incredible cultural and artistic heritage, from the cool temples to the glowing courtyards.

Explore the rich ecosystems of the deep-lying forests, savannas, meadows and wetlands of the Terai Valley, home to a variety of wildlife. Head into the Inner Terai of Chitwan National Park, one of the last havens of the endangered Indian rhinoceros. Board a helicopter over the Himalayas and alight for lunch with views of Mount Everest with the abbot of Tengboche Monastery. Land at the legendary Everest Base Camp.

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Enjoy a traditional celebration with a local Nepalese community. Join traditional nomads on a yak caravan on the ancient Silk Road and meet locals in remote villages to learn more about the secrets and myths surrounding the Yeti. Let yourself be pampered in the most beautiful spa lodges or in the luxury tent with oxygen and hyperbaric chamber. Enjoy the tranquility of a secluded monastery or a luxuriously appointed monk’s cave. Nepal & Mustang luxury travel – wild and casual. Experience unforgettable moments active and enjoyable. Travel like the travel pioneer Julia Malchow.



Nepal’s cultural capital, Bhaktapur, has a unique treasure: Durbar Square. This square presents a wealth of temples and palaces you would not have thought possible. If these imposing works of art could speak, you would tell unique stories from the early 18th century. But to emphasize its beauty and history, they need not speak, for the sight of them is enough to dive deep into the royal history of the extraordinary country of Nepal – a unique experience!


In the south of Nepal, on the border with India extends over 932 km2 the country’s first national park: the Chitwan National Park. Here you will experience a clear and at the same time fascinating contrast to the snow-covered mountains and the narrow valleys. Admire the Bengal tiger, rare rhinos and countless species of birds in this shelter! On the back of an elephant you will also ride through overgrown paths, preserved insights into the unique wildlife and experience Nepal from a surprising side.


On Nepali, this imposing massif Sagarmatha – “the forehead of the sky – called. And rightly so. It can be found in the list of 14 eight-thousanders and the Seven Summits, separates Nepal from Tibet and is as close to heaven as anything else on this planet. We are talking about the legendary Mount Everest. The sharp edges, the white-shimmering snow, the stolen blue sky and the fearsome size of the mountain – this magnificent image will be remembered and create a unique memory that you will not forget for sure!


In a small place, not far from Kathmandu, you will experience Nepal’s rural charm like nowhere else. The romantic village of Nuwakot Bazaar houses – high on a green rice terrace – a fairytale farm. Spend your time here and enjoy the incomparable views of the valley and the royal square Nuwakot Durbar. The charming atmosphere, the authentic furnishings and the incomparable hospitality make this accommodation a very special retreat that you will love.


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Season / Weather / Climate

The weather in Nepal can vary greatly due to the different altitudes. The best travel time with the most amazing view of the Himalayas are the months September / November. Good weather conditions are also available from February to April. In December / January, the sky is crystal clear, but it can be very cold. The remaining months of the year are quite uncomfortable due to the monsoon.

The time difference compared to the Central European Time (CET) is plus 4 hours and 45 minutes. In Germany, summer time starts on the last Sunday in March and lasts until the last Sunday in October. In these months, the time difference from Germany to Nepal is plus 3 hours and 45 minutes.


Nepal has around 30 different languages ​​and dialects. Official language is Nepali, a modified Hindi in the Deva Nagari script, the Sanskrit ajar. Nepali, however, is only the mother tongue for about 40 percent of the total population, about 55 percent can speak Nepali. Four percent speak Newari, the rest the different dialects. As a tourist you can get along well in Kathmandu and Pokhara with English.

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To eat and drink

The classic is “Dhal Bhat”: curried vegetables with lentil sauce and rice. The Nepalese food has influences from the Indian as well as Chinese kitchen and is very varied. In larger cities, Western food is also available. There are teahouses on every corner – there are also soft drinks like coke and water.


The Nepalese are known for their honesty, hospitality and their ability to grin and carry loads. About 80 percent of the population is a member of Hinduism. Furthermore, about 15 percent of the population are expelled as Buddhists. A large part of the Nepalese population still lives far below the European subsistence level.