Updated 26 December 2018 If you’ve never been to Nepal, it can be a bit daunting when you arrive in Kathmandu! After a long journey it’s helpful to know exactly what to expect, so that you can be prepared! Before You Leave Home Before you leave home, (within 15 days before your arrival in Kathmandu), complete the Online Tourist Visa

Updated 24 August 2018. If you’re determined to get trekking fit this year, why not create a walking plan or find one to follow? Having a plan and committing to it always helps me to achieve my goals! It can work for you too! It’s true that anyone with a moderate level of fitness can trek in Nepal. There are

Elliot and his friends trekked with our Founder – Krishna in 2015. He wrote a great blog ‘The Hardest Journey’ about his experience that we want to share with you! You can read about their incredible adventure and get a taste for what it’s like trekking Nepal here. “Most of all, thanks to our superb guide Krishna Adhikari who made

Pokhara, is the second largest city in Nepal and the gateway to Annapurna. It’s also known as the ‘adventure’, or ‘tourism’ capital. This sprawling city is actually nine times larger than Kathmandu! The area of Lakeside is the tourist hub. It’s a great place to unwind, or go adventure crazy! How you feel might depend on whether or not you’ve

On most treks you’ll certainly see yaks in Nepal! These incredible, prehistoric looking creatures have many uses in the Himalaya. Just be careful not to get in their way! I saw yaks for the first time when I trekked to Everest Base Camp. They were carrying provisions in the Sherpa village of Khumjung above Namche Bazaar. They were decorated with

Updated 1 February 2018. So you’ve decided to trek in Nepal and hopefully you’re going with us! We’ll take care of everything once you arrive. But there are a few things that you need to do before you go to Nepal. Trekking in Nepal can be dangerous. After all, you’re not spending this holiday by the pool! So it’s important

What to do in Kathmandu? If you’re planning a trek in Nepal and thinking you’ll spend some time in the capital, you might be wondering what to do in Kathmandu! There are so many amazing things to see and do including an impressive seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites – more than in any other city! Yes, it’s hard to know