Nepal the famed land of Himalayas and the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest awaits to receive visitors from the United States and elsewhere to enjoy the wonders and incomparable scenery, exciting adventures and cultural experience. Be it high altitude mountain climbing, extended or short trekking to the Himalayan foothills enjoying thebreathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks, river rafting, para gliding in the mountain valleys with panoramic view of the snowy mountains, lakes and rivers, elephant safari in the plains—Nepal is the place for you to visit for recreation and to experience the lasting touch of being refreshed by nature.
As a land of ancient culture,birthplace of Buddha at Lumbini, Nepal has festivals and public cultural events round the year featuring Hindu, Buddhist, Lamaism and diverse ethnic rituals and customs which welcome visitors to share and enjoy them. Leaving behind some of the losses caused by 2015 earthquake, Nepal is back in its long-standing travel and hospitality services to make the holiday and recreation visit of the travelers safe, comfortable and packed with memorable turn of events with your family, friends or on your individual quest. I welcome you to visit Nepal for its diverse attractions and opportunities it offers to discover the best of adventure spirit in you.
Nepal is located in South Asia and shares territorial borders with India and China with an area of 147,181 square kilometers and a population of approximately 30 million. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and the country’s largest metropolitan city. Previously ruled supposed to be the holiest Hindu temple in the world. Not only for the Hindus but also for the Buddhists Nepal offers a unique -place of pilgrimage
Kathmandu, July 29 The consul office for Seattle in Washington state recently organised ‘Nepal-USA: Business Collaboration, Investment Opportunities and Visit Nepal 2020 consultative meeting’ in Redmond to explore the benefits of business operations in Nepal for both Nepali and American business interests. According to AC Sherpa, honorary c
Jan 26, 2020
KATHMANDU: Most of the visitors who attended the New York Times Travel Show-2018 were eager to visit Nepal at least once in their lifetime, AC Sherpa, Nepal’s Honorary Consul for Seattle in Washington State of the United States of America said. Sherpa, who took part in the Travel Show (January 27-29) in New York to promote Nepal’s tourism, i
Apr 12, 2018
Aug 05, 2019
Envision a world where the air is crystal clear, families have access to basic health care and education is not just a dream, but a reality for everyone. This vision is the heart and drive be
Jul 27, 2019
The United States established official relations with Nepal in 1947 and opened its Kathmandu embassy in 1959. Relations between the two countries have always been friendly. U.S. policy objectives towa
Jul 25, 2019
Nepal’s tourism experienced a dramatic turnaround last year after being hit by the twin disasters of a devastating earthquake and crippling trade embargo in 2015. Foreign tourist arrivals to Nepa