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Introduction of Nepal

Nepal is a kingdom inhabited by some 21 million people, was once a valley tucked in the recesses of the Himalayas. A valley as old as the ancient legend of Manjushree, a Chinese saint of yore, who is said to have drained out a legendary lake with the sword of wisdom to find a fertile and verdant valley which is today the capital of the Nepalese kingdom. And today, it has become a trekkers paradise where trekkers from all over the world are touring in large numbers to cover the trails of the Everest, Annapurna , Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and other Himalayan Peaks, and also to attain first hand unbelievable heights in extreme conditions. Starting from Kathmandu, a treasure house of ancient architectural value, we take you on treks that could last for as short as a day or as long as you wish, either on an individual or a group basis

Treking in Nepal
An  important part of the trekking experience is seeing how these people live. While trek, you can observe and learn about day by day activities and a life style which you close to the land and very different from the west.
Although life in the foothills of the Himalaya has been impacted by trekkers you can still observe traditional method of farming, cooking, trades, child rearing, construction and religious activities .the trail are generally well maintained and are actively used by the Nepalese for communication, trades and travel .you will share the trail with many pack animals [burros] and hard working porters who carry heavy load of supplies, much of which is consumed by trekkers.
While trekking you will also see the great diversity of Nepal. Villages embrace many ethnic groups and cultures

Sight Seeing  
Tour begins at the historic seat of Royalty. Known as the Hanuman Dhoka. This Durbar [palace] square named after Human mythical monkey –god is surrounded by old temples known for their erotic carvings in their wooden struts and windows like the following: Basantpur Durbar also known as Nautale Durbar [or Nine storeyed palace] built by king Prithvi Narayan Shah, the founder of modern Nepal.
Also you can visit Budhanilkantha, Pashupatinath, Swyambhunath, Boudha, Patan, Bhaktapur while being at the sightseeing trip.
You can have sight seeing to Pokhara, Nagarkot, Lumbini, & other historical & netural place while being in Nepal. 

At times Nepal and the Himalayas seem to be one big adventure playground for the outdoor events participants. For hundred’s of years Nepal’s mountaineering, trekking, rafting and kayaking river, making Nepal a Mecca for those in search of the mountain scenery has drawn trekers and climbers from all over the world. These same majestic mountains feet some of the world’s most challenging ultimate rafting white water river experience
The main river for rafting in Nepal are:
(1)Trishuli (2) Kaligandhaki (Upper) (3) Kaligandaki (Lower) (4) Seti (5) Marshyangdi (6) Budhi Gandaki

Jungle Safari  
Royal chitwan National Park is one in Nepal believed to be the most enchanting for jungle safari the main attraction of Chitwan is park which is 120 km from Kathmandu. A wide range of wild life, beginning from the one –horned to various species of deer, Sloth beer, leopard, wild boar crocodile more then 400 species of bird and the anexhilerating fare, elephant back excursion, natural walk canoe ride etc.
Also you can enjoy with your jungle safari into dense forest of
Royal Bardiya National Park,   Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Travelling overland between Kathmandu and Lhasa is an incredible journey in which you can see the worlds highest mountains, travel on the worlds highest plain, meet nomadic tibetan pilgrims and walk amidst the burning butter lamps and chanting monks of Tibet’s ancient and legendary Buddhist Monasteries. This is a wonderful and amazing trip. However if you are not up for a bit of adventure, or for accommodations and amenities that may be far from perfect, perhaps this trip is not for you while the trip to Tibet is not easy it is well worth the effort. Tibet was opened to tourism in 1985. Before this it avoided influence from the western world and developed its unique culture and religion independently. The infrastructure of the tourist industry is still very basic in this remote country. Please do not expect the standard you are accustomed to in the west. However every effort will be made under the circumstance to ensure a smooth and Pleasant trip.

Bhutan is a heavenly abode in the heart of the vast Himalaya, but little known to the outside world just being wedged between giant neighbors and secluded by some of the highest ranges.
The last paradise on earth reflects age old religion, culture, arts & architecture in its golden peaks in the background of deep green valleys and hillside, the vivid blue of the rivers and the sky, the white of the snow
Above the brown-gold alpine pastures speaking a serene language of silence-an integral parts of Himalaya Buddhism for meditation and worship enabling the believers to reach closer to the goal of englihtenment.
Hima trek a specialist in Bhutan tours, can make your dream come true through its exciting but affordable packages. We also offer varieties of programs to suit various interests such as culture, history, nature, wildlife, bird watching, trek and expeditions. Both for groups and individals.
  Contact Address
Govinda Paudel (MD)
G.P.O. Box : 12135
Kathmandu, Nepal
Email: himatrek@yahoo.com
Website: www.himatreknepal.com
Phone: 977-1-4259386
Fax: 977-1-4259386
Mobile : 977-9851070472


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