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From the soaring heights of the Himalayas to the lowland plains, Nepal is a country offering a once in a lifetime travel experience combining some of the best trekking in the world with awesome white water rafting, not to mention a unique and friendly culture and top class wildlife parks.

On our Nepal tours you can enjoy the bustling streets of Kathmandu, heavy with the smell of incense and dotted with picturesque Hindu temples and Buddhist stupas bedecked in prayer flags. Travelling further afield you can explore the popular trekking regions of Everest and Annapurna with beautiful panoramic views over soaring peaks, terraced hills and raging rivers. Heading south and out of the mountains, Nepal lowland Terai region has a number of great wildlife parks where wild elephants and tigers roam, along with a some of Asia's most diverse array of migratory birds.

Here at Encounters Travel we have many years designing and operating small group Nepal tours, Nepal holiday packages and Nepal Trekking trips. All our Nepal trips begin in Kathmandu and either include trekking through the Himalayas to Everest Base Camp or head west to the lakeside town of Pokhara, and gateway to the Annapurna mountains. We also offer options to spend a few days searching for tigers in a wildlife parkson most Nepal tours..

Nepal Shoestring tours

If you are on a tight budget and looking for some amazing value tours, why not checkout our range of shoestring tours. These great value for money tours are designed to give you a good introduction to a country without breaking the bank.
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