A Private Tour, to visit the bravest of the brave, The Gurkhas!! Having some of the highest peaks on the planet, it is famously home to Mount Everest in its capital Kathmandu.
Regarding cultural interests, Nepal hosts a variety of breathtaking temples, spiritual sanctuaries and amazing art and cultural landmarks.
Nepal is one of the most exciting destinations for thrill seekers, climbers and while the peaks hold entertainment for the adventurers, there are many relaxing and alternative tours available with a Private Tour.
Visitors to Nepal say it a very exciting country for all ages whether you're an adventurer or not.
While Nepal may be a developing country, its guided private tours are second to none.
Its local beauty and gracious people with their adverse cultures will make you want to visit this beautiful country again and again. We feel that Nepal is now and will always be recognised as an archaeological gold mine and a living museum Read More...
Undoubtedly Nepal is a breathtaking country it has so much to offer all kinds of travelers as shown below on our Top ten must see and do Private Tours.
When most travelers have stated it the "holiday of a lifetime" it is one of those destinations you have to visit to appreciate that statement.
The adverse scenery and spectacular skyline of Nepal will make you want to come back for more.
Be it diving from the highest bungee jump to seeing 7 of the world's most beautiful heritage sites on the planet which are located within 20 kilometers of each other it also hosts the highest elevation in the world known to man.
The Best 10 Things to See and Do in Nepal
A trip to Nepal would not be perfect without a private tour to The Gurkha Museum found a little north of Pokhara city. The Gurkha soldiers are known worldwide for being very brave and selfless. The Gurkha Soldiers helped allies in India’s unrest in the 19th century, as well as world war one and two. The Museum recognises all that the soldiers have achieved and tells us all about the Gurkha soldiers given the famous Victoria Cross medal
Devi’s fall is the most spectacular waterfall you will see in Nepal, and it is recommended to take a private tour. It is found not far from Pokhara airport and is flowing down from the Phew Lake which in itself is a fabulous place. Devi's fall local name is Fatale Change. After the massive rainfall of the monsoon season, the sound of the waterfall is extremely loud and unusual to see.
If you are taking take a private tour to any lake in Nepal, then Phewa Tal is certainly a good place to start. One of the largest Lakes in Nepal and has fantastic sights to be seen from over the lake. You can gaze up at the forests, and greenery with the Pagoda on the hilltop. On a beautiful day from the top of the Annapurna mountain, it is a fabulous way to see the lake. The lake itself is like a mirror with a view like no other!
The Old Bazaar
A visit to a Grand Bazaar in Pokhara that is exceptional.Pokhara has a very traditional, colorful bazaar and due to its multi-ethnic stall holders, it offers a multitude of things to see, taste and buy. The people at the booths are entertaining and funny, who enjoy interacting with travelers and the like, and with a private tour you know you will be looked after. As with most places in Nepal, the bazaar is from the Newar culture.
Bandy Basini Temple
Nepal in inundated with Temples and shrines of all different shape and sizes, dedicated to various Gods and Goddesses and yet you can never not see enough, as each one holds something else to make it unique and different. By taking a private tour to the Bandy Basini Temple is not different. This Temple is situated in the old bazaar and is important to all the locals, with many religious ceremonies going on day to day.
Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave
Another different and exciting place to take a private tour is to Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, which is an enormous cave which goes as far a 3 kilometres long. Right across from Devi’s Fall waterfall, you can find the entry point to the cave. A long time ago a Lord Shiva phallic symbol was found in this cave! And it has been preserved in the same place and condition since the day it was found.
International Mountain Museum
A private tour of this museum is not just for the climbers of mountains but also for those who wish to learn the highs and lows of famous historic climbers, especially Mount Everest. This museum was opened in Pokhara in November 1973 as a place to record, chronicle and document the past and also present mountain climbing activities from everywhere in the world, but more importantly to remember the dangerous undertakings of climbing.
Seti River Gorge
This great river is full of raging white water. It is so powerful that it has caused a gorge in the Mahabharata Range. The Seti River also managed to run a gulley through the Pokhara town. The River has also managed to change the landscape wherever it flows. You can get a private tour to guide you along the Seti River, with the best place to view the whitewater is in the park near the Gurkha Museum.
World Peace Pagoda
The Pagoda is locally known as “World Peace” is a large Buddhist Temple situated on a very high hill near Pokhara city. This Pagoda is one of the most unusual places to take a private tour. Where you stand on the highest point, you are looking over the superb scenery of the Himalayas, Pokhara city, and its surrounding land. At the bottom of the hill is the famous and beautiful Phewa Lake.
Annapurna Natural History Museum
A fabulous place to visit with a private tour especially if you love butterflies. Originally founded by an American peace corp volunteer back in the mid-1960’s, this museum has grown and developed with different people from all over the world helping to add to this gallery. The collection and preservation of beautiful butterflies species grew so big that the museum became known locally as “the butterfly museum.”