Only Nepal holidays give an opportunity to see, climb or trek the highest mountains in the world. Everest is for experienced climbers, but there are mountain flight operations that offer panoramic encounters with the highest peaks on earth. In general, there are eightee peaks in Nepal, where trekking and expeditions require only simple formalities. Some of the peaks are easy and suitable for walking, while others are very challenging and can be dangerous. Nevertheless, the tours to most challenging peaks are organized by fully equipped teams of experienced guides, who can support the members in any case of emergency.
Nepal holidays should also include a visit to at least one national park (there are fourteen of them in the country). Nepal national parks are some of the best parks in Asia and their diversity of wildlife attracts wild lovers, ecologists, biologists and ornithologists. The most famous parks to explore jungles and grasslands are Bardia and Chitwan that are homes to lovely monkeys and severe rhinos, spotted leopards and royal Bengal tigers, marsh muggers and wild elephants. The Chitwan is also known for rich variety of bird species (over four hundred and sixty), including Bengal Frolicans, Giant Hornbill, Kingfishers and Egrets.
Many tourists dedicate the most part of their Nepal holidays to sightseeing. Besides climbing and trekking, Nepal offers opportunities to explore its amazing temples and ancient sites. The majority of them are scattered all over the Kathmandu Valley, while Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, has the richest collection of monuments, temples and shrines, dedicated to Buddhist and Hindu deities.
Nepal has convenient air transportation, which is important for planning your travel itinerary. A number of international airlines offer direct flights to Nepal. The Thai Airways International daily connects Bangkok and Kathmandu. The Qatar Airways fly daily between Doha and Kathmandu with connecting flights to /from Europe and the USA. The Gulf Air flies daily between UAE and Kathmandu with connecting flights to/from Europe and America. The Martin Air connects Amsterdam and Kathmandu, while the Transavia Airlines flies once a week between Amsterdam and Kathmandu via Sarjah.
The Indian Airlines operates frequent flights between Delhi, Calcutta, Varanasi and Kathmandu. The Royal Nepal Airlines flies to/from Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Osaka, Delhi and Bombay. In addition, the Biman Bangladesh, Jet Airways, Pakistan Airlines and Pukhet Air connect Kathmandu to many countries.