• Himalayan Eco-Culture Treks & Research Expeditions


Federal Democratic of Nepal is a small East-Asian country between two global economic giants, China and India. Famous for being the birthplace of Gautama Buddha (founder of Buddhism) and home of Mount Everest (the tallest mountain in the world), Nepal is more than just eye candy. Beautiful myths, valiant histories, and the warmhearted hospitality of locals make it a paradise for travelers.

Nepal truly embraces the indifference from the religious co-existence of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam to its 36 ethnic groups having their own native tongue, unique cultures and social norms and values. Diversity in the lifestyle, architecture, and fashions varies from community to community, which fascinates the global travelers.

Nepal is also a geographical wonder because of its unique composition:
Eastern Himalaya: 1310 peaks above 6000m, including eight mountains above 8000m, lies in the eastern part of Nepal, earning Nepal its nickname “Land of Himalayas.” Those mountains not only form beautiful panoramic view but forms many glacier lakes, prospers the beautiful alpine forest, and instigates the high flowing water in rivers and streams, which favors hydroelectricity production and adventure sports.
Middle Hilly Valley: Hilly region occupies 64% of the landscapes and 43% population and houses beautiful landscapes, charming valleys, and diverse cultures. It is famous for beautiful hikes, and many religious and historical sites making it a cultural hub of Nepal.
Southern Plain Terai: Warm and humid weather with plenty of rainfall makes the southern plain the agricultural center of Nepal. Due to the close border with India, we can see its vast influence on the culture and cuisine of those areas. Terai is also famous for the tropical forests rich with diverse flora and fauna, including the almost extinct One-horn Rhinoceros and Bengali Tiger.