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Enjoy luxury holidays to picturesque Nepal with Voyage Privé and discover the country that is home to some of the most beautiful mountains, World Heritage Sites and food in the world. Book online today.
Enjoy a life-changing holiday, where the people’s infectious personalities and cultural diversity will bring a whole new perspective to life
As you step into Durbar Square in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, it is like travelling back in time to the first century AD. There are plenty of cultural artefacts left behind by the city’s former kings and leaders. There are lots of large statues and monuments that have survived the test of time throughout Nepal - perfect for sightseeing!
With one of our last minute holidays to Nepal, you can experience the Nepalese people's unique spirit and outlook on life. You’ll notice how friendly the locals are and that many of them speak English too. They are truly optimistic and love to help others. Over the years, the town and city folk have rebuilt the shops and homes you'll see when you visit Nepal. This kind of community hands-on attitude is infectious and you're certain to come back feeling fresh-faced and positive about life.
When people think of Nepal, they tend to think of its mountains and lakes. However, the Nepalese cuisine is one not to be missed. Nepal’s offerings include momos, special Nepalese dumplings that are available at almost every corner in the capital. They come with a whole range of flavours and fillings, so there is certain to be one for everyone.
Dumplings aren’t Nepal’s only offerings though, with a savvy eye you can find some of the best curries in the world. Not to mention the gorgeous flatbreads and some of the spiciest chutneys, which are all homemade. Their fresh fruit is grown locally and you can really taste that. If you’re more of a tea person, Nepali tea is one not to be missed. As you travel around the country you will also find that each place has their own unique foods and snacks, making a great visit for foodies.
Nepal is called the mantle of the world and with good reason. It is the home of Mount Everest and the Himalayas. Its picturesque snow-covered mountains are a sight you won’t soon forget. There are also six of the highest mountains in the world here, and some extremely beautiful lakes, such as the Gokyo Lakes of Sagarmatha.
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