You Are Here Home » Treks »
Error
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database
  • Unable to load Cache Storage: database

Nepal

Nepal is a land of rare scenic splendor unrivaled in the Himalayas. Bordering the Tibetan Plateau, her territory stretches 800 kilometers East to West, the world’s highest peaks including Mt. Everest marking her northern most limits, cascading sharply downwards in a short 200-kilometers span through rugged mountains, cultural diversity, conifer, temperate and tropical forests, terraces of paddy, millet and corn to the low-lying foothills, birth place of Lord Buddha that form the Southern borders where they join with the plains of India.

Nepal Feature Trip

Trekking In Nepal

Annapurna Region

Considered one of Nature's most beautiful spots in the world, the trail leads up from Pokhara along the Modi River to its sources amidst the great Annpurna. In here, the trekker is surrounded by the awesome grandeur of the...

View Details

Everest Region

This is also one of the truly tough, unspoiled, rugged county, largely forested and one of the most rewarding walks in the entire Himala. Steep and Narrow trials, breathtaking mountain views, few settlement of Limbu and Rai's settlement...

View Details

Langtang Region

Valley of spectacular beauty on the northernmost borders of the Kingdom high above Kathmandu. Very impressive alpine region with scenic meadows and possibility of climbing easy peak in Langshisa area. Great view of...

View Details

Other Region

Nepal is a land of rare scenic splendor unrivaled in the Himalayas. Bordering the Tibetan Plateau, her territory stretches 800 kilometers East to West, the world’s highest peaks including Mt. Everest marking her northern most limits...

View Details

 

 

Tour In Nepal

Buddhist Circuit Tour

  • Bodhgaya circuit

    4 Days 5 Nights

    Bodhgaya is situated on the banks of the river Niranjana, the holy river during the times of Lord Buddha. Across the river is a village known as Sujata Kuti, named after the girl Sujata who offered rice pudding to Siddhartha before Enlightenment.

    Activity: Buddhists Circuit

    Destination: Nepal

  • The country is bordered on the northwest by India and Bangladesh, on the northeast by Tibet and China, by Laos and Thailand to the southeast, and by the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea to the south. Myanmar's coastline is about 1,200 miles long (1,930 kilometers).

    Activity: Buddhists Circuit

    Destination: Nepal

  • Lumbini Circuit

    4 Days 5 Nights

    The Swayambunath Stupa is the most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu Valley. Historical records found on a stone inscription give evidence that the stupa was already an important Buddhist pilgrimage destination by the 5th century A.D. i.e. before the coming of Buddhism in the valley.

    Activity: Buddhists Circuit

    Destination: Nepal

  • The Full Buddhist Circuit

    9 Days 10 Nights

    Lumbini, Sravasti, Kushinagar, Keshariya, Vaishali, Patna, Nalanda, Rajgir, Bodhgaya, Sarnath Varanasi & return to Kathmandu.

     

    Visit Patan. Patan is one of the major cities of Nepal, best known for its rich cultural heritage and its tradition of arts and crafts. Also known as the city of festivals and feasts, it has a history of fine ancient art and is indeed renowned for its exquisite craftsmanship.

    Activity: Buddhists Circuit

    Destination: Nepal

For More Information

Tulsi Gyawali

Call Our Travel Expert
Tulsi Gyawali

Moblie: 9851023043

Sanctuary@mail.com.np

Follow Us On

Testimonials

I've been trekking & climbing in Nepal for many years and Nepal Sanctuary treks is without doubt the best agency I have used. Tulsi, Prashant and other staff worked hard to ensured that our trip to the Khumbu Himal was one of the most memorable. Our thanks to you all. We're looking forward to seeing you all again in 2016.

Ray D Voorburg, The Netherlands