Ascent to the Mera Peak

Nepal Travel Guide

What to see? About the region

  • View from the Annapurna Sanctuary

    The Annapurna Region

    The Annapurna massif offers a multitude of trekking trails punctuated with small villages and lodges, for all levels. The diversity of the landscapes, from the rice fields to the snow-capped peaks, through the desert of Lower Mustang, makes this region of Nepal truly unique.
  • Aerial view of Katmandu

    The Kathmandu Valley

    Palaces, squares and temples with pagoda roofs bear witness to an eventful history, constantly influenced by the Buddhist and Hindu religions. Among the must-sees are the cities of Bhaktapur and Patan, the stupas of Boddnath and Swayambunath, or the site of Pashupatinath. A treat for all art and culture lovers!
  • Trekkers in front of the Everest

    Mt Everest

    Known as Sagarmatha in Nepal and Chomolungma in Tibet, the highest and most famous mountain on the planet. The trek to basecamp is a demanding high altitude trail attempted by adventures from all over the world each year. Other notable peaks in the region include Cho Oyu, Pumori and the beautiful Ama Dablam.
  • Asian elephants blowing water out of trunks in Chitwan

    Chitwan National Park

    Located in the low lands of central Nepal, Chitwan National Park is an area of incredible biodiversity. Home to one horned rhinos, Bengal tigers and over 500 different bird species. This wildlife haven is well worth a visit if you have any free time after your adventure in the Himalaya.