Throughout Asia the exploitative practices of elephant tourism are being phased out, and Tiger Tops in Chitwan is looking for the middle ground to protect their remaining elephants ethically and carefully.
Jay Tindall has been shooting sadhus for more than two decades; down his lens, the varied faces of the holy men of Nepal and India tell tales.
Travelogues journeys to Nepal’s Chitwan National Park where deer, rare birds, and tigers mingle with the one-horned rhinos in a jungle fed by the ice of the Himalayas.
Just east of Kathmandu is an accessible gateway to Nepal in the Middle Ages: Bhaktapur. with culture, architecture, and roaring markets, this underrated Nepal destination is as unique as it is accessible.
Nam Cheah turns her camera on Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, where she finds a city of color and chaos and a world still recovering from the earthquake of 2015.
If the altitude and long hours of the Annapurna Circuit seem a little too intense, this personal journey to the summit of Poon Hill is just what you need.
On the ground, in the white water, and above the mountains, Pokhara is a playground for travelers seeking and adrenaline rush.
Kathmandu may not be known for its fine dining, but for foodies looking for something a little deeper, Nepal’s capital delivers.
As one few thousand people a year are privileged enough to visit Upper Mustang, Jay Tindall brings us a tale of princes, caves, and isolation in an ancient kingdom.
Nepal’s luxury accommodation options have been on the rise for years, and these hotels are the finest and most unique options travelers can hope for.
There’s another side to Nepal, a wild side, a world brimming with rhinos and elephants, tigers and crocodiles, lazy rivers and grasslands.