Nepal: Yes, You Can Go Right Now

Nepal is a destination for both the adventurer and the culture lover, and Remote Lands is ready to plan your Nepal expedition.

Recently announcing that the country is open to international vaccinated and Covid negative travelers without quarantine, Nepal joins a handful of other Asian nations in the vanguard of reopening. One-horned rhinos, the tallest peaks on the planet, and a spiritual meeting of worlds — Nepal is a destination for both the adventurer and the culture lover, and Remote Lands is ready to plan your Nepal expedition.

Himalayas by Helicopter

One of the most rugged and beautiful landscapes on Earth, explore this One of the most rugged and breathtaking landscapes on Earth, this Himalayan wonder is most dramatically viewed from the skies. Helicopter from Kathmandu to Kala Patthar just above Mt. Everest Base Camp to have a champagne breakfast with a mindblowing view of the world’s highest mountain, and relax as you traverse untouched peaks from the comfort of a chopper, touching down in Lukla, Bandipur, and Pokhara.

Wildlife

Many people are surprised to learn that southern Nepal –  just 25 minutes by plane from Kathmandu – is sub-tropical with palm trees and lush jungles. Chitwan National Park is perhaps the single greatest wildlife safari destination in Asia. The meltwaters from the Himalayas create the Terai, and in it reside Bengal Tigers, Indian Leopard and the remarkable One-Horned Rhinoceros, known as the Unicorn of the Rhino world, or Rhinoceros unicornis (really). Stay in the luxury Taj Meghauli Serai on the banks of the Rapti River and marvel at Nepal’s biodiverse wonderland.

Trekking the Annapurnas

Conquer the breathtaking Annapurnas, considered by some the most beautiful mountain range in Nepal. Interact with unique cultures and experience authentic Nepalese life as you are held spellbound by unforgettable scenic views of green valleys, lush forests, alpine meadows, desert plateaus and icy mountains. Stay in Pokhara at the Lost Horizon Hotel and Spa, a newly opened SLH property on the lovely Begnas Lake. End your journey in Jomsom at the new Moksha Mustang which brings a higher end hotel option to this remote town.

Mustang the Easy Way

Normally a seven-day trek or multi-day drive on rough roads, travelers can instead fast-track their way into the former Himalayan Kingdom of Mustang by taking a helicopter from Jomsom or Kathmandu. Ride through charming far-flung villages on horseback where the locals rarely see tourists, take in spectacular mountain views, and even meet a member of Mustang royalty from the previous Kingdom of Lo. Explore the walled city, visit with Buddhist monks, and sleep under the stars of Lo Manthang in Nepal’s last untouched travel frontier.

FREEFALL AT EVEREST

o to the top of the world. Go higher. And, then, jump out of a plane. Skydive surrounded by the planet’s highest mountains from 23,000 feet in the air, one of the most incredible experiences in the world. Stare Everest in the eye and get ready for the most exciting and memorable 40 seconds of your life — all captured on video by our photography team

MOTORBIKING MOUNTAINS

Hit the winding roads of the Himalayas on your very own Royal Enfield Buit the winding roads of the Himalayas on your very own Royal Enfield Bullet, a classic, hearty motorcycle perfectly suited to tackle an epic 400-mile road trip, taking you on a loop to see some of the region’s most spectacular spots. Along the way, bikers will find endless magical vistas, luxurious accommodations such as Dwarika’s in Kathmandu and Dhulikhel, and the curious wildlife of Chitwan National Park.