Get up close and personal with Nepal's wildlife and unspoilt vistas.1/24
Listen to the melodious chimes of the nearby monasteries' temple bells calling monks to prayer.2/24
Meet the locals as you wander the bustling streets: if you are lucky, you will witness one of Nepal's many religious celebrations.3/24
Say your own prayers as you walk around this prayer totem three times, customary in Buddhist practice.4/24
Try not to look down as you make your way across the suspension bridge on the Seti River.5/24
Capture the beauty of Nepal's panoramic views: any photopraphers dream!6/24
Hire a microlight for stunning ariel views of the Pokhara region.7/24
Gaze across the mirror like surface of the Phewa Lake, Pokhara.8/24
Spend the day relaxing in pool with a view at the Tiger Mountain Lodge, Pokhara.9/24
Pick up some local arts and crafts in Patan, a city famous for its rich cultural heritage and quality handiwork.10/24
Learn about Nepal's many religious influences: from Hinduism to Daoism, to being the birthplace of Buddha.12/24
Come that bit closer to achieving enlightenment when you visit the Boudhanath stupa, one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Kathmandu.13/24
White water rafting down the Seti River with the Annapurnas as your backdrop - a great way for any thrill seeker to spend an afternoon.14/24
Discover some of Kathmandu's most ancient temples as your guide teaches you about their significance.15/24
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast whilst taking in the breathtaking views across the Himalayas from the Ghandruk Himalaya Lodge.16/24
See the Buddhist prayer flags blowing in the wind as you ascend the steps to the Tengboche monastery.17/24
Fly over the Gokyo Lakes in Sagarmantha National Park, the world’s highest freshwater lakes located almost 16,000ft above sea level.18/24
Keep yourselves snug in the Kongde Hotel and enjoy the unparalleled views over Mount Everest.19/24
Enjoy an elephant safari through the Chitwan National Park and discover some of Nepal's diverse wildlife for a truly memorable addition to your trip.20/24
Exert yourself on an overnight trek in Annapurna and discover some of Nepal's hidden trails.21/24
Tick something else off your bucket list and complete your own Himalayan Odyssey, trekking across some of Annapura’s most pristine regions.22/24
Take a helicopter tour of the Annapurna Base camp for unrivalled views across the Himalayas.23/24
We love the simple charm of lodges in Nepal, from where you can explore the Himalayas in complete comfort.24/24
A valid passport is required for all nationals. A single entry visa can be obtained on arrival in Kathmandu after completing the relevant application form and presenting it with two passport photographs and a fee of US$25. Should you choose, it is possible to obtain a visa prior to travel from any of the Royal Nepalese Embassies or Consulates abroad but we recommend obtaining a visa on arrival as it is a quick and straightforward procedure. Multiple entry visas valid for 15 days cost £20 and 30 days costs £35. These can be obtained at the Royal Nepalese Embassy by sending an application form together with your passport and two photographs.
If you would like to use a visa service to process your visa on your behalf, we recommend CIBT Visas. They have expert knowledge in visa requirements, and are dedicated to ensuring that obtaining your visas is as efficient and hassle-free as possible.
CIBT provide various levels of visa service, including detailed information about which visas and documentation you and your party require, clear and user-friendly application forms, and a full concierge service to manage your application from start to finish. There is a team of experts on hand to offer advice, and liaise with embassies on your behalf.
Ampersand can personally endorse the services CIBT provides, and our partnership secures a 20% discount on all CIBT services fees for our clients. We would highly recommend speaking to a specialist at CIBT to determine which service would best suit your needs.
You can begin the process of finding out which visas you require and how to apply by following this link. This will log you in to the Ampersand CIBT account, securing your dedicated discount. For more information, please contact the CIBT visa team on 020 7593 6100 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or discuss with your Ampersand consultant.
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