What strikes at first about Nepal is the awe that the mountain peaks can generate and truly so, where in the world would you get the Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and the Dhaulagiri in its mighty grandeur, all at the same place? And as you move along towards the Eastern side of the country, you’ll realize that Nepal isn’t just about mountains, it is as much about the beauty of hills, rivers and wetlands as it is about the alpine pastures.
Chitwan - Jungle of wildlife visited on Elephant back
Dhulikhel - Traditional craftsman town
Lumbini - The Birthplace of Bhudda
Kathamandu Valley - Commercial hub
Tribhuvan International Airport
10-12 hour direct & connecting flights from the UK
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October and November are considered the best times of the year to travel to Nepal. The monsoon will have just ended, and clear skies with optimal temperature will prevail. Between mid-February and mid-April there is 12 hours of sunshine. From mid-June to early October, it's the monsoon, during which time it rains almost everyday and most of the Himalayas are hidden behind the clouds.
IndeBo offer you a unique Nepal experience. It is only with them that you can be a part of a dream flight around the Everest, aboard the Pilatus Porter followed by a champagne breakfast nearby. And if that is not enough, dinner at quaint places, a tiger safari at Chitwan and lunch with the tribes of Tharu village, all await you in a country which is a wonder of the world.
Kathumandu Valley is home to many conference hotels and meeting facilities. There is also an International Convention Centre in the sourthen part of the city occupies a total area of 7.37 hectares with a construction space of 12,573 sq.m. The ICC is designed to bear an earthquake up to 9 magnitudes in Richter scale. IndeBo DMC can advise on conference and meeting facilities throughout the whole of Nepal, including the out of the box venues.