Situated between India and China in the lap of the Himalaya and spread over the area of 147,181 sq. kms, Nepal is a sovereign federal democratic republic. Inhabited by around three million population classified as 125 ethnic groups speaking more than 92 dialects, the country has a unique topography elevating from 60 meters from sea level in the south to 8,848meters (the Mt. Everest), the world’s highest peak, in the north and offers an array of diverse vegetation as well as wildlife. With around 80 percent of the total population following Hinduism, around 10 percent following Buddhism, 4 percent Islam, one percent Christianity and five percent following Kirant, animism, Nature worship and others, Nepal upholds the glory of a unity in diversity in all different issues and sectors.

Home of the eight out of fourteen highest peaks of the world including The Everest, birth place of the Light of Asia (The Buddha), home of the brave Gurkhas and sturdy Sherpas, the land of famous Hindu temples (Pashupatinath, Muktinath, Manakamna), Nepal is rich in flora, fauna, rivers, rare animals, cultures, events an festivals and much more. It has been attracting a large number of visitors every year for different purposes from mountaineering, trekking, river rafting, hiking, jungle safari, canoeing, boating, paragliding, cycling, bird watching, bungy jumping, ultralight flight, mountain flight, pilgrimage, heritage walk, culture tours, participating in events and festivals, organizing meetings, seminars and sports, shopping, experiencing yoga and meditation, enjoying spa, wellness and other therapeutic practices and much more as per the taste, time and temperament of the visitors.