"Helping the world get close to Nepal"

This small Himalayan nation is one of the world’s greatest trekking paradises and arguably the finest country in the world that’s known for its trekking trails and challenges. This wonderful country contains one of the ten best rivers in the world for rafting & has a huge concentration of art, culture, and tradition in the Kathmandu valley which cannot be found anywhere else in the world; Nepal is also one of the few countries of the world where you can see one-horned Rhinos.

Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of biodiversity due to its unique geographical position and altitude variation. The elevation of the country ranges from 60m above sea level to the highest point on earth, Mt. Everest at 8848 m, all within a distance of 150 km resulting in climatic conditions from Subtropical to the Arctic.

Kathmandu, known for its culinary delights, is said to be one of the best places to eat east of Bangkok and west of Istanbul. One guide book has called it the best ‘budget eating capital of Asia’.

True Fast Facts about Nepal

Area: 147,181 Sq. Km.

Longitude: 80° 4’ and 88°12’ East

Capital: Kathmandu

Population: 32.1 million

People: Nepal has more than 101 ethnic groups and 92 spoken languages

Time: 5 hours 45 minutes ahead of GMT and 15 minutes ahead of Indian Standard Time

National Bird: Impeyan Pheasant (Danfe)

National Flower: Rhododendron - Arboreum (Lali Gurans)

Electricity: 220 Volts AC - 50 Cycles

National Color: Crimson (Simrik)

Literacy Rate: 59% {2010}

Famous Nepalese Proverb: A smart jackal is no match for an old tiger

National Animal: The cow

Life Expectancy: 62 years on average


Nepal is geographically situated between the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China in the north and India in the South, East, and West.


Nepali is the official language of Nepal. However, English is understood and spoken by the majority of people in Kathmandu valley and other major cities.


Nepal was a monarchical state some years ago, but after the political parties united & fought for a parliamentary form of democracy, the country now follows a Multiparty Democracy with elected representatives by the people.


The main religion in Nepal is Hinduism. However, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity are also religions followed by a substantially large sum of people. All religions, even in minority, have coexisted amicably in Nepal for ages.


Nepal possesses some of the most outstanding bio-diversity in the world, ranging from the sub-tropical Rain forests to Alpine deserts & massive mountainous terrain.


The Climate in Nepal ranges from Tropical in the lowlands to arctic & extreme cold weather at higher altitudes in the Himalayas.


The monsoons in Nepal generally begin in June & runs through August till September end. However, most of the northern belts of Trans-Himalayan Zones are in the rain-shadow area which provides rain-free trekking.


Nepal’s topography starts from the world’s deepest gorge ‘Kaligandaki to Mt. Everest, the highest point on earth.

By law, what kind of enemy is a Gurkha forbidden to fight?

One of Hindu beliefs.

What’s so special about Nepal?

  • Nepal is the only country on the planet that houses:
  • The highest mountain peak in the world (Everest- at 8848m)
  • The deepest river gorge in the world (Kali Gandaki River)
  • The birthplace of Lord Buddha (Lumbini)
  • The Living Goddess (Kumari) who is worshipped and taken in a chariot procession annually on special occasions.
  • The non-rectangular flag
  • The best place in the world to study Tibetan Buddhism
  • The largest selection of books on the Himalayas and mountain climbing
  • Kathmandu, the capital city, with as many idols as men and as many temples as houses
  • A hotel can be found at the Everest National park at an altitude of 3870m, assumed to be the highest hotel in the world (Hotel Everest View)
  • Nepal - occupying only 0.1% of mother earth is home to:
  • 2% of all the flowering plants in the world
  • 8% of the world’s population of birds (more than 848 species)
  • 4% of mammals on earth
  • 11 of the world’s 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species)
  • 600 indigenous plant families
  • 319 species of exotic orchids


Nepal’s true beauty and exotic nature can only be viewed by strapping on your boots and hiking the length & breadth of the Himalayas. Rugged stark magnificence of Nepal’s mountains never fails to satisfy those seeking the peace of the mountains. Some of the greatest friendships have happened on the Himalayas, and self-discovery has stirred the emotions of trekkers for generations. The bold and brave have achieved fame and glory as much as tragedy has also struck, but the extraordinary mountains of Nepal continue to attract the adventurous year in and year out. However, Nepal is much more than just high and wild Himalayas. Its rushing rivers, unique terrain, and exotic wildlife make Nepal a paradise for adventure lovers. With several thrilling adrenaline rushing adventure sports to enjoy, read more to understand why Nepal is also known for other activities just as much as its mountains.

White Water Rafting

Flowing down from the great Himalayas, the rivers in Nepal provide some of the most exciting rafting experiences in the world. Blending in with vast green forests, beautiful mountain vistas, and jaw-dropping landscapes, white water rafting is one of the most famous adventure sports in Nepal known throughout the world.

Bungee Jumping

Nepal is famously known for one of the best bungee sites on planet earth. With 160m of high tropical gorges, and the Bhote Kosi River flowing below, those who do the jump experience mind-blowing memories that are impossible to forget, virtually. Geared with the best and safest equipment and expertise, bungee jumping in Nepal is in a league of its own. You can see the majestic backdrops of your surroundings from all sides, and with the roaring of the rivers below, your adrenaline peaks to the clouds. Unique Path will introduce you to this stunning once in a lifetime experience when you visit our astonishing country Nepal.


Relatively newly introduced into Nepal, heli-skiing in the world’s highest and most outrageous mountain range in the world is simply a gut-wrenching adventure with some considering it life-threatening, which is a bit too forgone for an opinion of this great sport. The amazing heights of the widespread snow-clad Himalayas and the added advantage of powdered snow are tempting enough to fascinate and attract the adventurous spirit of the avid skier.

You can heli-ski in the Khumbu, Langtang, Manang, and the area around Jomsom with breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks will hypnotize your senses in a way you never thought existed. Dream Peak Adventures is known for its skiing programs to some of the most exotic spots on the Himalayas.

Jungle Safaris

Jungle safaris take you to a whole new level of adventure in the teeming belts of Nepal’s eastern region. The tropical jungles that physically sit in the eastern terai belt of Nepal preserve some of the best habitats in the subcontinent of Asia. A journey to famous parks like Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park is a perfect way to experience a different wilderness close-up. Doing this safari brings you upfront with the shy animals in this region, and you would want to befriend them. If you are lucky enough you may find a beautiful Bengal tiger yawning in the glades, and simply viewing and taking pictures of this animal is a lifelong experience to remember God’s magnificent creations and gifts to mankind. Doing a safari in Nepal completes your idea of a ‘’Dream Vacation’’ in paradise – Nepal.

Everest SkyDiving

The very name itself defies the idea of do-or-die adventure ever innovated by mankind for adventure lovers to indulge in for some it’s even unimaginable. The fact that makes skydiving a more a guts-for-glory experience in Nepal than any other country is because of the stunning heights it takes you to. Sky diving in the shadows of Mt. Everest just nearby will certainly give you memories for a lifetime of generations to come.

This is an expensive sport in Nepal, but still never deters the adventure lover who’s looking for an experience that goes beyond the box, we think in for a risky sport totally in a league of its own.

As a summary, touring Nepal for historical discovery or a trek can be a lifetime experience, where vacations are determined to give you a meaningful sense of happiness of a special kind. Lace on your walking boots & jet into Nepal to enjoy your holidays with Dream Peak Adventure. We’ll escort you to hotspots where others just pass by.