A relatively short drive whilst on your family holiday to Nepal takes you into the middle Himalayas with the awe-inspiring panorama of the highest mountains in the world in front of you for you to enjoy on Himalayan holidays.
Here there is white water rafting or kayaking, balloon rides and the most charming traditional hill villages to walk through, learning about local cultures. For older teenagers who enjoy walking, we also have some truly fabulous trekking from Annapurna and the base of Mount Everest, for one of the best places to visit in the Himalayas. There is even heli-skiing!
Nepal is also a very child-friendly culture and the very exoticism of some of the Buddhist monasteries, Hindu temples and medieval towns often sparks a lifelong curiosity about the world and its diverse peoples. Since Nepal is small and relatively easy to get to, it is perfect even for autumn half-term or Easter breaks.
Highlights of a luxury family holiday to Nepal:
By Marcela Kunova - 20th April 2017
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