This is a first in the country’s history; Nepal successfully found its long treasured dream of landing one million foreign tourists [via air] in the year 2018. This benchmark of accomplishment is an extraordinary year for tourism in the history of this Himalayan nation. Simultaneously, the government has also recognized 100 new destinations in the country and decided to promote these destinations with spotlight on the upcoming ‘Visit Nepal’ tourism campaign for 2020.
In the run-up to this cherished dream, Down to Earth Adventure played its part in this dream along with other companies and we wish to break all boundaries in helping our beautiful country realize the goals of ‘’Visit Nepal 2020’’. Nepal’s natural geography owns a variety of gems to win the hearts of tourists of any sort. Down to Earth conducts programs of detailed interests matching the needs of even the sensitive tourist which branches out to ancient buildings at heritage sites and is closely related to tourism activities – a particular area of interest. This wonderful combination of tourism and architecture depend on each other and has spellbound tourists for years. The joint relationship has been significant since ancient times and plays a very important role in everyday sightseeing conducted by Down to Earth Adventure.
The Annapurna region is based to the north of Central Nepal and acquires its name from the Sanskrit word meaning “Goddess of Harvests.” It is an area which is certainly blessed with natural beauty .
Dramatic high altitude landscapes portrayed in the 1999 Oscar-nominated best foreign film “Himalaya” have added to the intrigue of this remote, inaccessible region.
Encompassing an eastern approach to Everest, Rolwaling, Makalu Base Camp, Arun Valley as well as Kangchenjunga, Eastern Nepal trekking offers endless opportunities to explore without the hordes of tourists found in other areas of Nepal.
Climbing above the tree-lines in the Everest Region… this is alpine country offering much more than the majestic mountains The highest mountain peak in the world.
Inhabited since at leas 300 BC, the Kathmandu valley is home to over 130 important monuments of which the majority carry the indigenous Newar flavour in the unique art and sculpture as well as developing Asia’s hallmark multi-tiered pagoda architecture.
Although Langtang region may not be able to rival the 8000m+ towering peaks of Khumbu (Everest) region, it surely makes up for it in its well-conserved haven of biodiversity.
Lying to the west of the popular Annapurna Himal in west-central Nepal Himalayas, Manaslu region is a relatively untouched, restricted area full of mystery, charm and sensational scenery just waiting for the intrepid adventurer to explore.
“Mun Tan” is the Tibetan word meaning fertile plain that Mustang is named after. Located in North-Central Nepal on the Central Asian plateau bordering Tibet, Dolpo and Manang.