Travel to Nepal
FCM inComing are one of the top DMCs in Nepal. Nepal only opened its borders in 1950 and has been a fascinating country to visit ever since. In between India and Tibet, our marvelous country has many beautiful experiences to offer. We have tropical forests, and the glorious mountains of the Himalaya. In our country you can still see the jungle tiger and the snow leopard, trek the Himalaya's, raft down a Nepali river or join a Buddhist pilgrimage. But, it is not only nature we have to offer. What to think of the beautiful medieval cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. But you can also go canyoning, climbing, kayaking, paragliding and mountain biking against the backdrop of some of the world's most dramatic landscapes. Foreign guests are treated very well and we hope to welcome you to our beautiful country. Further down the page: Read about our company * Travel facts Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. There is also a map of our country and our latest Nepal travel news.
Udyog Vihar Phase V,
Gurgaon - 122 016,
Delhi NCR, India.
Phone: +91 124 490 8888
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Travel Highlights Nepal
The third of the medieval city-states in the Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur is also the best preserved. It has three major squares full of towering temples with some of the finest religious architecture in the entire country.
Asia's largest stupa is filled with Pilgrims, Tibetan monks, monasteries and workshops. Not to be missed.
Chitwan National Parkand Safari
Chitwan means Heart of the Jungle. It's famous as one of the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia.
Kathmandu has controlled the most important caravan route between Tibet and India. It's the country's biggest and most cosmopolitan city.
A World Heritage site, Lumbini is of huge religious significance and attracts Buddhist pilgrims from around the world.
A journey not to be missed is to Swayambhunath - the Monkey Temple is an experience that is incomparable. When you visit Nepal, don't miss this great temple.Crammed full of carvings, it is a jumble of Buddhist and Hindu symbolism.
Trekking the Himalayas
Trekking to the Everest is also called "the steps to heaven". Whilst climbing and trekking through high passes and glaciers,you will see Sherpa villages and panoramic views and meet locals during teahouse stays.
Program ideas Nepal
Guardian names Nepal as No 1 travel destination
Nepal has secured the top spot in the list of 10 best places to travel published by the British newspaper The Guardian. In its report titled, ‘How to plan a post-Brexit holiday—from Serbia to the Lake District’, the online edition of the popular newspaper has placed Nepal on No 1 spot.
“Pound for pound, Nepal is better value than Europe,” says Catherine Shearer of specialist cycle holiday experts H+I Adventures. The country has had a tricky few years that have featured Maoist insurgency, royal massacre and a devastating earthquake, but Nepal has come roaring back. Travellers are reporting a sense of optimism and vibrancy that rubs off on visitors.
More about FCM inCOMING
We are an excellent Destination Management Company in Nepal. Our team is made up exclusively of people who know Nepal and have years of experience in planning and delivering itineraries which capture the essence of the country.
You and your clients would be in safe hands with us. Our team is dedicated towards offering you the best service.