- Glimpses of Nepal
- Culturally Kathmandu
- Terai Wildlife Tour
- Annapurna Sanctuary Trek
- Upper Mustang Trek
- Everest Base Camp Trek
- Langtang Trek
- Nepal Panorama Eco Tour
- Tibet Tour
- The Dragon Kingdom Bhutan Tour
- Dashain : 27th September-5th October 2017
- Indra Jatra: 5th September 2017 Special to Kathmandu Valley
- TEEJ- 24th August Celebrating the festival where women come together to feast and fast
- Tihar: 17th-21st October All over Nepal
Joyful time with lights and colours , engage in the festive mood all across Nepal
Tihar, the festival of lights, colours, music and dances are favourites amongst many Nepali. It is a time when homes are lit with butter lamps and evenings are filled with young boys and girls visiting neighours homes and performing dances while singing.
On the first day of the festival, Kaag (crow) is worshipped as the informant of Yaama or death is worshipped. The second day is dedicated to dogs as the agents of Yaama and the third day, called Gai Puja (cow worship), cows are worshipped as goddess of wealth. In the evening of the Gai Puja an elaborate ceremony is conducted in each household to welcome the goddess of wealth.
Fourth day is dedicated to the draught animal, oxen. This is the time when Newari community performs Mha puja- which is ritual for oneself. Followed by this on the fifth day called Bhai Tika (brothers tika). On this day, the sisters put tiks of five different colours on their brothers forehead as a symbol of love and protection for each other. This meaningful day symbolizing realtion of sibling puts an end to the festival.
Throughout the Five days, the streets are lit beautifully. Celebrating crows,dogs, cows and relations with sublings this festival is very special.