Soar across magnificent snowcapped peaks in the Himalayas with this flight trip around Everest. It's perfect for the majority of us who'll never make the arduous climb to the summit. The flight – aboard Buddha Air, Yeti Air or Simrik Air – covers the incredible mountain ranges, glaciers and gorges of the Himalayan region, so you can expect to spend an hour in awe over these striking sights. See the top Everest, the world's highest mountain, and spot as many as 16 neighboring peaks on your airborne adventure: Kangchenjunga, third in the world; Lhotse, following at fourth; Makalu, the Annapurnas, and many more.
Fly from Kathmandu City to Pokhara (or vice versa) with ease via leading local airlines - Simrik Airlines, Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines – and add some much-deserved convenience to your trip. Those with tighter itineraries will appreciate the swift transit of these one-way flights. Bringing both cities within easy access of eachother, hopping aboard a plane is a great way to optimize your Nepal stay!
From the moment you arrive in Kathmandu, you’ll enjoy the utmost convenience as your professional driver greets you in the arrival hall and takes you safely and swiftly to your chosen Kathmandu city hotel. Whether you’re a couple or a big group of up to 8, these private transfers will comfortably accommodate you and your luggage. You’ll also be able to take in the first sights of Kathmandu in the exclusivity of your vehicle without having to navigate the public transport system or wait for a taxi. Begin and end your time in Kathmandu with these stress-free transfers by choosing a round trip, simply make a second booking for your chosen route.
The trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara is 8-10 hours long (yes, you read that right!) and we all know just how tiring long-haul transfers can be! No need to worry, because now you can enjoy a comfortable journey from Kathmandu to the beautiful city of Pokhara via a tourist bus for an affordable price. No wonder this is recognized as one of the best ways to travel between Kathmandu and Pokhara! For just a little bit more, you can sit back and relax in a spacious tourist bus while enjoying the changing sceneries.