Tailor your perfect trip to Nepal…
Specialising in bespoke trips from sea level in Nepal to the highest points of the world. All our trips are tailored to suit your interests, whether that be as an individual, group, business or school.
With 15 years of experience in taking tours of Nepal and welcoming all our guests to the land of wonders, our small eco-travel company, Bespoke Nepal, works to make your dreams of adventure come alive.
Go off the beaten track, on a fully tented expedition.
Nepal is the heartland of the Himalayas and this provides for one of the best white water experiences in the world with numerous rivers flowing from snow fed waters from the east to the west of the country.
With plenty of open green and fertile space, a country containing six different climatic zones, Nepal could be your gateway to your next creative venture.
Nepal is the yogic centre of the world. Udaya and Grace are both qualified yoga teachers by the Pashupatinath school of yoga. If you want an expertly designed spiritual adventure then look no further.
The world’s adventure playground, check out Ride Nepal for more details on our motorcycle tours.
Stay in Kathmandu Valley
The famous mandala of which Kathmandu is the centre of, legend tells was a lake where many lotus flowers grew before it was drained by the god Krishna to become habitable land. Home to countless temples, stupas, idols and Monasteries, Kathmandu Valley is full of sacred sites and living traditions.
Do something extraordinary, visit Nepal!
Whether its a Medical Elective you’re after or experience in Nursing, Dentistry, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, Pharmacy or Radiography, we can organise everything for you. From picking you up at the airport, your accommodation, transport to your place of work, outside the workplace activities, a cook to take care of all your meals and the provision of valuable hands on experience in a captivating country such as Nepal.Alongside your time spent in your chosen department we can organise outside the workplace activities like trekking to remote villages in the Himalayas and visiting local health clinics in remote areas.