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Holiday in a Bed and Breakfast in Nepal

Special about Nepal is the fact that is has enormously charming towns, but also an abundance of nature, peace and serenity. A beautiful combination! Would you like to stay in fun, authentic locations where you can easily make contact with the super friendly locals? Then choose a bed & breakfast, hostel or guesthouse.


Pokhara is a popular destination and with good reason: from here you can make beautiful hikes through the Annapurna nature reserve. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and stay accommodations that make Pokhara a vibrant destination. You can spend the day amidst nature and have a beer while exchange travel tips with other tourists over in a bar at night. In Pokhara you meet all kinds of nationalities and there’s a laid-back ‘backpackers’ atmosphere.

B&B in Kathmandu

Capital Kathmandu is situated at the foot of the Himalaya Mountains. Outside the rain season you can enjoy the view of the majestic mountain summits. From Kathmandu, many people take a tour through the Himalaya. Are you less of a sports fan? Then a helicopter flight around Mount Everest is an alternative. An unforgettable experience! The heart of the old town is Durbar Square, a square surrounded by temples with wood carvings. Another must-see is the stoepa Bouddhanath, a Buddhist sanctuary. This friendly looking colossus with cheerful prayer flags will bring a smile to your face! You can also hear a mantra here, which we guarantee will stay in your head all day. Another highlight is the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath. Cremations take place by the water and it is impressive to see how the Hindus deal with death.

Bed and breakfast in Bhaktapur

Just like Kathmandu, Bhaktapur is one of the King cities, but much more quiet. It is the perfect city to catch your breath. Here you can also stay in a B&B, guesthouse or pension. Bhaktapur has gorgeous buildings, decorated with terracotta and wood carvings. No wonder the city centre is part of the Unesco World Heritage list! Something you definitely should do: having a cup of tea at the Tamaudhi Square, with a view of the highest pagoda of the country. Equally fun: wandering through the town and enjoying the street life. Especially the markets are a colourful spectacle.

Bed & breakfast in Chitwan National Park

If you are a lover of nature and spotting wildlife, then you should not miss the Chitwan National Park. In this oldest national park of Nepal you can see elephants, rhinos, deer, antelopes, crocodiles, rare birds and, if you are very lucky, a tiger! Here you can spend the night in charming lodges and you can discover the park accompanied by a guide. You can do this on foot, in a canoe, a jeep or on an elephant. A stay in Chitwan is very relaxed, but do make sure to bring enough DEET against the malaria mosquitoes.

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Many tourists who visit Nepal can’t stop talking about it. What makes this country so special? You really have to experience it for yourself. Book your B&B, pension or guesthouse in Nepal on now and don’t pay any reservation costs. Namaste! View all B&B’s in Nepal. >>