Think Nepal and picture some of the world’s best trekking set against dramatically picturesque snow-capped Himalayan mountains. We love to reveal Nepal’s other hidden and remarkable secrets, from its timeless culture and off-the-beaten-track charms. Historically, Nepal was on the old exotic trading route between Tibet and India. Nepal became a melting pot of cultures and people, resulting in a beautiful fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism. A luxury Nepal holiday with Millis Potter brings it all to life.

Kathmandu’s temples and pagoda style medieval buildings are mesmerising. Merely walking through its ancient alleyways and markets provides you with a timeless link to Nepal’s colourful past. The beautiful Nepali people have eked out their lives on its steep hillsides. They created the dramatic rice paddies that Nepal is so well known for. Just meeting the locals is a pleasure who you will find will be the most genuine and hospitable people.

A trek through rural villages and foothills can be as easy and short as you would want. Opt for hikes in the Annapurna or Everest Base Camp, or further afield. Needless to say, as all our luxury Nepal holidays are tailor-made, you can experience Nepal without even trekking. You can take a helicopter ride into remote areas before returning to a luxury lodge at night. Moving south, you raft down mighty rivers that lead into the Ganges Plain.

You reach the flat plains of the Terai, where you find the jungles of Chitwan and Bardia. These are teeming with exotic birdlife, one-horned rhino, fantastic birdlife, and even tiger. At Millis Potter, we will allow you to immerse yourself into the many experiences which bring the destination to life. We will tailor an itinerary to Nepal totally around your interests. It might be a honeymoon, a family adventure to Nepal, a walking holiday, or a cultural tour. A luxury Nepal holiday is all about using the most excellent guides, boutique hotels, and experiences.

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Nepal Itineraries

This is just a selection of suggested itineraries that are there to help you with your ideas and to start the conversation with us about planning your tailor-made holiday. All our holidays are private for you and your party, and can depart on any day you like. We can adapt and change any element of these journeys, or design an itinerary from scratch around your travelling plans.

Classic Nepal

Kathmandu - Annapurna Trek - Pokhara - Bandipur - Seti River Rafting - Chitwan - Dhulikhel  

This itinerary to Nepal has it all; exploring Kathmandu, a trek in the mountains, rafting down the Seti River, wildlife in Chitwan and relaxation at the end of the trip.

14 days from £2320 p. p.

Nepal Trekking Holiday

Kathmandu - Annapurna Trek - Pokhara - Dhulikhel  

This is the ultimate Nepal Trekking Holiday. The mountain scenery of Nepal is impossibly spectacular, combine Kathmandu with a five day trek in the Annapurna Range and some R&R in Pokhara.

11 days from £1775 p. p.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek in Style

Kathmandu - Annapurna Base Camp Trek - Pokhara - Kathmandu  

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the best treks you can do in the Nepal. We use private porters, guides and superb lodges to ensure you have the best experience possible.

14 days from £2395 p. p.

Nepal’s Golden Triangle

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan National Park - Dhulikhel  

This classic itinerary combines Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan National Park, taking your time to sit back and enjoy the views, without needing to head off trekking in the mountains.

13 days from £3090 p. p.

Luxury Tour of Nepal and Bhutan

Kathmandu - Annapurna Trek - Punakha - Paro - Dhulikhel  

Snow-capped mountains, Buddhist Monasteries, trekking and historic cities await you on a luxury private tour of Nepal and Bhutan, a perfect combination that makes the most of your time in the mountains.

14 days from £3750 p. p.

Honeymoon to Nepal and Oman

Kathmandu - Pokhara - Dhulikhel - Muscat  

Nepal and Oman is a perfect honeymoon combination, blending an colourful dash of culture, adventure and beach. Head in the mountains of Nepal before kicking back on the beaches of the Arabian Sea.

14 days from £2700 p. p.

High & Wild: A Family Adventure to Nepal

Kathmandu - Bandipur - Annapurna Trek - Pokhara - Seti River Rafting - Chitwan - Dhulikhel  

Nepal is quite simply one of the world’s best adventure playgrounds, one that makes for the ultimate family holiday combining so many amazing experiences that your children will love.

13 days from £2390 p. p.

Luxury Helicopter Tour of Nepal

Kathmandu - Everest - Mustang - Annapurna - Langtang - Dhulikhel  

If you are looking for the ultimate luxury adventure to Nepal, then it has to include helicopters! Delve into remote corners of the Himalayas that take weeks to reach on foot.

10 days from £10795 p. p.

Nepal Overland

Kathmandu - Nuwakot - Bandipur - Annapurna Trek - Pokhara - Chitwan - Kurintar - Dhulikhel  

A journey by road allows you see so much more than flying from place to place. You will pass through remote villages and towns, seeing the way of life far away from the main tourist routes.

16 days from £2795 p. p.

Cleansing Body and Soul in Nepal

Kathmandu - Annapurna Trek - Dhulikhel  

There are fewer better destinations than Nepal for cleansing both body and soul; and we promise you will return back glowing! Combine three nights in Kathmandu, a four-day trek and then a five-night spa break at Dwarika's Dhulikhel.

14 days from £3830 p. p.

Nepal Accommodation

This is just an overview of the hotels and lodges we feature, from characterful boutique lodges to luxury hotels. We do have a range of other hotels that we use, so if you don't see from our portfolio what you are looking for, we almost certainly know about it and can help plan an itinerary using it.

Moksha Mustang

Moksha Mustang

$ $ $ $ $ Pokhara & Annapurna Region  

Moksha Mustang is the latest luxury boutique hotel to open in this remote corner of Nepal. Moksha overlooks the 7,000-metre snow-capped peak of Nilgiri and the views are simply incredible. For those with an adventurous spirit looking to get truly off the beaten track, a stay at Moksha Mustang is a must.

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Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu, Nepal - Millis Potter Travel

Hyatt Regency Kathmandu

$ $ $ $ $ Kathmandu Valley  

The Hyatt Regency is a luxury hotel close to Nepal’s main international airport in Kathmandu. With 280 rooms, it offers a host of excellent facilities and rooms.

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$ $ $ $ $ Kathmandu Valley  

Dwarika’s is a delightful luxury hotel and is the most luxurious option in Kathmandu, beautifully echoing Nepal’s architectural heritage and local craftsmanship.

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Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge, Nepal | Boutique Hotels in Nepal

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

$ $ $ $ $ Pokhara & Annapurna Region  

Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge is an luxury eco-friendly retreat overlooking the Annapurna Range in Nepal, perfect to stay at either before or after a trek.

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Infinity Pool, Dwarika's Dhulikhel, Kathmandu, Nepal

Dwarika’s Dhulikhel

$ $ $ $ $ Kathmandu Valley  

Dwarika’s Dhulikhel is a luxury resort located on the top of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal offering superb views, about an hour’s drive from the city.

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Pavilions Himalaya, Pokhara, Nepal | Luxury Honeymoon Hotels in Nepal | Millis Potter

The Pavilions Himalaya

$ $ $ $ $ Pokhara & Annapurna Region   View hotel
Kasara Resort, Chitwan, Nepal | Wildlife Lodge Nepal | Millis Potter

Kasara Resort Chitwan

$ $ $ $ $ Chitwan & the Terai   View hotel
Inn at Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal - Millis Potter

The Inn at Patan

$ $ $ $ $ Kathmandu Valley  

The Inn at Patan is traditional former Newari town-house located close to Patan Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal and is now a delightful boutique hotel.

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Famous Farm, Nuwakot

Famous Farm

$ $ $ $ $ Central Nepal  

Famous Farm is located in the off-the-beaten track village of Nuwakot, to the north-west of Kathmandu in Nepal, and is a restored heritage farmhouse giving you a superb insight into rural Nepal.

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Basanta Lodge, Nepal | Trekking | Millis Potter Travel

Basanta Lodge

$ $ $ $ $ Pokhara & Annapurna Region  

Basanta Lodge is located in the village is Dhampus in the Annapurna Region of Nepal and is a lovely trekking lodge, perfect to finish a trek in the mountains of Nepal.

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three Mountain Lodge, Bandipur, Nepal

Three Mountain Lodge

$ $ $ $ $ Central Nepal  

Three Mountain Lodge is a 12-room trekking lodge located above the village of Bandipur in Nepal, overlooking the Annapurna Range in the distance.    

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Summit River Lodge

$ $ $ $ $ Central Nepal   View hotel
Himalaya Lodge

Himalaya Lodge

$ $ $ $ $ Pokhara & Annapurna Region   View hotel

Nepal Experiences

This is a selection of experiences that allow you to see the destination in new and interesting ways. Almost all our experiences include a private guide, and can be then tailored to your particular interests. Indeed, many of the experiences we offer are created individually for our guests, so this list is by no means conclusive. In fact, we leave a couple of our best ideas up our sleeves for when you enquire with us.

Chitwan & the Terai

The southern lowlands of Nepal are called the Terai, and are well known for the superb wildlife on offer. Chitwan and Bardia National Parks are both well known for the one-horned rhino, deer, Bengal tiger, leopard, muggar crocodile, sloth bear and over 500 species of birdlife.

Central Nepal

The areas between Kathmandu and Pokhara make up the central regions of Nepal, linked by the main Tribhuven Highway that links the two cities. As you head off the main road, you find some interesting towns and villages.

Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu is one of the most fascinating cities in the subcontinent. It was cut off from the outside world until the 1950s, and so it retains its own distinct character, architecture and history. Kathmandu is awash with pagoda style buildings, temples and shrines, and its narrow streets and bustling markets are ideal just to wander around seeing the traditional Nepalese way of life.

Pokhara & Annapurna Region

Pokhara is the gateway to the Annapurna Region, idyllically located next to the dramatic Phewa Lake with the snow-capped Annapurna Range as a backdrop. It is the main base for a trek into the mountains of Nepal.

Nepal Info

Flying Time: 13-14 hours from the UK via Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Doha or Delhi.

Recommended Airlines: Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Etihad and Jet Airways.

Time Zone: UTC +5:45


Luxury Helicopter Tour of Nepal


Visiting Nepal in January

January is a great month for views, although it gets a little chilly at higher altitudes, which means that Everest Treks are not really possible, especially to Base Camp. Annapurna Treks are certainly possibly in the foothills, with temperatures lovely by day for walking, and dropping down to about 5 Degrees at night. Most lodges have lovely fires to keep you warm.

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Visiting Nepal in February

A perfect month for a luxury Nepal holiday. It starts to warm up, and the views are still magical throughout Nepal. It's the peak month to trek in the Annapurna Range, so ensure you book well ahead to get the lodges you want.

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Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in March

It starts to get a little warmer in the day, and March is wonderful time to visit Nepal. The rhododendrons come into bloom making the trekking exceptionally picturesque. The days are longer meaning you can walk a little further. Its a superb time to visit the wildlife parks of Chitwan and Bardia.

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Namche Bazaar, Everest Region, Nepal, Luxury Nepal Holidays


Visiting Nepal in April

April is considered the last month to trek, with day time temperatures rising quite a bit meaning you need to stop for water quite often. The views are still good, although generally better in the mornings before the clouds cover the snow-capped mountains. In the late afternoon, you might expect a short shower which helps to clear the views for the following morning. Kathmandu welcomes the many mountaineers hoping to climb Everest the following month. It is another great month for wildlife viewings in the Terai.

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Everest, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in May

May is traditionally the Everest summit month, and you can certainly do the Everest Base Camp Trek to see it in full swing. Given the higher altitudes, the temperatures aren't too cold for you, although the views at lower elevations on the trek can be shrouded in cloud.

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Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in June

It starts to get really very hot in the early part of June, making trekking almost too hot in the Annapurna Region, although you could visit the Kathmandu Valley for a cultural tour. The monsoon breaks at the end of June when the temperatures drop, but the humidity rises.

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Prayer Wheels, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in July

July and August are some of the wettest months to travel to Nepal. You can of course visit Kathmandu, but expect rain, and views shrouded in cloud!

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Visiting Nepal in August

The monsoon is in full swing, so we don't really advise travel in August for a Nepal holiday.

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Visiting Nepal in September

The monsoon starts to ease in September, but can last until the end of the month meaning that the snow-capped mountains can still be covered in cloud. If you do want to travel in September and trek, we advise to leave it towards the end of the month if you can.

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Pokhara, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in October

October is one of the best months for a Nepal holiday. The monsoon has left the country green and lush, the clouds have dissipated, revealing the snow-capped mountains to reveal themselves and the temperatures are lovely for trekking and touring. An excellent month to trek in the Everest Region before the winter temperatures arrive. The wildlife parks are OK to visit, but the undergrowth has returned making sightings more difficult.

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Phewa Lake, Pokhara, Nepal


Visiting Nepal in November

November is pretty much the best month to travel to Nepal. The views and temperatures are at their very best, but do note that there can be lots of visitors during November, so book well in advance to get the hotels and trekking lodges you want.

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Visiting Nepal in December

The temperatures start to drop in December, meaning you get chilly nights, but day-time temperatures for trekking at lower altitudes (under 3000 metres) is absolutely fine. The views are perfect, and in many ways is a 'secret season' for a Nepal holiday, especially if you want to do an Annapurna Trek.

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