Nepal has always been known for its scenery landscape and high mountains and Tourism industry has always played a direct and indirect role in the country’s economic development. Till recently people saw Nepal as a major holiday destination for trekkers and mountaineers but recent development in infrastructure and Nepal government’s direct role in the development of Tourism sector has helped Nepal in promoting itself as a major Incentive Destination. Nepal is rich in “once-in-a-lifetime-experiences” and a perfect destination for taking out your employees from their normal world of work and put them in surroundings that are out of the ordinary, be it for saying thank you for hard work, for building bonds between team members, or for generating fresh ideas for business.
Trekking Experts creates and offers special packages for corporate houses and their incentive events. We’re always ready to help clients explore ideas and try to think out of the box, as all businesses must these days. We can, for instance, take your team for a mind-blowing weekend to be inspired by the highest mountain in the world, or on a journey to meet the King of Mustang in the ancient walled city of Lo Manthang, or simply arrange a professional meeting of conference venue for you in Kathmandu with a view of Himalayan Mountains.
Nepal as an Incentive Destination
Incentive Travel Agencies and Corporate Companies desperately seek new destinations and activities to reward their performing Human Resources. So far only few such companies have been able to discover Nepal as a major upcoming Incentive Destination. You will be thrilled to see Mt. Everest, diverse culture and heritage; the Living Goddess Kumari and not to forget the scenic landscape that Nepal is so proud of. We assure you that by the time your trip finishes everyone will be a much happier and motivated team, with memories that will last a lifetime. Nepal is ranked 30th in ‘One of the 50 places to see before you die’ by BBC Holiday.
Why Incentive Trip in Nepal?
Highest point on Earth: Mount Everest (8848m)
Cultural Diversity: More than 125 Ethnic groups and more than 100 spoken ethnic dialects. More than 3000 Temples and 1200 Monasteries. More festival than days in a year.
10 World Heritage Sites: There won’t any injustice if we say Nepal is country of full of mystery and temples. Out of uncountable cultural and historical sites, UNESCO has designated ten sites as word heritages sites.
Natural Diversity: Extreme varied landscape with elevation of 8848 m to 70 m within mere 150kms, which includes Himalayas, Desert Plateau, Elephant Jungles, Rapid Rivers and Pristine Lakes. Nepal holds several world records for natural beauties. Highest place in the world, highest airport, highest human-settlements, highest glacial lakes, highest hotels, deepest gorges in the world etc.
Wildlife: Elephants, Royal Bengal Tiger, One-horn Rhino, 348 species of Birds, 319 species of Orchids, 11 of world’s 15 Butterfly families
Holy-land: Birthplace of Lord Buddha, melting point for Buddhism & Hinduism, home of world’s only living Goddess Kumari
Activities for Incentive Groups:
Breakfast at 4250-meter high
Paragliding, Zipline, Ultra-light Flights
Bungy Jumping, Cannoning & world’s highest Swing
White-water Rafting & Kayaking
Everest Mountain Flight
Elephant Jungle Safari
Cycling, Hiking, Camping
Tour of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Trekking cum Learning Event to Everest Base Camp
Recognition of Nepal as a Travel Destination
Grand Prix Award, Czech Republic (2006)
For Naturally Nepal Montage
Observer Travel Award 2002, UK (2nd position in favorite long haul destination category)
Wanderlust Travel Award 2001, UK (2nd position in top country category) Annapurna Trekking Trail in Nepal, “One of the best 12 walks of world…” (Modern Maturity, America’s Largest Circulated Magazine)