The famously bohemian city of decades past has become a hub for climbers and travellers seeking a different Asian scene. Home to several UNESCO sites, the city is a mix of ancient palaces, temples and a modern downtown crammed with stalls and art galleries.

Ways you can help in Kathmandu

If you are medically trained, such as a doctor or nurse, your skills will be utilized and greatly appreciated in clinics in Kathmandu. You will assist the resident doctors and nurses in treating the patients.

The 2015 earthquake in Nepal claimed over 6,000 lives, and this country was poor even before it struck. Now the people of Nepal need your help more than ever. Education is key to getting anyone out of poverty, and you can play a part in this by helping rebuild classrooms that were damaged in the […]

Accommodation in Kathmandu

The Dwarika’s Hotel Kathmandu emerged out of one man’s lifelong quest to reserve the architectural glory of Kathmandu, the late Dwarika Das Shrestha. It displays the architectural beauty of Kathmandu valley featuring all modern comfort and amenities. The hotel has unique collections of traditional wooden masterpieces creating an unparalleled atmosphere. Each room is individually designed […]

One of the world’s most distinctive hotels, the walls hide what seems like a small village, constructed entirely of centuries-old wooden buildings, all intricate wood carvings and coving. The rooms are like decadent suites, and the atmospheric restaurants serve high-end Nepali cuisine. The Dwarika’s Group was established to support the restoration and preservation of the […]

The largest 5-star hotel in the capital, this is a sprawling modern complex ensconced in huge landscaped gardens. Nepali architecture features strongly in the design, and the hotel overlooks some of the city’s most famous sights. There are 280 rooms and all the amenities you’d expect from a high-end international brand.

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