Established in the year 1995, Euro-Asia Tours and Travels is one of the experienced and quality service orientated destination management company of Nepal. With the main motto centered at customer satisfaction Euro-Asia strives to fulfill the dreams of its customers of visiting different places from Nepal to Bhutan, and from plains to mountains. It does not matter whether you just want to tour or to trek around, Euro Asia provides services without compromising on quality which has helped us to stand apart from other travel agencies within Nepal. Trekking in Nepal, Nepal Tour andNepal, Tibet and Bhutan are the main highlights of the services provided by EuroAsia Tours and Travels.

  • The combination of Nepal, Tibet & Bhutan tour is complete program for True mountain lover in the Himalayan countries of the Region.

  • annapurna base camp trek

    Annapurna base camp trekking is the one of the best ways to explore nature at its richest, exploring low lying villages to high end-glaciers offering magical

  • This trek is suitable for those who do not have much time to spend but a burning desire to observe the beauty of Mt. Everest closely. Of course, Nepal is known as the

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Excellent arrangement of Hotel/Lodges, vehicles and Guides. The guide had a very good knowledge of different costumes and cultures and was also very responsible. I found my trekking adventure very flexible with Euro-Asia and once...

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It was a great experience trekking with EuroAsia. The guide provided to us was very flexible and we are happy that he followd the changed route according to our wish. our portor Sangam Rai ws...

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Kathmandu Valley comprises the three ancient cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is mainly known for , Nyatapole Temple, , Siddha Pokhari, Surya Binayak, and Changu Nayrayan Temple and so on. While taking about Patan, Patan is also known as Lalitpur

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Trekking to Everest, soon an ancient tal…

KATHMANDU–The government is all set to construct a motorable road linking Surkhe village located at a distance of a two-hour walk from Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region with Jiri of Dolkha district, some...

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Nepali , Pakistani mountaineers summit M…

Kathmandu : A three-member Nepali women climber's team successfully scaled Mount K2 in Pakistan setting a new world record for the country. The members of the first Nepali Women K2 Expedition-2014 -Maya Sherpa, 35 from Okhaldhunga,...

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Govt reiterates commitment to double tig…

KATHMANDU, Nepal–The government has reiterated its commitment to carry out proactive measures to double the tigers’ population by 2022. While observing the International Tiger Day, the government repeated its commitment to double the tigers’ numbers after...

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Asia- Pacific dominates global business …

Washington DC : Business travel in Asia Pacific, led by a dominant China, outpaces the rest of the world, according to a newly released travel forecast by the GBTA Foundation – the education and research...

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NATTA delegate meet NAC commercial direc…

A NATTA Delegation led by President Mr. D.B Limbu met Commercial Director of Nepal Airlines Mr. Ram Hari Sharma to apprise him of the problems faced by agents in regard to dealings with Nepal Airlines....

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Govt puts decision to ban solo trekking …

The government has decided to put the decision to ban solo trekking in Nepal on hold until further notice. Issuing a notice to concerned stakeholders on August 17, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil...

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Global warming threatens more deadly Eve…

Kathmandu - Mountaineering tourism in Nepal faces a threat from global warming as melting glaciers feed the risk of more deadly disasters such as the avalanche on Mount Everest that killed 16 people last month,...

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61 years of first ascent of Mount Everes…

The world is celebrating 61 years of successful ascent of Mt.Everest on May 29, 2014.Sixty one years ago on May 29, 1953 Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay first set foot on the summit of Mount...

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Nepal opens 104 new Himalayan Peaks for …

Kathmandu: Nepal has opened 104 new mountain peaks for climbers, including 7,681-meter (25,200-foot) high Hillary and 7,916-meter (25,970-foot) Tenzing named after Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay became the...

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Climbing Everest is the peak of hubris

Mountain Madness was the name of an expedition whose leader perished in the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, chronicled by Jon Krakauer in Into Thin Air – and it was well-named. There is an explicit madness attached...

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Tourists’ arrival at Ghorepani in upward…

KATHMANDU, Nepal– Tourists arrival at Ghorepani in Ghar VDC-1 of Myagdi, located in western province of Nepal is on upward trend. Some 300 domestic and international tourists are entering Ghorepani every day from Pokhara, Jomsom...

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Nepal Government Meets Sherpas' Demands

Kathmandu - Nepal government agreed to allocate 5 percent of the total 30 percent mountaineering royalty received by the concerned District Development Committee to the 'Mountaineers Welfare Fund '. The relief fund would be utilized...

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Nepal to force Everest climbers to colle…

Kathmandu : Climbers scaling Mount Everest will have to bring back eight kilograms (17.6 pounds) of garbage under new rules designed to clean up the world's highest peak. The rule, one of several new measures for...

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Nepal promoted in ITB Berlin 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal promoted its tourism products at one of the world’s leading travel trade fair ITB Berlin 2014 held in Berlin, Germany. ITB Berlin 2014 reported a four percent rise in trade visitors and an increase...

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ITB Berlin 2014 concludes, business volu…

Berlin- This year’s ITB Berlin confirms its role as the world’s leading travel trade show – increase in international buyers, exhibitors and congress delegates. ITB Berlin 2014 sent out positive signals for the international travel industry....

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Good News for Animals in Nepal: A Full Y…

On world wildlife day, March 3, Nepal celebrated 365 days with zero poaching. No rhinos, tigers, or elephants were killed.   It's the second year of such success in Nepal. In 2011 the country also had none,...

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Researchers on First 3D Model of The Wor…

The unique twists, turns and layers of Mount Everest’s rocky terrain have been caught on 3D camera by a motorised glider.A pair of German pilots mounted the specialist Modular Airborne Camera System (MACS) to the...

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Nepal Slashes Royalty To Climb Mt. Evere…

Kathmandu: Nepal Government has reduced the royalty for mountaineers climbing Mt. Everest with effect from January 1, 2015. According to the Ministry of Tourism, the government has announced slash to mountaineering fees to attract more climbers...

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Nepal’s Shree Airlines Expands Airbus He…

Singapore: Shree Airlines received the first of five AS350 B3e rotorcraft ordered last year from Airbus Helicopters, expanding this Nepal-based operator’s capabilities for passenger transport and utility missions throughout the region. The new AS350 B3e was...

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ITB Berlin to Present LGBT Travel Events

Berlin: ITB Berlin will host a wide-ranging programme featuring numerous events on the topic of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travel (LGBT) this year. The world’s leading travel trade show has been helping to develop this...

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Nepal Mountaineering Association Elects …

Kathmandu: Senior travel entrepreneur and mountain expert Ang Tshering Sherpa has been elected President of Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). The election to elect six office-bearers and nine members of executive committee of NMA held on February...

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Nepal Is Asia's Top Destination

  KATHMANDU: TripAdvisor — an international travel site — announced on December 3 that Kathmandu was the travellers’ first choice in Asia and third choice globally for the coming days. One December 3, TripAdvisor disclosed the winners...

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Pokhara‚ Nagarkot Eateries To Be Rated

  KATHMANDU: The Department of Food Technology and Quality Control will soon be rating hotels and restaurants in Pokhara and Nagarkot based on the quality of food and beverages they serve.The department is launching pilot programme...

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Lack of Snowfall Turns Himalayan Peaks I…

  SOLUKHUMBU: Having heard and talked about climate change for so long, many communities of the Himalayan region have recently started to feel the adverse impacts stirred up by environmental imbalance in their own lives.The realisation...

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Goverment Told To Hike Everest Royalty F…

A study team has made slew of recommendations, including hiking royalty fee for Mt Everest, to the government in order to make Nepal’s mountaineering sector more managed. The 10-member team led by Purna Chandra Bhattarai, Chief...

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Online Visa Application System Launched …

The Department of Immigration (DoI) has started accepting online application for visa. According to officials, foreigners can fill-up visa application form at the DoI’s new website – www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np. The service has been currently launched on trial...

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World's Highest National Park

The world's highest national park at altitude opened on Friday in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The Qomolangma National Park, located at the border of China and Nepal, covers six counties of the region's Xigaze Prefecture...

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Everest Summiteers Felicitated In London

Four Everest summiteers have been felicitated in London at a special function organised to mark the diamond jubilee of the first ascent of Mount Everest. At a programme organised at the Nepali embassy in London on...

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Langtang Airport Turns Into Grazing Fi…

Langtang Airport in Rasuwa, which halted operation three decades ago, has turned into a grazing field. No initiatives has been taken so far to resume flights at the airport even as locals continue to suffer.   The...

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Visitors Throng Handicraft Trade Fair

The ongoing 11th Handicraft Trade Fair has received as much as 135,000 visitors in four days, the organizers say. The five-day event being organized by the Federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal (FHAN)...

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Nepal Bags Best Int'l Stand Award At IIT…

The Nepali stall at India International Travel Mart (IITM) in Maharashtra bagged the “Best Decorated International Stall” award. The fair took place from November 22 to 24. According to a press statement issued...

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Many Jungle Safari Goers Drop Plans

Chitwan:Travel trade entrepreneurs expect tourist movement in Chitwan to bounce back after the Constituent Assembly election. Arrivals have fallen at the popular jungle safari destination in southern Nepal due to the polls as visitors changed...

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Nepal's Stall Major Attraction At WTM

The World Travel Market (WTM) - a global event for travel industry - proved fruitful for Nepal at a time when tourist arrivals have declined. According to Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), the four day long travel...

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