Nepal for All!
Nepal accessible to travelers is officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is located in South Asia.
It is a landlocked country flanked on the north and south by China and India respectively.
Nepal’s ecological zones run east to west about 800 km along its Himalayan axis, 150 to 250 km north to south.
The country is divided into three main geographical regions: the Himalayan region, the mid-hill region and the Terai (plain) region.
The highest point in the country is Mt. Everest (8,848 m) which is also the highest peak in the world whereas the lowest point is in Kechana Kalan in Jhapa (60 m).
Nepal accessible to travelers
Nepal is inclusive for those with different physical abilities.
Everyone should be able to visit this beautiful country, explore the Himalayas and travel in comfort while living an accessible adventure.
We have carefully chosen the places of interest you will visit.
Our partners prior experience allowed us to understand every detail that is required to make your travel hassle-free by meeting your accessibility needs.
The tours are designed to be accessible with or without support staff and includes accessible accommodations and vehicles.
Anyway Nepal, though a mountainous country is accessible for people with disability,
even there are some shorter accessible hiking trails.
We always provide all the information related with travels and accessibility.
The transport facilities in Nepal are moderately good. Somewhere due to road constructions, the drive can be bumpy.
The vehicles have extra ramp to adjust the wheelchair users.
Recently some transport companies have wheel chair adjustable buses which can be used only for groups of more than 10 persons.
Nepal accessible attractions
All the UNESCO heritage Sites in Nepal accessible to travelers are accessible.
In Kathmandu Valley, there are 7 heritage sites, all of them are accessible.
Also heritage sites like Chitwan National Park, Lumbini are accessible too.
The best Himalaya viewpoints like Nagarkot, Sarangkot, Dhulikhel are accessible too.
Guides experienced in wheelchair travels will guide you during the program.
You can also customize your trips, depending upon your need, group and interest.
We will work with you to craft a unique itinerary tailored to your needs.
Keep in mind working with a custom planner is typically more expensive.
AccessibleAsia local partners have been operating tours in Nepal for a long time, and they realized that they should start going ahead with accessible travels and show this wonderful country to all the people of the world.
Thus, with the sole mission of making Nepal accessible and inclusive for all the travelers of the world, they have been started.
AccessibleAsia is presenting 2 different accessible itineraries but “tailor made” tours are available on demand.
Tours in Nepal:
For more information, quotation, advice, different itineraries contact us!