Where We Fly
A museum of sorts starts as soon as you step on this city, also known in the ancient times as a city with more idols than people. Kathmandu is situated in a valley which is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, ancient temples and shrines. It is a city of inexhaustible historic artistic and cultural interest.
The metropolitan city of Biratnagar is Nepals major industrial center and the second most populated city after Kathmandu. It is also connected to a major custom route with India and is the second largest land port of Nepal. Hence, the city serves mainly as a transit hub.
The town and municipality of Bhadrapur is Nepals oldest municipality. It is also the tea city of Nepal. Previously this town flourished with rice business. Now it has slowly transformed itself into a tea hub with new plantations and tea factories being established every year.
Siddharthanagar (Bhairahawa) is a major trading city of Nepal. It is a main travel gateway to Lumbini and Kapilvastu. For people opting for mountain treks and river rafting, this city also serves as the main entry point.
The sub metropolitan city of Dhangadhi is the main business center in Far western region of Nepal. It is a place where visitors can experience Nepalese rural life and enjoy wonderful flat landscapes.