“Dream Nepal offers you the opportunity to experience the authenticity of the culture,
nature and people of Nepal in a responsible, sustainable way.”
Dream Nepal promotes responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well being of local people. We believe in sustainable tourism practices, and from the very beginning we have been working on the development and the promotion of such tourism activities, which contributes to the promotion of the conservation of nature and biodiversity, preservation of socio-cultural values and beliefs, promotion of local tradition and contribution to the socio-economic development of communities. Due to our long-term engagement on the sustainable practices, Dream Nepal is widely known by the communities organizations from all over the world that support such activities.
Dream Nepal is member of the Alliance for Responsible Tourism – Nepal (ART-Nepal).
To supply the high demand of non-commcerialised trekking routes in Nepal and to let you experience the real Nepal, we offer four special ECO trails. The aim is to take our guests on the lesser-travelled treks to spread the financial benefit of tourism to lower-income areas. The trails are a combination of amazing views on the highest mountains in Nepal and the traditional Nepali villages and traditions. Home Stays enable a deeper cultural experience and interaction with the different ethnic groups of Nepal. The trails bring you to natural beauty Chitwan, the remote Ramechhap district, and the well-known Langtang Valley.
Mid-Nepal Tourism Development
Dream Nepal is part of the Mid-Nepal Tourism Development Committee and we have developed new tourism destinations in seven districts in Mid-Nepal. We have collected data on the Tangible Cultural Heritage and the Intangible Cultural Heritage as per defined by UNESCO. Community leaders and tourism stakeholders from all seven districts formed the committee in February 2012 and the committee aims at:
- Identifying the new tourism destinations within each district
- Making joint promotional materials
- Formulating an integrated tourism master plan of seven districts
- Promoting public-private partnerships to achieve the tourism objectives in all districts