Le Passage to India is recognised as India's leading Destination Management Company, focusing on incoming Incentive, Meeting, and Conference groups. Since its establishment in 2004, Le Passage to India has developed a comprehensive country-wide network, deeply rooted in the MICE industry. They own a vast network of offices in India and have strategic partnerships in Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. Their commitment to quality assurance surpasses that of many DMCs; this ensures peace of mind for your event. With their team of innovative, multi-lingual professionals, Le Passage to India designs unique programmes that stand out at any event.
Nestled within the Central Himalayas, Nepal boasts a varied landscape, from the majestic Himalayan peaks to the expansive Terai plains. The country is home to Mt. Everest, the world's tallest mountain, drawing trekkers and mountaineers alike. Apart from its scenic allure, Nepal's bustling streets, filled with local markets and stores, echo its deep-rooted cultural heritage. The nation is peppered with historic monasteries, temples, and landmarks, underscoring its significance for pilgrims. With over 50 cultural and religious events annually, visitors can deeply engage with local traditions and celebrations. Nepal's climate fluctuates with altitude: tropical in the lowlands and arctic in the heights. The monsoon spans from June to August, while winter, from November to February, brings cooler temperatures and pristine skies, perfect for exploration.
Kathmandu: The cultural and political heart of Nepal
Pokhara: Known for its tranquil lakes and stunning mountain views
Lumbini: The birthplace of Lord Buddha
Chitwan: Renowned for its National Park and wildlife
Bhaktapur: A city rich in architectural marvels and cultural heritage
Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu is the main international gateway. Direct flights from the UK take approximately 10-12 hours.
Nepali and English, among various regional languages
Weather & Seasons
Nepal experiences a monsoon season, chilly winters, and warm summers. The climate can vary significantly across regions.
Nepal, with its captivating landscapes and rich traditions, is progressively developing its offering for conferences and corporate gatherings. Kathmandu, the capital, has facilities such as the Bhrikutimandap Exhibition Hall, which has hosted numerous events and exhibitions. The Everest Hotel, another prime venue in Kathmandu, is known for its luxurious accommodations and event spaces. Beyond the urban centers, the serene Himalayan backdrops offer a unique setting for events. The country's well-connected international airport and a plethora of premium hotels, like the Hotel de l'Annapurna which can accommodate up to 1,780 people in its meeting rooms, ensure that logistics for attendees are effortlessly managed. The cultural richness of Thamel and the spiritual tranquility of Lumbini provide a unique blend, enhancing the conference experience and immersing attendees in Nepal's diverse heritage.