Nepal has always been portrayed as the land of Mount Everest or the birthplace of Gautam Buddha.
But there is more to the story than just that.
Being a beautiful country situated in the lap of Himalayas, Nepal has always attracted tourists over the world who were fascinated by the majestic mountains.
Having 8 of the top 10 tallest mountains, Nepal has had a glorious past, Nepali their head held high.
From the annexment from the Kingdom of Gurkha to the present day, Nepal has seen many dynasties rule over the country.
Their remains are now with us in the form of intricate architecture, cultural practices, and the way of living.
Nepal has always been rich in art and crafts, design and architecture.
The art of making crafts from cotton, jute, wool, and hemp has been carried down through generations, which to the date at least a small pool of people are preserving and practicing.
We at Yala have always been fascinated by the art, culture, and architecture of Nepal.
The dedication and skills of different craftsmen and local women practicing different crafts can be seen even through the Gulleys of Kathmandu.
Yala started with the story of such women and crafters, who with an unmissable spark in their eyes, inspired us to bring forth their art to the international level and give them the recognition they deserve.
Today, we encourage you to go and visit Nepal.
Nepal is celebrating Tourism Year in 2020. We hope to promote not just our natural beauty but the stories of people born into that natural beauty.
Nepal is a land of diverse landforms, diverse cultures, and diverse people. This diversity can only be tried to express in words, but you would have to visit once to know the true essence.
In Nepal, we have a saying, “Heaven is a Myth, Nepal is Real.”
We don’t want to lose you, but we challenge you to test this saying.
If you are interested to Visit Nepal, stay in touch, we will ensure you have the greatest time of your life.