Crooked Compass offers a Women’s Only Nepal Tour


The Mother’s Day is going to be celebrated on May 14 this year. On this occasion, the perfect gift for your beloved woman could be an exotic journey to Nepal, the landlocked central Himalayan country in South Asia.

Crooked Compass, a boutique tour operator based in Sydney, has arranged for a Women’s Only tour for ladies from all generations. The exclusive 10-day journey will allow the travellers to explore the enchanting, mysterious Nepal while embracing the simple Nepalese lifestyle in the process.

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Your Nepal trip will be started on September 12 after arriving in Kathmandu. The itinerary includes morning yoga session and a city tour in Kathmandu, going to the Chitwan National Park and enjoying a safari, and visiting the Panauti Village, Bhaktapur, Neydo Monastery, and more. The journey will end on September 19. During your stay, you’ll get chances to enjoy yoga sessions, spa, Nepalese food, local culture, sightseeing, seeing wildlife, and an opportunity to mingle with ethnic minority groups, and more.

To get detailed information about the journey and all the activities during the trip, visit Crooked Compass’ Exclusive Nepal Tour page.

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Lisa Pagotto, the Founder of Crooked Compass, said that the Mother’s Day is the perfect occasion to admire the women in our lives and value their contributions. According to her, the Nepal tour is not just a gift but an opportunity for the women to have a moment of self-reflection.

The tour company is known for arranging customised and small group tours in emerging destinations and the undiscovered spots of famous places.

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