Trekking in Nepal
Nepal undoubtedly offers one the best mountain trekking experiences in the world. The classic and iconic Everest Base Camp trek is the ultimate Holy Grail for just about any trekker or hiker.
Annapurna circuit is recognised as one of the best long distance treks in the world and we are helping our customers with innovative way to explore it on the mountain bike making the Annapurna adventure extremely interesting and dynamic.
We cater for any budget and requirement with individually customised teahouse, camping or guide and porter range of trekking services. We help low budget traveller to get there in a most economical possible way in a safe manner with help, advice and the booking even if they do not use our package tours.
We offer adventure concepts and ideas far away from extreme commercialism tearing your soul apart in the place where you will be surrounded by art, for the art sake, from Kathmandu art galleries spilling in to the streets, to charming Buddhist Gompas and Hindu Temples to Mani walls in Khumbu, to humble but charming colourful village dwellings perched on the hills with elaborate stone steps, thatched roofs, rustic verandas to extremely elaborate city architecture in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
The Everest Base Camp trek is a classic Himalayan trek with incredible views and rewards. The Khumbu region is the home of Mount Everest with an elevation of 8,848m the world’s highest mountain
The Annapurna range has a Base Camp in the heart of the mountains and the beginning of Modi Khola just above the Machhapuchhare (The Fishtail) Base Camp in north-west of Kaski district in Nepal.
Ghorepani Poonhill Panorama Trek is suited for beginner of trekking with limited time expecting real experience of Trekking in Nepal. This trekking package route is a colorful short route
The Annapurna Circuit Trek is also known as Round Annapurna Trek among the lovers of Mountain trekking. This trek begins from Bhulbhule after Besishahar with an overland journey toward Pokhara
Usually the trekkers have short period of their holidays and prefer to experience the Mt. Everest “The Roof of the World”, as closer as possible from their bear eyes. When they do not have enough time to reach in Everest Base camp
Many of the mountain lovers are looking for excellent opportunity to view eyeful scene of the Mt. Everest famous as the Roof of the World and experience the culture of typical indigenous
The Nepal’s 2nd and world’s 3rd highest peak lies in the far eastern part of Nepal is Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586). The name “Kanchenjunga” is delivered from the Tibetan word 'Kanchen' and 'Dzonga'
Manaslu Circuit Trekking is suitable for all moderately fit trekkers, which requires no previous experiences in trekking. To condition yourself for the trek, some physical fitness programs such as walking
Upper Mustang is a sacred area of Nepal’s Mustang District situated in the other hidden side of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges. This area is used to be a Kingdom of Bhote/Thakali community until Nepal is declared a newest secular and Republican Country in 2008.
Makalu Base Camp Trekking route lies in the area of Makalu Barun National Park and Conservation Area in the heart of Eastern Nepal. The main focal point of this trek is Makalu Barun National Park in Solukhumbhu and Sankhuwasabha district.
One of the perfect short treks begins nearby Kathmandu valley is the Helambu trek. This treks lies in the Langtang Region and conservation area. Despite being so close to Kathmandu, the Helambu region remains relatively un-spoilt. Here you can experience the Hyolmo culture of high mountain people. The company of green rhododendron and bamboo forests, majestic waterfalls, and snow-capped Himalayas make the trek one of the most diverse treks essential and accessible from Kathmandu.
One of the most isolated areas choosing for trekking in Nepal is the Dolpo Region trekking route. Dolpo region situated between the Tibetan plateau and the Dhaulagiri Himalayan range is the highest inhabited land of western Nepal. Dolpo, a land beyond the Himalaya, conjures up visions of mysterious monasteries, snow leopards and blue sheep; it is situated in the north-west part of the country, and is one of the most remote regions in Nepal. The traditions and way of life have remained intact in Dolpo Region since decades.
Trek Type: Tea House, Camping, Back Packing
Trek Grade: Easy, Moderate, Strenuous, Challenging
Formalities: National Park Permit, TIMS card, Special permit
Area Type: Popular, Permit Free, Restricted