Everest Flight

The Best View of the Himalayas

Mt. Everest Scenic Flight

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1 Day from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (No minimum of members)

Every year a hardy group of people attempt to summit Everest. It takes months of planning and training and most of them are unsuccessful. So forget that! If you want to see the Himalaya, including the mighty Mount Everest, in all their amazing, awe-inspiring, magical beauty then just hop on this 90-minute flight from Kathmandu to cruise alongside the top of the world!

Shivapuri Day Hiking

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park Day Hike

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1 Day from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (No minimum of members)

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park was established in 2002 as the ninth national park in Nepal and was established in 2002. The beauty of this park is that it's located just on the edge of Kathmandu on the northern fringe of the Valley so is ideal an ideal add-on to any visit to the city. You'll be amzed how quickly you can escape the madness of Kathmandu - finding youself surrounded by lush greenery and singing birds in no time at all! The park is named after Shivapuri Peak which stands at 2,732m.

Whether you've trekked the entire Himalayan range or not, a day's hike in Shivapuri is a day to remember.

The Everest Region

A Walk in the Sky

Everest Base Camp Tea House Trek

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13 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

The Everest region is located in the northeast of Nepal. The 10-day walk through the middle hills of Solu to the higher altitudes of Khumbu to the base of Sagarmatha, or Mt. Everest, the world’s highest peak, is an opportunity to observe and participate in the daily life of the legendary Sherpa people. The prime attraction – the 8,848 m peak of Mt. Everest – lies in Sagarmatha National Park, which is also home to two other eight thousanders – Lhotse and Cho Oyu – besides several other prominent peaks above 6,000 m. The trekking trail to Everest also begins at Lukla, the airport at 2,850 m. The trail climbs up the Dudhkoshi River Valley, and the following day brings you to the legendary Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar in the Khumbu (3,500 m), which is the staging point for expeditions to Everest and other peaks in the area. Above Namche lie the traditional villages of Khunde and Khumjung. Khumjung which is the largest village in the Khumbu lies at the foot of the sacred peak Khumbila. The Khunde Hospital, maintained by Himalayan Trust, and Khumjung School, the original Hillary School set up in 1960, lie here.

The Annapurna Region

Stunning Vistas

Annapurna Tea House Trek

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11 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

North of Pokhara, Nepal's spectacular diversity appears at its finest. The deep valleys and high mountains encircling the giant Annapurna Himal (mountain) embrace a wide range of peoples and terrain, from subtropical jungle to a high, dry landscape resembling the Tibetan plateau. This is the most popular trekking region. There are three major trekking routes in this region: to Jomsom, to Annapurna Sanctuary (A. B. C.), and a circuit of the Annapurna Himal itself. Pokhara is also a good starting place for short treks of one to four days, Like Ghandrup Loop. Mustang is also geographically a part of the Annapurna region, but because treks to Mustang are subject to special restrictions, and one who wants to trek in the region must pay $500 for the first ten days then $50 each day then after. About two-thirds of the trekkers in Nepal visit the Annapurna region. The area is easily accessible, hotels in the hills are plentiful, and treks here offer good scenery of both high mountains and lowland villages.

The Langtang Region

Sacred Lakes

Langtang Gosaikund Tea House Trek

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10 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

The trek up the Langtang valley is another of those finest mountain treks. Situated directly north of Kathmandu, this region has three relatively short yet interesting treks: Langtang, Helambu and Gosainkund. The regions are usually visited separately but can be combined in as 16-day trip. Lower regions like Helambu are perfect for winter treks and in springtime this region's rhododendrons are especially beautiful. The people are a mixture of Tamang, Sherpa and Bhotia. Food and lodging are easily available along the main routes.

Upper Mustang

Kingdom of Lo

Upper Mustang Tea House Trek

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13 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

Upper Mustang, an arid barren land with pockets of fertile oases, is very different from any other parts of Nepal. In fact, the kingdom of Lo shares similar culture and geography of Tibet. The lifestyle of Lo, people of Lo, is also unique and to date remains untouched by modernity.

The trek to Upper Mustang requires a trekking permit from Department of Immigration of Kathmandu or Pokhara. The trekking fee is around US$500 per person for the first ten days and US$50 per person per day thereafter. You should remember to get trekking permit only through the registered trekking agencies. The trip to the capital of Mustang and back takes around two weeks and can be done by partly retracing the way in or by taking a circuitous trail through the outposts of this ancient pilgrimage.


Off The Beaten Path

Around Manaslu Tea House Trek

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15 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

The complete circuit of Manaslu (8163m) over the the Larke-La Pass is getting more and more popular as a new trekking destination. It still sees relatively few trekkers however compared to the established trekking routes.

Manaslu Trek is a well-loved trekking route, providing with pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure sum up the trek experience around the 8156m Manaslu. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity.

Manaslu at 8163 meters (26, 775') is the 8th highest peak of the world and is located near to the border of Nepal and Tibet. The name Manaslu means "The Spirit-Mountain" in the local dialect, referring to the benevolent and strong deity, which dwells within. Trekking in Manaslu is one of the most delightful adventures.

It’s a beautiful trek, with spectacular views of the Manaslu and going through authentic Hindu and Tibetan-style villages. You start low, walking through green countryside, and passing small Hindu villages. Heading northwards, the valley opens up to reveal delightful alpine meadows and small Tibetan-style villages which cluster beneath Manaslu’s sweeping North Face.  Eventually the trail reaches Samagaon, the largest and most important village in the region. From here you head west and cross the Larke Pass (5160 m), a classic and tough route linking the Buri Gandaki with the Marsyangdi valley. The descent passes through beautiful alpine meadows at Bimtang, before joining the main Annapurna Circuit route and heading to the trailhead at Besi Sahar.

Nar Phu Valley

Hidden Tibet

Nar Phu Valley Expedition Camping Trek

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19 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

Nar Phu Valley trekking is the best trek of Annapurna region and for those who want to explore hidden valley. The Nar and Phu valleys are newly opened trekking in Nepal. Nar Phu valley trek is opened for the tourist since 2003 AD, which takes to you the remote part of Nepal, populated by Nepalese Tibetans who depend on livestock. Nar Phu Valley Trekking is combines with high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow valleys, beautiful green forests, amazing rock structure, gompas and exclusive Tibetan cultures.

Nar Phu valley treks start from Syange following the popular trekking trails to Annapurna Circuits and separate from Koto to follow the off the beaten path to Nar phu valley in the north side of Manang and pass the Kang La pass with magnificent view of Annapurna. The Kang La pass links Nar with Manang and 3 other Bhotia villages in the Neyshang valley. Nar Phu Valley Trek is popular as non-touristic destination and also rich in typical culture. Buddhist pilgrims from around Nepal might escort us up to Phu to visit the famous Tashi Lha Khang monastery and receive a blessing from Lama Karma Sonam Rinpochhe.

Along with spending time at these impressive villages, we explore the high alpine valleys above Phu and crossing Kang La pass 5322m from Nar to Ngwal on the Pisang route leading back into the Annapurna circuit. After crossing Kang La Pass 5322m, we will head west over the Thorong La pass (5416-meter) and down through lower Mustang where we will spend a few day exploring before heading on to Jomsom and finally fly back to Pokhara and Kathmandu.

Mt. Kailash via Simikot Humla

Overland to Tibet

Mt Kailash Expedition Camping Trek

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21 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 6 members)

In May 1993 the governments of Nepal and China agreed to open the border between their countries. From that time on, travelers are able to make tours to Mt. Kailash & Lake Manasarovar through Humla, Nepal’s most remote district in the Northwest of the country. This route is the shortest and most practical for trekkers in terms of elevation and distance. Besides that, it treats its visitors with astounding views and great richness in culture and history.

This trek gives you an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of both the Nepalese and Tibetan landscape. In this trip we make our way to Mount Kailash after a long and strenuous walk from Simikot, and after a pleasant drive from the Nepal-Tibet border. Mt Kailash trek via Simikot gives you a new an experiment & support for acclimatization. This is why, many more tourist used to go to Mt Kailash trek Via Simikot. If you decide Mt Kailash trek via Simikot sometime get flight hassle from Nepalgunj to Simikot due to weather. Mt kailash trek via Simikot is spirituality & beautiful landscape of remote Nepal.

The trek to Mt. Kailash starts from Simikot, situated at an elevation of 2910 meters, and climbs up to Nara La pass (4530 meters) before reaching the arid Tibetan Plateau. From Simikot it takes 6 days to reach to the Tibetan border town (Shera). This gives you plenty of time to acclimatize to higher altitudes.

The Guerrilla Trek

Remote Post-Conflict Territory

The Guerrilla Tea House/Home Stay Trek

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16 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

The Guerilla Trails cover newly-promoted territory with magnificent natural splendor, astonishing landscape and a time-honored lifestyle of its people. The welcoming residents will touch your heart with a hospitality that makes Nepal famous.

The trekking routes navigate through remote and scenic terrain with low population density in the Nepal's Mid-Western hills. The land is blessed with wide-ranging natural resources and biodiversity, exemplified by its wildlife (the route passes through Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve) and captivating waterfalls, rivers, caves, and lakes. To the north are the towering Himalaya. The elevation of the journey ranges from 830 m at Beni and Sulichaur to 3915 m at Phalgune Pass with astonishing views of Pyutha Himal, Gujra and Dogari peaks of the Dhaulagiri Range. The centerpiece of the region is a solitary Sisne Peak (5849 m), vibrantly rising above the hills and valleys.

Many ethnicities enrich the trails with a blend of traditions, customs, and lifestyles. Magar culture is a unique feature of the northern and eastern sections of this area. Magar have distinguishing customs and a unique language of the Tibeto-Burman family. As the prevailing group in this region, their lifestyle remains largely undiluted.

By choosing to travel here, you will be spreading tourism wealth to lower income people and serving to alleviate poverty in a magnificent yet heretofore overlooked region. The trail passes many historical sites, some of them scenes of major clashes. It is now an area of immense peace, beauty and hospitality that is open, ready and willing to host tourists.

If you are looking for a challenging adventure in Nepal, away from the busier routes, the guerrilla trails await you. This region is for tourists seeking a unique alternative to the popular areas.

Milke Danda Trek

Remote Eastern Nepal

Milke Danda Expedition Camping Trek

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12 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

An outstanding trekking route that lies amid the great peaks Kanchenjunga and Makalu is popularly known as Milke Danda trek. This is long and high forest ridge that divides the Arun and Tamur valley in the eastern Nepal. This trek offers you the composite package of varieties of culture, traditions, vegetation, geography and uninhabited ridge with fine mountain views of four of the world’s five highest peaks.

The trek starts from Basantapur or Tumlingtar for about 7 – 14 Day up this ridge. Milke Danda ridge eventually ends in some high peaks, so we have to retrace our route back down Chainpur and ending the trek at Tumlingtar or Basantapur. There are huge forests of rhododendrons along the ridge.  Enroute you will experience the excellent panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu(8463m) and Kanchenjunga(8586m world’s third highest peak) to the east. In addition, Tibetan life style, Yaks and cheese are other attractions of the area. Specially Milke Danda is popular for various kinds of flowers including the Nepal’s national flower-- rhododendrons.
February to April and October to November are the best time for trekking and you have no option of camping style of trek whenever you choose. In the spring (end of February-April) the whole forest is jeweled with the varieties of blooming rhododendron. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal and called as ‘Laligurans” in Nepali Language.

Makalu Trek

Makalu Barun National Park

Makalu Base Camp Tea House Trek

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16 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

Makalu trekking in eastern Nepal is totally protected by the Makalu Barun National Park and Conservation Project. Established in 1992, it covers 2330 sq km. Among the 16 mountains in the park, it is home to Makalu, the fifth highest mountain in the world (8463m/ 27,766ft).

Makalu (8463m.) was first climbed by a French party in 1955, is the world's 5th highest mountain at 8,463m. Situated between Everest and Kanchenjunga, on the Nepali-Tibetan border. It is an isolated peak, located just 14 miles east of Mount Everest. Formerly a restricted area, it spans five major ecological zones where can be found the lush, tropical Arun Valley, dense forests or rhododendron and fir and alpine meadows that lead to the might Barun glacier. From the base camp, one can view the spectacular Mt. Makalu.

This mainly low altitude trek is centered on the Arun Valley, in eastern Nepal. The sub-tropical valley floor of the mighty Arun River is in places densely forested, contrasting with the terraced slopes higher up, which are farmed by villagers of diverse tribal groups. High pastures typify the upper slopes, which border on the Makalu-Barun National Park, an important conservation area for many threatened species.


Five Great Treasures of the Snows

Kanchanjunga Tea House Trek

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22 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Minimum 2 members)

Kanchanjunga is the third highest mountain of the world that lies at the eastern border of Nepal at an altitude of 8,586m. It takes at least two weeks' walk to reach the destination, Khangchenjunga base camp. There are two Kanchanjunga base camps - north and south, and the usual trek involves reaching either of them. It is possible to visit these both camps, but it takes a much longer time and moreover both are very difficult to cross.

This region requires a trekking permit from Department of Immigration from either Kathmandu or Pokhara. The trekking fee for one person per week for the first four weeks is US$10 and US$ 20 per week thereafter.


The Caravan Route

The Dolpo Caravan Route: Expedition Camping Trek

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24 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (8 to 10 members)

The best known of the many isolated high Himalayan valleys across the northern Nepal, Dolpo preserves one of the last remnants of traditional Tibetan culture. Legend says it's a babul, one of the "hidden valleys" created by Guru Rinpoche as a refuge for devout Buddhists in troubled times. Surrounded by high mountains including the Dhaulagiri massif to the southeast rand cut off by high passes closed by snow half the year, Dolpo's easiest access is from Tibet, where its' people emigrated from perhaps thousands of years ago.

Upper Dolpo shelters about 6,000 people, whose lives revolve around Buddhism, barley, and yaks; their villages (over 4,260 meters) are among the highest settlements on earth. A large portion of Dolpo has been set aside as Shey-Phoksumdo National Park, at 3,555 sq.km. The park shelters blue sheep, Himalayan black bear, leopards, wolves and the elusive snow leopard.

Largely thanks to "The Snow Leopard" book and Oscar nominated movie, "Caravan," Dolpo is the best known of Nepal's remote northern border regions. One needs to get trekking permit from Department of Immigration in Kathmandu or Pokhara to visit this fascinating region.

Phoksumdo lake at 3,627m is the most fascinating part of the whole trek in Dolpo. The lake is a basin of unearthly turquoise blue ringed by rocky crags and forest, framed by snowcapped peaks.


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