Plan Your Adventure Trek in Nepal

Tours, Treks & Expeditions


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  • 1- Annapurna

    The Annapurna region in north western Nepal, possibly the most popular trekking region in Nepal, offers superb views and the greatest variety of scenery, people, culture, flora and fauna.

    Annapurna Circuit Trek, circuit the entire Annapurna range and is generally regarded as the best of Nepal's classic mountain treks. It is a great introduction to Himalayan trekking with dramatic mountains, glaciers and some of the world’s highest peaks.

    The Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, also known as the Annapurna Base Camp culminates at a point surrounded by snow-capped peaks near the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre base camp area.

    Recommended Season: March-May and October-November

  • 2- Everest

    Mt. Everest is more than a mountain and the journey to its base camp is more than just a trek. Along a route regarded as "the steps to heaven," every bend in the trail offers beautiful forests, Sherpa villages, glacial moraines, and foothills, which provides you a fantastic trekking experience. You’ll stand face-to-face with the world’s highest mountain –Mt.Everest (8850m), and see other majestic peaks, such as Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Shishapangma.

    Recommended Season: March-May and September-October.

  • 3- Kanchenjunga

    Mt. Kangchanjunga, is 3rd highest mountain in the world. Kanchenjunga region trek mainly contains Kanchenjunga circuit trek and Kanchenjunga base camp Trek. Kanchenjunga circuit trek is the most challenging trekking destination in eastern Nepal. It is quite a long adventure to the most remote and beautiful area of Himalayas. You can enjoy lovely nature and culture, green forest, lakes, mountains, and different types of ethnic culture and their lifestyle.

    Kanchenjunga base camp Trek is a remote and wild area rich in Tibetan culture and lifestyle. It is an ideal trekking route for those with time and desire to venture into some of the remote regions of Nepal.The trek offers spectacular views of majestic mountains, lush forests of rhododendrons, orchids, pine, magnolia and rolling meadows. Recommended Season : March-May and October-November

  • 4 -Langtang Helambu

    Langtang is one of the nearest trekking destinations from Kathmandu. Langtang region trek takes you off the bitten track into the valley of a hardy, untouched Tibetan people and close up views of the majestic Himalayas. It combines the remote and spectacular valley of Langtang, with the high mountain lakes at Gosainkund and the beautiful Helambu Valley. Helambu valley, noted for its scenic grandeur and pleasant climate, is just north of the Kathmandu Valley.

    En route, one can experience Tamang and Sherpa life, temperate forest and alpine pastures, glaciers, lakes and snowy peaks. You can also hike to the back of the valley or take numerous optional trips to explore glacier-filled side canyons.

    Recommended Season : March-May and October-November

  • 5- Round Dhaulagiri

    Dhaulagiri (8167m), the world’s seventh highest peak, rises majestically in isolation above the deep cliff of the Kali Gandaki valley. Trekking around Dhaulagiri is one of the extremely adventurous treks in Nepal, and is suited only to fit trekkers who wish to go on demanding trekking in Nepal

    Dhaulagiri trek is an excellent panoramic trek which takes you to the heart of Annapurna region. It covers the massive Annapurna Himalayas and Kaligandaki river with the world's deepest gorge, and two high passes, Thapa pass(5,155m) and French Pass (5,240m).

    Along the way, you can appreciate breathtaking views of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Mt. Manaslu( 8163m), Mt.Annapurna (8091m) and other 23 snowy peaks , lush forest , the hidden valley , the pilgrimage Jomsom muktinath trail and so on. You may also have an opportunity to observe the lifestyle of Nepal’s ethnic people such as Gurung, Magars and Chhetri. Recommended Season : February- Mid June and September - November

  • 6- Manaslu

    The Manaslu Trek is one of the classic treks in Nepal around Manaslu, the world’s eighth highest mountain followed by crossing Larkya La pass. It is now a great tea-house trek. Some people also call it the best all-round trek in Nepal on the great Himalaya trail.

    The Manaslu region trekking is an optional choice for special trekkers looking for a physically challenging trek as it involves some of the toughest trails, passing through a geographically spectacular and culturally fascinating area. To some extent, Manaslu is certainly a great alternative to the Annapurna Circuit.

    Recommended Season: March to May and September to November

  • 7- Upper / Lower Dolpo

    Dolpo region is a remote district in Nepal and is situated in the Himalayan region of mid-western Nepal. In Dolpa, the nature seems to have remained exactly the same as it was first created- unexplored and unaltered. So it is an eco-friendly trek destination as well. The inhabitants of Dolpo region are mainly Tibetans, therefore the region is rich in ethnic Tibetan culture and tradition.

    Dolpo region trekking contains upper Dolpo trekking and lower Dolpo trekking. The upper Dolpo trekking begins at the northwestern region behind the Dhaulagiri Massif, towards the Tibetan plateau. It is a thrilling path trekking to the divine mountain region and is famous for deepest Lake Phoksundo in the entire Himalayan Region.

    The Lower Dolpo is located in the northwestern part of Nepal and it is less touristy but naturally rich. Lower Dolpo trekking gives you a wonderful opportunity to explore the spectacular landscape, rich culture and tradition, which is attractive both scenically and culturally.

    Recommended Season : March-May and September –October

  • 8- Makalu

    Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world

    The Makalu Base Camp trek is an ideal trek for nature-loving trekkers who want to experience a variety of landscapes and cultures, as well as uncommon views of some of the world’s tallest mountains, including Everest. As the route ascends, you will pass through rhododendron forests (most impressive in the spring, when the flowers bloom amazing red, purple, pink and white) and cloud forests, through some of the last areas of pristine forest and alpine meadows in Nepal.

    Recommended Season : April -May and September –October

  • 9- Nar Phu Valley

    Nar phu Valley Trek is a rare chance to witness the unspoiled wilderness of the Himalayas and offers a memorable trekking experience in Nepal's remote region.

    The trek will reward you with spectacular views of mountains like Annapurna II, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, and others. Moreover, you will be crossing the challenging Kang La Pass, which offers the panoramic view of Annapurna Massif. You will get an insight into the local mountain culture , which is least touched by modernization. Further, you will also get an insight into medieval Tibetan culture. Trekking past colorful Tibetan chortens, mani stones, and hiking past deep canyons and gorges will make a lasting impression.

    Recommended Season: March-May and October- November

  • 10- Rolwaling

    This is a wonderful trek and climb that starts in the less explored but stunning Rolwaling Valley, which is northeast of Kathmandu and west of the Everest / Khumbu region. Rolwaling is a deep Himalayan valley, tucked under the giant snow peak of Gaurishankar (7134m) and considered a holy sanctuary by the local Buddhist inhabitants. This is Remote region, with more basic facilities, but the rewarding forests and views are some of the best in Nepal.

    The Rowaling and Khumbu valleys are both justifiably renowned as among the most spectacular trekking locations in Nepal . This trip visits both and offers a significant Himalayan peak as part of the traverse between them. Along the way we will experience fantastic examples of Sherpa and Tamang culture amongst the towering peaks, tumbling glaciers and shimmering lakes.

    Recommended Season: March-May and October- November

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