We offer quality walking and trekking holidays in Nepal. Join a small guided group chose from verities of trip departure dates and enjoy easy or moderate or challenging trekking in Nepal with our guide. Our aim is to give you as wide a choice of trekking holidays as much as possible different lengths of classic and off the beaten path treks.
Walking becomes trekking when you go up to 3000m and spent more than a week reaching the viewpoint or base of any mountain in Nepal. We offer verities of trip departure dates for connecting with like-minded trekkers and local guides for your big adventure in the Himalayas. Our trekking trip covers some of the most famous routes and off-the-beaten-path treks in the Himalayas of Nepal. Just do a bit of pre-training at home and you could be accompanied by an experienced local guide during the trekking days.
In case you do not like group joining offered, most of our trekking holidays can be organized as a privately guided departure for couples or groups of friends who prefer a more flexible option and enjoy unique experiences during the trekking days.
A day or a couple of days Hill-walking in Nepal is also a popular activity. There are four major hills around the Kathmandu valley rim which are just below 3000m and can see the countryside to the Himalayas from the top. Chisapani to Nagarkot and Dhulikhel to Namo Buddha are popular a day walk. There are historical and cultural monuments in Katmandu which easily accessible by walking.
Pokhara is the second major city in the Middle West of Nepal. There are popular hill stations for walking such as World Peace Stupa, Sarangkot, Panchase, and Australian Camp. You can easily see the Annapurna massif when you are walking around Pokhara.
The Annapurna Region is also known as Annapurna Conservation Area. It is located in the central-western part of Nepal. It is Nepal’s first largest conservation area. It has grown to over 7,600 sq .km. since the first trekker come to the Annapurna region in 1957. It is the most geographically and culturally diverse protected area […]view details
Mt. Everest stands 8,848 meters tall, above sea level, making it the highest peak in the world. The mountain got its English name “Mt. Everest” from a British Surveyor General of India, Andrew Waugh. Waugh named the mountain after his predecessor in the post, Sir George Everest. In Sanskrit and Nepali the mountain is named […]view details
Langtang region is also known as Langtang National Park north of Kathmandu and bordering Tibet. The National Park covers an area of 1770 sq. km. It has Mt. Langtang Lirung (7234m), Langtang II (7205m), Yubra Himal, Ganchempo, Dorje Lakpa, Langsisa Ri, Ganesh Himal, and Naya Kanga peak. There are several Lakes in the National Park […]view details
The mountain Kanchenjunga (8586m) is the 2nd tallest peak in Nepal and 3rd in the world. It lies in the Taplejung District, protected as Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, Nepal. In April 1997, the Government of Nepal declared the Kanchenjunga region as a gift to the Earth as part of WWF’s Living Planet Campaign. Kanchenjunga region represents […]view details
The ‘Manaslu region’ is also known as Manaslu Conservation Area. It covers a 1663km2 area in the northern Gorkha district of Nepal and declared as a conservation area in 1998. It offers visitors a glimpse of pristine natural and cultural traditions. It has the beautiful scenery of the majestic Himalayan ranges including Manaslu I (8163m) […]view details