Trekking in Nepal is an unique experience of life time. The hovering Himalayas which are reachable only by foot have eye catching escapes. Eight of the ten highest summits in world lies in Nepal. And the Nepal trekking trails leading towards them provides so authenticity trekking experiences in the world trekking. The cultures, nomad peoples, tea houses add more flavor to the trek. The spiritual pull of the Himalayas is another interesting factor. The Himalaya is the place where Hindu god used to do meditation. The cool weather, sunny day, sky Crapper Mountains, ethic native lifestyle, Buddha prayer flags and yaks on the way can lift anyone’s spirit.
The geographical variation (from 59 m to 8848 m above sea level), diverse climate & topography and existence of varied culture have made Nepal the ideal destination for trekking. This is the reason why every year more than 200,000 tourists visit here for trekking in Nepal. Some even had quoted that God has specially created Nepal for trekking and adventure.
There are numerous trekking destinations in Nepal, but the level of trekking difficulty is not same. One can choose the destination by their physical fitness. Even the amateur or beginner trekkers can have the experiences of trekking in Nepal.
Best seasons to trek in Nepal are dry and warm seasons. During these times the skies are usually clear and temperatures are bearable.
March, April, may, June, September, October and November are best months to trek in Nepal.
It’s better to take the essentials and leave the rest behind. Your bag pack should be simple and as lighter as you can make. It will comfort you while on walk.
You can bring some essentials from your own country or you can easily buy or rent it in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Some of the essentials are: Comfortable hiking boots, sleeping bags, day pack, and clothes for changing climate or temperature. For cold weather: hiking pants, thermals, gloves, neck warmer, beanie, inner warm jacket, water proof outer jacket.
Hiking sticks, water proof case, fabric bandages, and medication tablets should also be on your list.
Trekking routes and information
Duration: 11 daysCost: $1400
Annapurna base camp trek is one of the popular trek on earth. Starting from lake city, you will pass through different ethnic villages. This trek combines spectacular mountain scenery and fascinating sight of modernhill life on Nepal. As we pass through uphills, you will notice that you are enclosed by solid walls of snow capped mountains.
Duration: 17 daysCost: $1600
Annapurna trek is worlds one of the top 10 treks. This classic trek will give you the chance to explore Enchanting deep valleys and high mountains. The spiritual muktinath temple will be another fantastic part of the trek. The thorong la pass is yet another interesting point as it is the world’s highest pass. Different ethnic group of people living in different villages that we will pass on through our trek will welcome you with their honor of pleasure.
Duration: 14 daysCost: $ 2100
Everest base camp trek is worlds inspiring trail for those who wish to enjoy the scenic highest mountains. The mountain panoramas and its sight will make your trek, the trek of lifetime. The culture of Buddhists and its prayer flags, the villages of famous Sherpa,
Duration: 19 daysCost: US$2500
Thethree passes "Ranjo la pass", "Chola la pass" and "kongma la pass" provides excellent views of different world famous mountains. It starts from lukla a traditional Everest base camp trail. This route also covers the Everest base camp and kalapatthar. Crossing those three passes, all are above 5000 M, is a altitude challenge in itself but it gives the sight of different famous peaks like lhotse, nuptse, makalu, ama dablem, Everest, etc.
Elevation: 3200 M
Duration: 09 daysCost: $850
Type: Short trek
The Ghorepani poonhill trek is the best short trek with spectacular mountain views in Nepal. You will pass thourgh the gurung villages and the forest of orchids. Poonhill is regarded as the best viewpoint to see mountain ranges of fishtail, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. The sunrise over the snow capped mountains is just awesome. This trek is followed by gurung villages, spacticular mountain ranges and cozy tea houses.
Duration: 14 daysCost: US$ 2100
Gokyo lake trekis one of the best trek of Everest Region. Gokyo valley is one of the best attractive valleys of the khumbu region. Gokyo valley provides more legendary views than kalapatthar. You can enjoy the amazing view of Mt Everest, cho oyu and ngozumpa glacier.
Duration: 10 days
Langtang is the nearest reachable mountain from located north from Kathmandu. Walking through the lower forest upto langtang valley you may have chance to see different animals and birds. It is protected by langtang national park. The local people and villages are influnced by tibetan culture.
Duration: 17 daysCost: $3700
Upper mustang is completely a Trans Himalayan mountain area taking you to a completely different society with Tibetian influence culture and real Himalayan society. You will trek through different villages and Worlds deepest George kaligandaki.
Duration: 09 days
A spectacular Gosainkunad trek considered as a holy and a pilgrimage lake trek which combines the remote and spectacular hidden valleys of Langtang with the holy lake of Gosainkunda which is unique. It is one of the best trekking trails in Langtang Himalayan ranges.
Duration: 09 days
The bamboo forests, blowing rhododendron forest, scenic waterfalls , snow capped Himalayas and Buddhists monasteries makes our trek awful. Helembu trek starts from chisapani, 1 hour drive from Kathmandu. Continuing along with kutumsang, thadepati, sermathyang and ends by melamchi pul bazaar. you pass through thick mountain forests, beautiful rice terrace and Buddhist monasteries.
Duration: 28 daysCost: US$5700
Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain of the world. The route is less crowded but offers excellent landscapes, mountains views and rural lifestyle.
Located in eastern corner of Nepal, Kanchenjunga is also near to Sikkim. The name Kanchenjunga means "Five Great Treasures of Snow". The lush farmland and wooded valleys will make your trek awesome.
Duration: 18 daysCost: US$ 3500
This trek passes through shey-phoksundo national park with spectacular mountain scenery, Buddhist monasteries and yak caravans. The caravans of yak and sheep are found in giant numbers on the trade route with Tibet which exchanges culture and daily goods with the valley. The path goes around the deepest Himalayan lake "phoksundo".
Duration: 24 daysCost: US$ 4500
Dolpo region is the most remote and least developed district in Nepal. Although a few anthropologists and geographers had explored the region, the entire district was closed to trekkers until 1989 when the southern part of Dolpo was opened to organized trekking groups. The Snow Leopard and Snell grove - Himalayan pilgrimage have contributed to the mystique and attraction of Dolpo.
Duration: 20 daysCost: US$ 2400
Manalu circuit trek is one of the vest remote trekking in Nepal. This trip will take tou to magnificient view of mt manaslu, worlds 8th tallest peak. Manaslu region is popular for hindu and Buddhist culture, mani walls and prayer flags,
Duration: 22 daysCost: US$ 2500
One should visit this area once in a life time to experience the overall ups and downs of nature. We provide you the best help and support during the trekking as our staffs are well experienced and habituated with years long services.
Duration: 15 days
The clear, high altitude lake of Rara, which mirrors the snow capped Himalayas is ringed with pine, spruce and juniper forest. The undisturbed largest lake also renowned as Mahendra Tal is of oval shape. Rara lake is also a popular serenity pilgrimage for Nepalese. This beautiful high altitude lake is surrounded by alpine meadows and forests of pine, juniper and spruce, whilst in the background you can view the magnificent snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas.
Duration: 19 daysCost: US$ 2200
Tsum valley is the secret Tibetan Buddhist land lying at the edge of one of the most secluded Himalayan valleys. The Tibetan Buddhist culture is still very prevalent in Tsum and the scenery is just stunning, with beautiful forests and countryside, with Ganesh Himal towering above the valley. Tsum comes from the Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’, which means vivid.
This trail is a authentic place. What you see is the truth and is the reflection of the True culture. you will see the greatest view of hills like heaven and you will follow the trail through different sidewalks. You will be passing different village where the residence is so thin and scattered that you will merely find 3 houses at a same place in a village. Animal husbandry is the main income. And agriculture has influnced widely in the sloppy hills. Its totally different place. Different people, different lifestyle And different culture.