|To Trek in Nepal is to walk at your own pace along well-established village trails. It is not a test of endurance, but rather a stimulating way to enjoy magnificent scenery, a rich and ancient culture and make contact with villagers whose life styles have remained unchanged for generations.|
|Everest Base Camp Tea House Trek (17 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 414 p/p excluding flights (Kathmandu-Lukla return USD 190p/p)|
One of the most popular treks in Nepal – tinged with the romance of being so close to the highest mountain in the world. Sherpa villages, forests of fir and rhododendron, high suspension bridges, caravans of zobkyo (a yak-cow crossbreed). Namche Bazaar is a colorful, bustling market with traders from surrounding villages and as far as Tibet, and from Tengboche the views are sensational. Climbing above the tree line to cross alpine pastures and glacial moraine you eventually reach Base Camp, high on the Khumbu Glacier, where colorful expedition tents give a bizarre appearance to this desolate place surrounded by rock, snow and ice.
Style: This is a Grade 4 tea house trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.
|Annapurna Sanctuary Tea House Trek (16 days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 429 p/p excluding flights|
One of the most beautiful treks in the world. The combination of easy walking and majestic scenery makes the trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4200m), commonly known as Annapurna Sanctuary, one of the most popular treks in Nepal. Enjoy mountain views, thick bamboo and rhododendron forests and a mix of cultures unparalleled by other treks as you venture deep into the Annapurna Himal.
Style: This is a Grade 3 tea house trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.
|The Best of Nepal (15 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 599 p/p excluding flights (Pokhara-Jomson return USD134 / Lumbini-Kathmandu USD 81)|
Discover the magic and mystery of Kathmandu; fly deep into the Annapurna Himal for an incredible close-up view of the Himalaya; seek out the elusive Bengal Tiger and visit the birthplace of the Buddha. An incredible glimpse of the best Nepal has to offer.
Style: Small group departures escorted by an experienced Nepali guide. This is primarily a cultural tour, staying in good hotels with private facilities.
|Mustang: The Forbidden Kingdom (17 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 935 p/p excluding flights and permit. (Pokhara-Jomson return USD134 / Kathmandu-Pokhara USD80 (optional)). Mustang Permit: USD 920 per person|
The long forbidden Kingdom of Mustang has always exuded an air of romance. In northern Mustang (the ancient Kingdom of Lo), language and traditions are almost purely Tibetan. It is a land of barley fields and pasture and vast expanses of gray and yellow rolling hills eroded by the wind that howl across the area most afternoons. Sun baked bricks of pale mud are used for almost all construction, including the walls and palace of Manthang. With a rich and complex history it was once a part of the western Tibetan region of Ngari and maintained its status as a separate principality until 1951.
Style: This is a private departure tour for 2 or more travelers. It is a fully-supported Grade 3 camping trek including all camping equipment, porters and meals whilst camping.
|Ghaelgaun – Village Trek (7 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 320 p/p|
Apart from the stunning landscape and views of the Annapurna region Ghalegaun offers a real opportunity to become a part of village life, lodging with local Gurung families. this area is also home to the famous honey hunters of Nepal.
Style: This is a private departure tour for 1 or more travelers. It is a Grade 3 tea house trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.
|Imjatse (Island) Peak climbing trek (21 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 519 p/p excluding flight cost(Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu USD 190 p/p)|
The high valleys and glaciers of Khumbu, the classic Everest view and the ascent of a Himalayan Peak – The trek with it all.or 2 or more travelers. It is a Grade 3 tea house trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.Style: This is a private departure tour for 1 or more travelers. It is a Grade 5 tea house trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.
|Mera Peak climbing trek (23 Days)Ex Kathmandu – USD 950 p/p excluding flight cost (Lukla-Kathmandu USD 97 P/P)|
Situated in the Everest Region to the east of the main Khumbu trekking trails, Mera Peak stands at 6654 meters. The trail follows the original Everest expedition route from the road head at Jiri, crossing the high ridges and spectacular deep river-gorges of the traditional Sherpa homeland of Solu Khumbu before entering the less-frequented wilderness of the Hinku Valley.Style: This is a private departure tour for 1 or more travelers. It is a Grade 5 tea house and camping trek escorted by an experienced Nepali guide.