Trekking in Nepal


Trekking in NepalAmong the many tourist adventure activities in nepal, Trekking is by far the most popular.The diversity in nepal's nature and a range of exocit culture makes this country ideal for trekking.Trekking in nepal provides an oppertunity to observe the local culture of the people and enjoy the buauty do nature un distributed by influence of modernity.One can choose between fully organised trekking and Teahouse trekking on the situation.Fully organised trekking costs comparatively higher and has a fixed itinerary.

Trekking It self is not a climbing to the Himalaya. You have different alternatives of trek that goes from 3/4 days to 1 months which depends on your fitness and interest. Only we need your inquiries indicating your specific requirement for our expert staffs to come back to you with all choices and details to your entire satisfaction.


Mostly the trek will start from Pokhara except Annapurna curcuit.A project called Annapurna Conservation Area project ( ACAP) has played a very important role to protect the Environment around the region. You have different alternatives of trek that goes from 3/4 days to 1 months which depends on your fitness and interest.


Nepal is best known as the home of Mount Everest. Mt. Everest or Solukhubbu region is the most populardestination.Solukhumbu is justifiably famous not only for it's proximity to the World highest Mountail ( 8848 M) But also for it's sherpa villages and monasteries.The normal goal of an Everest trek is the Everest base camp at an elevation of 5340 M. and Gokyo too. You can not see the Everest base camp so the most trekkers climb the Kala patthar to see the excellant view of Mt. Everest and many more Mountain. From Kalapatthar there is domestic view os Mt. Everest. Beyond Namche Bazaar is the Sherpa village of Khumjung and further on the famous monastery of Thyangboche. Here the Mani Rimdu festival of dances is celebrated every year.


Langtang region, located at the north of capital city and bordering Tibet is protected as Langtang National Park. This is regarded as the closest and easily accessible yet magnificent trekking destination in Nepal. It has a number of high peaks including Langtang Lirung (7246m). The ultimate destination of this region is Cross Lauribinayak Pass (4610m).Langtang region comprises beautiful places with both natural and religious tenets. From holy lakes of Gosaikunda to natural hot springs, we can explore variety of landscapes in this region. Trekkers can enjoy the diverse culture and lifestyle of Sherpa and Tamang people. Amazingly, you get to see almost all of the major Himalayas in Nepal ranging from Makalu in the East to Annapurna in the West. Ganesh Himal and Manaslu can also be viewed from this region. Therefore, after Everest and Annapurna regions, Langtang is the most preferred destination of the trekkers coming to Nepal.


Manaslu region trekking unleashes the trail of Larkya La pass lying 5220 m high is the highest point of the Manaslu Circuit Trek. Walking on the spectacular pass decorated with the Buddhists prayer flags on top is a delightful experience with a reward of eye-catching mountain views like Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru and Annapurna II.

Manaslu region is still restricted part situated east of Annapurna region boarding with Tibet on north offers the great mountain vista and Tibetan Buddhism with large monasteries in action in route. This Manaslu trekking region is still unspoiled and less trodden where only handfuls of trekkers are trekking on these trails. Due to its wonderful Himalayan vista and less crowds than other region, the trekking in Manaslu is becoming famous every year. There are newly build tea house on all the places to stay which use to be a fully camping trek few year back only.