Trekking

Trekking in Nepal is worldwide famous. No other countries of the world have such varieties of trekking routes as Nepal is the home for the highest Himalayas of the world and a composition of distinct varieties of ethnic groups with god gifted natural resources and wild animals; eight out of ten highest Himalayas fall in Nepal and most of the routes to these gorgeous Himalayas, religious and cultural destinations and the naturally divine places have been recognized as the popular trekking routes. Apart from the astonishing views of the snowcapped Himalayas its diverse culture, vegetation (tropical to alpine) and the topographical differentiation from 69m the lowest level at Terai to the south (Plain) to the highest peak of the world Mt. Everest 8,848m to the extreme north within just 200 km difference. As the topography changes from plain to hill so as the settlement with more than 125 ethnic groups speaking as many as 123 languages with distinct cultures and belief systems comprised within an area of 147,181 sq. km. that one wouldn’t  experience anywhere in the world.

Trekking in Nepal means not only passing through the virgin foot trail near or alongside the high glorious Himalayas route to the destination but also exploring the mix cultures, their lifestyle, natural diversification walking on your modest pace understanding the rural communities crossing over the fast flowing rivers through suspension bridges bathing in the hot spring river having an insight with visiting one or two settlements each day. We are here to serve you; what you have come for and make you feel that Trekking in Nepal is one of the most important decisions you made with the achievement valued more than the expectations.

Tourism in Nepal is mainly famous for trekking that invites the majority of tourists in Nepal. It has innumerable trekking ranges among which the most famous are: Everest Region Trekking, Annapurna Region Trekking, Langtang, Kanchanjunga, Dolpo, Mustang, Makalu Region Trekking etc. These trekking regions spread through the eastern region to the far western region on the north side of the country and each of the above regions includes several trekking routes besides these Himalayan trekking routes there are other various routes related to culture, natural beauty and religious places. Villages Tour  and Trekking in nepal, Home Stay Trekking, Trekking around Kathmandu and Pokhara, Muktinath Temple Trekking, Panch Pokhari Trekking, Bhirab Kunda Trekking, Lo-Manthang Trekking, Rara Lake Trekking, Arun valley trekking, Timal Bholung trekking, Milke Dada Trekking, , Sailung Trekking, , Tilicho Lake Pass/Meso Kanto Pass Trekking, Narphu Valley Trekking etc.

As per the demand of the trekkers and the necessity of the trekking routes, there are two types of trekking styles i.e. Tea House/Lodge Trekking and Camping Trekking.

The Tea House Trek:

Generally, the most frequent trekking routes are well equipped with the tea houses at the overnight stay locations which are typically have the facilities of food and shelter and charging batteries and the relatively larger settlements have e-mail facilities as well. We take these services for the whole team from the tea houses. Apart from having all these facilities, on the demand of trekkers individual or on a group we can provide the Camping Trekking. The famous routes where teahouse trekking is possible are mainly included the Everest, Annapurna and Langtang Regions Trekking.

The Camping Trek:

All the trekking routes of Nepal are not frequents hence the teahouse facilities aren’t available and Camping Trekking is the only option supplying with all camping equipments along with  hiring local porters to carry the equipments, luggage, food with well trained cook to prepare hot meals to serve you. These trails provide a wilderness experience in both natural and cultural aspects having an overlook on the remote mountain settlements, their survival techniques, simplicity, happy and smiling faces, far from the modernization and untouched from the political hazardous with their own distinct culture and tradition that surely satiate one being there.

If you are travelling for trekking in Nepal purpose, it is obvious to know which route is comparatively suitable for you. For this purpose, the trekking routes are normally divided into four grades in terms of the difficulties and the physical and mental fitness requirement. A short description below certainly helps to fit you the trekking route.

Easy/Easy Plus (Grade One):

These types of trekking routes are suitable for everyone who is in normal health and physical fitness with no prior experience specially designed for beginners, old age, children and for the family over the well defined routes though frequent ascents and descents are desirable and walking merely exceed 5-6 hours a day covering 10-15 km per day with an altitude constraints of 3,000m. These types of trekking involve not more than a week walk.

Moderate/Moderate plus (Grade Two):

The moderate trekking routes are of more challenging for the beginners and are tough than the grade one which is not suitable for children and old age. One should have good health and of good physical fitness and also should certainly be taking regular exercise; One who is willing to enjoy a weekend or more in the hills with the qualities mentioned above is capable of trekking on these routes. These routes require up to 5-7 hours walk and occasionally more on moderate plus covering a distance of 8-10 km per day over the hilly terrain with a well defined trails and frequent ascents and descents with an altitude over 3,000m and sometimes reach over 5000m. The trekking routes on moderate plus shall not remain clear and the routes may be narrow and steep where the altitude goes up to the snow line and are of far from the roads and towns hence demanding you to be prepared to meet the situation well specially if it is a camping trek. Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Gokyo Lake Everest Trek, Langtang Valley Trek are moderate level trekking.

Hard/Strenuous (Grade Three):

Highly motivated with good health, stamina and physically fit with plenty of regular exercise are essential as the routes involve of high altitude often over 4,000m to 5,600m with daily walking of 6-8 hours on rough and steep trails alongside the mountain base though may need longer while crossing the passes. Prior experience is a plus point but not compulsory if you are determined and confident of yourself. Normally teahouse trekking is available for these kinds of treks while camping is must in some cases. Normally the trekking trails need three weeks or even more. Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Dhaulagiri trekking, Gangala pass trekking etc. Some examples of hard trekking.

Challanging/Alpine/Mountaineering (Grade Four):

Most tough uphill Himalayan routes falls in this grade which requires a high level of physical, mental, health and stamina fitness with other essential preparation. Previous mountaineering experience is certainly preferable. The major constituent at this level is likely to be long on rough and steep trails, high altitude often crossing the snowline with the chance of rope climbing which make this trip the real adventure. Some of these routes can be followed by teahouse trekking while others demand camping. Normally the trekking lasts for 3-4 weeks and even more in some cases. Everest High Passes Trekking, Upper Dolpo Trekking, Manaslu Trekking, Kanchanjunga Trekking, Ganja La Pass Trekking are some of the examples.

 

Trekking - Packages

US$1385
Everest Base Camp Trek

Duration: 14 Days

Annapurna Base camp trek
US$840
Annapurna Base camp Trek

Duration: 12 Days

Annapurna Base Camp Trek
US$1400
Annapurna Circuit Trek

Duration: 20 Days

Everest Three Passes Trek
US$1487
Everest Three Passes Trek

Duration: 19 Days

Everest Three Passes Trek
US$1062
Everest View Trekking

Duration: 10 Days

Gokyo Lake Trekking
US$1240
Gokyo Lake Trekking

Duration: 14 Days

Khorpa Trek
Khopra Danda Trek

Duration: 14 Days

Langtang Region Trekking
Langtang Valley Trekking

Duration: 10 Days

Mardi Himal Trek
US$748
Mardi Himal Trek

Duration: 10 Days

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Everest Short Trek

Duration: 7 Days

Arun Valley
Arun Valley Trekking

Duration: 13 Days

Poonhill
US$750
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking

Duration: 9 Days

Annapurna
US$450
Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek

Duration: 10 Days

Mardi Himal Trek
US$750
Mardi Himal Trek

Duration: 10 Days

Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Sickles Trekking

Duration: 8 Days

Muktinath Tour
Jomsom Muktinath Trek

Duration: 12 Days

Tilicho Lake
Tilicho Lake Trek

Duration: 18 Days

Panchase Trek
Panchase Trekking

Duration: 9 Days

Nagarkot
Chisapani Nagarkot Hiking

Duration: 6 Days

Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Annapurna Royal Trekking

Duration: 09 Days

Tamang Heritage Trek
Tamang Heritage Trek

Duration: 10 Days

Langtang Gosaikunda
Gosaikunda & Helambu Trek

Duration: 10 Days

US$1520
Ganjala Pass Trekking

Duration: 16 Days

Upper Dolpo Trekking

Duration: 25 Days

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek

Duration: 12 Days

tsum-valley-trek
Tsum Valley Trekking

Duration: 14 Days

Narphu valley Trek
Nar Phu Valley Trek 

Duration: 17 Days

Rara lake trekking

Duration: 16 Days

Upper Mustang Trek

Duration: 17 Days

Dhaulagari-circit-trekking
Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Duration: 20 Days

Makalu Base camp
Makalu Base Camp Trekking

Duration: 20 Days

Ganja La Pass Trek
Ganja La Pass Trek

Duration: 16 Days

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