Trekking is the most excellent way of discovering the beauty and the serenity of the Himalayas. Look at the pictures, they are worth a thousand words!
The term ‘trekking’ means walking, hiking, backpacking, tramping, etc. in the Himalayas, and not rock climbing or mountaineering. Everyone with a basic level of fitness can go for trekking. There are long, short, hard, and easy treks. The local people live in villages along the trek so you can stay in a lodge each night during your trekking vacation. Those who wish for a wilderness experience can also camp during trekking.
We can guide the trek or recommend an experienced local trekking guide. Our guides will show you the way on the trail, give you advice about altitude sickness, select suitable lodges, show you the sites, etc. You will not have to worry about the trekking permit, transportation to and from the trek, and selecting the best places to eat. The guide will also be available to answer your questions about the mountains, culture, and customs of the area. Additionally, the guide is also available for finding solutions to any situation that may emerge, such as arranging an extra porter or horse if needed along the way.
Porters are available for carrying your baggage. Most of us are not used to letting others carry our baggage, but remember that it’s the porter’s livelihood and they are experienced with the routes. Treat them in a friendly way and they will be good company: you provide them the job! We pay fair wages and insurance for your guide and porters and that is highly appreciated in Nepal.
We have outlined the most well-known trekking routes on this website. Feel free to contact us for more information and other routes. Prices are dependent on the customized vacation that you choose.
The Tamang Heritage Trail takes you to the authentic Tamang culture in the Langtang area. This is perfect to get acquainted with trekking in the ...
A trek to the valleys of Nar and Phu is definitely a must. It is the ultimate destination for those looking for authenticity and can ...
13 Days Or 16 Days
Mohare Danda (Mohare Hill) is a rather light Himalayan trek to a viewpoint (3320m) in the Annapurna area from where you can see ...
Three passes trek is located in the Everest region (Sagarmatha National Park). During this tour you see the enchanting lakes of Gokyo ...
The Manaslu area is the area where mostly Gurung live. Buddhist and Tibetan influences are strong in the Tsum Valley. The nature in ...
15 Days Trekking
SUPPORT THE LOCAL PEOPLE IN THE HELAMBU AREA! This area was severely affected by the earthquakes in spring 2015. By ...
7 Days Trekking
This short trek in the unspoiled area of Mardi Himal will give you a breathtaking impression of the Himalayas. The tourist bus ...
7 Or 8 Days Trekking
The Panchase mini trek is ideal for those looking for an introduction to trekking or wants to 'warm up' for a longer trek. ...
2 Days Trek (from/to Pokhara)
This is a trek along untrodden paths in the Annapurna massive. You will see during this hike both the tourist vantage point of Poon ...
On the first day you come from Kathmandu or Bhaktapur by taxi or minibus to Sundarijal. From Sundarijal you walk uphill in about five ...
The highlights of this trek is the Kathmandu Valley , On the first day you drive from Bhaktapur to changunarayan, ...
The Lower Dolpo Trek is one of the most adventurous treks in Nepal. The Dolpo region is only open for trekking since 1991. It is ...
The Dolpo Region is situated in the "rain shadow" of the Himalayas and remains dry in the monsoon period. That makes it a ...
The Manaslu area is the area where mostly Gurung live. Buddhist and Tibetan influences are strong in the Tsum Valley and Samdo . The nature in ...
The Gokyo trek Renjo is located in the Everest region (Sagarmatha National Park). During this trek you will see the enchanting lakes of ...
By crossing the Cho La pass, you will reach the Gokyo area and the enchanting lakes of Gokyo and the Gokyo peak. It also gives you a ...