Trekking in Nepal

Mustang Treks

“Mustang is one of the few places in the Himalayan region that has been able to retain its traditional Tibetan culture unmolested… authentic Tibetan culture now survives only in exile and a few places like Mustang, which have had long historical and cultural ties with Tibet.” – The Dalai Lama. Mustang – The Forbidden Kingdom, closed to westerners until 1992,…
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Tilman’s Pass Trek

Trek : Tilman’s Pass Trek Duration : 15 days Max-altitude : 5352m Best Season : Mar-May,September- November Accommodation : Full Camping Group Size : Min-2 Max-14 Start : Chautara Finish : Syabru Besi

Humla Limi Valley Trek

While we enter the interesting place Limi Valley it seems like the stepping back in time. And due to the isolated location the villages are very untouched and pure. Century old Buddhist traditions, interwoven with shamanistic influences, are still important part of daily life. From the border town of Hilsa you turn northeast towards Limi Valley The trekking route follows…
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Jumla to Humla Simikot Trek

Jumla and Rara lies in the northwestern high mountain of Nepal. Rara National Park was established to protect the unique beauty of Rara Lake and to protect the representative plants and animals of Humla Jumla region. It is situated in the remote area of Karnali zone. The smallest park of Nepal is Rara National park comprising an area of 106sq….
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Gokyo Lake Trek

The Gokyo valley runs parallel to the main Everest Base Camp trekking route. Far less visited than Base Camp, Gokyo offers you fantastic views of Everest and the opportunity to explore glaciers and mountains that rarely see trekkers. Access to the valley is through pine and birch forest where you may spot Musk Deer and the Himalayan Pheasant. Then we…
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Baraha Lake Trek

Spring time in the Himalaya can be superb – a world somewhere between Heaven and Earth – it is best appreciated by getting away from the crowds and into some genuine village communities. Camping is a must for these regions as there are no lodge, which is a bonus if you want to see the world as a Nepali sees…
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Everest Base Camp Trek

The route to Everest Base Camp is probably the most famous mountain trek in the world. Every spring and autumn the trail fills with awestruck walkers who wind their way through friendly Sherpa villages. Porters and yaks ferrying equipment seem minute compared to the towering heights of Ama Dablam, Kangtega and Tawoche. You pass through the famous Tengboche monastery which…
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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Few places in the world have such a splendid variety of natural beauty as the Annapurna region. It is a rare combination of long arrays of snow capped peaks, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers within deep gorges, Tibetan monasteries, hot-springs, and picturesque villages inhabited by simple and friendly local people. Behind the greater Himalaya, lies the rain-shadowed trans-Himalayan valley. This…
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Nar & Phu Valley Treks

The Nar and Phu valley is newly opened site for trekking in the Manang Region. The trek offers a combination of high Peak, remote villages, narrow canyons. Lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks gompas and unique Himalayan cultures. Closed to trekkers until late 2003, very few Westerns have explored these virtually untouched areas or climbed many 7000m Peaks surrounding it….
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Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

 The Tamang Heritage Trail is the newest trekking route in the Nepal Himalaya. We have been researching this region since 2004 and it is by far our ‘favourite little spot for a walk’. Some Nepali NGO’s have worked hard with local villagers to improve the trails and the result is an easy-going route through pristine mountain scenery. This will become…
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