Nepal Trekking

Nepal Trekking is a spectacular experience for the lifetime. The diversified culture and nature, fundamentally, fascinate thousands of trekkers every year.

Nepal is truly a paradise for the nature lovers. This naturally and culturally fertile land offers tremendous opportunity of trekking in the Himalayas.

Nepal Trekking takes us to the countryside and the remote areas where traditions and culture are still untouched by the flame of modernization. The exotic and wild nature is exhilarating to explore and enjoy. Most importantly, trekkers love to witness panoramic mountain views while trekking in Nepal.

Similarly, cultural heritages, unique and endangered species of flora and fauna in national parks and conservation areas, picturesque landscapes and valleys, deep gorges, cascading waterfalls, dramatic mountain views and stunning sunrise and sunset are the prominent highlights of Nepal Trekking.

 Basically, Nepal Trekking can be categorized into:

1 Teahouse Trekking

2. Camping Trekking

Teahouse trekking means we spend the overnight at teahouse or lodge or guesthouse and eat during the trekking days. We don’t need to bring tent for overnight stay. We do not carry cooking equipment and stuffs for food. The teahouse or guesthouse has menu and we choose the item of food and it is served. The most popular form of trekking is teahouse trekking in Nepal.

Unlike this, camping trekking in Nepal is disappearing gradually since it is costly and relatively difficult to arrange and manage. The most classical flavor of trekking in Nepal is camping trekking. For camping trekking, we need to carry all required food stuffs and equipment for the whole trip. We need to hire cooks, porters and sherpas. Cooks prepare foods and served by the waiters. We spend the night in the tent in camping sites during the trekking days.

Major Highlights of Nepal Trekking

  • Trekking beating the off the beaten trails

  • Meet local ethnic people and insight of their culture

  •  Explore popular natural and cultural heritage sites

  • Taste Nepali organic cushion

  • Unique and endangered species of flora and faunas

  • Heart-thrilling Mountain views including the top of the world, Mt. Everest

  • Astonishing sunrise and sunset

  • Lakes, falls, caves, temples and monasteries

Major Nepal Trekking Regions in Nepal

Nepal has four seasons: Autumn (Sep-Nov), Winter (Dec-Feb), Summer (Jun- Aug) and Spring (March- May). Nepal trekking can be carried out all round the year. However, due to cold and rain during winter and summer respectively, it is repatively hard to arrange all sorts of trekking in Nepal. So, Nepal Trekking best season of the year is Autumn.

Autumn is pleasant. The weather is perfect. The visibility is so clear. The mountain views are spectacular.

Spring is the second most popular Nepal trekking season. The hills of trekking region are entirely wrapped with astonishing flowering rhododendron. The trekkers really love to enjoy it during Spring.

Everest Base Camp Trekking-16 days
| Duration: 16 Days
| US $ 1,520 1,450 Per Person
Everest View Trekking-7 days
| Duration: 7 Days
| US $ 1,020 980 Per Person
Annapurna Base Camp Trek-15 days
| Duration: 15 Days
| US $ 779 755 Per Person
Annapurna Circuit Trek-16 days
| Duration: 16 Days
| US $ 876 850 Per Person
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek-10 days
| Duration: 10 Days
| US $ 670 650 Per Person
Everest Chola Pass Trek-18 days
| Duration: 18 Days
| US $ 1,075 1,055 Per Person
15 days Gokyo Valley Trekking
| Duration: 15 Days
| US $ 1,475 1,400 Per Person
Helambu Trek-10 days
| Duration: 10 Days
| US $ 695 670 Per Person
Jomsom- Muktinath trek-13 days
| Duration: 13 Days
| US $ 795 779 Per Person
Langtang Gosainkunda Trek-16 days
| Duration: 16 Days
| US $ 770 725 Per Person
Langtang Valley Trek-11 days
| Duration: 11 Days
| US $ 589 576 Per Person
Makalu Trek
| Duration: 22 Days
| US $