Upper Mustang Trekking

Upper Mustang TrekKing

The Upper Mustang trek leads you to a secret Buddhist world in a land known as the Kingdom of Mustang, also called Lo. It’s a faraway mountain area that’s kind of like Tibet. The people and the way of life here are very similar to Tibet, and the land is dry with tall cliffs and rocks that are different colors and shapes.

First, you’ll go to Kagbeni, which is like the entrance to Upper Mustang. Then you’ll walk through dry land because it doesn’t get much rain because of the big Dhaulagiri mountains. You’ll go to Lo-Manthang, which is where the old Kings of the Kingdom of Lo used to live.

During the trek, you can explore caves, look at old paintings on rocks, and visit monasteries, and a place called a “gompa” to learn about the culture here. And don’t forget the amazing views of mountains like Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and more!

When you’re in Lo Manthang, you can visit a place called Namgyal Gompa, Tingkhar (the last village in the northwest), and even the King’s palace. This will help you understand the culture of this area better.

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annapurna circuit trek

Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is an exciting adventure that takes place in the Annapurna region. It’s like going on a big circle around the Annapurna mountains. You’ll do cool things like crossing a super high pass called Thorung La Pass (which is 5,416 meters high), walking near the deepest gorge in the world called Kaligandaki Gorge, watching the sun come up over the Himalayas from a place called Poon Hill, visiting a special temple called Muktinath (where people from the Hindu and Buddhist religions go on pilgrimages), and relaxing in hot springs in a place called Tatopani.

While you’re hiking on the Annapurna Circuit, you’ll go to different heights, from 800 meters up to that super high 5,416 meters. This means you’ll experience lots of different climates. You’ll see things like fields where they grow rice, forests that feel like the jungle, farms in the countryside, and even icy, frozen areas called glacial zones.

The best part is the amazing views you’ll get to see. You’ll see giant mountains like Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna II, Mt. Annapurna III, Mt. Annapurna IV, Mt. Annapurna South, Mt. Nilgiri, Mt. Machhapuchhare, Mt. Hiunchuli, Mt. Lamjung Himal, Tukuche Peak, and Tilicho Peak. These mountains are like giants in the sky, and it’s really cool to look at them.

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Langtang valley trek

Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang Valley Trek is like a hidden gem in Nepal. It’s not too far from Kathmandu, just about 30 kilometers to the north, and it’s close to Tibet. Even though it’s near Kathmandu, not many people come here for trekking compared to other popular places like Everest and Annapurna. The Langtang Valley is a special place where you can learn about Tibetan Buddhism and the cultures of different groups of people. It’s surrounded by tall mountains and has unique plants and trees because of the land’s shape and makeup.

The trek takes about 10 days and starts with a fun bus ride from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi in the Rasuwa district. Along the way, you’ll see cool places like Lama Hotel, the main Langtang village, and the old Kyanjin Gompa, which is up in the mountains at 3,870 meters high. When we head back, we’ll take a different path through Thulo Syabru to reach Shing Gompa, another important monastery. After that, we’ll go back to Dhunche and catch a ride to Kathmandu. We also have a tour of Kathmandu’s famous cultural and religious places the next day, and many of these places are on UNESCO’s list of important places in the world.

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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga is the third tallest mountain in the world, and it’s tucked away in the far eastern part of Nepal. Our Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is like a journey through a less-traveled and wild area of Nepal.

The cool thing about Kanchenjunga is that its name means “pure and clear.” When you go on this hike, you get to see amazing scenery and learn about the culture of Tibet and the Buddhist people who live in rural Nepal. Not many tourists go there, so it’s a real adventure.

Here’s something interesting: If you want to reach the top of Kanchenjunga, there are four different ways to do it. Three of these routes are in Nepal (south-east, north-west, and north-east), and one is in India (north-east).

In Nepal, there are eight really tall mountains, and Kanchenjunga is the second highest one, standing at 28,168 feet. In the past, the Kanchenjunga base camp area was off-limits, but now more and more tourists are visiting, and it’s become a popular spot for hiking. Way back in 1955, two climbers named Joe Brown and George Band were the very first people to reach the summit of Kanchenjunga.

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Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a breathtaking and less-traveled adventure in Nepal. It’s often overlooked but is undoubtedly one of the hidden gems among trekking routes, making it one of the top restricted treks in the Manaslu Region of Nepal. This 14-day journey is captivating and comes second only to popular destinations like Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang.

What’s interesting is that this is one of the few trekking areas where solo trekkers are allowed, although there should still be at least two people in a group. Additionally, you must have a Nepal Government Licensed Trekking Guide leading the way and obtain a special permit as well as an ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) permit.

The highlight of the Manaslu region is Mount Manaslu, which stands at an impressive 8,163 meters, making it the 8th tallest peak in the world. This majestic mountain is a major attraction in the Manaslu region, adding to the allure of this incredible journey.

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Everest 3 passes

Everest Three Passes Trek

Nestled within the picturesque Everest region of Nepal, one can embark on the magnificent journey known as the Everest Three Passes Trek. This trail is a favored choice during the vibrant spring and crisp fall seasons, spanning a challenging 104 miles (or 167 kilometers) over an adventurous course of 21 exhilarating days through the snow-capped Mahalangur mountain range of Nepal.

The Everest Base Camp Three Passes expedition crafts a unique chapter in every traveler’s journal, promising to turn trepidation into an experience akin to heaven on earth.

The trek commences from the gateway of Lukla, leading through the pristine Khumbu valley towns of Namche, Khumjung, and Thame, charming alpine Sherpa communities. These routes are renowned for their formidable nature, demanding the traversal of lofty passes exceeding 5,000 meters.

The treacherous Cho-La, Kongma-La, and Renjo-La passes are the main attractions for thrill-seekers, unveiling mesmerizing vistas and off-the-beaten-path wonders. Among these gifts lies the opportunity to traverse the Khumbu’s sprawling glacial expanses.

The journey unfolds before your eyes, revealing icy glaciers, cascading waterfalls, arid deserts, and frozen snow pathways after treating you to the allure of snow-capped peaks and the formidable Gaurishankar Himalayan ranges. The frigid expanse of Gokyo Lakes, the majesty of Khumbu glaciers, and the indomitable presence of Mount Everest stand as the trek’s defining highlights.

As the glaciers melt from their towering 8,848-meter peak to a humbling 5,364 meters at Base Camp, the thrills of the landscape and its surroundings etch themselves indelibly in your memory. The Everest Three Passes Trek is a challenging adventure that kindles a fiery spirit within.

For trekkers seeking a grand adventure in Nepal, the Three Passes combined with the Everest Base Camp journey offer the ultimate solution.

The ideal time to embark on the Everest High Three Passes Trek is during the mid-autumn or mid-spring seasons when the high passes thaw and open up. Winter poses its own challenges, with substantial ice fields to cross instead of snow-covered terrain. Etched deep within the heart, memories of this enchanting countryside and the entire expedition remain eternally cherished. The High Passes Everest Trek stands as Nepal’s premier hiking route, offering an experience beyond compare, surpassing the standard Everest Base Camp journey.

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Annapurna Base Camp with Poonhill Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek through Poon Hill is an incredible journey that combines two different treks: Ghorepani Poon Hill and Annapurna Base Camp. This trek is perfect for those who want to witness breathtaking mountain views from a lower altitude and explore the high Himalayan glaciers, icefalls, diverse cultures, and countryside communities.

Your adventure starts in the picturesque city of Pokhara, following a scenic drive from Kathmandu. The trek takes you through charming rural villages like Nayapul, Birethanti, Hile, Thikhedhunda, Ulleri, and Banthanti before reaching Ghorepani. Ghorepani is like a piece of paradise, offering fantastic panoramic views from the north, stretching from the far west to the east. The local culture here is unique, with the majority of people belonging to the Pun Magar community, often mispronounced as Poon Hill.

The best times to embark on this trek are autumn when the skies are clear for excellent mountain views, and spring when the jungles come alive with colorful rhododendron blossoms against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks. The sunrise and sunset views from Poon Hill (3,210 meters) are simply breathtaking, with the Himalayan ranges gradually changing color from golden to dazzling white. You’ll get to see a stunning panorama of mountains from east to west, including Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and many more.

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Everest Base camp trek

Everest Base Camp Treks

The Everest Base Camp Trek, also known as the EBC Trek, is a comprehensive trekking expedition originating from Kathmandu, Nepal, leading to Kala Patthar (5,545 m) and the base camp of the world’s highest mountain.

This adventure is a top priority for adventurers worldwide, offering breathtaking, up-close views of the majestic Mount Everest, the planet’s loftiest peak, from every perspective.

While some individuals scale Mount Everest to test their mettle against formidable challenges, others seek to wander amidst the towering peaks and bask in the mesmerizing vistas of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, and Ama Dablam. If you fall into the latter category, this trekking expedition is the ideal choice for you.

Curious about the difficulty of the Everest Base Camp Trek? Although it ventures into mountainous terrain, it is essentially a high-altitude trek along a well-established trail. Consequently, the Everest Base Camp trek is more manageable than it may initially seem. Nevertheless, it necessitates considerable determination and a touch of good fortune. Seek valuable tips from trekking experts.

We are here to support you in realizing your dream of trekking to the base of the world’s tallest mountain.

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