A trek is not just an opportunity to gaze at snow-covered peaks, it is a chance to observe the lifestyles of the different peoples who have inhabited these mountains for centuries. The best way to experience Nepal's unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them.either way you are in for an experience for a lifetime.along with dence and beautiful forest of rhododendorn, isolated hamlets, and small mountain villages, birds, animal, temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes. Trekking is possible througout the year it depends on where you are going.

You can choose staying in tea house or camping.a tea-house is a guest house run by local popular destination like annapurna reigion Langtang and everest region tea house are more like hotels, with western food and clean room with hot shower. tea house are less expensive than camping, mostely it is suitable for small groups, with large groups, irrespective of the area, its more convinent to organized camping along with the team of guides, cooks sherpa and porters to make your trek comfort.

We offer major trekking trail

Everest Region :
The Khumbu or Everest region is the most popular trekking area in Nepal. It would probably be the most popular destination, but it is more difficult to get to Solu Khumbu than to the Annapurna area. To get near Everest, you must either walk for 10 days or fly to Lukla, a remote mountain airstrip where flights are notoriously unreliable.

Solu Khumbu is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world's highest mountain (8848 metres), but also for its Sherpa villages and monasteries. The primary goal of an Everest trek is the

Everest base camp at an elevation of about 5340 metres. Solu Khumbu is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world's highest mountain (8848 metres), but also for its Sherpa villages and monasteries. The primary goal of an Everest trek is the Everest base camp at an elevation of about 5340 metres. But you cannot see Everest from the base camp, so most trekkers climb Kala Pattar, an unassuming 5545-metre bump on the southern flank of Pumori (7145 metres).

Other than the problem of access, the other major complication to an Everest trek is the high likelihood of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). This potentially deadly disease, commonly known as altitude sickness, is caused by climbing too quickly to a high elevation. Be sure to read the section on mountain sickness in the Health & First Aid chapter if you are planning an Everest trek. If you suffer symptoms of altitude sickness and cannot go to base camp, you can still make a worthwhile trek to less ambitious destinations such as Namche Bazaar, the administrative headquarters of the Khumbu region; Khumjung or Thami, more typical Sherpa villages; or Tengpoche Monastery. From Tengpoche you will have an excellent view of Everest and its more spectacular neighbour Ama Dablam (6856 metres).

Annapurna Region :
The Annapurna Conservation region is the most geographically and culturally diverse protected area anywhere in the world. Nowhere else in Nepal can one meet and experience such a wide variety of human culture. This region is the most popular trekking region of Nepal. Due to the extremes of elevation the region contains a remarkable diversity of flora; from sub-tropical lowland forests of oak, bamboo and rhododendron in the south, to the high alpine meadows and windswept desert plateaus in the north, bordering Tibet. It is home to a vast range of wildlife, the grey langur monkey and a variety of cats and rodents flourish at lower levels, Himalayan black bear and the snow leopard are found at higher altitudes, over 440 species of birds have also been recorded.

Most of the treks commence or finish close to Pokhara, and transportation to trail heads is well developed; with great views just two days up the trail, short treks are particularly feasible. The Annapurna Range faces Pokhara like an enormous sofa, 40km across and numbering nine peaks over 7000m, with Annapurna I above all at 8091m. The Range and the adjacent hill areas are protected within the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), for which you have, apply for a trekking permit. ACAP has won high praise for its holistic approach to tourism management. The main aim of the project is to protect the area’s natural and cultural heritage, while at the same time ensuring sustainable economic and social benefit for the people.

Langtang Region :
Nepal Langtang trekking combines the remote and spectacular valley of Langtang, with the high mountain lakes at Gosainkund and the beautiful Helambu Valley. Visit the beautiful Langtang National park and then trek to the end of the valley to view the wonderful ice flutes of Gyangchempo.

Following the Trisuli River north out of Kathmandu, we travel through Trasuli Bazaar and Dhunche to Syabrubensi, a Sherpa village located at the very edge of the Langtang National Park. We then swing east into the Langtang valley, crossing the river several times as we travel up along a gorge-like, lower section of the valley. We pass through oak and rhododendron forests and even cross glacial moraine on our way to the Tamang village of Langtang.

A little further up the valley is Kyangin Gompa, where we stop overnight and sample the local yak cheese. We pass through Nubamatang, nestled in a hidden valley, on our way up to view the glaciers, which mark the gateway into Tibet. Backtracking, we travel through Syabru and Sing Gompa to a high plateau, where the sacred lake Gosainkund is located. Crossing the Llaurebena Pass (4610m), we continue south, leaving the Langtang region behind us as we travel through the Helambu valley to Gul Bhanjyang. From here it's just a few days trek back to Kathmandu.

Ganesh Himal :
Treks in the Ganesh Himal region are designed to introduce you to a broad spectrum of life in different Nepalese communities and varieties of beautiful scenery. You may visit base camp of the Ganesh Himal where there are two lakes _ Black and white . Twin waterfalls _ ganga and Jamuna, bring joy to your heart.This trek is recommended by many trekkers though it is not as popular as Annapurna and Everest. Visit this area in March and April, and you will see the mountainsides red with magnificent Rhododendron blooms_ Nepal’s national flower. Visit Gorkha, the birthplace of modern Nepal. This was the home of King Prithivi Naryan Shah, who fought many wars to unite the tiny kingdoms spread throughout the land now known as Nepal. His Palace can be seen on the top of the hill at Gorkha. This area is also the homeland of the original of Gorkha Warriors. The Ganesh Himal trek begins at Trishuli, a four hours drive from Kathmandu and ends at Gorkha, a six hour drive to return to Kathmandu.

Dhaulagiri Region :
Dhaulagiri (White Mountain), separated from the Annapurna region by Kali Gandaki Gorge (deepest in the world) includes some fifteen peaks above 7000mt. The trekking in this area is relatively strenuous and needs some mountaineering knowledge. Magdi Glacier, Dhaulagiri Base camp (4750m), French Pass (5360m) (highest point of the trek) including the several peaks such as Putali Himal and Tukuche Peak gives you an excellent view of Dhaulagiri range. A hidden snow valley (after crossing French pass) gives you a heavenly test of white world. The Dhampus Pass between Tukuche peak and Thapa peak is another haven in the trip.

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