Due to the difficulty topography of the land, access by vehicle is very limited. Therefore, the best means of exploring the country is on foot, depending on the area you wish to trek in and the degrees of difficulty you are willing to face, a wide range of trek can be organized. A three-day fully organized trek around Kathmandu valley is just a common as a two week assisted tea house trek to the Annapurna Sanctuary.
Since most treks start and end in relatively low areas, climbing towards higher valleys, you will be walking through altitudinal variation; differing natural scenarios, natural vegetation and you may even encounter various wild animals. You will also be able to meet different ethnic groups and discover the various aspects of Nepalese Culture. Mountain views of course will be part and parcel of almost all treks in Nepal and even on some short trek such as Ghorepani 6 days, you will have a chance to get incredibly close to the eight thousanders.
A day on the trek
A trek day starts around 6 a.m. with a cup of tea/coffee. After packing your duffel and day-pack a breakfast of porridge/muesli/cornflakes/Tibetan bread/egg with tea/coffee is served. The day's trek starts around 7.30-8.00 a.m. Porter carry all luggage and equipment. All you need to carry in your day-pack are water bottle, rain/wind jacket, camera and other small items you may need on the trail. All trekkers walk at their own pace accompanied by the trek guide. With larger groups there is a "lead" and "sweep" sherpa providing support throughout.
The morning's walk to the lunch spot takes about three hours. Around mid-day we usually stop on the way for a simple hot lunch. After hiking for three to four hours in the afternoon campsite, is usually reached between 3-4 p.m. In the late afternoon and evening you can relax, wash, read or take a walk nearby. The evening meal is served between 6 and 7 p.m. in the dining room or in the dining tent if it is camping trek. After dinner the guide will brief trekkers on the next day's hike.
Each day's hike is planned so that trekkers have time to see, photograph and explore the countryside. Anyone who is healthy, fit, enjoys the outdoors and hiking will qualify to participate in our treks.
We offer two mainly two types of trek in Nepal; Treks On the Popular Trail and Treks on Off The Beaten Trail.
On the Popular Trail
Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu and Langtang treks are located on the popular trails because thousands of trekkers trek here every year in and these areas have Tea houses to stay. We don’t have to carry food and tent with us to trek in these regions. We can still make both kind of trek (camping and tea house), however we suggest you to choose tea house rather than camping because camping would be more expensive and less comfort than staying in the tea house.
Off The Beaten Trail
As many trekkers visiting Nepal, many of the trails will be crowded, we therefore offer off the beaten trek so that you will enjoy the wilderness of the country and non ending virgin culture. On this trek we have to be self sufficient therefore we take everything from Kathmandu. There are guide, cooks, sherpas and porters to take care of all the technical and logistical aspect of the trip. We camp at wilderness sites away from the main trails and enjoy the scenery of the country.
There is only one way to make this trek; a fully organized camping trek. As there is no teahouse/guesthouse near by we have to make all camping and be self sufficient. Plese be inform you that now a days at many of trekking areas at off the beaten trail also available home stay accommodation and meals with the local families; and for those who intent to explore the culture and way of life can choose home stay trek but with basic comfort.
Annapurna Region Trek
Pokhara is also a good starting place for a number of shorter treks of this area. The ancient kingdom of Lo (Mustang) and Dhaulagiri are also geographically a part of Annapurna region. About two-third of the trekkers who visit Nepal every year make the trek in Annapurna region. It has high crossing passes, hot springs, World’s deepest valley, Tibet-like country, view of 360 degree panorama of Himalaya, the hidden valley, beautiful lake like Tilicho, closed mountain view from Mardi Himal base camp, rich Gurung culture at Siklish and Damodar Kunda, picturesque villages and of course friendly local people.
Everest Region Trek
Everest has been calling out to trekkers and climbers since it first appeared in the telescopes of mountain surveyors, and the trails that climb through the foot Hill of the world's highest mountain still offer some of the most challenging trekking in Nepal. The districts of Solu and Khumbu have been extensively developed for trekking, with well maintained trails and plentiful lodges, but the trekking routes start higher and stay higher, touching the tops of some of the most famous mountains in the himalaya.
Solu Khumbu is the homeland of the Sherpa people, who have become famous for their skills as guides and mountaineers, As often as not, the owner of the lodge you stay at will have climbed some of the tallest mountains on earth. The Buddhist monuments of the Sherpas- stupas, chortens, (stone Bouddhist monuments), maniwalls (build od stone carved with Buddhist prayers), and gompas (Monasteries) - mirror the towering landscape all around. Bring extra film or memory cards for your camera as it's easy to go snapping - crazy in the Khumbu.
Langtang Region Trek
The mountains north of Kathmandu offer a great range of trekking Choices, all within a day's drives of the capital. The Major areas are the Langtang Valley, the sacred alpine lakes of Gosaonkunda and the rolling Sherpa farmland of Khumbu, and these can be combined in many different way to make a trek lasting from minimum to more than 2 weeks.
The Langtang Valley trek follows the river upstream through forests of pine, bamboo and rhododendron, ascending through pastures to arrive at the alpine meadows of Kyangjing Gomp, where you'll get outstanding mountain views just a stone's throw from the Tibetan border.
The Gosainkunda trek climbs more steeply through farmland and above the treeline up an alpine ridge that offer a huge himalayan panorama, to reach a rocky bowl studded with sacred high altitude lakes. From Gosainkunda you can continue over the high 4600m Laurebina pass and walk all the way back to Kathmandu valley or visa Helambu.
Manaslu Region Trek
Manaslu range lies between Ganesh Himal and Annapurna range. The trek in this region was offically opened to tourist on 1991 since then people have started to trek here. Manaslu region offer high crossing pass like Larke la, Superb mountain view, picturesque village, beautiful Bara Pokhari Lake, impressive display of wild flower, an abundance of wild life, many waterfall and of course friendly local people.
Kanchanjunga and Makalu Region Trek
This is the third tallest mountain of in the world; 8586m, the massive block of rock and ice that straddles the border between Nepal and Sikkim in India. The kanchanjunga area is the homeland of the Limbu people, who speak language related to Tibetan and follw a mixture Buddhist, Hindu and animist beliefs. Makalu, the valley of the mighty Arun Kosi runs north from the plains to the fringes of Makalu Barun national park, in the foothill of Makalu (8463m), the fifth highest mountain in the world.
Both Kanchanjunga and Kakalu is known as restriction area; permit restrictions means that it is only possible to walk here as part of an organized trek arranged through register trekking agency and with Trekking Team Pvt. Ltd. Partly places of the areas also possible to attempt with homestay type lodge trek.
Rolwaling Region Trek
The name Ganesh Himal comes from the elephant-headed Hindu God of good fortune who is one of the most popular Hindu deities in the world. Ganesh Himal area trek offer, an excellent habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals; 526 species of plants (including 40 species of orchids), and 300 species of birds. Other interesting wild animals are the Himalayan Thar, Gaur, many kinds of Monkeys and musk Deer.
Rara & Dolpo Region Trek
The most unexplored area of Dolpo and beautiful lake like Phoksundo and RaRa are located in this region. Western Nepal was once the centre of a large empire that extended into Tibet and India and it now has a large population of both Hindus and Buddhists.
This area also offer high crossing passes, Superb mountain view, picturesque village, stunning turquoise water of phoksundo, deep forests & the tranquil beauty of RaRa lake, Bon-po monastery, impressive display of wild flower, an abundance of wild life, remote valley of Tarap with its Yak caravans and Tibetan heritage and of course friendly local people.