Best Treks In Nepal

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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

  • Duration: 12 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 3210m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is one of the most popular easy trekking trails in Nepal. Even though the trail does not include any challenging sections, the landscapes and stunning views make it stand out among other treks. Poon Hill trek will take you far from the hustling and bustling cities, and present you with some of the gorgeous sunrise and natural beauty you will get to witness in your life. The trail will include several ascends & descends and go through beautiful forests of rhododendrons & pines, small settlements, and streams.

You will get to witness Himalayan Paradise views of snow-capped mountains like Mt. Annapurna (8091 m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), and many more. Moreover, the people residing in this region are very kind and welcoming. You will get to experience their lifestyle, culture, and tradition. This trek will take you to Ghorepani Poon Hill where you will get to see one of the best sunrises of your life. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is a perfect trek for someone looking to experience the best views of this Himalayan country without going far into the Himalayas.

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Gokyo Panoramic Trek

  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Strenuous
  • Max altitude: 5357m
  • Accommodation: Lodge 

Gokyo Panoramic Trek is a beautiful exploration of supernatural mountains, ridges, alpine lakes, and glaciers. Gokyo Panoramic Trek is for travelers who wish to try something new in the Everest region. The Gokyo Valley Trek is labeled moderate in difficulty, and doable for anyone with good physical fitness. the highest point of the trek is the amazing Gokyo Ri or Gokyo Peak, 5357m, from where you get an awe-inspiring view of hundreds of peaks including the 8000-meter mountains: Everest, 8848m, Lhotse, 8414m, Makalu and Cho Oyu, 8188m.

 Gokyo trek follows the trails of Dudh Koshi River from the green forested paths of the Khumbu to the Gokyo Lakes, 4700-5000m, which are nestled beside the sixth highest mountain in the world, Cho Oyu, 8188m. re are 6 main Gokyo Lakes which are fed by the Ngozumpa Glacier, and which flow into the Dudh Koshi River. You will climb across the stony moraines of the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest glacier in Nepal, to reach Gokyo Ri and enjoy the breathtaking view.

A further dimension to your experience of Gokyo Valley Trek is the friendly Sherpa inhabitants of this Khumbu Region. Their Tibetan-Buddhist culture, their modest lifestyle, and Buddhist monasteries add appeal to the place. The small settlements dotted through the Khumbu have still not been touched by modernity. Gokyo village, 4700 m, a quaint village situated on the bank of the third Gokyo Lake, has several stone houses, which double as hotels for trekkers.

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Round Annapurna Trek

  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 5416m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge

Round Annapurna Trek is one of the most famous trekking destinations in Nepal. The trek is short and easy in terms of technical climbing but, do requires strong determination to go on the trek as you have to walk around 5-7 hours per day. Every year hundreds of travel lovers visit this region to experience the region's breathtaking views. The trail will include several ascends & descends, waterfalls, small picturesque villages, and lovely forests of rhododendron, pine & bamboo. Moreover, during the spring entire region bloomed with colorful rhododendrons and orchids.

You will get to witness panoramic views of Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993 m), Mt. Annapurna (8091 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), and Mt. Hiunchuli (6441 m), Pisang Peak (6091 m), and many other mountains. Not only these, but Round Annapurna Trek also provide you an opportunity to experience the lifestyle, culture, and tradition of people residing in this region. You don't need to have any prior trekking experience to go on this trek yet if you have one it will surely benefit you.

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • Duration: 14 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 4130m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge

Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. Every year hundreds of travel enthusiasts visit this region to experience the region's breathtaking views. The trek is short and easy in terms of technical climbing but, does require strong determination to go on the trek as you have to walk around 5-7 hours per day. The trail will include several ascends & descends, lovely forests of rhododendron, pine & bamboo, waterfalls, and small picturesque villages. Moreover, during the spring entire region bloomed with colorful rhododendrons and orchids.

You will get to witness panoramic views of Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993 m), Mt. Annapurna (8091 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6441 m), Mt. Gangapurna (7455 m), and many other mountains. Not only these, but Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) Trek also provides you an opportunity to experience the lifestyle, culture, and tradition of people residing in this region. You don't need to have any prior trekking experience to go on this trek yet if you have one it will surely benefit you.

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Langtang Valley Trek

  • Duration: 11 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 3798m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge

Langtang valley trek begins with the drive along the Trisuli River north of Kathmandu, via Dhunche to Syabrubesi, 1470m, the first of several settlements of the Tamang and Sherpa ethnic groups. The trail disappears up a narrow, forested gorge towards Village, 3400m, beautifully situated at the base of Lirung, surrounded by 6000-7000m snow-capped peaks. Aside from a little agriculture, the trekking business was the main livelihood for the inhabitants, and until 25 April 2015, the village was booming. This was the day the 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit. The strong tremors caused most of their houses to collapse, and minutes later a terrifying rumble was heard as an entire section of Lirung broke off, bringing 40 million tons of giant boulders, much of the glacier, and the entire frozen lake down on top of the village. The only trace of the village that remained was the wall of one house.

Once the area was declared safe for trekking, the resilient villagers began rebuilding their homes, teahouses, and lives, about 100 meters above the old village. The new village lacks the authentic feel of the first, but most of them have more amenities. There is a memorial mani wall dedicated to the lost ones a short distance from the old village. You can also find plaques listing the names of all 243 victims of the landslide at Langtang village. Visiting the Langtang Village with your friends or family is a great contribution to their recovery.

Above Langtang village, the valley widens and you ascend through alpine pastures to Kyanjin Gompa, 3850m, near the border of Tibet. From here a day hike to Tserko Ri offers spectacular views of mountains and glaciers: Langtang Lirung, 7246m, Kimshung, 6781m, and Langshisha Ri, 6370m. This is one of the places you could spend an extra day or two.

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Pikey peak and Dudhakunda Trek

  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 4561m
  • Accommodation: Camping / Lodge

Pikey Peak trek is a chance to explore lesser-known villages and the wilder places of the lower Everest region. Pikey Peak or Pikey Danda is most popular for its sunrise and sunset views. From here you get a magnificent view of the peaks north of the Kathmandu valley and the Himalayan range which includes Mt. Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjungha, Annapurna, Gauri Shankar, Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Numbur, Khatang, Karyalung, Shishapangma, Mera peak, and Thamserku. Pikey Peak has become one of the popular trekking trails in the Everest region, probably because Pikey Peak is one of the lowest places from where you get a clear view of Mt. Everest, 8848m. 

After reaching Pikey Peak the trail leads us to the large Sherpa village of Junbesi where there is the Thubten Choling Monastery, which has been a first contact point for many Tibetan refugees and remains home to a large population of Tibetan Buddhists.

 Pikey Dudhakunda trek can only be done by camping. The trail climbs high in the mountains to a place called Dudh Kunda, which literally means “milk lake”. The Dudh Kunda is a holy lake with white waters, surrounded by the mountains of the Southern Solukhumbu and directly under the Numbur Himal Range, locally known as Shorong Yul Lha, protector of the Solu Khumbu region. It is a famous pilgrimage site for both Buddhists and Hindus and for adventurous trekkers. During full-moon nights in August, pilgrims and jhankris (Shaman Priests) hold a week-long celebration here. At other times you are unlikely to meet anyone on this rarely traveled trail. 

Trekkers using the lower Everest Trail may also pass through this region. It is the perfect place for nature lovers to visit. This area has many diverse ethnic groups living here such as Sherpas, Khaling Rais, Tamangs, Magars, and Gurungs, and this gives a great insight into their lifestyle. You will get to see the unique culture of the real Sherpa people, who represent a large percentage of porters and guides for treks and expeditions. (Some people think Sherpa means porter… but that is incorrect. Sherpa is an ethnic group that hails from the Everest region and has become famous for its bravery in the mountains. The hospitality of the locals is one of the most heartwarming experiences one can come across in this area. It’s common to stop to chat or they may entice you with something delicious to eat. 

Apart from culture, Pikey Peak Dudhakunda trekking is popular for the wonderful Himalayan scenery and the flowering Rhododendron trees, magnolias, and wild orchids. Authentic Sherpa villages and Sherpas culture, Buddhist monasteries, and beautiful lakes are the main attractions of the Pikey Dudhakunda trek. On the trail to Dudh Kunda, you'll pass through Phaplu, Taksindu, and Beni, or Sunbesi Beni where you'll see some breathtaking panoramic mountain views.

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Mardi Himal Trek

  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 4250m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge

Mardi Himal Trek will take you to one of the most visited regions of Nepal, the Annapurna Region. It is also one of the less crowded trekking trails, and only a handful of travelers visit this region every year, which makes the Mardi Himal Trek route perfect for anyone who wants to have alone time in nature. As a matter of fact, Mardi Himal is located beneath Mt. Machhapuchhre, which is forbidden to climb. You will also get to witness the breath-taking views of the Himalayan mountains like Mt. Hiunchuli (6441 m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993 m), Mardi Himal (5587 m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), Tent peak (5663 m), Baraha Shikhar (7647m), Singhachuli (6501m), and many other snow-capped mountains.

Your Journey Begins with a drive to Pokhara and then to Kande. After reaching Kande, you will begin your trek towards Mardi Himal West Base Camp. The trail will be full of adventures and present you captivating view of the region. The trail includes several ascends and descends on the steep sections and goes through the alpine meadows, lush valleys, beautiful forests of rhododendron, birch, maple, hemlock, and daphnia, picturesque villages, and rivers. Not only this, as this is one of the less trekked regions, the tradition, culture, and lifestyle of the locals are untouched by the modernization that makes this trek even more thrilling and worth visiting. Be a part of this amazing trek with us, and we will make sure that you enjoyed every second of your journey.

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Upper Mustang

  • Duration: 18 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 3840m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge              

Tsum Valley

  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 3700m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge 

Tsum Valley Trekking takes you to northern Gorkha behind the great Mt Manaslu, where there is a secret hidden valley that used to belong to Tibet. The inhabitants, called ba, have lived in such isolation that their ancient Tibetan Buddhist way of life, art, and language has remained unchanged for centuries. The Valley Trek branches off the Manaslu Circuit Trek to the northeast and stretches up to the border of Tibet. The valley is surrounded by mystery, myth, and majestic mountains such as Ganesh Himal, 7140m, Sringi Himal, 7187m, and Himalchuli, 7893m. Manaslu, 8163m, and Boudha Himal, 6672m.

The Tsum Valley trek follows an ancient trading route with Tibet. The region was restricted until 2008 and even yet, very few adventure travelers have made it to this mysterious land. The Tsum people’s traditional family life may be quite surprising for many outsiders. Most of the brothers in one family marry a single girl, a practice called polyandry. Although the Tsum Valley is underdeveloped, the warm hospitality of the Tsumba people means you will not need to camp as you will be welcomed into their traditional homes to share simple typical food; dal Bhat (lentil soup and rice), chapatis, flatbread, and thukpa (noodle soup). If you are not prepared to ´rough it´ a little bit, then this trek is probably not the one for you!

The trek starts and ends at Machha Khola, an eight-hour drive from Kathmandu. Most of the 14 days involve trekking at altitudes over 3000m for 5 to 7 hours; so a fairly good level of fitness is required. Half the route is spent on the main Manaslu Trail following the banks of Budi Gandaki River. We enjoy elegant views of beautiful dense forests, terraced fields, pristine glacial rivers, and hilly villages where friendly locals are happy to chat with you. But, when we leave the main trail to enter the Tsum valley, suddenly there is a feeling of entering into the mysterious valley which is immensely rich with ancient Buddhist Gombas, nunneries, chortens, and prayer walls, religious monuments, and endless mani walls.

The Buddhist saint Milarepa was supposed to have meditated in mountainous caves in this valley. Because of its detachment and inaccessibility, this sacred valley still feels like famous saints and monks are living there.

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Phaplu Namche Everest View Trek

  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Trip Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude: 3900m
  • Accommodation: Guesthouse / Lodge