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Apart from the many popular routes, nepal  offers some of the most rewarding and breathtaking treks in the world. Our trekking guides are always looking for new routes to explore for the visitor from different country and make their trips exciting as well as safe. Nowadays the poupular trekking routes are becoming more crowded and busy so our team is reaching for new trekking routes in Nepal. These new trekking trails is already becoming popular with the visitors and are willing to reach even further more.

These treks provide the perfect answer to all those trekkers who are looking for new trekking areas and adventure and diverse cultural and natural treasures of Nepal.

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Dudhkunda Pikey Trail.

Dudhkunda (4560 m) is a holy mountain lake in the lap of Mt. Numbur, a popular trekking destination of Solu. The Trek to Dudhkunda starting from Phaplu can be done either only around the Dudhkunda Lake or combine with cultural experience passing through Khaling Rai and Sherpa settlement and then back to Salleri through dense forest of Rhododendron and a variety of wild life. The trail combined provides one with a close encounter with the unique Khaling Rais of this area. Dudhkunda, which literally means lake of milk, is said to be a sacred lakes and is revered by the local people. It is believed that taking of dip in its holy waters will fulfills one’s wishes. During full moon nights in August a weeklong celebration is held here by pilgrims and jhankris (Shaman priests).

Pikey Cultural Trail

Pikey Danda (4065 m) is one of the tallest hills of Solu. From Pikey you can see most of the central and eastern Himalayan peaks Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest), Makalu, Khachenjunga, Annapurna, Gauri Shanker, Lhotseshar, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Number, Khatang, Karyalung, Shishapangma, Mera peak and Thamserku. The peak also offers breathtaking sunrise and sunset views during good weather a trial through Jiri- Chaulakharkha – Ngaur leads to the Pikey Danda area. The trial starts at Phaplu and passes through Kerung, Pattale, Jhapre, Pikey peak, Lamajura, Junbesi and ends at salleri.

The name Pikey is derived from the name of a Sherpa clandeity. During the month of July the locals hold celebrations to worship their clan god, the eastern Chyabo Pikey, as Pikey Hlapchen Karbu. There are other interesting possibilities of undertaking tourism activities at Pikey such as paragliding, mountain biking, bird watching, pilgrimage and meditation. From here the trail descends through dense forest finally meeting the Everest trail at Taktor. July-August is a good time to take a trip to Pikey, as this is when the local people hold their celebrations of the clan god, the eastern Chyabo Pikey. From Pikey, one can also continue on to the Dudhkunda trail.

As mentioned above, after reaching Pikey one also has the option of taking the Dudhkunda Culturl Treail. The treail passes through Junbesi, Thuptenchholing, Sengeephuk, Choim Pass, Beni, Dudhkunda, Taksindu and back to Salleri. One of the most beautiful Sherpa villages, Junbesi, is on the way from Pikey to Dudhkunda. One can also visit the famous Thuptenchholing monastery on the way.


Tamang Heritage Trail.

The tamang Heritage Trail takes you through verdant midlands of Nepal experiencing the beauty of this mountain region and the culture of the people who live here. The trail passes through traditional Tamang villages where life, culture, and crafts have remained unchanged since the beginning of the settlement.

Rasuwa is situated near the Tibet border, is the most beautiful Himalayan region of Nepal. It is surrounded by beautiful Ganesh Himal, Kerung, Langtang range, and also has famous Lake Gosaikunda. In fact Rasuwa can be called paradise of Nepal.

Tamang people are the natural inhabitants of Rasuwa. The Tamang means “the great warrior of ancient time goes back to the 8th century from Tibet eastern district Kham”. In fact Rasuwa is famous for the cultural, musical, artistic and ancient religious rich heritage of Tamang people. The ancient village stone houses, caves, forest, monasteries and unique people’s customs are the great attraction of the place. Langtang national park has been recently developed as the Tamang heritage of Nepal.

We will be staying in old monastery and sometimes in the villagers with the local mountain people. We will offer and organize ancient traditional and cultural dances in the village by the native people. The tourist also can take part in these cultural dances along with the villagers. We also organize traditional mask dances by the lamas also, typical shamans powerful nature worship known as whitch craft “Jhakri”. Beside this there will be a special puja for long life in the monastery and meditation lecture and discuses on the trantrik Buddhism.


Limbu Cultural Trail.

A new trekking route between Kabeli and Khaksewa rivers offers an indepth experience of the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the Limbu people who are dominant in this region. The 4-5 day Limbu Cultural Trail Trek starts from Phungling and passes through Suketar, Lalikharka, Kande Bhanjyang, Simbu, Phungphung, Phumpe and Mamanke. The Limbu Cultural Trails end in Mamankhe where more than 95 percent of the population is Limbu (Mabo). From Mamankhe one has the option of either joining the Kanchenjunga trail or retracing the route back to Phungling.

Thick and wide range of cardamom farms lie along the Limbu Cultural Trail. In addition is the unique Himalayan flora and fauna, and untouched natural landscapes. The Limbu communities in different villages perform cultural dances Dhaan Naach, Chyabrung Naach for visitors. Accommodation and meals are offered in local houses. This provides opportunity to discover the are and the people. Tasting the local tongba (alcoholic beverage) and sukuti (dry meat), interacting with the people and participating in their regular activities, and hiking along unrefined trails crossing ridge and gully offers some of the best of Himalayan experiences.


Chitwan Chepang Hill Trail.

Chitwan literally means “heart of the jungle.” In recent years Chitwan tops the list of things to do in Asia. Chitwan is a true wildlife adventure – jungle safaris on elephant back or in jeeps, bird watching, and canoe trips offer a different perspective of the teeming forest.

Pikey Danda (4065 m) is one of the tallest hills of Solu. From Pikey you can see most of the central and eastern Himalayan peaks Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest), Makalu, Khachenjunga, Annapurna, Gauri Shanker, Lhotseshar, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Number, Khatang, Karyalung, Shishapangma, Mera peak and Thamserku. The peak also offers breathtaking sunrise and sunset views during good weather a trial through Jiri- Chaulakharkha – Ngaur leads to the Pikey Danda area. The trial starts at Phaplu and passes through Kerung, Pattale, Jhapre, Pikey peak, Lamajura, Junbesi and ends at salleri.

Beside this Chitwan now offers a short new experience to trekkers. The Chitwan Chepang Hill Trail, offers a rare combination of cultural and sightseeing experience. One of the most interesting aspects of the trek is getting a glimpse of the Chepangs and other local communities who live in this mid-hill region of Nepal. Accepting the invitation of the villagers to stay in their beautiful homes as guests and sharing their meals is a journey of discovery in itself. The unique culture in this area in addition to natural attractions adds to the charm of the experience. The Chitwan Chepang Hill Trail begins at Hugdi, between Mugling and Krishna Bhir in Dhading district about 80 km from Kathmandu, and ends in Shaktikhor. If one starting from the Chitwan National Park the trail can also be started from Shaktikhor ending at Hugdi.


Lumbini Buddhist Circuit Tour.

The Lumbini Circuit Tour provides insight into the life of Lord Buddha and the development of Buddhism. There are 62 archaeological sites scattered outside the Lumbini. The tour goes through Tilaurakot, Kudan, Gotihawa, Niglihawa, Sagarhawa, Aurorakot, Devadaha and Ramagrama all bearing significance to the life, Enlightenment and death of Buddha.

Archaeologists have identified Tilaurakot as the actual capital of Kapilvastu and the home of King Suddhodhan, father of Prince Siddhartha who later went on to become the Buddha. This is believed to be the place where Lord Buddha spent the first 29 years of his princely life. Chinese travelers who visited Tilaurakot more than 2500 years ago reported seeing numerous stupas, monasteries and places. The Chinese pilgrims Fa-Hien and Hien and Hiuen-Tsang noted that they saw Kapilvastu in complete ruins and counted 10 deserted cities within Kapilvastu. King Virudhaka, who massacred the Shakyas during the last days of Lord Buddha, is said to have destroyed the cities.


A walk through the villages surrounding Lumbini interaction with the warm and hospitable local people, buying their authentic handicraft products and observing their traditional rituals will bring one closer to understanding the diversity of Terai cultures in Nepal. Tour of villages also gives opportunity to observe Terai landscapes and vegetation found in the outskirts of the settlements. The people in these traditional villages offer a peek at their agro-based rural lifestyles, colorful costume, festivals that they celebrate with much joy and enthusiasm and gracious hospitality. They belong to different religions, cast and creed, with agriculture as main occupation. The main festivals celebrated by the people are Nag Panchami, Holi, Dashain and Tihar. Tourists can visit the local temples and mosques or partake in the cultural ceremonies. The wetland areas, lakes and ponds in the villages also offer bird watching opportunities. Visitors have the option of choosing to walk through the villages, riding through a local rickshaw or bullock cart.


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The Everest region of Nepal is more than just trekking, it is a milestone in anyone’s life. With eight of the world’s ten highest peaks, Nepal is loaded with spectacular mountains vistas. The Everest Trekking/Trekking in Everest region or Khumbu Himalaya range is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain but also for its friendly Sherpa people, picturesque villages, great variety of cultures and traditions, colorful festivals and monasteries. The Sagarmatha National Park is rich with flora and fauna, but the existence of the yeti remains a mystery.

Everest trekking in Nepal is one of the most remarkable treks that combines the classic close up views of Everest from Kalapatthar, Everest Base Camp, dazzling Gokyo lakes, an assent of Gokyo Ri for stunning high Himalayan panorama and Cho-la, a beautiful remote high altitude pass which enchant the eyes of all who cross it. On the way up into the Gokyo valley and Everest Base Camp, we follow the mighty Dudh Kosi River to Namche bazaar and from here we leave the crowds behind and head up the remote Nangpa Valley. This valley was off-limits for many years owing to its proximity to the sensitive Tibetan border. Its unspoilt authentic Sherpa villages offer a unique insight into how the area would have been when Ed Hillary first walked these paths fifty years ago. Now this route takes us across the Renjo La (5340m) to the cobalt-blue lakes at Gokyo. From our campsite by the lakes we can trek to the farthest reaches of the valley for close range views of Cho Oyu (8201m) and Gyachung Kang (7922m). We can also make the ascent of Gokyo Ri (5483m) for a unique panoramic view of the Everest massif. We continue across the Cho La (5420m), a classic pass that links Gokyo with the Khumbu Glacier and the small settlement of Lobuche. The incredible peak of Nuptse (7879m) towers over our campsite here, but Everest is tantalizingly hidden from view. Only by trekking further up the valley to Gorak Shep does the Earth’s highest mountain gradually begin to reveal itself. Our ascent of Kala Pattar (5545m) is followed by a trek along the Khumbu Glacier to Everest Base Camp.

Nepal is a country of very friendly and helpful people, beautiful scenery, and a great variety of cultural traditions. This journey into the world's most impressive mountain range will create lasting memories and instill a sense of accomplishment. This blend of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration is a great way to experience the Mountains of Himalaya.


The Annapurna region is the most diverse and popular trekking area in Nepal. Annapurna region, a majestic section of the Himalayas in Nepal. The Annapurna Region was inscribed as a Conservation Area in 1986. The protected region covers an area of 7600 sq. km. around two thirds of hikers visiting Nepal head to the Annapurna Region every year. Annapurna region trekking show you the scenery of top mountains such like Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,156m), Annapuran I (8,091m), Machhapuchhre (6,996m), Nilgiri (6,940m),Tukche peak (6,920m), Annapurna south (7,219m) & rest more.

The Around Annapurna trek, or Annapurna Circuit, takes about 18 to 23 days to finish. It all depends on your pace, and the time you want to spend in each place on the way. The advice is - do it easy and slowly - it is good for your health (acclimatization with altitude should be done slowly) and the places are so beautiful - take your time enjoying every single moment. The trek ascends steeply to 4590m, then along an undulating trail to the flat top of Thorung La (5416m.) The amazing scene of the Annapurna range to the south and Mukut Himal bordering Dolpo to the West is seen. The trail descends steeply over glacial moraine, which gives way to grassy meadows before reaching Muktinath the most important pilgrimage sights for Hindus and Buddhist for ages. Holy water flows from the 108 carved spouts surrounding the Vishnu temple in a grove of poplars. Visit Annapurna range and enjoy the magnificent beauty of the Himalayas once in your life time with us.


Langtang region trekking is the perfect trekking option for those trekkers who don’t want to trek where there are too many trekkers trekking. Langtang region is situated in the northern part of Kathmandu, which takes 5 to 6 hours to get to the national park. Lantang region trekking is inside the Langtang National park which is the fourth national park in Nepal. It was established in 1976 aslo called the first Himalayan national park in Nepal.

This trekking route starts by driving from Kathmandu to Dhunche for about 10 hours. Both Langtang and Gosainkunda trekking route has covered by Langtang National Park. The Langtang valley is aptly called "the valley of glaciers". Here, mountains rise soaring towards the sky. The valley offers pine forest, swift mountain streams, rugged rock and snow- capped peaks, grassy downs and meadows strewn with daisies and wild primulas. In the upper part of the valley, there are snow ridges spanning angry torrents, high passes enveloped in mist, tiny lakes of crystalline brightness and glaciated mountain giants. We follow a rugged trail with dramatic views; to the west lie Himal Chuli (7893m), Manaslu (8156m), and Ganesh Himal (7406m). On a clear day, even the Annapurna range can be seen rising up behind and to the north across the valley is Langtang Lirung. We pass a few huts in the high pasture of Laurebina, cross a small ridge and have our first views of the holy lakes. There are about a dozen lakes in the Gosainkunda Basin, the main three being Saraswatikund, Bharab Kunda, and Gosainkunda. According to legend, Shiva created Gosainkunda when he pierced a glacier with his trident to obtain water to quench his thirst after having swallowed a poison that threatened to destroy the world. Langtang region joins with Tibetan boarder so you can even experience some of the Tibetan cultural village like Kyanjing Gompa also this trekking in Nepal is the only Tamang dominant area too.