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Dhaulagiri Trek.

Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167M.) is the World's sixth highest mountain peak. It is part of great massif that includes 14 other summits exceeding 7,000 meters. The jagged ridgeline of the Dhaulagiri Himal extends westward more than 40 miles from the Kali Gandaki Khola. Dhaulagiri lies north – west of Pokhara culminating to its highest point at the eastern end. Trekking routes in this area are very strenuous and trekkers must be equipped for Camping. Several optional routes can be taken. This region is new territory for trekkers. Trekking off the main paths is not only possible, but can be immensely rewarding, though you do need a sense of adventure and an increased ability to deal with unexpected. Geographically, Dhaulagiri region is a land of dramatic contrast. From the near tropical Pokhara valley, steep slopes climb to snowcapped Himalayan giants.

This is the most famous and popular trekking area in Nepal. In this trek simply you will enjoy with unsurpassable views of the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna Range, river, waterfalls, Rice field terraces, tradition and culture.

The vast massif screens the hidden land of Dolpo to its northwest. Following the rivers upstream, ferns and forests of oak and other deciduous trees and juniper are interesting. Mountainsides of rhododendron blaze with color in the spring, and other flowers are abundant on the trail. Even on High Mountain passes above the tree line, tiny alpine flowers can be found dotting the windswept ground.

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is an extremely challenging trek in Nepal, that winds across two passes of 5000m plus. Diverse culture, treading through different types of forests to treeless zone and getting as close as possible to peaks like Dhaulagiri and Dhampus Peak are great highlights of Dhaulagiri Trek.

 

Kanchenjunga Trek.

Mount Kanchenjunga, one of the world's most spectacular mountains, is renowned as the queen of mountains. Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), the third highest peak in the world and the second highest peak in Nepal. It is located in the extreme northeast corner of Nepal bordering Sikkim (an Indian State) to the east and China to the north. The massif of Kanchenjunga containing 4 peaks over 8000m and 7902m Kangbachen dominates the scenery without taking any grandeur from stunning neighboring numerous 7000m peaks including Jannu and Pyramid Peak. This is the most adventurous of all the routes offered. The valley approaching the mountain base camp has been opened to trekking, specifically for organized treks. The long trek to the lap of Kanchenjunga takes one through some of the country's richest and most pristine forests. Kanchenjunga is one of the most remote and beautiful areas in Nepal, which, unused to foreign visitors, still lies shrouded in mystery. The features of the walk in are pleasant villages then in the high regions, glorious mountains and abundant wildlife. This includes musk deer, blue sheep and, for the believer, the Yeti! Magnificent views of Everest, Makalu and the Kanchenjunga massif will make the trip memorable.

This trek beings at Tumlingtar or Taplejung accessible by air, or Basantapur accessible by road. Soaring peaks, the Yelling Glacier and a wide variety of natural vegetation and agricultural areas can be seen in this region. The trek back from Yalung glacier will follow ridges, valleys and passes along and above spectacular river gorges to Tharpu through very remote areas rarely visited by many trekkers.

Dolpo Trek.

Standing in the midst of the rugged natural landscape of Dolpa in all its beauty, and experiencing its remoteness you cannot help but feel that this is Shangri - la - a region with an aura of mysticism about it. Dolpa, also called “Ba Yul” or the Hidden Valley, has fascinating villages and is a land of mystery, scenery and peace. Isolated and secluded from the outside world by spiraling high mountain passes and restricted entry, mysterious Dolpa had long fascinated and frustrated travelers. David Snell grove first revealed the mysteries of Dolpa in his book Himalayan Pilgrimage (1961). Peter Matthiessen’s description of Shey Gompa (Crystal Monastery0 in the snow leopard (1979) further piqued readers’ interest.

In 1988, the valleys leading to Dolpa’s Shey-Phoksundo National Park were de-restricted to organized trekking groups who are self-sufficient in food and fuel. Lake Phoksundo is the major attraction of Dolpa. The newly promoted Dolpa Experience Circuit links Phoksundo experience with the natural beauty and cultural experience of Dho and other village’s. Another newly promoted trail Dolpa Heritage Circuit takes one through the many monasteries and Buddhist Gompas. There are altogether 130 Gompas in Dolpa, some of their histories going back to very early times.

Equally breathtaking is Nepal’s cultural heritage. The Kathmandu valley with temples, shrines and other monuments packed into its nook and cranny, as well as its arts and crafts, architecture and the year round celebrations that mark numerous festivals, is the cultural hub of the nation. The practices and beliefs of the diverse communities living elsewhere in the Kingdom have added extra color and flavor to Nepal’s vibrant culture.

The medicinal plant, Yarchagumba (Coerdiopsis sinensis) a type of wild mushroom is found in abundance in this region. Extracts from Yarchagumba are believed to significantly improve health and fitness.

Shey Phoksundo National Park, Lake Phoksundo and Shey Gompa are the prime attractions of this region. Newly promoted circuits, which encompass the prime attractions and also offer uniquely Dolpa experiences are: Dolpa Experience Circuit and Dolpa Heritage Circuit.

 

Mustang Trek.

The name Mustang refers to the arid Tibet -like region at the northern end of the Kali Gandaki, lying beyond the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. Mustang has been described as desert in the mountain. Mustang offers a truly exceptional opportunity to explore an area rich in ancient tradition and mythology. Trekking to this region is worthwhile for those who want to experience the hospitality of the people living in this remote region. The culture and the scenery of this region are similar to Tibet. This land is a perfect destination where ample scope is offered for visiting Buddhist Monasteries. Upper Mustang consists of two distinct regions the southern region with five villages inhabited by people related to the Manangis and the northern region (the ancient kingdom of Lo) where the language culture and traditions are almost purely Tibetan. A trek to this region inspires divine imaginations in the heart and soul of all who come within its magical range. Though the final destination of this trek is lo-Manthang, a side trek to Damodar kund, a holy Shrine for Hindus, can be made. This trek begins from Jomson- accessible by air, Pokhara-accessible by road or Beshisahar- accessible by road. Trek starting from Besisahar includes Annapurna circuit.

Mustang was only opened to trekkers in 1991. The Department of Immigration issues only a small number of special permits, to protect the local Tibetan traditions from outside influence as well as to protect the environment. This semi-autonomous region with strong Tibetan influence was described by Tillman as a "fascinatingly ugly country, the more fascinating for being so little known." Indeed, the trek to Lo Manthang is through an almost treeless barren landscape, along a steeply undulating rocky trail, from which there are panoramic views of Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and a range of other soaring peaks.

 

Makalu Base Camp.

Makalu is the 5th highest mountain in the world and this is nearby the top of the world highest mountain (Everest). This region is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural beauty and culture. Due to its isolation and lack of teahouses this area still receives few trekkers. Sherpa, Rai, and Limbus are the main dweller in this area. Walking north of the Arun River to Sedua and Nun, then crossing Barun La (4110m.) into the upper Barun Khola valley for a close look at Makalu (8463m). The second part of the trek is very difficult and almo1st impossible without previous experience. Makalu base camp lying on the Nepal- Tibet border has the virtue of observing the Nepal's most major peaks to the east of the Everest. Makalu base camp trekking starts right from the Arun Valley. This region, considered as one of the non-tourist areas has a wonderful charm to explore and always done with a well-supervised and guided group with sensible equipment.

The Makalu Barun National Park is home to 3,000 species of flowering plants, 440 species of birds and 75 species of mammals including the snow leopard, red panda, musk dear, wild boar, wild yak and the Himalayan Thar.

Manaslu Trek.

Pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure sum up the trek experience around the 8156m Manaslu. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. The Manaslu circuit is a well-known and much loved trail in Nepal’s Himalayan landscapes, which provides great views of some of the highest mountains in the world.

Beginning in Gorkha, home of the celebrated Gorkha soldiers, visit the ancient palace of King Prithivi Narayan Shah. Soon after civilization fades and we pass though ancient villages, observing the simple agricultural habits of its people. Then we ascend the Gandaki River valley, fed by innumerable rivers and waterfalls, offering the chance of a plunge into some bathing pools. From here, the strenuous section begins and yaks begin to outnumber people in the rocky landscape. In Samagoan (3450m) we visit the glacial green lake of Birendra, before crossing into mystic Samdo, a mere 15km from the Tibetan border. Here Tibetan monks inhabit sacred monasteries and combined with the views of Tibetan plateau against stark white Himalaya’s makes this is a truly spiritual place. Continuing, more monasteries await in Larkya Bazaar, along with the biggest challenge - crossing Larkya La (pass.) This 5213m snow-covered pass demands the utmost respect. Snow-covered peaks over 6500m tower above as we cross. The descent, once off the snow takes us through alpine then tropical areas, bursting with ferns, bamboo, pine trees, waterfalls and aqua-blue green lakes laced with cotton-white beaches. Finally, Manaslu will disappear as we descend to Beshishar (832m). This 3 week excursion will leave you with a sense of peace and respect for the people of Nepal and its ecological wonders.

But the 2015 earthquake had a big impact in the Manaslu region and destroyed several lodges along the trail. Reconstruction work for lodges and infrastructure is moving forward rapidly and so finding accommodation shouldn’t be a problem. Camping is not necessary for this trek but may be an alternative for those traveling in big groups.

Rara Trek.

Jumla and Rara lies in the remote Karnali zone in the north-west of Nepal. The region is made-up of long ridges covered with temperate forests and alpine pastures enclosing high valleys. Summer rainfall is low, but winter snow can be heavy and persistent. Since the region is fairly high and free from monsoon thunder-storms, the summer season is ideal for trekking. Winters are cold, but in the autumn season, trekking is rewarded with a profusion of alpine flowers.

This is a short trek specifically designed for those with limited time but want to experience the beauty of Rara Lake and fine views to the north. Yet the largest lake in Nepal, ensconced within its smallest national park, is only three hours walk from an airstrip. It’s a beautiful, calm haven surrounded by forests, and a paradise for bird watchers.

From Dhotu, we traverse a steep north- facing slope and cross a series of fields down to a small stream. Crossing the bridge, we climb up to the hamlet of Jhari (2500m). From Jhari, we climb steadily up a ridge to a low saddle, from which there are fine views of the beautiful Rara Lake. From here, it is a pleasant descent to the meadows on the south side of the lake. The former village site of Rara (3040m) is two hours walk along the western bank of the lake. Designated a National Park in 1975, Rara boasts an abundance of wildlife, including aquatic birds and rich forest around its large lake at a height of 2980 meters. This is an ideal place to relax for a day or two.

 

Ganesh Himal.

Ganesh Himal Trekking area lies on the central eastern region of Nepal. Many interesting ethnic groups a mixed of lifestyle offer you a glimpse into real Nepali life and this gives visitors an opportunity to observe the rich Nepalese cultural tradition from the closest quarter and intermingle with locals, hence giving the visitor a sense of satisfaction.

Ganesh Himal is one of the beautiful areas for trekking for those wanting to get away from the more popular regions of Annapurna and Everest. It is relatively easy but extremely interesting trek. Between Kathmandu and Pokhara there are three major groups of peaks: Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Manaslu and Himal Chuli and the large Annapurna Himal. It is famous for unspoilt Tamang culture, spectacular views of mountains and colorful rhododendron forest. Ganesh Himal trekking is very calm trekking area in Nepal and it follows the least trodden trail far from the madding crowd in the central Himalayan range. Diverse lifestyle of many interesting ethnic groups offer you a glimpse into real Nepali life and this furnish visitors an opportunity to observe the rich Nepalese cultural tradition from the closest quarter and interact with local peoples.

There are interesting panoramic views destination points are called Singala pass, Dharka, Jasail Kunda, Jyamrung, Kasigaun, Khanchok and Gorkha offer you more than 35 mountains over 6000meters(19'680ft) above sea level.

Pathibhara Trail.

Pathibhara Devi shrine (3794 m) is a popular pilgrimage destination for trekking. This trek starts from Suketar (2840 m) about 2 hours walk from Phungling Bazaar. Both Hindus and Buddhists worship Pathibhara with equal reverence. Hindus throng the temple during special celebrations, while Buddhists living in the vicinity light lamps at the temple on full moon nights.

The Goddess at Pathibhara is believed to fulfill the long cherished dreams of her devotees, like sons for those without sons, and wealth for the poor. The story of the temple goes back to the time when hundreds of sheep were said to have disappeared from the place where the temple stands today. Legend has it that when the shepherds prayed to get their sheep back, they had a vision of the Devi herself who asked them to sacrifice a few of the sheep to get back their lost ones. It is said that when they did as they were asked by the Devi, the lost sheep were found, and from then onwards started the worship of Pathibhara Devi.

The Pathibhara pilgrimage may take 4 to 5 days and the best time to visit is from March to June and September to November. Pilgrims can also visit monasteries situated in Olangchungola and Lungchung, the waterfall at Sawa and the pond of Timbuk, during autumn and spring every year. The forest ecosystem along the trail offers diversity of wildlife, birds, flowers and butterflies. Most of the Kanchenjunga range can also be seen from here.

 

Sailung Trek.

A pleasure walk into the sublime hills with misty atmosphere, Sailung trek is a finest trekking trail. Though it is a less frequented trekking tail in Nepal, Sailung trekking amazes you with fascinating natural basin, spectacular scenes of the fast flowing rivers and rich flora and fauna.

Sailung Trekking is Non Tourist Area, which provides incredible panoramic view of the Himalaya. This trek starts from Dolakha in eastern part of Nepal and you will arrive in Lamche Pokhari from where commence the trek for Sailung to the low land area of close eastern part of the Katmandu. Main highlight of Sailung Trekking is to see the magnificent views of eastern part of Himalayas of Nepal and encounter with several different ethnic people and interesting experience about socio-economic situation, life style and their professions. Specially, people like this area very much who are interested to visit to the non- tourist area for the nature and culture both.

A journey filled with fun, adventure and pleasure, Sailung Trekking is definitely an experience of a life time. Providing you the eternal moments and warm memories during your precious time is our goal.

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EVEREST REGION.

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.

ANNAPURNA REGION.

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.

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.