Nepal is a superb destination for trekkers, as this small country offers countless possibilities, from gentle and easy country walks to long, challenging routes through remote alpine areas.
And while Nepal is well-known as home to 8 of the world’s highest mountains, including Mt Everest, she is also home to stunning rice terraces, exquisite rhododendron forests and amazing wildflowers in the spring. Whatever your taste, you will find something here that suits.
While you may come for the mountains, you will soon find that trekking in Nepal is as much a cultural experience as a Himalayan adventure.
The lore of the highest mountain in the world is magical for many people. Mt. Everest (8848m.), “Sagarmatha" in Nepali (“Higher than the sky") and “Chomolungma” in Tibetan (“Mother
Combining spectacular mountain scenery with marvelous cultural diversity makes this region one of the most popular trekking areas in Nepal
The Langtang region, just north of Kathmandu, is the most accessible trekking region in Nepal and curiously under-rated. While it does not have the 8000m giants, it more than makes
The upper Mustang area, which stretches from the Tibetan border south to Kagbeni, is a unique region in Nepal. Its austere and remote geography is a pull for many trekkers
For those with just a few days, this short trek gives travelers great sunset and sunrise panorama views of the Annapurna Range, Combined with a stay at the pleasant lakeside
The Dolpo region is seriously off the beaten path and has far fewer tourist facilities. In return, it offers fascinating and difficult treks that provide some of the best adventures
Well off the beaten path, Rara Lake is a great destination for those seeking adventure, solitude and wilderness. Although logistically complicated, the lake rewards trekkers with beautiful scenery and ample
A challenging camping trek that circumnavigates one of the highest and most beautiful mountains in Nepal. Beginning at low elevation, the route will take trekkers through remote areas where
A chance to get up close to the world’s 5th highest mountain via a difficult and long, but spectacular, camping trek. The route goes through some of Nepal’s wildest and
If you want to experience Nepal as it used to be, if you are up for a serious challenge, and if you are interested in going to a remote area
At 8167m, Dhaulagiri is the 7th highest mountain in the world and the 6th highest in Nepal. While most travelers are drawn to the Everest and Annapurna regions, there is
Everest Classic Trekking
Raj has been a great guide, he ensures that his customers are well taken care of, he sees to all of the details allowing you to focus on enjoying the trek. His experience and leadership were evident throughout the trek and along with his easy going nature made my trip to Nepal truly memorable. I would definitely recommend Raj as a guide and will rehire him for future trips. I definitely plan to return soon to Nepal.
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Circuit Annapurna Trekking
I cannot speak higher of any travel guide in Nepal than Rajan Dhungana. I went there alone in 2008 alone and was very relieved that my guide was so trustworthy. He made me feel comfortable and safe and we always had a great time. He always kept our safety and health in mind which is really important, especially when you in remote areas at high altitude. He made the extra effort to make the whole trek extra special and I left Nepal with a new friend and a great impression of the place as a whole. I did the trek with a few other people and they were so impressed with Rajan that they were really jealous of me. They ended up going back to Nepal with Rajan instead of the guides they had on the first trip. Thanks Raj!