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Nepal Trek Tour

Nepal Trek Tour

Journey to the Paradise of Himalayan Treks

Namaste! Welcome to Nepal, the darling in the trekking world. Whether you are a novice trekker or a seasoned explorer, Nepal will surprise you with an eye-opening trek that you’ve long been dreaming of. Of all the top 6 trekking regions in Nepal, we single out 12 all-time favorite treks across Nepal and offer easy-to-use trekking guide below for you. To most of the travelers, Everest Region and Annapurna Region will remain the biggest draw for trekking in Nepal.

After spending a couple of days visiting Kathmandu Valley, you may fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and experience the most popular trek to EBC; For more experienced trekkers, certainly not to miss the detours to heavenly Gokyo Valley or travel to Pokhara and gear up for the trails of rhododendron along Annapurna Circuit Trek or Annapurna Base Camp Trek. If you have limited time, the entry-level Poon Hill Trek and leisurely day treks around Kathmandu Valley and Langtang Valley will fill your days with laughter and unexpected cultural and scenic discovery.

Besides, for more off-the-beaten paths, the Upper Mustang Trek and Manaslu Circuit Trek bring you the inner peace and take you to explore the rarely-seen landscape and untouched ethnic villages like Gurngs, etc. With the assistance of our seasoned trekking team, pro-active tour service, you will get pampered by a heady mixture of epic Himalayan treks and cultural exploration in Nepal.

Trek in Everest Region  Trek in Annapurna Region Other Popular Treks in Nepal
  • Half Day Classic Mount Everest Helicopter Tour

    Half Day Classic Mount Everest Helicopter Tour

    Route: Lukla - Kala Patthar - Solu Khumbu - Kathmandu

    For tourists who want to make a Mt.Everest helicopter tour in Nepal, this half-day tour would be an excellent chance. It will offer you an opportunity to enjoy the awesome EBC tour above the air. Here, you can photograph the amazing vista of Mt. Everest and the mighty Himalayan Ranges.

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  • 10 Days Everest Panorama View Trek Tour

    10 Days Everest Panorama View Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu - Lukla- Phakding- Namche Bazaar- Khumjung- Tengboche- Monjo- Kathmandu

    10-day Everest panorama trek is designed for those who want to enjoy panoramic view of Mt. Everest yet have a tight schedule. You won't be able to make it to EBC, but can explore Sherpa village in Namche Bazaar and Tengboche Monastery and other picturesque villages along the route of classic EBC trek.

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  • 17 Days Nepal Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

    17 Days Nepal Everest Base Camp Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu - Phakding-Namche Bazaar-Tengboche- Dingboche- Lobuche-Gorakshep- Everest base camp-Kathmandu

    Drawn by the big name of Mt. Everest, 17-day EBC trek in Nepal is the top trek of top treks in Nepal. The trek takes you to visit Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, and stunning view of from Gorak Shep to Kala Pattar and finally to the Everest Base Camp.

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  • 19 Days Ultimate EBC Trek via Gokyo Valley

    19 Days Ultimate EBC Trek via Gokyo Valley

    Route: Kathmandu-Lukla-Phakding-Namche-Thyangboche-Phiriche-Lobuje-Kala Pattar-Gorak Shep-EBC-Gorak Shep-Dzongla-Gokyo-Renjo La-Thame-Monjo-Lukla-Kathmandu

    Combined with ascents of Kala Patar and Gokyo Peak, this 19-day EBC trek via Gokyo Valley is the ultimate Everest experience, tailor-made for you. Check more detailed information about Nepal EBC trek.

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  • 6 Days Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

    6 Days Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

    Route: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Tikhe Dhunga - Ghorepani - Tadapani - Kathmandu

    This 6-day Poon Hill trek in the Pokhara region of Nepal is one of the most popular shorter treks in Nepal, and incorporates the features of all the best trekking trails in Nepal into one.

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  • 9 Days Royal Trek in Pokhara

    9 Days Royal Trek in Pokhara

    Route: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kalikasthan - Syaklung - Chisapani - Pokhara - Kathmandu

    This 9-day Royal Trek that gives opportunities to explore the diverse cultures of the area as well as the landscapes and scenery, the trail begins in Pokhara, and passes through several local Gurung hamlets along the route.

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  • 10 Days Natural Hot Spring Trek Tour

    10 Days Natural Hot Spring Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu - Pokhara- Kande-Landruk-Jhindanada-Ghandruk-Nayapul-Pokhara-Kathmandu

    This trek is suitable for those who do not have much time to spend and old people but a burning desire to observe the beauty of Annapurna Himalayan range.

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  • 16 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek Tour

    16 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu-Pokhara-Tirkhedhunga-Ghorepani-Poon Hill-Chomrong-Himalaya Hotel-Annapurna Base Camp-Pokhara-Kathmandu

    Annapurna Base Camp trek is one of the most popular treks on earth. The journey into its base camp is unbelievable and provides you an insight into the Nepalese hill life.

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  • 22 Days Annapurna Circuit Trek Nepal

    22 Days Annapurna Circuit Trek Nepal

    Route: Kathmandu- Besi Sahar-Nagdi-Jagat-Dharapani-Chame-Pisang-Manang-Khangsar-Tilicho Base Camp-Tilicho Tal-Khangsar-Churi Lattar-Thorung Phedi-Muktinath-Marpha-Ghasa-Tatopani-Ghorepani-Hille-Nayapul-Pokhara

    This epic 22-Day Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you for the most geographically and culturally diverse region in Annapurna. You will experience a variety of diverse cultures, tribes and castes.

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  • 5 Days Kathmandu to Nagarkot Trek Tour

    5 Days Kathmandu to Nagarkot Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu -Nagarkot– Pokhara – Kathmandu

    The 5-day tour works perfect for those with limited holiday or beginners of trekking. The light day trek will reward you with stunning view of Himalayas around Nagarkot.

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  • 11 Days Langtang Valley Trek Tour

    11 Days Langtang Valley Trek Tour

    Route: Kathmandu - Syabru Besi - Lama Hotel- Ghoretabela - Langtang - Kyanjin Gompa - Ghoretabela - Syabru Besi- Kathmandu

    This 11-day Langtang Valley trek will take you to explore the beautiful Langtang Valley in Nepal with a moderate challenging hiking experience.

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  • 17 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek

    17 Days Manaslu Circuit Trek

    Route: Kathmandu - Soti Khola - Machha Khola - Jagat - Deng - Namrung - Lho Gaun - Samagaun - Samdo - Dharamsala - Bhimphedi - Tilje - Chamje - Kathmandu

    This 17-day trek takes you through some of the region’s most stunning valley, and into villages that rarely ever see strangers, being so isolated that getting there can only be done on foot in Nepal.

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  • 17 Days Upper Mustang Trek

    17 Days Upper Mustang Trek

    Route: Kathmandu - Pokhara - Jomsom - Kagbeni - Chele - Syanbochen - Ghami - Tsarang - Manthang - Drakmar - Ghiling - Chhuksang - Jomsom - Pokhara - Kathmandu

    This 17-day trek will bring you to some of Nepal’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Durbar Royal Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath, etc. Besides, you can enjoy the undulating peaks of Himalayas and trace the civilization of the lost Buddhist Kingdom of Mustang.

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  • Specialize in trekking and other group & private tours in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and Mainland China
  • Awarding-winning EBC tour operator by Tripadvisor
  • Well-established tourist-centered service throughout your journey
  • Seasoned and dedicated Nepali guides speaking multiple languages
  • 24/7 call service with emergency back-up team and travel safety guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions about Nepal Trek

1. Which is the best season for trekking in Nepal?

Answer: Overall, for the best Himalayan view and ideal trekking weather and road condition, do time your trek in Spring (March to May) and Autumn (Mid-Sept to Nov.) Starting from Mid-Sept, Nepal will enter its dry season, which marks the beginning of the prime season for trekking in Nepal. The air will be crisp and clear with high visibility for enjoying the majestic vista of Himalayas, esp. Mt. Everest and Annapurna, etc. Meanwhile, as it’s the high season of trekking in Nepal, you do expect to see a rise of cost for accommodation, dining and transport, and more crowded mountain trails along some of the famous trekking routes.

If you travel on a budget and prefer fewer crowds, trekking in Dec and March to May can be a great choice. However, you do need to endure bitterly-cold wind in Dec. While trekking from March to May allows you to enjoy amazing rhododendron and richer bio-diversity in Annapurna circuit trek, etc.

From June to early Sept, the humid and annoying monsoon season starts to dominate the overall scene of Nepal. Trekking can be dangerous, given the sporadic landside, overshadowed mountain view and leech-infested mountain trails.

2. What are some of the best trekking regions in Nepal?

Answer: Over 90% of the trekkers come to Nepal under the spell to enjoy the jaw-dropping Himalayan View. And the best of the best Himalayan vista lies in Everest Region and Annapurna Region, where you are open to multiple trails to reach Everest Base Camp (5364m) or have a 360 degree view of incredible Mt. Annapurna (above 8000m) and explore enchanting Nepali villages and tribes rarely-touched by the outside world.

In addition, Mustang Region, especially, upper Mustang region close to Tibet, offers an adventurous escape to explore the profound bond between Tibetan Buddhism and Nepal and barren and undulating Himalayan ranges. While Manaslu Region is deemed as a superb off-the-beaten trek for a spectacular view of Mt. Manaslu and glaciers and remote Nepali villages, etc.

While Langtang Region, pretty close to Kathmandu Valley, features scenic trek to pristine forest, Mighty Himalayan peaks and more interestingly, a close exploration to Tamang culture.

Apart from these major popular trekking regions in Nepal, dozens of short treks around Kathmandu and Pokhara will meet the demand of trekkers of all ages and pockets.

3. Travel documented needed for trekking in Nepal

Answer: In addition to Nepal Visa for entering Nepal, you need to obtain TIMS Card (Trekking Information Management System) at Tourist Service Center in Kathmandu, around 20USD/person and pay for the entry fee for National park in the region you are about to trek. And additional trekking permits will be also needed in treks in Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo and Tsum Valley, and Manaslu, etc. (Major trekking regions in Everest, Annapurna and Langtang are not affected.)

Latest Notice about Nepal Trekking Fee 

Based on the new provision, international tourists trekking to Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpa have to pay $500 for the first 10 days. If you plan to extend their journey beyond 10 days, you will be charged $50 per day. While other trekking fees in Nepal remain unchanged.

4. Do I need a guide or porter to trek EBC?

Answer: Theoretically, as the most heavily trekked route in Nepal, as long as you have a thorough preparation and a sound fitness level and stick to the main trekking route, you are good to go yourself.

However, in reality the situation can be more complicated. Even if you are well-prepared, your knowledge to the weather in Everest region and ability to finding teahouse lodge and nice food and best viewpoint for the Himalayas, etc., are much inferior to the seasoned Nepali guide. So, it’s highly recommended for you to find a licensed Nepali guide to enjoy the EBC Trek and other treks in Nepal. If you can secure the booking of teahouse lodge along the trekking route you choose and decide to travel light, a porter would be unnecessary.

5. Do I have to be worried about the altitude sickness?

Answer: In fact, the fear of altitude sickness due to the ignorance and hearsay is far worse than the real altitude issue. Admittedly, the physical response to altitude ascent varies from people to people. So long as you reach the elevation of above 3000m, you will naturally experience the fast pulse, dizziness, and headache, etc. However, there is a huge difference between natural response and acute mountain sickness. And the key to avoid AMS is the gradual ascent and to walk high and sleep low. Trekking on the plateau is never a marathon. Do stay in the designated places one more day for better acclimatization before hiking up. Simply by following the guidance of your guide and day-to-day trek arrangement will shield you from acute altitude sickness and other unwanted troubles. You may also prepare some medicines for easing the side effect of altitude sickness after consulting your doctor or pharmacist.

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