Nepal is considered as a “trekker’s paradise” because of her many world-famous trekking destinations such as the Everest Region (Khumbu Region), Langtang Region, Annapurna Region, Upper Dolpo and the Wild West Region. The Kanchenjunga Region in the northeast and the Upper Dolpo Region in the north-west of the country have also become popular among trekkers in recent years.
Most of the trekking trails pass through altitude between 1,000 and 4,000 metres above the sea level. Trekkers can go on trekking to any area in the country almost throughout the year.
However, they may find the spring and the autumn to be more suitable for their journey to the base camps of highest mountains like Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), Manaslu Base Camp others. In winter, mild trekking and hiking are possible in the lover-altitide areas.
During summer, one can trek to the Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo regions. While visiting these regions, trekkers can gain experiences like in Tibet due to topographical and cultural resemblance. We design trekking itineraries as per the interests of our valued clients.