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12 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Witness the truest and most breathtaking faces of nature while trekking through an amazing and mesmeric track that leads to the epitome of exhilaration with Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Nepal ABC Trek welcomes you to fall in love with the snow-laden peaks of Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Annapurna II (7937), Annapurna III (7555m), Annapurna IV (7552m) and Hiunchuli (6441m) which are the key attractions of this trek. The journey commences from Nayapul which can be reached in about 2 hours from Pokhara. From Nayapul reach Tikhedhunga and travel to Ghorepani the next day. Reach Tadapani the following day after a quick trip to Poon Hill to enjoy the dazzling vistas of the Himalayan peaks at sunrise. Travel to Chhomrung to Dovan to Deurali and advance to the Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The massive Himalayan peaks on all sides will definitely be a sight to behold. Trek to Annapurna Base Camp the day after and travel back to Chhomrung via Dovan. From Chhomrung trek to Ghandruk and then finally, back to Pokhara which will mark the end of a fascinating journey in the ever so alluring, Himalayas. Highlights of the Annapurna trekking tour: Enjoy fascinating views of some of the world’s highest peaks – Dhaualagiri (seventh) and Annapurna I (tenth highest) and glaciers. Give a visit to small villages along the trail to get acquainted with the local village culture of Nepal. Soak the warmth of the Sun from Poon Hill while having a glimpse of the scintillating scarlet falling down and reflecting from the snow-laden mountains. Relish the heart-winning view of the Himalayan flora with Annapurna trekking.  What makes the trekking journey an amazing one are the teahouses and smaller lodges present on the path giving a stunning view of the Himalayan valleys. Overnight stay after trekking to Annapurna base camp. Traditional culinary experience of Nepal with Dahl Bhat and of course, homemade apple pie. Read More

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30 Days

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16 Days of Manaslu Delight Trekking

A Nepal classic among treks, though off the beaten tracks of the most congested treks in this country, the Manaslu Delight trek thrives on an epic mountain scenery, cozy teahouse accommodation, the typical thrill feast of crossing Nepal’s treacherous suspension bridges, and everything climaxing upon reaching the 17,000 ft high mountain pass overlooking the vast and the splendid! It is circumambulating the world’s eighth highest peak we are talking about, the magnificent Mount Manaslu, via Larkya La pass, perched above the clouds like the abode of the warden of the sky, and the thrill quotient in this one is just never-ending and exponentially rising on this 15-day tour. The 177 kilometers trek route round Manaslu skirts the massif over the pass and descends down to Annapurna, the long ridges and the valley glaciers of the mountain offering feasible and deliciously challenging sections to cross on the trekking spree. The trail is known to follow an ancient salt-trading route right along the Burhi Gandak River, to which the Nepalese Government permitted to access only by 1991. The Manaslu Delight trek brings to vision at least 10 magnificent recognizable peaks en route, unveiling a brilliant panorama of soul-enriching mountain vistas. When you have accomplished the hard-earned summit of Larkya La, look out to spot the Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru, and Annapurna II tucked away in the blue eternity. Descending from Lakya, the trail will take you to Manaslu Base Camp, now meeting the outbound flank of the Annapurna Circuit Trek route. Highlights of Manaslu Delight   Circumambulating the eighth highest mountain in the world, coursing through the beautiful Mansiri Himal range of the Himalayas. A sufficiently challenging trek, accomplishing the maximum elevation of 16,752 ft at Larkya La Pass within 15-days. Homely accommodation in easily available teahouses all along the route in Nepal’s remote mountain hinterlands, saving the trouble of bringing tents and food on part of the trekkers. There will be no issue with regards to reaching the trailhead as domestic flights to the regional airstrips are not required. One can reach Soti Khola, from where the trek flags off, by roadways from Kathmandu. Staying at local-run teahouses is great fun and gives an exposure to indigenous life, local cuisine, and the inside story on the simplicity and hardships of the mountain people. A greatly diverse topography, the scenery changing from subtropical jungles at the lower reaches, to the thick jungles in the Himalayan foothills, the acutely challenging hike up to Larkya La veering above 17,000 feet taking one into deep snow. Following the trail of the Buri Gandaki, a windingly long river gorge dotted with numerous suspension bridge crossings. The sheer joy of getting to enjoy a high mountain trail in Nepal that equals the Annapurna Circuit in terms of epic mountain vistas, comfortable teahouse accommodation, and a diversified natural setting, minus the overwhelming traffic. The Manaslu circuit is still a lesser-known gem in the deep reaches of Nepal. The bonus of getting to visit the mountain capital of Kathmandu on day 1 and 2 of this trek, checking off Kathmandu’s spectacular cultural highlights. Plenty of little pleasures on the Manaslu Delight trek, from visiting the hot spring at Tatopani, climbing on top of the wild rapids of Budhi Gandaki river, stopping over at the exquisite Gurung village of Labubesi, looking towards the snow capped Shringi Himal from the Manaslu region ethnic village of Prok, and a well-timed relaxing rest cum acclimatization day at the ethnic Sherpa hamlet of Samgaon, among a handful of some more delights. Read More

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16 Days

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14 Days of Upper Mustang Trekking

Ushering trekkers into the closed away old Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, and its illustrious headquarter of Lo Manthang, the Upper Mustang Trekking tour establishes for travelers an integral connection with Tibetan culture, language, and geography. Tucked away from the modern world, Mustang exhibits a keen preservation of Tibetan culture and the rugged nature of the trans-Himalayas at its most pristine. Falling directly in the rain shadow zone of the Dhaulagiri mountain massif, the trekking routes crossing through Upper Mustang are replete with rocky inlays, stark colors, interesting topographical formations, and a barren landscape dotted with little settlements showing ancient Tibetan-Buddhist-style architecture contrasted against soft green barley fields, and festoons of colorful prayer flags flying in the air. BookMountainTours gives you the opportunity to choose among some of the best trek organizers in Nepal who conduct treks to this region and get up close and personal with the landscape, nature, culture and traditions of Upper Mustang. The Upper Mustang Trek route traces the old salt caravan trail by which the people of the kingdom of Mustang used to trade Tibetan salt in exchange for grains from the lowlands. The path by the cliffs winds upwards to the high pass of Lo La at 3950m, overlooking the antiquated capital of Lo Manthang with its 6m tall wall standing against the stark desert landscape. Inside its walls, the city is a network of narrow mountainous alleyways, hidden chortens, long extended stone walls inlaid with sacred prayer wheels, and herds of animals brought home in the crimson twilight from the green slopes and valleys in the distance. Highlights of the Upper Mustang Trekking Tour: This lesser-known, moderate trek takes one through some of the spectacular regions of Nepal and offers a chance to have a peek into the fascinating traditions and cultures of Tibet. Here are some of the highlights of this trek: A glimpse into the ancient Tibetan empire of the Buddhist kingdom of Mustang and exploring a geographically isolated remote land where time has stood still. Unspoiled nature in the trans-Himalayas, the rugged treeless slopes reflecting the sun in myriad contrasting colors, the peculiar mountain desert climate in the rain shadow zone of the Dhaulagiri massif, and the picture-perfect barren landscape dotted with village settlements. Exploring parts of the old salt caravan route passing through Mustang where history lives on in the legacy of the road. The royal palace of Manthang, the monastery of Thugchen Gompa built in the 15th century and the old town of Manthang, the monastery and the old cave high upon the rocks in Chhoser. Experiencing the journey through the deep gorge of the Kali Gandaki River which is running between the Dhaulagiri and the Nilgiri mountains. A visit to Lo Gekar monastery, one of the oldest Tibetan monasteries in the world, in Dhakmar. Spring trekking in these mountains when the vibrant masked festival of Tiji is celebrated all over Upper Mustang. Read More

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20 Days of Dolpo Excursion

In the fabled land of Peter Matthiessen’s ‘Snow Leopard’, behind the Dhaulagiri massif and towards the deep ends of the Tibetan plateau, lies Dolpo. The Shey-Phoksundo National Park of Dolpo is the largest of the trans-Himalayan national parks in India and Nepal. The region is cut off from the rest of Nepal with its high passes clogged with heavy snow most times of the year. Lack of express connectivity has somewhat fossilized this place with its distinctive people and cultures. Cultivation and trade in these parts of Nepal are curious and remindful of an ancient order. The people of Dolpo are of the ancient Tibetan stock who follow an extremely spiritual path in their day to day lives. Bon - the religion of the indigenous Dolpo people is an accepted branch among the fifty schools of Tibetan Buddhism.   The Dolpo excursion sufficiently offers an exposure to the many aspects of indigenous life in these faraway corners of the earth, living and traveling with the ‘Dolpa-pas’ or the people of Dolpo. The region is geologically akin to the sedimentary Tibetan-Tethys zone, with a distinctive moonland-like texture. Dolpo is climatically semi-arid, owing to reported annual precipitation below 500 millimeters. In the rainshadow area of the mighty Dhaulagiri Mountains, agriculture is sparse, though possible in the valleys of Dolpo. In the recent times, Dolpo has been discovered to be the endemic plantation land for ‘Yarsagumba’- a medicinal herb known for miraculous healing effects. This high-value medicinal plant is inviting a gold rush in Dolpo during its harvesting season vacating several villages as entire village communities go in its search.   However, the best-known endemic treasure of Dolpo is of course the very elusive and extremely enigmatic of all Himalayan beasts, the Snow Leopard. Established in 1984, the national park of Shey-Phoksundo is home to these stunning Himalayan big cats and the venue of a number of snow-leopard hikes being conducted round the year. Highlights of Dolpo Excursion   Tracing the footprints of the elusive snow leopard up the jagged mountain cliffs in Dolpo. The beautiful monasteries of Shey and Shyamling standing against the vast moonland-like barren mountains at the horizon. Nature at its most unusual, untouched, and pristine form in these unexplored corners of the earth where tourism is still catching up. Varieties of rare flora and fauna are found in the wilderness of Dolpo, snow leopard, the blue sheep or bharal, rare herbs of miraculous healing potential, and many other exotics. Eco-traveling and living amidst the mountain people o Dolpo and experiencing the unique life of the indigenous community. Read More

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15 Days of Gokyo Everest Trekking

The journey to Everest Base Camp shines bright on the bucket list of every adventurer. To stand amidst the rugged mountain landscape, looking up towards the glorious summit of the planet is an emotion in itself. However, over the years as more and more tourists are taking interest in treading the EBC route, the seasons-long high traffic and mainstream-ness of the trek has somewhat marred its charm, On the other hand, we have the Gokyo Ri trail leading up to the feet of Everest, a comparatively virgin route, passing by five marvelous alpine lakes!   High and mighty Himalayan leviathans surround the summit of Gokyo, including the eight-thousander peak of Cho Oyu beckoning from right across. Looking down, we see the Ngozumpa glacier glistening below and catching the sun-- two mesmerizing visuals that would have gone regrettably missing had you not been trekking to EBC by the Gokyo circuit!   The prized Gokyo circuit takes us by some more of the most wonderful landmarks in Nepal’s Khumbu region like the bustling settlement of Namche Bazaar- the cultural headquarter of the legendary sherpa ethnic group of Nepal, and through the annals of the beautiful Sagarmatha National Park. Instead of the more common EBC route where trekkers cross by just one celebrated viewpoint overlooking the Everest, that being Kala Patthar, the Gokyo route skirts pass the Gokyo Ri high pass too. Fabled are the magnificent views of the Khumbu icefall from this vantage point, along with wide-angle panoramic views of Mt Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, Amadablam, and Pumori. The fascinating Tengboche Monastery- the largest monastery in Nepal’s Khumbu is visible from different vantage points on this trek, composing the most spectacular of Himalayan photographic frames! Highlights of the Gokyo Everest Trek A less-crowded alternative route to the Everest Base Camp with uncompromising rewards of spectacular visuals, charming Sherpa villages to pitstop at, and vantage points at awe-inspiring heights overlooking the extensive mountainside. The unforgettable flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip over the rugged mountainscape covered in snow. Flying in and out of Lukla is truly an adrenaline pumping experience! Visiting the Sherpa Cultural Museum on your acclimatization and rest day at Namche Bazaar. Making your way across the dense rhododendron forests in full blooming red in the summers at Phortse Thanga. The spellbinding sight of the Gokyo Lakes with Mt Cho Oyu forming a background in the distance. Passing by Ngozumpa glacier on the way to Thangna - one of the longest glaciers in the Himalayas. A relaxing rest day at Thangna amidst the Blue Mountains, located at the feet of Cho-La pass at the altitude of 15,580 ft. A number of landmarks of the Khumbu region-- the Gokyo Ri high pass, the Gokyo freshwater lake system, Sherpa bazaar settlements to explore local life like Namche Bazaar, and the Tengboche monastery. Enthralling peak views, with Mt. Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, Amadablam, and Pumori manifesting around the horizon. A route to EBC ideal for hikers consciously veering away from the beaten path, with a sufficiently delicious challenge level, crossing through remote Nepalese hamlets and market settlements, monasteries and celebrated viewpoints. Read More

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12 Days in the Everest Foothills

Climbers are motivated to scale unseemly heights simply because it is there. There lies a vast map of sky-kissing summits calling unto those who can hear. However, the Himalayas have a spectrum of different topographical tones. The harsh and barren snow ensconced heights being just one of the many colorful variants, while the foothills are characterized by verdant, flourishing flora and a number of endemic species of fauna in their natural habitat in the slopes. Also many a turquoise watercourses are found winding through these lowlands at the mountain feet, following which shall take you upstream to the glacial heights that are the origins of rivers. Trekking the hinterlands at the foothills is a far call from the rugged heights, nonetheless full of unique and diverse attractions. The Everest Foothills trek follows one such itinerary across the gentle ridges and hills along the foothills.   Lesser trodden, enjoyably challenging, and comfortably accommodated on the journey at local homestays, this trek is perfect for beginners in awe of Nepal. The highest altitude reached on this foothills trek is only 4000 m, a cakewalk! And the average walking duration every day is 5-6 hours on gentle gradients. One can conveniently opt for the foothills trek round the year, though the window of October to March is most highly recommended for crystal skies and absolutely clear spellbinding mountain views.   Taking us into the depths of the forested hinterlands of Khumbu Valley, this adventure also serves as a cultural exploration of the ethnic Sherpa homeland. The Sherpa community of Nepal have historically been known to assist mountaineers accomplish the greatest of heights. The hospitality and warmth of the Sherpa people are as exemplary and well-known among travelers as the true tales of the Sherpa’s superhuman tolerance to the hardships of life in the mountains. Making pit stops at typical Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar and numerous other nooks of the Khumbu Valley will give you the perfect opportunity to know this slice of life in the Himalayas.   The charm of this itinerary lies in the terraced rice fields along the sleepy village slopes, the hush and din around monasteries and colorful bazaars where villagers come from miles away to gather with their wares. Finally, the path snakes off and away over the horizons, far from civilization in the quiet forests of the unspoiled Himalayan foothills. The snowline lights up around here as formidable mountain peaks like Ama Dablam, Lhotse and Mount Everest meet the eye. Exceptional views of the highest mountain on earth in the golden hours of morning and in the dusk make the end of this long journey worth it all.   This is one trek in Nepal to keep your cameras forever on the ready to capture ethereal scenes, have your nerves relaxed, thanks to the easy nature of the challenge, and connect soul deep with the very grain of this beautiful country that is Nepal! Highlights of Everest Foothills Trek:   A foray into the magnificent Khumbu region of Nepal, home to the world’s tallest mountain. Living in close harmony with the ethnic population of the Sherpas, with elements of ecotourism in the accommodation and traveling styles. Exploring the colorful markets of the Sherpa capital - Namche Bazaar. You may stumble into the finest pieces of jewelry, handicrafts, and sundries with the signature of Nepal in these markets. Exploring the sacred Himalayan landscape - the pristine banks of the Dudh-Kosi River and the surrounding forests, and the many monasteries and temples dotting the mountainside. Accustoming to the Nepal Himalayas and opening up to further aspirations of exploring higher altitudes. Winsome photographing opportunities to masterfully capture the high peaks of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Everest. Carry your high-res photographic gadgets and tripods by all means! Read More

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15 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

On the wishlist of every mountain-lover’s pilgrimage, there is the EBC trek. The purpose of reaching the glorious feet of world’s tallest mountain is as spiritually elevated as it is thrilling. The beatific mountain country of Nepal receives hundreds of footfall every year owing to the transcendent calling of the Everest. However, the EBC trek happens to be only moderately challenging in terms of technicalities of average Himalayan trekking. Basically a long hike at altitude, the trek doesn’t demand intense training and neither does it require advanced gears usage compulsorily. The only off-putting aspect of the EBC trek is perhaps the 15-days long duration. Otherwise, the EBC excursion is deemed achievable by anyone with basic fitness!   Leading on through Nepal’s fiercely beautiful Kumbhu Valley, the itinerary allows one to take in the profuse grandeur of the Sagarmatha National Park. Four to six of the tallest mountain peaks make themselves seen along these corridors of earth’s extreme. Mt Everest stands breathtakingly at 8848 m, Mt Lhotse at 8,516 m, Mt Makalu at 8,470 m, and Cho Oyu at 8,201 m. Across the Nepal-Indo-China border, many other glorious peaks pop on and off view as we walk. The most magnificent angle on Mt Everest is found from atop Kala Patthar to an altitude of 5,500 m. Flanking the Everest, you can find the peaks Nuptse and Changtse, spectacularly standing, with outlines of Lhotse close by, as looking on from the summit of Kala Patthar.   The humbling feeling of touching the feet of the Everest aside, trekkers have in store an awesome flight from Kathmandu to Lukla over slews of jagged snow peaks, acclimatization and rest days spent at quaint Nepalese mountain villages, a look inside the interesting life of the ethnic Sherpa community of Nepal, and scouring the alpine wilderness of the surrounding Sagarmatha National Park.   Highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek   Scouting the inner lair of the spectacular Sagarmatha National Park. A peek into the lives of indigenous peoples, most prominently the Sherpas whose sustainable livelihoods depend upon the resources of the Sacred Himalayan Landscape. An opportunity to live in close commune with the people of the mountains and understanding the spiritual beliefs and conservation ethics of the local communities regarding restoration of essential habitats and protection of endangered species such as the snow leopard. Undergoing an intensive test of strength and stamina on this 15-day long journey, hiking the arduous hike to Kala Patthar at 18,192 ft., Everest Base Camp at 17,590 ft, and the optional expedition to Nangkartshang Peak at 16,627 ft. Treading on the trail of ancient monasteries including Thami and Tengboche monasteries. Finding a rest day at Kathmandu to explore the vestiges of two of the world’s greatest spiritual cultures meeting here, of Hinduism and Buddhism. Retracing the footsteps of legendary mountain climbing heroes, with a visit to the school established by Edmund Hillary in the remote mountain nook of Khumjung. Some of the most atypical yet no less astonishing photo-ops set in the bosom of the Himalayas-- of trails lined with Mani stones engraved with Tibetan Buddhist prayers, the unique architecture of Sherpa homes, remote monasteries set against the backdrop of rugged mountain pinnacles decked with snow, Everest as seen from atop Kala Patthar in the golden hour, The awe-inspiring flight over the snowline on the way from Kathmandu to Lukla. Read More

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Trekking In Kathmandu

Heaven is a myth but Nepal is real! And Kathmandu, the Nepalese capital city is all the more strikingly real, a bustling metropolis thriving in the heart of the Himalayas. A heaven for adventure enthusiasts, trekkers and backpacking travelers, the city standing at approximately 1,400 meters above sea level is also of immense historical significance. The city is also the most widely used transit point for trekkers and travelers in the resplendent Kathmandu Valley. The country’s only international airport in Kathmandu sees millions of footfalls every year due to the flourishing opportunities of trekking in the gorgeous Himalayan expanses of the country. Commercial trekking tours are on the rise in Nepal right now and Kathmandu works as a launchpad for a lot of amazing treks and mountaineering expeditions in the Nepal Himalayas. Whether you are looking for short treks near Kathmandu for a quick sojourn in this amazing country or longer, more challenging adventures in the higher reaches of the Himalayas, you won’t be amiss to look around in the city. Besides the diverse natural attractions of the Himalayas in and around Kathmandu, the city is known for its Newar cultural heritage, a rich history of royalty and many important religious and spiritual sites of the Hindus and the Buddhists.  

Why Should You Go For Trekking In Kathmandu?

Kathmandu valley trekking is popular among the lovers of the Himalayas with a number of short and long itineraries within its ambit of different difficulty levels. Offering visitors an opportunity to observe rich Nepalese culture from close quarters, enjoying quaint trails moving inside dense forests, fording gushing mountain streams and lying many quiet nights  under starlit skies, treks near Kathmandu are like medicines for a harried soul.

Immense natural beauty, untouched pristine mountain lands, enriching contact with indigenous peoples’ cultures of the Nepal and the warm hospitality and sense of safety enjoyed by the visitors to this country are some of the main reasons trekking around Kathmandu are so popularly chosen.

Which Are The Best Treks In Kathmandu?

Here are five treks accessible from the Nepal capital that will fill up your heart with joy and are available with any proper trekking agency in Kathmandu:

Poon Hill Trek - The experience of sunrise and sunsets from Poon Hill is known to be a poetic experience. Brilliant views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges open up before the onlooker as this trek progresses. Identifying the massive ice-clad giants - Annapurna II, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machhapuchhare on the Poon Hill trek is a treat for mountain lovers. The hot springs of Tadapani and living in small Herpa village are among the other attraction of this 4-5 days long short trek from Kathmandu.

Langtang Trek - Another good trek that commences from Kathmandu and concludes over less than a week, Langtang takes you up to the canyons of Langtang Khola. A sweeping view of Langtang Himal and surround glaciers and icefalls majorly compose the visual on this Kathmandu trekking tour. Ascent to Kyanjin Ri at 4773 m is a highlight of this trip t look forward to.

Annapurna Base Camp - Considerably longer than other short treks from Kathmandu, the ABC trek is still the most popular. A mesmerizing view of an eight-thousander peak, peeks into the lives of ethnic Nepalese life, close-up acquaintance with Machhapuchhare peak- the Matterhorn of Asia, and a nice canyon hike along Modi Khola makes ABC tempting to those interested in day treks from Kathmandu.

Everest View Tek - Finding the time to complete the whole Everest Base Camp trek can be demanding in which case this 5-day long trek near Kathmandu comes handy. Views of the Everest and Ama Dablam are the highlights of this journey which kicks off from Lukla after an exhilarating flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip, flying over glittering mountains Nepal Himalayas. The trail crosses through Phakding and along the canyon river banks of Dudh Koshi. Interesting suspension bridge crossings, steep climbing to Namche Bazaar and a hike up to the Everest view hotel make this trek interesting.

Gokyo Ri - The Gokyo Ri itinerary boasts of increasingly brilliant views of the Everest, Lhotse and other high peaks visible from the Khumbu region of Nepal. Additionally, this prominent trek near Kathmandu has stops near multiple glacial lakes and an interesting accommodation at Gokyo village.

When to Visit?

The above listed treks are open for access around the year though spring and autumn are especially, the favorite seasons for mountain lovers. Expect rhododendron, magnolia and orchid blooms in the lower reaches of the treks if you are coming in spring, making the short treks near Kathmandu all the more picturesque. Early winters from mid-September to November are also a tantalizing time to visit the Nepal Himalayas as clear skies are more constant. Monsoons are not a season entirely dissuading for trekkers as rain has it special charm in the mountains but suitable preparation is well-advised for there are many risks, that of leeches in the jungles, landslides and general discomfort. Winters similarly a time when mainstay trekkers lay off the Nepal Himalayas fear the extremities of cold, however, it’s a good time to experience the mountains free of crowd.

What Are The Essential Items To Pack For Trekking In Nepal?

  • Large or medium size backpack, and a duffle side bag for extras

  • Water bottle

  • Sun hat

  • Warm cap

  • Base layers

  • Fleece jacket

  • Outer jacket

  • Rain jacket (essential for the monsoon months)

  • Sturdy trekking shoes and a pair of floaters

  • Flashlight

  • Trekking pants, several pairs

  • UV-protection glasses

  • Thermal socks

  • Sunscreen

How to Reach?

Kathmandu is connected internationally with man major airports of the world. You can also access the country through several transit points of the neighboring India by roadway.