Nepal is a mountainous country located between the arid Tibetan plateau and the hot fertile plains of India. The Nepal section of the Himalaya has eight of the world’s highest mountains including Mount Everest. Nepal is culturally diverse with a variety of ethnic groups and for many trekkers it is the warmth, hospitality and sense of humour of the Nepalese people that draw them back for repeat visits to this wonderful country.

Nepal is a landlocked country 800km long and 200km wide with its northern border along Tibet and southern border with India. The Himalaya mountain range dominates Nepal and contains eight of the world’s highest mountains: Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Makalu, Annapurna, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and of course Mount Everest. In this country altitude varies from 150m above sea level in the Terai on the border with India up to the summit of Everest at 8,848m. This range of altitude creates a unique environment with an incredible diversity of landscape, plants, birds, animals and people.

The Nepal Himalaya is the meeting point of Buddhist and Hindu religions. In Nepal over ninety per cent of the population is Hindu located in the south of the country and in the main cities however in the mountainous northern areas Buddhism is predominant. Many of the classic treks in Nepal take you on a journey between these religions where at higher altitudes you enter Buddhist Sherpa country with colourful prayer flags, mani walls and monasteries.

Trekking in nepal himalaya

Nepal has the best mountain walks in the world that would be suitable for any age group or experience

Mountaineering in nepal himalaya

If you want to climb a Himalayan summit or cross a technical high pass there is a wide range of options in Nepal


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Cultural Tours in nepal

Our program of cultural tours of Nepal offers you a way to explore this fascinating country while staying in a hotel every night of itinerary


Teahouse Lodge

Teahouse Lodges are located in the more popular trekking regions of Nepal such as Everest, Manaslu, Annapurna, Makalu and Langtang. The lodges will provide your meals in a communal dining room and you sleep in a private room with a common or shared bathroom.

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Teahouse Plus+

We developed our own unique Teahouse Lodge Plus+ style as a halfway standard between Teahouse Lodge and Luxury Lodge treks. For this trip style we include rooms at Teahouse Lodges with an attached bathroom where available. We also include a hot shower and a hot water bottle for use at nights.

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Luxury Lodge

Luxury Lodges have been built in the Everest and Annapurna regions that provide a more comfortable alternative to the standard Teahouse Lodges previously available. These newer lodges provide the highest level of service with landscaped gardens, good food and attached bedrooms with hot showers and western toilets.

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Camping style is a fully supported trek where our cooks will cater for all of your meals. We provide group equipment including personal tents, mess tent, kitchen tent and toilet tent(s). The key advantage of a camping trek is that you can access remote areas away from the busier trails with a lodge network.

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There is a wide range of hotels in Nepal from budget guesthouses to higher end hotels and resorts. Over the years of operating in Nepal we have stayed at or personally inspected a large number of hotels so we can provide suggestions and advice based on first hand experience. 

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