Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal Will take you between 1,000m to 4,000m

Peak Climbing

peak climbing in Nepal Nepal is exceptionally popular with mountaineers for good reason.

Nepal Expedition

Nepal Expedition With eight of the highest peaks in the world.

Types of Trekking

Types of trekking in Nepal
There are a range of options when trekking, from camping, right through to luxury accommodation. Read below to learn more about the different kinds of treks, and to discover which one will be most suitable for you.

Tea house or lodge trekking
This is a relatively cheap way of experiencing Nepal’s mountainous regions, where meals and accommodation are provided at regular intervals along the route. This is probably the most popular method of trekking, as it provides basic accommodation and nutritious food, without having to brave a night’s camping while simultaneously not blowing your trip’s budget. On such treks, you’ll stay in family run lodges, in which trekkers congregate in the evenings over a beer or a cup of hot Nepali chiyya, swap stories and plan new adventures. Standards vary along different routes, but your guide will be able to advise you about the best places to stay.

Camping treks
For those of you looking for a more rough-cut experience, camping is the way to go. You will trek as normal during the day, before arriving at a pre-determined campsite, where our staff will have walked ahead to in order to set up camp. Here, you’ll sleep in modern tents and eat alongside your guide, with simple food prepared by the cooks.

Don’t worry – all the required equipment will be carried by the porters, who will prepare your meals, set up and deconstruct the campsite each evening and morning. All fees are included in our prices, and we take great care to ensure our impact on the local environment will be minimal. All garbage will be carried by the porters and disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way.