Nepal is home to some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world, and trekking is a fantastic way of getting closer to these wonderful views.
Trekking gives you a fascinating insight into a way of life far removed from roads, electricity and many trappings of modern life; a place where religion - generally Buddhist, Hindu and the animist Bon faith - is the central focus.
We can organise a variety of treks. Most of which are less strenuous and more luxurious than the word 'trek' typically conjures up. You can choose from day-walks to two week hikes, with a wide range of accommodation from high-quality tents off-the-beaten-track to comfortable lodges in more accessible areas.
All the arrangements, no matter what type of trek you choose, are private. This means that you can walk at your own pace, ask questions of your expert local guide, stop to take pictures, or simply take a little rest.
Nepal trekking holiday ideas
Where to go trekking in Nepal
The sleepy lakeside town of Pokhara is encircled by the spectacular mountain scenery of the Annapurna Range (including Machhapuchare - Fishtail Mountain) and enjoys a lazy and relaxed atmosphere. It is the main starting point for day walks or longer forays amongst the mountains.
Namche Bazaar is one of the main stops on the trail up to Everest Base Camp, and is a great place to spend a day or two. If you climb up to the viewpoint above the village, you will get your first view of Everest. You really feel as if you are deep in the mountains here.