Away from the busy trail of the Annapurna Base Camp is the valley of Nar and Phu. Recently opened to independent trekkers, the valley has opened its doors to welcome and showcase its captivating beauty to the outside world. This is the perfect time to visit the untouched Buddhism inspired trekking area of Nar Phu. Our team at Desire Adventures has come up with an 18 days tour package to explore this secluded settlement hiding away from today’s modern society. Away from the hustle and bustle of the commercialized Annapurna Base Camp Trek lies Nar Phu.

We will start the package from Kathmandu. The city is famous for its temples, stupas and monuments. Thus, we will explore these historical sites and gain more perspective on the rich ancient Newar culture. We will start the trek by driving in to Besisahar towards the north west of Nepal. From here, we will officially start hiking up every day until we reach the valley of Nar and Phu. The highest point we reach will be Kang La Pass, covering an altitude of 5,322m. Please refer to our “Useful Information” regarding Altitude Sickness, Gear List and other personal safety advices.

If you wish to customize your trip, we are here for you. Let us know your time and schedule and we will work out the best itinerary for you. Any additional information during the trek will be referred to your team leader who will be there with you guiding throughout the trek. However, if you are planning to visit other remote areas of Nepal, please refer to “Remote Areas”.

What's included

  • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
  • 3 Nights twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu at tourist standard hotel with breakfast
  • One full day guided city tour by private vehicle
  • Welcome dinner and farewell dinner at one of the best Nepalese restaurant with traditional ethnic music and dance
  • Accommodation during trek (lodge/tea house)
  • Annapurna trekking permits and Tims permits
  • Nar Phu special permit
  • Bus transportation to Besisahar and return to Kathmandu by local bus
  • Breakfast in the city and full meals during the trek
  • Safe drinking water
  • Fresh fruits after every dinner while on a trek
  • Gov. licensed and well trained English speaking guide and his entire expenses
  • A porter (One porter for each 2 members) and his entire expenses
  • Insurance of Guide and Porter
  • All required local tax and Gov tax
  • Down jackets and sleeping bags
What's Excluded
  • Nepal arrival visa
  • Meals in the city except breakfast and above mentioned special dinner
  • Monument entrance fees
  • Your personal nature expenses eg. Mineral water, Beer, Coke and entire beverage etc
  • Travel insurance that covers trip cancelation and Helicopter evacuation
  • Tips and any other extending trips and extra accommodation.

Welcome to Kathmandu. Our team representative will pick you up at the airport and drop you at your respective hotel. After checking in and freshening up, we will visit your correspondent in our head office where we can discuss further on the trek. You will also meet your trekking guide who will be there with you throughout the trek. Thus, it is advisable to share and/ or inform him if there is any problem. In the evening, we will host dinner for you at an authentic Nepali Restaurant. You will also get a gist of the culture, authenticity and cuisine. Along with dinner, there will also be a cultural performance. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Meals include: Breakfast, Dinner

Highlights: Landing in Kathmandu; the capital city of Nepal, meeting your company correspondent and team leader, Introduction to Nepali culture via cuisine and entertainment.

On the 2nd day, we will tour the city of Kathmandu. Popularly known as the city of temples, Kathmandu has a lot to offer in terms of culture and heritage. Thus, we will visit some celebrated monuments and Stupas listed under the UNESCO World Heritage sites. We will visit Swayambhunath (popularly known as the monkey temple), Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Pashupatinath Temple. The  brilliant architecture is inspired by various cultures originated in Nepal. After a long day of exploring the city, we will return back to the hotel and prepare for our ride to Besisahar tomorrow. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: World Heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square (a historical structure offering architectural wonders), the Pashupatinath temple (a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva- lord possessing the power of destruction), Swayambhunath and Boudhanath (a Buddhist shrine dedicated to Lord Buddha- Light of Asia.

Optional Site (on request): Patan Durbar Square

On the 3rd day, we will drive to Besisahar from Kathmandu. Besisahar is located on the north west of Kathmandu on the way to Pokhara. From Kathmandu, we will catch the bus early in the morning and ride along the Prithvi Highway. Along the way we will come across various little settlements, rivers, gorges, streams, valleys and hills. Riding along the Trishuli River, we will reach Dumre from where the bus will head towards Besisahar along the Marsyangdi River. After about 7-8 hours we will finally reach Besisahar from where we will officially start our trek tomorrow. Thus, we get a good night’s sleep at Dumre.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Highway ride along Trishuli and Marsyangdi River through rivers, jungles and hamlets, passing through the rural settlements of Nepal.

Bahundanda lies in the Lamjung district further north from Besisahar. Bahundanda is the destination for today. After breakfast, we will walk up to the north until we reach Bulbule. We walk through luscious vegetation and forests. As we walk towards Bahundanda, we will encounter the first glimpses of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdi Chuli. We will be surrounded by these alluring beauty of the mountains as we walk along the Marsyangdi River. We cross Nadi Bazar and a step hike will take us to Bahundanda. Overnight at Bahundanda.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: First sighting of the mountains: Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdi Chuli, trail accompanied by sub-tropical forest, rice terraces, roaring Marsyangdi River and the little settlements of Gurung and Tamang people.

On the 5th day of the trek, we will reach Chamje from Bahundanda. We will walk along the rice and paddy field with the mountains surrounding our view. Walking along the west bank of the Marsyangdi River, we will first reach Syange. Here, we can enjoy the 111m long waterfall which is truly mesmerizing. After this part starts the comparatively difficult trail. Crossing the Marsyangdi River, we walk until we reach Jagat. A steep climb will now take us to Chame. We will also witness various other waterfalls which add to the beauty of the place. We might even witness some adventure enthusiast playing along the water while cannoning or repelling. Overnight at Chamje.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Beautiful view of waterfalls, culturally captivating Buddhist communities, rice terraces, green woodland, magnificent landscape, and the humming Marsyangdi River.

From Chamje, we will walk towards Bagarchaap. The destination will take about 6-7 hours to reach. From Chamje, we will walk along the huge marijuana field until reaching Sattale. From here, the steep stone trail ascends towards the valley of Manang leaving Lamjung behind. We enter the trail as we are welcomed to the valley with the roaring sound of the Marsyangdi River and our first Tibetan influenced village called Tar. Later, we will walk up to Kyodo, cross another bridge over the Marsyangdi River and reach Dharapani. Along the way, we can witness some landslide areas, forest of tall beautiful Fir and Pine trees until reaching Bagarchaap. Overnight at Bagarchhap.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Cultivated field of marijuana, apple orchards, forest of Pine, Rhododendron, Bamboo and Fir, introduction to Manang district and Tibetan villages with archetypal flat roofed stone houses and decorated with prayer flags and the glimpses of the lifestyle and culture of the Tibetan people.

Our destination for today is Koto. From Bagarchap, we will hike up to Danakyu. The magnificent mountains and the alluring view will take us to the village of Timag from Danakyu. From here, we walk along the pine forest and descend towards Latamro, then to Thanckok. From here, we walk uphill until finally reaching Koto. Since Chame, the headquarter of Manang is very close to Koto, most villagers get their supplies from Chame. The night will be spent at Koto.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: View of Manaslu and Annapurna II along the way, walk through the forest of Pine, Oak as well as Rhododendron, Marsyangdi River and the Bhotia villages decorated with colorful prayer flags, explore the Managey (people from Manang) culture.

On the 8th day of the trek, we will have our breakfast at the lodge, and start walking towards Meta. We will submit the permit at the police checkpoint in Koto and start with our journey. Then, we walk towards the right side of the Nar Phu River gorge. The trail passes through pine forest, stream and suspension bridges before reaching Dharmashala. As we reach Dharmashala, a waterfall greets us from where we climb towards our destination. Meta valley is located in the Tibetan Plateau and is known as the first of a few ex-Khampa settlements on this route. Overnight at Meta.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Nar Phu Khola gorge, beautiful forest of pine, streams, waterfall and the beautiful view of the mountain massif.

Our destination for the day will be Phu Gaun. We will have our breakfast and start walking towards Junam Goth. The trail will start with various uphill and downhill in the bridges over the Dho River until we reach Junam Goth. From here, the trail descends steeply to the side valley with two parallel streams. We will cross the stream and walk towards another Khampa settlement. We will walk along some steep slope. Nevertheless, the trail descends to Kyang settlement after some time. The trail from Kyang is rocky and dangerous. We continue our walk until reaching a wall, then a steep climb which takes us to the entrance gate of the Phu Valley: the hidden beauty of the area. As we walk through, the valley widens and we cross the bridge over the Phu River. The Tibetan influenced houses are clean and maintained and it feels like we entered a kingdom of its own. Overnight at Phu Gaun.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Enjoy the Pisang Peak, narrow, deep canyon, settlements like Junam, upper and Lower Chyako and Kyang, adrenalines rush during the rocky and dangerous trail, amazing landscape of the Phu valley.

Since we are at an altitude of 4250m, it’s important to acclimatize our body to the elevation. Thus, we will spend a day at Phu Gaon acclimatizing before walking to higher altitude. Today is a free day so we can do anything we want. Nevertheless, we would recommend you to hike or be active specially to get used to being in the altitude of 4250m. We can hike up to the Thashi Lakhang Monastery. The monastery is believed to be the last monastery constructed by Karmapa Rinpoche. We can also visit the Yak pasture below the glacier and the alluring landscape along with the Phu valley settlement. A deeper understanding of the culture and lifestyle can be gained from spending a day in the Phu settlements.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: explore the ancient Buddhist Monastery-Tashi Lakhang Monastery, and the view of  Himlung Himal, explore Phu Gaon (village).

On the 11th day of our trek, we walk from Phu to Nar valley. Walking down the Nar Phedi, we cross the suspension bridge over Lapche River. Coming across number of small settlements and valleys, we walk on a steeper trail and climb higher up the terrace field to reach Nar. Nar is another settlement on the trek with tidy houses influenced by Tibetan architecture and Buddhism. Thus, we see a lot of monasteries and stupas in the area. Overnight at Nar. 

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: View of Pisang Peak, small streams and suspension bridges, scenic terraces, Buddhist stupas and monasteries and introduction to Nar settlement.

We will yet spend another day acclimatizing at Nar. At 4110m, we are bound to feel the altitude hampering our body and mind. Thus, it is crucial to rest at Nar and enjoy the culture that prevails here. Today we will have our breakfast and explore the nearby areas to really study the civilization of the Nar valley. We look around the area and talk to the locals and spend the day at Nar.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: explore and enjoy the landscape around the Nar village, terrace farms, and the settlement, lifestyle, culture, tradition of the people in the Nar village and monasteries, chortens and mani walls

We will cross a pass today and reach the highest point of our trek at 5322m. From Nar we walk up towards the Kang La Pass. We walk towards the Kang La Phedi on the base of Kang La Pass. Walking for about two hours, we arrive at a huge land for yak pasture from where the trail gets a bit difficult with step ways and slippery rocks. We pass few landslide prone areas until we reach the high pass of Kang La. We can view the magnificent Annapurna range and few other Himalayan massifs. We then descend crossing the steep moraine towards the grassy path towards Ngwal. The beginning of the grassy path presents us the view of Chulus waterfall until we reach our destination. Overnight at Ngwal.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Yak herds camps, Annapurna range view along with the Kang La Pass: the highest point in the entire trek, magnificent views of Chulus (west, central, east and far east), and Chulus waterfall, steep moraine and grassy trail and the lifestyle, culture and tradition of people in Ngawal.

From this point we will descend for the next 3 days until reaching Besisahar from where we will take a bus to Kathmandu. On the 14th day we will have our breakfast and descend towards Chame. We will first come across Humde from where we ascend through a forest to reach another similar settlement of Ghyaru. The village greets us with a pleasant view of Annapurna II and IV. From here the trail steeply descends towards the Marsyangdi River and heads towards Pisang. Walking along the beautiful Himalayan backdrop, we cross the bridge across the Marsyangdi River. The trail now follows through the pine forest. We walk towards Thaleku as we pass the brilliant Apple Orchards and pasturelands. From Thaleku, we further walk until we reach Chame. Chame is the district headquarter of Manang where we will spend the night.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Splendid views of Annapurna II and IV, serene forest of pine and apple orchards, classic settlement of people in the villages like Humde, Ghyaru, Pisang, Chame and an insight on their lifestyle, culture and religion through the glimpses of their settlement, temples, monasteries, and Manes

We will walk up to Tal today. After breakfast at Chame, we continue downhill to retrace the path we used earlier. The trail follows the south bank of the river and descends to Koto. From here we slightly ascends to Timang and then a steep descent through the forest of Pine and Fir will take us to Bagarchhap and eventually to Dharapani. Leaving the stone gateway at Dharapani the trail descends to the village of Tal. Overnight at Tal.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: View of Mt. Manaslu, settlements of people in the villages of Thanchok, Bagrachhap, Dharapani, Karte and Tal, alluring monasteries decorated with prayer flags, temples, Chortens and Mane

Today is the last day of the trek since we will be taking a bus back to Kathmandu tomorrow. We will hike down a total altitude of about 1000m today. Following the trail along the Marsyangdi River and crossing various suspension bridges, we walk down all the way to Besisahar through the forest, cultivated terraces, of rice, marijuana, and other seasonal crops and the settlement of local people. The night will be spent in Besisahar.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Enjoy the surroundings of Tal, Jagat, Chamje, Syange, Bahundanda, Nadi Bazaar, Bhulbhule and Besisahar exhibiting the lifestyle of Tamang and Gurung people, view of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdihchuli.

We will reach Kathmandu on a local bus from Besisahar today. On the 8 hours long drive we pass though the beautiful rural Nepal as we come across gorges, rivers, landscapes and little settlements. The bus heads south till Dumre, and follows the Prithvi Highway until it reaches Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, we will be escorted to our hotel. In the evening, the company representatives will invite you for a farewell dinner where you can share your feedback and recommendations which is highly appreciated. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Meals include: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights: Highway bus ride along the Trisuli River, breathtaking view of a waterfall, river, jungle, hamlets higher up on the hills, terraced fields, rural settlements.

On the day of departure we will drop you off at the airport. Nevertheless, you can do some souvenir shopping if your flight is in the evening. If you are planning to extend your trip, we are more than happy to help you. Namaste and have a safe flight!

Meals included: Breakfast

On a usual day for the trek our guides will wake you up early in the morning depending upon the distance to be covered on the particular day. A western breakfast (porridge, oats, toasts, coffee) will be served at around 8:00-8:30am. The lunch will be served from a teahouse menu (mostly typical Nepali) at about 12-1pm. The lunch time can also be postponed on request. The dinner will be served at around 8:30-9:00pm. Your accommodation is arranged at a lodge or the houses of the host family where the lodges are unavailable, for overnight stay.
You can always stop the team leader to take pictures or ask questions regarding the areas while on trek. After dinner and before going to bed your team leader will brief you regarding the next day’s schedule.

*Our team representatives will be carrying a mobile phone which can be used in the case of emergencies or if you want to contact anyone.

 

Your insurance should cover:

  1. Expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries or accidents
    2. The cost of air ambulance, helicopter rescue or other treatment costs, like the cost of the medicine, hospital charges, doctor’s fee and repatriation cost.
    3. All extra activities that you are planning, during your stay in Nepal.
    4. Death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations.

    Meals and Accommodation during the Trek:
    The company makes the arrangement of all meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) plus tea/coffee, during the trek. However, in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj, only breakfast will be served. The team leaders, however, will suggest the best places for lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj, so that you can eat as per your choice and budget. Typical Nepali food, made using local ingredients will be served, during the trek. The chances of getting western food are very rare in this area. Nevertheless, the food served during the trek will be fresh and plentiful.
    Your accommodation is arranged in a tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj. During the trek, the accommodation is arranged in a very basic tea house or lodge with shared amenities. Tea houses in the higher altitudes have fewer facilities than those in the lower altitude.



    Emergency Fund and Optional Activities

USD 200 (or an amount equivalent to USD 200) can be set aside as an emergency fund. This fund is kept as security money during the trek and will be utilized in the case of any changes in the itinerary caused by unforeseen natural disaster (which is very rare though).


Health and Medication for the trek
Some days might involve a lot of uphills and high altitude and some might require a good mindset with excellent stamina. Thus, The Nar Phu Trekking trails in Nepal demand a good and stable health condition. Thus, we highly suggest you to get a physical examination at least 4-6 weeks, or longer and seek advice, medication and permission from your doctor, in advance of your trip. It is also recommended to take expert guidance from your local General Practitioner or physician having good knowledge of travel medicines. Make sure that you are screened for illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, anemia, ulcer disease, cardiovascular disease and lung related problems. Cardiovascular risk assessment should also be made, especially for anyone with a strong family history or person with over the age of 40. Get a good dental check up. Identify medicines that you are allergic to. Make sure you are immunized and vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, varicella, Hemophilus influenza type b infection, Hepatitis A and B Typhoid, rabies, yellow fever, cholera, meningococcal disease and encephalitis. In the absence of GP, we recommend you to seek advice from travel clinics.

We would highly recommend you to carry your regular personal medicines along with a First Aid kit. Additionally, we also request you to add blister kit, sunscreen, bandages, insect repellent containing DEET, topical antibiotic cream, iodine tablets and /or water filter, Diamox or Acetazolamide, Acetaminophen or Tylenol for analgesia, Ibuprofen or Advil for analgesia and as an anti-inflammatory agent, Immodium or Lomotil for diarrhea, Afrin-a nasal decongestant, Pepcid or Zantac for heartburn, an antibiotic, especially a Quinolone such as Ciprofloxacin or Leavaquin, pain medicine such as Tylenol with codeine or Hydrocodone and last but not the least, if you are prone to exercise-induced Asthma or Asthma associated with bronchitis or upper respiratory infections, we suggest you to bring Asthma inhaler.

Nevertheless, we request you inform us regarding your present health condition, medical situation, preceding illnesses and the regular medications you are taking. We also expect you to be honest regarding these issues, so that we can get prepared for emergencies.

 

Medical Facilities in Nepal:
It is very easy to find a hospital or a private clinic in the Kathmandu Valley. In fact, Nepal’s top general hospitals and private clinics are located in Kathmandu. These hospitals and private clinics provide top quality service. Nepalgunj also has a good number of general hospitals. All kinds of medicines are available in Kathmandu. So, in case you’ve forgotten to bring your medicine, we recommend you to buy it in Kathmandu. During the trekking, you can take help from the health posts that have been set up by the government to provide health and medical facilities for both local and visitors.

 

 

Climate and Geography

The climate of Nepal varies according to the elevation. The humid, tropical Terai receives the most monsoonal rain and records the country’s highest temperature. The lower hills (900-2,700meters), including Kathmandu Valley are sub-tropical, with hot summer and moderate winters with only the occasional frost. The higher hills (2,700-4,000 meters) are temperate as the hills get plenty of rain, fog and frost. Above 4,000meters, the mountains have cooler, drier alpine climate and daily temperatures vary wildly depending on sunshine, wind and altitude.

 

Nepalese Currency and Exchange

Nepal has modern banking facilities and some of the International Banks have their own offices in Kathmandu. Almost all foreign currencies along with credit cards such as American Express, Visa and Master Card, etc. are accepted in Nepal at major hotels, shops and restaurants. Most ATMs will accept Visa and Master Cards. Banks are open 9 am to 3 pm Sunday through Thursday and 9 am to 1 pm on Friday

Visa Information

It is very easy to obtain Nepal’s visa. You may either apply for a visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/Consulate or Mission offices in your own country or you can buy this upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. To apply for a visa, you need 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees in US dollars and your passport that is valid for at least 6 months before the trip. However, nationals of SAARC countries (India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives and Afghanistan) and China do not require any visa to visit Nepal. Transit visa for foreign nationalities is only provided for 3 days. Therefore, visa is required for longer stays. However, for the convenience or foreign nationals, a visa is also provided from the borders listed below:

Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu)

Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)

Birgunj, Parsa (Central Nepal)

Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border of Nepal)

Belhiya, Bhairahawa (Western Nepal)

Jamuna, Nepalgunj (Mid Western Nepal)

Mohana, Dhangadhi (Far Western Nepal)

Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Far Western Nepal)

 

Tourist Visa Fees:

Transit visa (3 days) – Free of cost

Multiple entry (15 days) – 25 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (30 days) – 40 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (90 days) – 100 USD or equivalent convertible currency

(For more information, please contact the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan,Dillibazar, Kathmandu.

Tel: 00977-4433934, 4429660, 4438862, 4438868. You can also download visa form from – www.immi.gov.np)

 

Emergency Contact Detail
If you need to urgently contact us, then we recommend you either call our local representative given below or directly contact our office. If in case you do not receive an immediate answer, we request you leave a detailed message and contact information, so that we may get back to you as soon as possible.

OR
Contact our office at:
From outside of Nepal: +977-1-4412014
From within Kathmandu: 4412014
From outside Kathmandu: 01-4412014
If you are using NTC, Ncell or any other mobile networks in Nepal: 01-4412014

General:


• Travel documents: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets, voucher, passport sized photo
• Hand Sanitizers
• Reading/writing materials
• Waist Bag
• First-aid kit (containing lip balm, Aspirin/paracetamol, Band Aids/plasters, bandage for sprains, iodine or water purifier, Moleskin for blisters, antiseptic for cuts, anti-bacterial throat lozenges, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for diarrhea, re-hydration powder, Norfloxacin or Ciprofloxin, antibiotic for Girdia, Diamox and any extra prescription drugs you are currently taking)
• Protein bars, chocolates, dried fruits, candies and snack foods
• Swiss army knife
• Sleeping bag (if necessary)
• Light weight Towel
• Swimsuit
• Toiletries (quick drying towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, multipurpose soap, deodorant, nail clippers, face and body moisturizer, feminine hygiene products, small mirror
• Lighter
• Insect/ Mosquito repellent
 • Refillable water bottle
• sunglasses, scarf
• Bag liners
• Wind and waterproof shell jacket & trousers (preferably breathable fabric)
• Comfortable walking shoes
• Running shoes or sandals
• Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination
• Lightweight thermal gloves
• Underwear and Shorts
• T Shirts 2 or 3
• Long sleeved shirt
• Trekking/Hiking boots with spare laces
• Lightweight long trousers (no jeans) 2-3


Special Checklist for winter and high altitude

  • Layers/ Thermals/ puffy or down jacket
  • Heavyweight woolen jumper
  • Fleece pant/ trousers
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Woolen hiking socks
  • Knee-length boots

 

 

Special Checklist for Summer

  • Layering thin jacket
  • Light jumper/ Fleece
  • Sunscreen/ Sunglasses
  • Trekking knee length shorts
  • Slipper
  • Liner socks
  • Sweat proof t-shirts

Our Guides:

With growing tourism in Nepal, the growth of travel and expedition companies have mounted to its peak. The companies seek the best leaders and guides to compete in the market while giving the best service to the clients. Although there are a numbers of companies promising you the best trip of your life, many neglect giving the knowledge on safety measurements and sustainable tourism to their team. From luxury travels to pocket friendly trips, our team guides deliver you the best of Nepal keeping your schedule, preference and welfare in mind.

Extensive insights on history and culture of the country:

Nepal has abundance of cultural and natural beauty. The charming architecture and rich history of the temples and Stupas are listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Our guides are well learned and experienced to give you insights on the country's hidden history and natural beauty. From world renowned sites to less traveled local areas, we make sure to provide you information on the benevolent locals, culture and lands that stretch out from the mighty Himalayas to the Terai Plains.

Round the clock service:

Our guides provide you exceptional service 24*7 throughout the trek. Weather it requires giving information, helping with communication or any other skills, our team makes sure you get the facilities regardless of timing. We have well trained English speaking guides working in the fields and value your timing and schedule and try to work as compatible as they can. In addition both our office staff and our field staff have exceptional knowledge on the products we offer. With any queries, you can email/ call/ message us as we try to respond as soon as possible. With extensive field study, our office staff constantly communicates with our trekking guides, tour guides and climbing Sherpa’s to update the information in the trekking region.

Licensed with minimum 5 years of experience:

Trekking has been commercialized in the last few years since Nepal was recognized as the most efficient country to trek. With growing commercialization comes competitive market. Nevertheless, our climbing Sherpas and team representatives along with the guides are required to have minimum of 5 years of experience with a certified license.

Importance to Sustainable Tourism:

We value the importance of sustainable economy and development. Thus, we hire local porters, guides and climbers to train them and give them a platform to work for themselves and their family. All our team members belong to local native groups and have been trained for trekking in the Himalayas and other regions of Nepal.

No exceptions with quality and equipments:

Our teams of guides are well trained with proper English speaking and communication skills via education and experience. We are also equipped with first-aid kits and trekking apparatus like oximeters, maps, first-aid kits and mobile phone for emergency.  Perhaps what separates us from others is the relationship our company has with the climbing Sherpa’s and trekking guides.

5:1 Client Guide Ratio

We maintain a 5:1 client guide ratio i.e. with every 5 clients we provide 1 guide. A team leader/guide with be appointed for a team of 5 trekkers in the group. Nevertheless, an assistant leader will also be provided with every addition of 5 pax. You will have 1 porter for 2 trekkers who will be carrying 25-30 kilograms of weight. We wish for your travels to be worthy and adventurous with no difficulties or hurdles. 

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