8 Breathtaking National Parks & Conservation Area to visit this Spring

Wildlife diversity is an notable feature in Nepal, with 10 National parks, 3 Wildlife reserves, one hunting reserve and 6 conservation areas and 11 buffer zone which cover 22.23 % “34,186.62 square km” area of the country. Wildlife tourism is one of the main tourism resources in Nepal.

Thanks to the variation in climate from tropical to glacial and Effective Park and reserve system, Nepal has managed to preserve and been home for more endangered species of flora and fauna in comparison with other Asian Country.  Among the many national park Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National Park are listed in the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.

Chitwan National Park

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Bishazari Tal in Chitwan National Park

Activities: Jungle safari on elephant back, jungle walk, canoe ride, jeep drive, experience Tharu culture.
Accommodation: Resort and lodges
Access: Park headquarters at Kasara is a 21-km drive from Bharatpur which is 20 minutes by air or 146 km by road from Kathmandu. [Chitwan National Park]
Wildlife: 56 species of mammals that include one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal tiger, rhesus monkey, langur, deer, leopard, gaur, wild boar, wild dog and wild cat; 49 species of amphibians and reptiles that include the endangered long snouted gharial, marsh mugger crocodile and python.
Birds539 species of birds that include summer migrant birds like paradise flycatcher, Indian pitta and parakeets. While winter birds include waterfowl, Brahminy ducks, pintails, bar-headed geese, cormorants and migratory birds from Siberia.
Vegetation: Deciduous forest with 600 plant species.
Best Season: October-March (average temperature 25 degrees Celsius); April- June (hot, up to 43 degrees Celsius), July-September (rainy).

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
100 per day per entry 750 per person per day 1500 per person per day Below 10 yrs free
  • Gharial Crocodile breeding center – Included in the park entrance fee.
  • Elephant breeding center – Included in the park entrance fee.

Sagarmatha National Park

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Snow Leopard

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering, experience Sherpa culture
AccommodationResort hotels, lodges, tea houses, camping
Access: Fly to Lukla by air from Kathmandu and then trek onward [Everest Region Trek]
Wildlife: Himalayan tahr, ghoral, musk deer, pika (mouse hare), weasel, jackal, black bear, wolf, lynx and snow leopard
Birds: 193 species of birds including impeyan pheasant (Danphe), blood pheasant, red-billed chough, yellow-billed chough, snow cock, snow pigeon, Himalayan griffon and lammergeier
Vegetation: Pine and hemlock forests at lower altitudes, while above 3,500 m  silver fir, birch, rhododendron and juniper trees forest
Best Season: October-November and March-May; December-February (snow, daytime temperature 5 degrees Celsius) June-September (rainy)

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
Free 1500 per person per entry 3000 per person per entry Below 10 yrs free
  • At Monjo there is the Sagarmatha National Park entrance station where you will have to show your passport and pay a National Park fee.

Bardia National Park


Bardia National Park

Activities: Jungle safari on elephant back, jungle walk, boat ride, jeep drive
Accommodation: Jungle lodges
Access: 3 hours drive (95 km) from Nepalgunj, which is 1 hour by air or 516 km by road from Kathmandu [ Bardia Safari Adventure]
Wildlife: 53 mammals that include the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, elephant, swamp deer, blackbuck; reptiles include gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile; fresh-water Gangetic dolphin is mostly seen in the Karnali River
Birds: 400 species of birds include Bengal florican, lesser florican, silver-eared mesia and sarus crane
Vegetation: Sal, savannah forests and grasslands
Best Season: October-March, April-June (hot, up to 42 degrees Celsius), July-September (rainy)

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
50 per day per entry 500 per person per day 1000 per person per day Below 10yrs free
  • The park HQ. is at Tharkurdwara and a sub-headquarter at the eastern entrance to the park at East Chisapani. Visitors entering the park must stop and pay an entrance fee
  • Be sure to keep your permit as it might be checked later by park guards.

Langtang National Park


Starry night in Langtang National Park

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering, experience of Tamang culture
Accommodation: Lodges, camping
Access: From Dhunche, which is 117 km by road from Kathmandu [Langtang Region Trek]
Wildlife:Wild dog, red panda, pika, muntjac, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, ghoral, serow, rhesus monkey, langur monkey, snow leopard
Birds: 373 species of birds including tragopan and impeyan pheasant
Vegetation: Subtropical forests of alpine shrubs and grasslands below 1,000 m
Best Season: October-November and March-May (cold at higher elevation); June-September (monsoon), December-February (snow)

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
Free 1500 per person per entry 3000 per person per entry Below 10 yrs free
  • The park Headquarters is at Dhunche, and a check post at Ghora Tabela. All visitors must stop at either place to pay an Entrance Fee, and are required to show your passport.
  • Be sure to keep your Entry Permit as it might be checked later by the park guards.

Makalu Barun National Park

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Barun Valley

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering
Accommodation: Camping
Access: 40 minute flight to Tumlingtar from Kathmandu and then a six-day walk [Makalu Base Camp Trek]
Wildlife: Endangered red panda and snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, clouded leopard, ghoral, Himalayan tahr, wild boar, barking deer, Himalayan marmot, weasel, langur monkey and serow; Arun River has 84 varieties of fish including salmon
Birds: 400 species of birds including wren babbler, olive ground warbler
Vegetation: Subtropical forests to subalpine and alpine vegetation
Best Season: October-November and March-April; April-May (hot at lower elevations), June-September (monsoon)

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Free 1500 per person per entry 3000 per person per entry Below 10 yrs free

Annapurna Conservation Area

Annapurna Conservation Area

Marsyangdi river valley near Pisang

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering
Accommodation: Resort hotels, lodges, camping
Access: From Pokhara [Annapurna Region Trek]
Wildlife: 102 mammals including blue sheep and endangered snow leopard; 39 species of reptiles and 22 species of amphibians
Birds: 474 species of birds including multi-colored impeyan pheasant, kokla and blood pheasant
Vegetation: Various species of orchids and rhododendrons
Best Season: March-May; September-November

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
Free 200 per person per entry 2000 per person per entry Below 10 yrs free

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

Kanchenjunga conservation area

Kanchenjunga Base Camp

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering
Accommodation: Tea houses, camping
Access: Fly to Taplejung via Biratnagar from Kathmandu [Kanchenjunga Extreme Trek]
Wildlife: Endangered snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, red panda, blue sheep, rhesus monkey
Birds: 252 species of different birds including impeyan pheasant, red-billed blue magpie, ashy drongo
Vegetation: Indigenous gymnosperms,  Nepal’s endemic flowering plants, varieties of rhododendron and orchids
Best Season: March-May; September-November

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
Free 200 per person per entry 2000 per person per entry Below 10 yrs free
  • To get a permit to this conservation area you need to be part of an organized trekking group.

Manaslu Conservation Area

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Ethnic Tamang village inside Manaslu Conservation Area

Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering
Accommodation: Camping, lodges
Access: bus to Dhading which is 87 km from Kathmandu or to Besisahar 106 km from Pokhara and then trek [Manaslu Circuit Trek]
Wildlife: 33 species of mammals including snow leopard, musk deer and Himalayan Tahr; three species of reptiles Birds: 110 species of birds
Vegetation: 1,500-2,000 species of flowering plants
Best Season: March-May; September-November

Nepali SAARC Foreigners Child discount
Free 200 per person per entry 2000 per person per entry Below 10yrs free

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Peak Climbing In Nepal Spring Adventure 2017

Nepal has been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of peak climbing expeditions, with its eight peaks above 8000 meters. It has challenged the minds and bodies of those who have dared for decades. Among the identified 1310 peaks above 6000 meter, one quarter are officially opened for mountaineering activities. Climbing these peaks is the next step beyond ‘simply’ trekking, before scaling the 8000-meter peaks.

Although there are many climbing peaks in Nepal, some are evidently more popular than the others are. Some of the most popular trekking peaks are listed below and are perfect for your spring adventure.

Island Peak

Island Peak (6,189m/20,305ft), also known as Imja Tse, is a popular trekking-peak located in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It was named Island Peak by Eric Shipton’s party in 1951, since it appears as an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche.

Altitude Chart of Island Peak Climb

Ever since a Swiss team first climbed it in 1956, Island peak climbing has popularly been used as the trekking-peak in the Khumbu region.

It can be one of the most popular destinations for adventure enthusiasts. Starting from Lukla, the trek passes through numerous Sherpa villages, offering majestic views of high mountains of the region. Nuptse (7,879m/25,849ft), Lhotse (8,501m/27,890ft), Lhotse middle peak (8,410m/27,562ft), makes a semicircle in the north. The view of Makalu (8475m/27,805ft) in the east, Baruntse and Ama Dablam in the south adds more charm to the trek.

Mera Peak

Mera Peak (6,476m/21,247ft), known as the highest trekking-peak in the world, is located at Hinku valley in the northern Nepal. Mera has three different summits, Mera South, Mera North and Mera Central. Mera peak climb is one of the most demanding and challenging trek ever undertaken in Nepal. Experience of previous high-altitude climbing is necessary to make an attempt to Mera summit.


Mera Peak climbing be a pivotal ascent for all those trekkers, experienced or amateur, who dream of conquering the mountain. The adrenaline rush trek commences from Lukla, passing through the wilderness of the Khumbu region to Zatar La pass (4,610m/15,124ft) before heading towards Mera base camp (4800m/15,700ft). Afterwards, the majority of the ascent requires basic ice axe and crampon skills.

On a clearer day, from the summit of Mera Peak, five of the highest mountains in the world are clearly visible, namely; Cho Oyu (8,201m/26,906), Lhotse (8,516m/27,939ft), Everest (8,848m/29,028ft), Makalu (8,463m/27,765), and Kangchenjunga (8,586m/28,169ft) in the Far East.

Pisang Peak

Pisang Peak (6,092m/19,987ft) rising above Pisang village of Annapurna Conservation Area is one of the most popular trekking peak in northern Nepal.


The climb for Pisang Peak starts from Besishahar. The trail will pass through the dense forest and local villages, towards the majestic peak of Mt. Manasalu and Lamjung Himal. A major intersection of the trail meets at Dharapani after passing through Larkya La Pass (5,140m/16,863ft). The path ascends to Kharka (4380m/14,370ft), Pisang valley, where one sets up a base camp. After climbing to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge, one set up a high camp at 5,400m. Afterwards, the trail follows a demanding walk to the Pisang Peak. You can catch the panorama of Annapurna mountain range from a point during the climb (One may encounter snow at the high camp from the end of November to March). The well-defined ridge leads to the final steep snow slope. The descent is made along the same route.

In addition, one can enjoy paying a visit to popular holy temple in the region, ‘Muktinath’. The trek will conclude at Jomson, with a flight back to Pokhara.

Although, Pisang peak climbing is considered easier compared to other climbs, a reasonably high level of physical fitness and sound health is required.

Lobuche Peak

Lobuche East is one of the trekking peaks opened for climbing in Nepal. It is situated at the above the Lobuche, which is just a day camp before trekking to the classical trail to Gorekshep and Everest Base Camp.

Among the trekking peaks in Nepal, Lobuche East is one of the most technical peaks climbing, even if it is only at the altitude of 6119m from sea level.Lobuche east climbing required a excellent uses of using expeditions styles of rope (Main and fix rope), climbing involves some step and slippery rocks slabs and snow slopes to reach south west ridge, which is just below the glacier, which is along with the high camp, then the final expeditions climb would be sharp and exposed ridge which leads to the real summit. Depending on the seasons, the summit to the Lobuche east required climbing with angle of 70 to 75 degrees with some belayed snow or ice climbing, thus it is most demanding.

It is true that the previous mountaineering experience is not necessary to climb these trekking peaks however; you must be prepared mentally as well as physically for these adventurous expeditions.

Most of trekking peaks (6500m below peaks) are listed in with Nepal mountaineering association, an official mountaineering association of the Nepal. There are more than 20 peaks below 6500m opened for alpine climbing.

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How to Spend 48 Hours in Kathmandu

The bowled shape capital standing at an elevation 1,400 metres has a reputation for being overcrowded and polluted. However beyond that there’s grace. Kathmandu is the center of Nepal’s history, art, culture and economy. Despite the chaos Kathmandu charisma shines in the ancient temples and Buddhist stupas ; listed in World Heritage Sites.

Touch Down

Tribhuvan International Airport is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. The airport is about six kilometres from the city centre, in the Kathmandu valley. It is the sole international airport in Nepal.

Hire a local driver or taking a taxi is the best way to reach your accommodations. If you have booked your trip from any local trekking company or Hotel than usually there will be someone to pick you. (Free Pick Ups)

People of these countries do not get visa on arrival at the immigration entry points of Nepal:

1. Nigeria 2. Ghana 3. Zimbabwe
4. Swaziland 5. Cameroon 6. Somalia
7. Liberia 8. Ethiopia 9. Iraq
10. Palestine 11. Afghanistan 12. Syria

Visa are available on arrival

US $ 25 for 15 days Visa ; $40 for 30 days Visa ; $100 For 90 days Visa

Kathmandu City Map

Day One

“Local History and Culture”

Hike to Swayambhunath Temple (Monkey Temple)


Swayambhu is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. The Swayambhu complex consists of a stupa, a variety of shrines and temples, some dating back to the Licchavi period. The site has two access points: a long stairway with 365 steps, leading directly to the main platform of the temple, which is from the top of the hill to the east; and a car road around the hill from the south leading to the southwest entrance.

Entry Fee: NPR 200 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 50 [6am to 7pm]

Stroll Around the Medieval Towns

Despite no longer being a Kingdom evidence of its royal past is an important part of the heritage for the Country. Kathmandu has three durbar square ; public places outside the historic palaces, all listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Kathmandu Durbar Square


The Kathmandu Durbar Square held the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled over the city. Along with these palaces, the square surrounds quadrangles, revealing courtyards and temples. It is known as Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square.

Kumari, the living goddess, resides in Kumari-ghar. Before noon or after 4pm, she might even grace you with an appearance at her window.

Entry Fee: NPR 750 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 200 [7am to 7pm]

  • Patan Durbar Square


Patan Durbar Square is situated at the centre of the city of Lalitpur is the ancient royal palace where the Malla Kings of Lalitpur resided. The Durbar Square is a marvel of Newa architecture. The Square also holds old Newari residential houses. There are various other temples and structures in and around Patan Durbar Square built by the Newa People.

Entry Fee: NPR 500 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 100 [7am to 7pm]

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square


The Bhaktapur Durbar Square is located in the current town of Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon, which lies 13 km east of Kathmandu. While the complex consists of at least four distinct squares (Durbar Square, Taumadhi Square, Dattatreya Square and Pottery Square),the whole area is informally known as the Bhaktapur Durbar Square and is a highly visited site in the Kathmandu Valley.

Entry Fee: NPR 1100 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 200 [7am to 7pm]

Note: Most of the ancient monuments were destroyed during the April 2015 earthquake. Renovation and reconstruction work are being done. The above picture

End The Day in The Hippie Town Thamel

Hotspot for tourist Thamel boast a different lifestyle in comparison to the other part of Kathmandu.Dominated by tourist bars, narrow streets and neon lights you will find many traveller in thamel with whom you can swap adventure stories.

Day Two

Peaceful morning in Boudhanath Stupa


Located about 11 km (6.8 mi) from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal.  Dominating  the skyline the ancient Stupa is one of the largest in the world and one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area.

Entry Fee: NPR 200 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 50 [7am to 7pm]

Pashupatinath Temple


5 kilometres north-east of Kathmandu Valley the Pashupatinath Temple is a famous, sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Pashupatinath. The site is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list and contains a collection of shrines, ashrams and traditional inscriptions. Guides will explain the colorful history and myriad legends associated with this special place which is still used for rituals and ceremonial cremations.

Entry Fee: NPR 500 and for SAARC Nationality NPR 50 [7am to 7pm]

The principal seat of the reigning Monarch Narayanhiti Palace


Narayanhiti Palace built in 1961 is a palace in Kathmandu,which long served as residence and principal workplace of the reigning Monarch of the Kingdom of Nepal, Located in the capital city of Kathmandu, the palace was often the centre of state occasions and royal hospitality. The palace complex is located towards east  Thamel.

Summer, 11am-4pm daily except Tuesday and Wednesday; to 3pm in winter

Walk in the Park Gardens of Dream


The Garden of Dreams also known as the Garden of Six Seasons, is a neo-classical garden just a minute’s walk from the tourist hub thamel, built in 1920. Designed by Kishore Narsingh, it consists of 6,895 square metres (74,220 sq ft) of gardens with three pavilions, an amphitheater, ponds, pergolas, and urns. A joint Nepali-Austrian restoration project began in 2002 and today it’s a graceful, romantic oasis of palms, wisteria, bougainvillaea, fountains, moats and a lotus pond in the centre of Kathmandu’s chaos.

Open daily, 9am to 10pm, Entree Fee NPR 160

Add Ons

A contender for the world’s most scenic Mountain Flight is a trip in a turboprop plane past Everest. Buddha Air (buddhaair.com) and Yeti Airlines (yetiairlines.com) both offer one-hour trips from the domestic terminal at Tribhuvan. Tickets cost US$183 and about 20 flights leave daily (6.30am to 10am)

Nagarkot, located 32 kilometers east of Kathmandu, is one of the most scenic spots in Bhaktapur district and is renowned for its spectacular sunrise view of the Himalaya when the weather is clear. Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night so that they can be there for the breathtaking sunrise.

Chandragiri Hill, seven kilometres from Thankot, lies on the South-West of Kathmandu Valley and is 2551 metres from sea level. Soaring peaks and breath taking views of whole Kathmandu Valley covered with lush green blanket of flora makes Chandragiri truly a great bountiful and pristine landscape. The panoramic views of Kathmandu Valley & Himalayan ranges from Annapurna to Everest makes anyone feel like seeing whole Nepal from this hill.

Sightseeing activities are popular among tourists for various reasons, least because they are time and cost convenient. Nepal Vision Treks and Expedition has a variety of sightseeing options for you. You can choose to take these services separately or mix them with your trekking holidays. Either ways, the sightseeing in Nepal will offer you unique windows to experience the natural, cultural and architectural beauty of Nepal.

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Rough Guide: Nepal 2nd Of The Best Place To Travel in 2017.

Rough Guides a London Based leading travel magazine and reference information has recommended Nepal (placed 2nd among 10 countries)as one of the top best places to visit in 2017. [Source: rough guide]


Trekkers Crossing Larkya La Pass – Manaslu Circuit Trek

Whether trekking in the Himalayas, meditating at a far-flung monastery, spotting rhinos in the steaming jungles of Chitwan or gorging on street food in frenetic Kathmandu – Nepal is an intoxicating, beguiling and endearing destination.

Tourism is the lifeblood of Nepal’s economy, and though the country is working hard to rebuild itself after 2015’s devastating earthquakes, it is still struggling to recover. Nepal needs all the tourism it can get, and we’re glad to see so much support with the country ranked as the second-best place to visit in 2017.

Top 6 Destination for 2017

Langtang Gosaikunda Trek


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Moderate to Strenuous

Jungle Safari in Nepal


The Southern belt of Terai is covered with dense subtropical forests that are rich in diverse wildlife and flora. The Terai of Nepal has some of the most exciting jungle safari destinations of Indian subcontinent. You can ride on elephant’s’ back or take a four-wheeler inside the forest to closely experience the wildlife. [More on Jungle Safaris in Nepal]

Annapurna Base Camp Trek


Trip Length

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15 Days


Moderate to Strenuous

Makalu Base Camp Trek


Trip Length

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25 Days



Island Peak Climb


Trip Length

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21 Days



Everest Panorama Trek


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12 Days

3,867 m/12,684

 Leisurely to Moderate

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5 Trekking Destinations in Nepal That Have Been Ignored For Far Too Long

Travelers worldwide consider Nepal as one of the most loved tourist destinations. The world knows Nepal by its collection of some of the tallest mountains, medieval monuments and range of adventure activities Among these activities, Trekking in Nepal makes the top half of the adventure seekers everywhere.

Here are 5 of those trekking destination in Nepal which have been ignored far too long.


Dolpo is a high-altitude culturally Tibetan region in the western Himalaya of Nepal. Situated in the Trans-Himalaya of Nepal, bordering with Tibet (China) in the north Dolpo offers an exquisite adventure-travel experience of remote and rugged mountain terrains of Nepal.

Duration Max Elevation Trek Style Best Months
20+ Days 5,190m/17,023ft Camping Mar-Oct

Still largely unexplored it is one of the remotest and least exposed areas of northern Nepal offering rare opportunities to explore many unseen parts of the region. [More on Upper & Lower Dolpo]

Tsum Valley 

Isolated from the modern world, the Tsum valley was opened for tourists in 2007. The name ‘Tsum’ came from the Tibetan word called ‘Tsombo,’ meaning vivid. Tsum Valley is a sacred Himalayan pilgrimage valley situated in northern Gorkha, Nepal, against the majestic backdrop of the Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal and Boudha ranges.


Max Elevation Trek Style

Best Months

16+ Days

5,093m Tea House Mar-May & Sep-Nov

Least known to the outside world, this serene Himalayan valley is rich in ancient art, culture and religion. Many religious and archaeological relics still intact and unexplored at many places. [More on Tsum Valley Trek]

Manaslu Circuit

Manaslu Circuit Trek (Traverse trek) is a popular trek in Nepal. The best all-round trek in northern Nepal , Manaslu circuit trek can certainly be a great alternative to Annapurna circuit trek.


Max Elevation Trek Style Best Months
17 + Days 5,135m/16,847ft Tea House

Mar-May & Sep-Nov

Still relatively unexplored, Manaslu trek leads to high Himalayan passes through ethnic Tibetan villages, with the spectacular views of snow-peaks and campsites.  Officially opened in 1991, officials grants permit to access this restricted to limited number of trekkers each year, therefore, adding further appeal to the trek. [More on Manaslu Circuit Trek]


Rolwaling trek can be a great adrenaline rush trek in Nepal. Crossing over one of the highest passes of the world, Tashi Lapcha Pass (5,755m/18,881ft), to get into the Khumbu Valley has made this trek popular among adventurers.


Max Elevation Trek Style Best Months

25 Days

5,755m/18,881ft Camping Mar-Jun & Sep-Dec

Rolwaling valley is located in the east-central region of Nepal, along the Tibet border, containing several ethnic Sherpa villages scattered in the region. Rolwaling Himalayan range includes Melungtse (7,181m/23,559ft) and Melungtse II (7,023m/23,041ft) and Gauri Shankar (7,134m/23,405ft), with some other 50 additional peaks. [More on Rolwaling Trek]

Makalu Base Camp

Makalu Base Camp Trekking opens windows to enjoy both the high Himalayan Mountains and the cultural life that thrives on their laps.


Max Elevation Trek Style

Best Months

25 Days

5,000m/16,404ft Camping

Mar-Jun & Sep-Dec

The trek offers some of the most outstanding sceneries of lush tropical greens of Arun Valley, Makalu and its tributaries as well as Khumbakarna mountain range. The highlight of the trip will be the rarely seen Kangshung face of Everest, which can be seen from the Makalu base camp. [More on Makalu Base Camp Trek]

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