Nepal Update

Dear All travelers,

This is to inform you that Government of Nepal (GoN) has issued prohibitory orders enforced in Kathmandu Valley for 15 days starting April 29, 2021, Thursday in order to stop spreading COVID-19 virus in Kathmandu. As per new orders, all the activities except food supply and medical urgency will be restricted from April 29, 2021 until further notice. GoN has restricted all travelers who come to Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) as a transit. Also closed all land borders to enter Nepal.

 

But other travelers who would like to travel to Nepal as final destination for their holiday, trekking, and mountaineering will be allowed however they have to stay in 10-days quarantine in hotel. On-arrival visa services will be also available whoever comes through Tribhuvan International Airport. Visa recommendation letter required for on-arrival visa along with other mentioned documents. Trekking Experts will avail visa recommendation letter for those who comes Nepal as final destination and provide all travel related services as before with adopting safety measurements.

 

Thank you,

Trekking Experts Team

 

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Trekking Destinations of Nepal

Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal and it is relatively easy; the trail follows well-marked trekking paths, hundreds of local passes, bank of rivers and through jungle. These trekking trips take you to the most scenic view points, reach to the base camp of giant 8000m peaks, explore the mighty hidden treasures, cultures, diversified flora and fauna and amazing people. Many people from across the globe come to Nepal to see its natural beauty, diverse culture and traditions, people of Nepal, witness the vibrant festivals and see the giant mountains. Due to its geographical structure, travelers need to trek in many places to reach and explore. So trekking or hiking is the most popular travel activity in Nepal. Following are the top ten trekking destinations of Nepal. +View All

 

Things to do in Nepal

Nepal is rich in natural resources, diverse culture and snow-capped mountains. The landlocked country situated in Southeast Asia, Nepal has many reasons to visit once in your lifetime. Geographically small but diverse in geographical structures, climate and vegetation, Nepal has always attracted tourist either for their holidays or their research works. Out of fourteen 8000-meter peaks in the world, Nepal has eight 8000-meter peaks including highest peak on earth. Nepal is the center for Buddhism where the birthplace of Lord Buddha lies in Lumbini, Nepal. Nepal’s architectures and cultures are very unique that’s Nepal has many world heritages sites recognized by UNESCO. Nepal only holds about ten world heritages sites and out of them seven world heritage sites are located in Kathmandu valley within 15-kilometer radius which is itself a world record. Nepal has opened 422 peaks to climb including eight 8000-meter mountains. In this case, Nepal is hub for adventure and mountaineering. Not only this, Nepal holds numerous world records such as deepest gorge in the world-Kali Gandaki, highest glacial lake-Tilicho Lake, largest glacial lake-Rara Lake, highest airport-Syangboche Airport, highest hotel-Everest View Hotel, highest human settlement-Gorakshep etc. Hence, Nepal has plenty of options for travel either it is holiday, adventure, business or special themed travel. Following are the activities or things to do in Nepal.

 


Trekking & Hiking

Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan especially in hilly areas.  Trekking is relatively easy; walking on off-road trails follows well-marked trekking paths, passes, bank of rivers and through jungle. Trekking is the easiest adventure activity can be done any aged people in the natural trails, hilly regions and mountains. Generally, standard trekking are about 5 to 7 hours of gentle walking in natural trails routes. It is ideal for all type of people who love the nature, feel the wilderness and have some physical exercise without having any pain. Trekking trips takes you to the most scenic view points, reach to the base camp of giant 8000m peaks, explore the mighty hidden treasures, cultures, diversified flora and fauna and amazing people. Trekking Experts; as the specialist in trekking in the Himalaya; provides all trekking related services in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. Our trekking services include accommodation in tented camp, lodge, tea house and alpine style arrangements. Following are trekking and hiking travel packages we offer.  +View All Trekking & Hiking Activities

 


Overland Tours

Due to its geographic structure, trekking and hiking is the most popular travel activities in Nepal. We need trek/walk to reach one to another place in Nepal. But there are some places which can be reached by drive too. These places are ideal for those who do not want to walk/trek yet want experience the Himalayan culture of Nepal and see the natural beauty of Nepal. Overland tours in Nepal will also be very interesting. As you drive along the misty hills, glistening rivers, and scattered settlements with the mountains on the backdrop, the overland tours will take you to various ancient palaces, monasteries, markets, monuments and lakes in Tibet as well as in Nepal.  For someone who loves road trips, and enjoys the food and hospitality along the way, an overland tour to Mustang and Tibet would best ever trip. An overland tour mostly consists of long hours of a drive and occasionally short hikes too to explore around view points, monasteries and other religious sites. Trekking Experts provides overland tour in Nepal and Tibet. By using our own fleet, we provide comfortable overland tours. +View All Overland Tours Activities

 


Peak Climbing & Expedition (Mountaineering)

South Asian countries like Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan are most popular for mountaineering (to climb mountains). Among them, Nepal is the hub for mountaineering. Nepal is the land of giant mountains. There are eight 8000 meter peaks and so more than 422 meter peaks in Nepal. Most of those mountains and peaks are climbed by many mountaineers and adventure lovers. Every year hundred of adventure lovers climb the mountains in Nepal and Trekking Experts provides all logistic supports to climb to those mountains in Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan. Climbers of Nepal especially, Sherpa climbers are worldwide renowned climbers and Trekking Experts provides climbing services to climb mountains by experience climbing Sherpas. Our climbing or expedition services include all logistic supports for climbing such as arrangement of climbing permit, catering services in the mountains, guiding and portage services in the high mountains. Trekking Experts’ climbing packages includes 6000 meter to 8000 meter mountains including highest mountain in the world Mount Everest (8848m). +View All Peak Climbing & Expedition Activities

 


Filming & Documentary Productions

Nepal is known as one of best photogenic country in the world. Beautiful snow-capped mountains, greenery hills, majestic valleys, gorges, lakes and mountain –shaped landscapes are the source of beauty for photography. Because of these attractions Nepal has one best destination for filming. Many Hollywood and Bollywood movies are screened in Nepal. Many travel documentaries, short movies, stories and plays have taken from Nepal. Popular broadcasting channels such as National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, and Animal Planet etc have made Nepal as their no. 1 destination for all type of documentary and movies. Many block buster Hollywood movies such as Everest International, Highway to Dhampus, Caravan etc. are screened in Nepal. Nepal has plenty of options for filming either it could be for movie or any documentary based on the Himalaya, nature, geography, culture, people and water resources. Famous mountaineers Reinhold Messner, Sigfried Hupfaur, Conrak Aker, Carlos Soria, Edurne Pasabane, Jesus Calleja etc have screened many documentaries in Nepal.

Trekking Experts provides all logistic supports for filming in Nepal for cinemas, documentary or video productions. Trekking Experts assists for arrangement of filming permits, selection of spots for shots, logistic support of carrying equipment, catering services and man power services (guiding).  Trekking Experts team has provided supports for TV Shows, documentaries and short movies. +View All Filming & Documentary Production Activities

 


Cycling/Mountain Biking

Mountain biking /cycling is one of best adventure in that can be done in Nepal and Tibet.  Ups and down hills, off-the beaten tracks and unnumbered valleys are the place for mountain biking. And Nepal has all of them. The geographic structure of Nepal is very suitable for adventurous mountain biking that no other country has. Mountain biking in Nepal offers you a tremendous way to see the exotic sights of Nepal such as giant mountains, rich culture, people, historical and ancient sites and life of Nepalese people. Mountain Biking over Thorong La Pass is the best and highest mountain biking in the world. Similarly biking from Lhasa to Kathmandu (Tibet to Nepal) is also one the longest mountain biking trail over passing highest passes in the world. Trekking Experts provides the mountain biking services in Nepal and Tibet. Trekking Experts has designed some special mountain biking tours where you’ll have tour guided by professional mountain biking guides. +View All Climbing/Mountain Biking Activities

 


Spiritual Tours

Nepal and Tibet are the center for Buddhism and other spiritual practitioners.  Century old cultures, religions, spiritual practices and holy religious places make travel to Nepal mystical. Nepal; a Himalayan country is one of very oldest country in the world where you can still find origin of spiritual practices, religious sites unbroken and spiritual center for both Buddhism and Hinduism. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, several very important holy places for Hindu believers i.e. Pashupatinath, Gosainkund and Muktitnath made situated in Nepal. Similarly, Tibet is the center for Tibetan Buddhism. Every year thousands of people visit Lhasa, the palace of Dalai Lama, Mount Kailash, the holiest mountain for Buddhist, Hindu and Jain believers. Also India is most important destination for Buddhist and Hindu believers. We, Trekking Experts have designed several travel packages that will take you to these holiest places guided by experts in Buddhism and Hinduism. During spiritual tour, obviously you’ll enjoy the beauty of these mythical monuments, at the same time you’ll get to know in depth of those places, its meaning in each religion and also will practice/learn about those spiritual lives.  +View All Spiritual Tours Activities

 


Incentive & Corporate Retreat Events

Nepal has been called paradise for travelers by everyone who travelled to Nepal. The amazing cultures, people, lifestyles, snow-capped mountains, greenery jungles, V-shaped valleys and diverse flora and fauna attracted every one. Many Hollywood and Bollywood movies have screened in Nepal for its beautiful nature and spectacular views. Nepal holds unbreakable world records for natural beauty and cultural diversity. Nepal has tons of options to explore around which can meet everyone’s travel dreams. Not only mountaineers, adventure seekers come to Nepal, many businessmen, celebrities come to Nepal for their life changing holidays in Nepal. Nepal is perfect destination for short breaks for those who do not have much time for travel, yet would like to experience and taste different types of activities and then Nepal ranks on top of its list. Nepal is the best destination for short Incentive trips for corporate staffs, employees, vendors and suppliers. Many business houses or corporate houses have conducted their incentive trips or corporate holidays, team building programs, exhibitions, conventions, and meetings in Nepal. Trekking Experts has experienced of arranging incentive events for such corporate houses. Our team has successfully organized incentive holiday events for employees of different insurance companies, automaker companies in Nepal. +View All Incentive & Corporate Retreat  Activities

 


Festival Trips

Nepal is not just about breathtaking mountains, glacial lakes, beautiful valleys, but also about vibrant festivals. Nepal has huge diversity in cultures and traditions. People of Nepal consist of different castes, cultures and traditions. And each different culture has its own unique tradition and way of festival celebration. Based on caste, culture or community or region, Nepal has many live and vibrant festivals celebrate every year.  Festival based on Hindu culture, Buddhist Culture, Muslim or regional culture, Nepalese people celebrate festival to keep their traditions alive and also for fun. We, Trekking Experts have designed some trips to experience and witness the celebration of festivals in Nepal. We design and prepare festival trips based on our travelers’ interest, but here are few festival trips that bring you insight of the festival. +View All Festival Trips & Activities

 


Event Management

By using our expertise in travel and event management, we provide services for event management in Nepal. Our event management services include destination wedding management, trade fair management, conferences and exhibition management.  +View All Event Management Activities

 

Travel Styles in Nepal

Nepal has tremendous options for travel. Based on your interest, travel theme or taste of travel, you can choose many types of travel styles or themes in Nepal. Based on where you want to do, what you would like to do in Nepal, you can choose style of travelling. Mostly in the urban cities, you can travel by overland which transportation and overnight stay in luxury hotels. In semi urban areas, you can mix up travel with overland tour and trekking and stay overnight in local tea houses/lodge. In the remote areas you can travel and overnight stay in tented camps. Also you can choose option to travel alone, or with your family or with your friends, colleagues or co-workers. Following are the travel styles or themes can be done in Nepal.

 


Tented Camping Trips

Tented Camp trip is very famous conventional style of travelling. Tented Camping is commonly used in remote areas of Nepal and other countries where hotels or lodges are not available for accommodation. In tented camping trips, you’ll sleep in the tents, Trekking Experts trekking cook and team will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner in the camps. There will be a sleeping tent for every two person, foam mattress, table and chairs for dining, kitchen tent and kitchen utensils for meal preparation, dining tent for dinning, toilet tents, shower tent and camping team (cook, kitchen helpers and other helpers). Continental and personalized meals will be provided by our cook every day. In tented camp trips, you just need to bring a sleeping bag along with your personal belongings. Cooking team will travel along with you all the way and will prepare not repeated first class hot meals during the trekking. There a set of trekking for tented camp like guide, helpers, porters, cook, kitchen helpers etc. +View All Camping Trips

 


Lodge & Tea Houses Trips

In Lodge/tea houses trips, you’ll sleep and eat in lodges during the trekking. In cities or urban areas, you’ll stay at star hotels with attached bathroom and other facilities. But during the trekking, you’ll sleep in the lodge houses, lodges and will eat local restaurants/lodges. Lodges will have twin-bed room with or without attached toilets. Most of lodges have separate toilet. You will be able to choose available meals menu during lodge trekking. Since, accommodation during the trek will be in the local lodges, there will be guide and porters to carry your baggage in lodge trekking trips. +View All Lodge & Tea Houses Trips

 


Family Holiday Trips

All travel trips in the mountain won’t be fit for families sometimes. Because trekking in the mountains includes 5/7 hours walking a day, high altitude and also required some physical fitness. All trekking trips won’t be fit family with children and problem with walking. Thus, we, Trekking Experts have designed some trips which will be suitable for all types of family with children or senior citizens. Overland Tours (tour by drive); soft hiking with 3/4 hours of gentle walk a day will fit suitable. Following are some trip for family holidays in Nepal and Tibet. +View All Family Holiday Trips

 


School/College Travel Trips

Nepal is paradise for school and college students to learn and experience the different flavor of cultures, nature and also adventure activities. Because of its cultural and geographical diversity, many school and college students travel to Nepal for their holidays and research projects. Nepal is best place for geological research, culture, climate, people, religion and mountains. Also many student travels to Nepal for community support programs, internship programs and volunteering supports. We, Trekking Experts provide support to arrange research, volunteering, community support and internship program for student herein Nepal. +View All School/College Travel Trips

 


Honeymoon Travel Trips

Nepal is known as the land of Himalaya and Nepal offers plenty of options for holidays. Diverse culture and geographical structure, mysterious ancient history, friendly people, and wonders of nature are the features of Nepal.  Nepal is perfect destination for honeymooners where a couple can enhance their love with the nature, wildlife, high mountains and extreme adventures. Honeymoon is the golden period of your married life which needs to be cherished in a memorable way. To make golden periods of your life unforgettable and marvelous with your beloved one, we, Trekking Experts have designed some travel packages for honeymoon couples. +View All Honeymoon Travel Trips

 


Extreme Adventure Trips

Nepal is homeland of Himalayas where eight of 8000 meter giant mountains along with more than 422 mountains which are 6000 meter to 7000 meter. V-shaped valleys, rocky and snow-capped mountains are the center for adventure and mountaineering. Nepal has plenty of options for adventurous activities such as Bungy Jump, white river rafting, cannoning, bouldering, rock climbing, peak climbing, trekking and mountaineering. Nepal has plenty of options of trekking and mountaineering easy trek to extreme level of difficulty. Climbing 8000 meter mountains including world’s highest peak Mount Everest are extreme level adventure activities. We, Trekking Experts provide all logistic supports for climbing either 6000 meter peaks to 8000 meter giant mountains. +View All Extreme Adventure Trips

 


Group Travel Trips

Travelling with loved ones, close friends, family is synonym of fun. Nepal as a precious travel destination for its nature and the Himalayas, you shouldn’t miss to travel with your loved ones in your life. Travelling in group gives you plenty of joy, fun with friends and amazing memory in your life which you’ll definitely miss later on in your life. Travelling or trekking in the nature and Himalaya of Nepal provides you a lifetime experience. We, Trekking Experts do provide travel services for individuals; but mainly we provide travel services for groups. Most of all our trips can be done in group of 2 people to 16 people for trekking and climbing. In overland tours and spiritual tours, we will operate with maximum of 150 people in a group. +View All Group Travel Trips

 


Research Travel Trips

Nepal is natural university for geologist and nature lovers. You’ll find variance of climates and vegetations of 60 meters from sea level to 8848 meters from sea level in just about 800 km distance. It is the only place where you can find all types of climates, vegetations, cultures and flora and fauna in just once country. Every year, many geologists, climate and nature researchers come to Nepal for research in Nepal. We, Trekking Experts provide logistic support including guiding support for such research travelers in Nepal. +View All Research Travel Trips

 


Spiritual & Religious Travel Trips

Nepal and Tibet are the center for Buddhism and other spiritual practitioners.  Century old cultures, religions, spiritual practices and holy religious places make travel to Nepal mystical. Nepal; a Himalayan country is one of very oldest country in the world where you can still find origin of spiritual practices, religious sites unbroken and spiritual center for both Buddhism and Hinduism. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, several very important holy places for Hindu believers i.e. Pashupatinath, Gosainkund and Muktitnath made situated in Nepal. Similarly, Tibet is the center for Tibetan Buddhism. Every year thousands of people visit Lhasa, the palace of Dalai Lama, Mount Kailash, the holiest mountain for Buddhist, Hindu and Jain believers. Also India is most important destination for Buddhist and Hindu believers. We, Trekking Experts have designed several travel packages that will take you to these holiest places guided by experts in Buddhism and Hinduism. During spiritual tour, obviously you’ll enjoy the beauty of these mythical monuments, at the same time you’ll get to know in depth of those places, its meaning in each religion and also will practice/learn about those spiritual lives. +View All Spiritual & Religious Travel Trips

 


Incentive & Corporate Retreat Trips

Nepal has been called paradise for travelers by everyone who travelled to Nepal. The amazing cultures, people, lifestyles, snow-capped mountains, greenery jungles, V-shaped valleys and diverse flora and fauna attracted every one. Many Hollywood and Bollywood movies have screened in Nepal for its beautiful nature and spectacular views. Nepal holds unbreakable world records for natural beauty and cultural diversity. Nepal has tons of options to explore around which can meet everyone’s travel dreams. Not only mountaineers, adventure seekers come to Nepal, many businessmen, celebrities come to Nepal for their life changing holidays in Nepal. Nepal is perfect destination for short breaks for those who do not have much time for travel, yet would like to experience and taste different types of activities and then Nepal ranks on top of its list. Nepal is the best destination for short Incentive trips for corporate staffs, employees, vendors and suppliers. Many business houses or corporate houses have conducted their incentive trips or corporate holidays, team building programs, exhibitions, conventions, and meetings in Nepal. Trekking Experts has experienced of arranging incentive events for such corporate houses. Our team has successfully organized incentive holiday events for employees of different insurance companies, automaker companies in Nepal. +View All Incentive & Corporate Retreat Trips

 


Event Management

By using our expertise in travel and event management, we provide services for event management in Nepal. Our event management services include destination wedding management, trade fair management, conferences and exhibition management. +View All Event Management Trips

 


Heli Tours

Helicopter tour in Nepal is the perfect taste of the luxury travel with majestic views of Himalayas and scenic views of local settlements, mountains and beautiful valleys. It is the one and only trip in which you can witness the panoramic views of Himalayan ranges, mountains and beautiful valleys within a minimal time period through helicopter. Helicopter tours offer mountain flights, luxury trips, and city sightseeing, photography and filming tours in Nepal. Helicopter tour is perfect for those who not have plenty of time for trekking the Himalayas yet wants to see the beauties of Himalaya and landscapes of Nepal. Helicopter is also a right choice to celebrate your precious moments like anniversary, birthday and marriage ceremony at the top of the world with your beloved ones. Likewise, you can have your reunion party or celebrate years of friendship, treat party for your beloved ones or respected person at the majestic land of Himalayas. We, Trekking Experts will help you out to design perfect helicopter tours program based on your celebration. Helicopter tours are generally flying over the Himalayas through beautiful landscapes by helicopter. +View All Heli Tours

 


Self Guided Trips

Taking local expert guide for your any trip in Nepal is always better. Because having local guide with you means you’re in safe; you’ll get all local information of the local places and there will somebody with you in case if you need any help during the trip. But you’d like to travel along without any guide; Trekking Experts provide some trips which you can do at your own. We shall assist you for hotel booking, transportation arrangements, permit arrangement and other logistic arrangement if it needs to be done and then you can travel at your own. Following are some trips we offer as self guided trips which you don’t any guide.  +View All Self Guided Trips

 


Charity Trips

Charity Trip are always one of the best trip you would buy for your trip. In our charity trips, you’ll be enjoying the trip at the same time you’ll be helping someone who needs your help. There is no difference in charity trip and normal trip, only different is you’ll help the needy people if you join in charity based trip. In charity based trip, you’ll pay little bit extra as ‘Charity Fund’ or tour operator puts some of margin in charity fund. And then, raised amount will be hand over to the concern people who need help from us. +View All Charity Trips
 

Places To See In Nepal

Nepal, the Himalayan Kingdom has diverse cultures, natural beauties and most amazing world heritage sites.  All those destinations are really important in its own places. Nepal has several of options for different travel activities such as for trekking, Overland Tour, Cultural tours, wildlife activities, festivals and adventure activities. Following are top ten tourist destinations in Nepal which you can visit while you’re in Nepal.

 


1) Kathmandu Valley

– The City of temples where 7 world heritage sites lies within a radius 15 km

Kathmandu is Nepal’s largest city and capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is situated in a valley in the heart of Nepal. Kathmandu is also known as the ‘city of temple’ where uncountable temples and world famous world heritages sites are also in Kathmandu.  Nepal is the holy land of Lord Pashupatinath and Gautam Buddha where the Hindus and Buddhists have lived together in harmony for centuries. The Temple of Pashupatinath is Nepal’s most scared Hindu shrine temple and one of the four most important cities in the world for Shiva worshippers. Lord Buddha, the light of Asia, was born in Lumbini in Nepal’s southern plains, which makes Nepal a scared pilgrimage destination for Buddhists as well.

 

Three other ancient cities of the Kathmandu Valley are – Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. All these three ancient cities represent an epitome of harmony in urban design, elegant architecture and refined culture. All seven world heritage sites of Kathmandu are do not miss the seven monument of Nepal. If you missed to visit these places, your trip to Nepal will remain incomplete.

Trip that allows you to see Kathmandu Valley:  Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Heritage Tour

 


2)  Nagarkot

-The nearest view point from Kathmandu valley

Nagarkot is a most popular tourist spot in Nepal which is located 32 km east of Kathmandu at an altitude of 2175 meter. Nagarmot is a near view point station from Kathmandu and will allow you to have panoramic views of peaks, Himalayan ranges including 8000 meters mountains such as Mount Everest, Mount Manaslu and other 7000 meter mountains.

Trip that allows you to see Nagarkot:  Nagarkot Short Break

 


3)  Pokhara

– Beautiful city surrounded by the lakes and mountains

Pokhara is one of most favorite city in Nepal which is surrounded by beautiful lakes, green environment and scenic mountains. It is also known as the gateway to the Annapurna Base Camp, a trip which allows you to see the high mountain ranges within few days trekking. Since it is surrounded by lakes such as Fewa Lake, Rupa Lake, Begnas lake and there any many historic and interesting places in Pokhara valley viz. Mahendra cave, davis falls, Gupteswor cave, bat cave, viewpoints Sarangkot, Peace Stupa. Pokhara is also only one place for outdoor adventures.  Very interesting adventures like Paragliding, Parahawking, Ultra light flight; zip flying, rafting, boating etc are based in Pokhara.

Trip that allows you to see Pokhara:  Pokhara Tour , Annapurna Base Camp , Mardi Himal Trek, Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Khopra Ridge Trek

 


4)  Lumbini

– The birth place of Lord Buddha

Lumbini is one of most the holiest pilgrimage of Nepal because it is the birthplace of Siddharta Gautama or the Lord Buddha. It is the holy place for many Buddhist followers under Buddhist sects: Hinayana and Mahayana. It is also Nepal’s one world heritage site and Lumbini have the remains of many ancient Stupas and monasteries. A large stone pillars are said to be founded by the Emperor Asoka Maurya in 250 BC as an inscription about the birth of the Buddha.

Trip that allows you to see Lumbini:  Life of Buddha, Nepal Heritage Tour

 


5) Chitwan

– One most amazing national park on earth

Chitwan National Park world natural heritage site in Nepal and it is Nepal’s first national park founded in 1973. Chitwan is known as best destination for jungle activities and to explore flora and fauna such as elephant safari, jungle and nature walk, canoeing, see more than 43 species of mammals, over 450 species of birds and more than 45 species of amphibians and reptiles in Chitwan national park.  Chitwan National park is mostly famous for the protection of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, tiger, gharial crocodile along with many other common species of wild animals.

Trip that allows you to see Chitwan:  Chitwan Tour, Nepal Heritage Tour

 


6)  Sagarmatha National Park

– The park where highest mountain on earth lies

Sagarmath National Park is world renowned world natural heritage site where many 8000m giant mountains including the highest mountains on earth is lied i.e. Mount Everest (locally called Sagarmatha). Mysterious, mythical and exotic, the Everest region holds prime position in the imagination of every outdoor adventure lover in the world. It is home to the bulk of the Himalaya and of course Mt. Everest and it is also the home of the Sherpa. This mixture of mountains and ancient culture make Nepal a magical land of superlatives and an absolute delight for trekkers. Everest Base Camp Trek is most popular trek in this area because it is not feasible for anyone to climb the Mount Everest its self.  Hence the trek to Everest Base Camp brings you to the base camp of Mount Everest. Everest region has more optional trails to cross the high passes, climb peak and expeditions.  Everest High Passes trek, , Island Peak Climbing, Mera Peak climbing etc are popular and recommended treks in this region.

 

Trip that allows you to see Sagarmatha National Park:  Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest High Passes Trek, Everest Panorama Trek, Everest Luxury Trek, Everest Base Camp Comfort Trek and other peak climbing trips in Everest region such as Island Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Climbing, Lobuche Peak Climbing, Everest Expedition, Lhotse Expedition etc.

 


7)   Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)

– One of world most popular trekking route

Annapurna region is one of the best trekking destinations of Nepal. Highest trekking pass Thorong Pass (altitude 5416 meters) is located in Annapurna region. Annapurna Conservation area includes many high mountains Annapurna mountain ranges, beautiful Fish Tail (Machhapuchhre), view of Dhaulagiri (8172m), Annapurna I (8091m) II, III, IV,  Manaslu (8163 m), Annapurna south, Nilgiri, Machhapauchhare, Hiunchuli, Lamjung Himal, Tukuche peak, Tilicho peak etc.

 

Also trekking in this area is very easy and popular because of its spectacular variety of landscapes inhabited by different ethnic groups with their rich culture, tradition and hospitality along with the majestic view of the Himalayas.  Annapurna Circuit  Trek and Annapurna Base Camp Trek , Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Khopra Ride Trek, Mardi Himal Trek etc are most popular recommended trips this region. Remarkable Annapurna Circuit trek takes you around the entire Annapurna massif reaching the Zenith at Thorong La Pass (5,416m) and trail follows the world’s deepest Kali Gandaki Gorge, with face of Annapurna I to the east and Dhaulagiri. Crossing the highest pass, Thorong La Pass on the way from Manang to Muktinath, you’ll have panoramic views of mountains such as Dhaulagiri (8172m), Annapurna I (8091m) II, III, IV,  Manaslu (8163 m), Annapurna south, Nilgiri, Machhapauchhare, Hiunchuli, Lamjung Himal, Tukuche peak, Tilicho peak etc. The trail follows many passes, rich cultured villages like Manang, Pisang, waterfalls, beautiful villages, terraced farmlands, lush rhododendron forests and amazing mountain views.

Trip that allows you to see Annapurna Areas: Annapurna Circuit  Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek , Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Khopra Ride Trek, Mardi Himal Trek

 


8) Langtang National Park

–  Beautiful national park

Langtang National is beautiful national park which is not so far from Kathmandu.  Trekking in this region offers you experience the intact, unique cultures of Tamang, Newar and Sherpa people, living in some of the most beautiful scenery in Nepal. Green and pleasant landscapes, quiet villages, terraced slopes and pine forests, holy lake Gosain Kunda, rich local culture are the main attraction of this region. Beside this there many natural hot spring waters, 108 lakes, 7000m mountains, peaks and  thousands of pilgrims trek up to bathe in the frigid waters at 4000m,-Gosain Kunda.

Trip that allows you to see Langtang National Park: Langtang Valley Trek, Helambu & Gosain Kunda Trek, Tamang Heritage Trail Trek, Ruby Valley Trek and peak climbing trips like Yala Peak Climbing, Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

 


9) Mustang region

– a kingdom behind the mountains

Mustang Region is culturally rich and famous destination of Nepal. It is known as the place behind the mountains.  It called the last forbidden kingdom because this areas was restricted for foreigner till October 1991.  Mustang only one place in Nepal till they have their own King or Tribe-leader, Jigme Palbar Bista.  Even after Nepal was declared a republic in 2007, the Nepal Government took back the official recognition of the Bista as the Mustangi King. However, the people there still respect him as their King or tribe-leader. Bista also grants audience the visitor upon request.

 

Trekking in Mustang offers you to visit the Lo Manthang-the capital of Mustang district and is located in the Himalayas and its borders extend northward onto the Tibetan plateau. Mustang region is very rich in its culture, tradition, a unique lifestyle and many mysterious & undiscovered caves about 10000. This trek brings you flying through the deepest gorge in the world, between the Dhaulagiri and the Nilgiri. The trail follows to Dhakmar where you can find the oldest Tibetan monastery in the world, the Lo Gekar Monastery.

Trip that allows you to see Mustang region: Upper Mustang Trek, Lower Mustang Trek, Tiji Festival Trek and other peak climbing trips like Saribung Peak Climbing

 


10)   Manaslu Region

–  The eighth highest peak of the world

Mount Manaslu (8163m) is the World’s eighth highest peak and this trek brings you closer to the Mount Manaslu. The trip to Manaslu Base Camp provides a enthralling experience even to a seasoned trekker. The trek follows magnificent deep blue waters of the Budhi Gandaki River into historical villages and varied terrains. During the trek you’ll see the spectacular views of the Manaslu and going through authentic Hindu and Tibetan-style villages.  Eventually the trail reaches Samagaon, the largest and most important village in the region. From here you head west and cross the Larke Pass (5160 m), a classic and tough route linking the Budi Gandaki with the Marsyangdi valley.

Trip that allows you to see Mustang region: Manalsu Circuit Trek, Tsum Valley Trek

 

8000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

Nepal is home for 8000-meter giant mountains in the world. There are fourteen 8000-meters mountains in the world and out of them 8 are situated in Nepal including highest mountain in the world. All eight 8000-meters mountains are opened for climbing.

 

List of 8000-meter Mountains in Nepal:

 

Second highest mountain, Mount K2 (8611m) is located in Pakistan. Also ninth highest peak Mount Nanga Parbat (8125m), eleventh highest mountain Mount Gasherbrum I (8080m), twelfth highest mountain Mount Broad Peak (8051m) and thirteenth highest mountain Gasherbrum II (8034m) are also situated in Pakistan. And the last eight thousander Mountain Sishapangma (8027m) is situated in Tibet, China. Trekking Experts operates expedition to climb these 8000-meter mountains.

 

For your general information, we’ve classified 8000-meter peaks based on its toughness to climb. We have classified mountains in grading system based on its difficulty to climb in its’ group i.e.  Easy, Moderate and Challenging.

 

Some Easy 8000m Peaks

Mount Cho Oyu (alt. 8201m)

Mount Manaslu (alt. 8156m)

Mount Lhotse (alt. 8516m)

 

Some Moderate 8000m Peaks

Mount Makalu (alt. 8463m)

Mount Dhaulagiri (alt. 8167m)

Mount Sishapangma (alt. 8027m)

Mount Gasherbrum I (alt. 8080m)

Mount Gasherbrum II (alt. 8034m)

Mount Broad Peak (alt. 8051m)

 

 

Some Challenging 8000m Peaks

Mount K2 (alt. 8611m)

Mount Nanga Parbat (alt. 8125m)

Mount Annapurna I (alt. 8091m)

Mount Kanchejunga (alt. 8586m)

Mount Everest (alt. 8848m)

 

6000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

Nepal has always been on top choice for either beginner climbers or advance climbers who dreamed to climb higher. Nepal is a home of mountains where there are eight peaks of 8000 meter out of fourteen as well as there are more than 422 peaks which are more than 7000 meters. Similarly, there are around 297 peaks in Nepal which are 6000 meter from sea level. 6000 meter peaks in Nepal includes many trekking peaks which are listed in Nepal Mountaineering Association and Department of Tourism. Still there are many peaks which are not opened for climbing and haven’t climbed by anyone yet. Out of 297 peaks, 270 are owned by the Department of Tourism and 27 are owned by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA).

 

Trekking Experts offers wide ranges of peak climbing trip for all 6000 meter opened peaks and explore unclimbed peaks too. Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Saribung Peak, Chulu Far East, Yala Peak etc are most popular trekking peaks climbed by travelers. Out of 297 peaks which are 5500 meter to 6000 meters, we offer following featured trekking peaks to climb 6000 meter peaks. Based on your interest and request, we provide peak climbing services for all 6000-meter peaks too. We’ve classified some of 6000-meter peaks based on toughness to climb. We have classified peaks in grading system based on its difficulty to climb i.e.  Easy, Moderate and Challenging.

 

Some Easy 6000m Peaks

Yala Peak (alt. 5732m)

Naya Kanga Peak (5844m)

Mardi Himal Peak (alt. 5587m)

Chulu Far East Peak (6059m)

Bokta Peak (6114m)

Tharpu Chuli Peak (5663m)

Chhukung Ri Peak (5550m)

Larkya North Peak (6065m)

Ramdung Peak (5925m)

 

Some Moderate 6000m Peaks

Island Peak (6179m)

Mera Peak (6476m)

Lobuche East Peak (6119m)

Chulu East Peak (6584m)

Dhampus Peak (6012m)

Saribung Peak (6328m)

 

 

Some Challenging 6000m Peaks

Chulu West Peak (6584m)

Pisang Peak (6091m)

Singu Chuli Peak (6501m)

Mount Amadablam (alt. 6812m)

 

7000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

If you would like to climb tougher than 6000 meter peaks, we suggest to you climb 7000-meter peaks. If you are planning to scale any 8000 meter peaks in future, we strongly suggest you climb any 600-meter peaks or 7000-meter peaks as preparatory expedition. It will give you idea about mountaineering, some training and you can adjust yourself with the high altitude. There are 422 peaks are opened for climbing. Among them, 72 peaks are above 7000 meters which are opened for climbing.

 

Trekking Experts offers wide ranges of expedition trips to climb 7000-meter peaks in Nepal. Putha Hinchuli, Himlung, Ratna Chuli, Baruntse, Chamlang are the most popular 7000-meter peaks climbed in Nepal. Based on your interest and request, we provide peak climbing services for all 7000-meter peaks too. We’ve classified some of 700-meter peaks based on toughness to climb. We have classified peaks in grading system based on its difficulty to climb i.e.  Easy, Moderate and Challenging.

 

Some Easy 7000m Peaks

Mount Putha Hiunchuli (alt. 7246m)

Mount Himlung (alt. 7126m)

 

Some Moderate 7000m Peaks

Mount Baruntse (alt. 7129m)

Mount Churen (alt. 7385m)

Tilicho Peak (alt. 7134m)

 

Some Challenging 7000m Peaks

Mount Ama Dablam (alt. 6812m) (we’ve listed Amadablam in 7000-meter even its 6812 because of its toughness)

Gangapurna Peak (7455m)

Pumori Peak (7161m)

Ganesh I Peak (7429m)

 

Festivals of Nepal

Nepal is popular for vibrant and colorful festivals. Nepalese people celebrate many festivals based on their own community traditions and calendars.  There are more 125 different castes and more than hundred spoken languages in Nepal. Each community has its own culture, traditions and rituals. And they celebrate different festivals. Following are many festivals celebrate in Nepal.

 


Nepali New Year (April)

Nepal New Year is celebrated as per the Nepali Calendar. It lies in mid-April.

 


Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri, which literally translates to ‘Great Night of Shiva’, is a Hindu festival celebrated all over Nepal. The festival is celebrated on the new moon day in the month of Feb/Mar according to the Hindu calendar. The day is celebrated to venerate Lord Shiva, an important deity in Hindu religion. Lord Shiva is the most worshipped God in the Hindu religion. More than 100,000 of Hindu devotees from India and Southeast Asia throng weeks ahead of the festival and gather in and around Pashupatinath temple – one of the holiest shrines of the Hindus in Kathmandu to pay their homage to Lord Shiva on his birthday. “Pashupatinath” literally means “the Lord of animals” as Lord Shiva is considered as the guardian and protector of everything that exists in the universe. On this holy day, worshippers dip and bath in the holy river Bagmati at early dawn and fast for the whole day and stay around fire to keep them warm as it is still winter in Nepal.

 


Holi (The festival of colors)

Holi festival is known as festival of colors. This festival of water and colors falls between February/March, and is also known as “Fagu” in Nepal. This day is observed to rejoice the extermination of female demon Holika who together with her King Brother conspired to kill his son Pralhad, an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. This day, playful people especially the young, wander through the streets in groups on foot or vehicles with various colors smeared all over themselves and the people in houses make merry throwing colors and water balloons at each other and also to these people on the streets.

 


Ghode Jatra (Festival of Horses)

This horse racing festival takes place between March/April and a grand horse parade takes place at Tundikhel. Although this festival does not have much religious aspects, a large number of people, even from outside Kathmandu, flock around Kathmandu to witness the horse race and other exciting sports activities performed by the Nepal Army.

 


Buddha Jayanti

Buddha’s birth anniversary is celebrated every year during the full moon day of May in Nepal. On this day people swarm in Swayambhunath, Boudhanath and Patan to pay homage to Lord Buddha and also visit Buddha’s birth place in Lumbini and chant prayers and burn butter lamps. Lord Buddha was born as Prince Siddhartha Gautam but he abandoned his luxurious life when he realized the misery of mankind and went in search of enlightenment.

 


Teej (The festival for Hindu Women)

This festival is celebrated by Hindu women. Hindu married women fast and worship to the god Shiva donning beautiful red saris with shining potes (glass beads). Singing and dancing is the sight almost everywhere in Nepal during the festival of Teej. On this day women observe a fast and pray to Lord Shiva for the long, healthy and prosperous life of their husbands and their families. The unmarried women also observe this festival with unabated zeal with the hope that they will get to marry good husbands. From early dawn, women queue up in multiple lines in Pashupatinath to offer their prayers to Lord Shiva.

 


Dashai (Vijaya Dashami)

Dashain is the biggest festival in Nepal which is also known as Bijaya Dashami. Many buffaloes and goats are sacrificed in this festival.  On the initial festival day, the Brahmans sow barley at the place where they worship and ritualistically sprinkle it with sacred water on a daily basis. The Nepalese cherish their Dashain as the time for eating and dressing well. The fifteen days of celebration occurs during the bright lunar fortnight ending on the day of the full moon. Throughout Nepal, the goddess Durga in all her manifestations are worshiped with innumerable pujas, abundant offerings and thousands of animal sacrifices for the ritualistic holy bathing, thus drenching the goddess for days in blood. Buffaloes, goats, chickens and ducks are killed by the thousands at the temples at military posts and in every household. One of the main centers that witnesses the animal sacrifice in a large scale at this time is the Hanuman Dhoka palace on the ninth day. On the concluding day of the festival called the Tika, the elders of the family give Tika to their junior members and to other relatives who may also come to seek their blessings. The fresh shoots of the barley’s are also given. Family feasting and feting of guests is a common practice at this time.

 


Tihar (Festival of lights)

This festival is also known as festival of lights which is the second biggest festival in Nepal. This festival lasts for five days and people worship Lakshmi – the Goddess of Wealth. All houses are cleaned and decorated with light, candles, oil lamps with the belief that Goddess Lakshmi will enter the house and bless the house with wealth and riches. During the five day festivel crows, dogs and cows are worshipped and honored with vermilion, garland and delicious food for what they have done in the lives of humans.  The festival ends with Bhai Tika – brothers’ day when sisters worship brothers for their long and healthy life, who safeguard their own lives. This is also a time for gambling in Nepal as gambling is not illegal during this festival.

 


Lhosar (The New Year of Sherpa, Tamang, Gurung and Magar communities)

Lhosar is also New Year celebrated by few ethnic groups of Nepal like Tamang, Gurung, Sherpa etc. This is the New Year of the Tibetans and Sherpas and other ethnic group of Nepal which falls in the month of January or February. The Buddhist monasteries in Kathmandu like Boudhanath and Swayambhunath are decorated with eye catching colorful prayer flags pulling the crowd towards them. The people perform traditional dances and welcome their New Year with feasts and family gatherings wearing new clothes and finest jewelry and exchange gifts. Celebratory dances can also be seen in Khumbu, Helambu and other northern regions on Nepal.

 


Maghe Sankranti

Maghe Sankranti is observed in the month of January on the first day of the month of Magh, bringing an end to the ill-omened month of Poush when all religious ceremonies are forbidden. On this day, the sun leaves its southernmost position and takes off for its northward journey, so Maghe Sankranti is similar to solstice festivals in many other traditions. People participate in holy bathing in this festival and auspicious foods like laddoo, ghee, sweet potatoes, etc. are distributed. The mother of the house wishes good health to all family members.

 


Tiji Festival

The Tiji (also pronounced “Teeji”) festival is an annual festival indigenous to Lo-Manthang (Upper Mustang). The Teeji festival usually takes place during the last week of May and lasts for 3 days. Dances are performed by the monks of Lo Manthang’s “choedhe” monastery during the celebration; the harassment of Ma Tam Ru Ta (in a dance called “Tsa Chham” on the first day), the birth of Dorjee Sonnu, the demon’s son (on the second day called “Nga Chham”), the attempt to return the demon to lord Buddha’s realm (on the third and final day). The Teeji festival dances are all organized by the Choedhe Monastery, which is of the Shakya sect of Lo Manthang. +View Detail

 


Dumji Festival

This is a very special festival in the Khumbu area celebrated in the month of May or June every year. There is much dancing, drinking and merry making in addition to the more serious rituals and dances performed by the monks. This festival is celebrated to honor the anniversary of Guru Rinpoche’s birth on the lotus flower. Lama Sangwa Dorgje is the founder of the earliest monasteries of Khumbu and he was the first to start the Dumji festival in Pangboche about 360 years ago in order to coincide with the birth anniversary of Guru Rinpoche.

 

The festival serves as a religious and community duty to help bring the villagers together. Every twenty years, it falls upon one family to provide food and drink for the entire village for the duration of the celebrations, which last for 4 days. Dumji Festival is performed by the Tengboche Monks in Tengboche, Namche Bazaar, Khumjung and Pangboche of Khumbu and Junbesi of Solu. The Festival in Namche is the most interesting and popular one among them all. +View Detail

 


Mani Rimdu Festival

Mani Rimdu is a Sherpa festival celebrated during the autumn at the Tengboche Monastery in the Everest region. Lamas and Sherpa gather at the monastery for five days – ‘for the good of the world’. There are plays, masked dances, prayers and feasts. Demons are quelled and the pious are rewarded. The festival is very colorful and ideal to combine with a trekking expedition in the Everest region. +View Detail

 


Shey Festival (a 12-years festival)

Shey Festival is the festival celebrated in Dolpo area i.e. at Shey Gompa. This festival is one of the most important festival in Buddhism. This festival occurs every 12 years. This festival occurs in the year of the dragon according to Buddhist calendar. This festival was initiated by Lama Duptop Singey Hisye in the dragon year in 790. During the dragon year, all the Dolpo-pa residents gather and circumambulate the Shey Ribo Drukda. In Buddhism ‘shey’ means ‘crystal’ and ‘Ribo Druk Dra’ means the mountain of Thunder Dragon. +View Detail

 


Sagadawa Festival

Sagadawa festival is one of the most influential religious festival in Tibet. Buddhists believe that Sakyamuni was born in April, became Buddha in April and died in April. So Sagadawa festival mainly focuses on worshiping the Buddha in the inner, middle and outer parts of Lhasa. +View Detail

 

Trekking Experts offers different trips which allow you to participate in these festivals where you can witness closely these festivals. To view festivals trips, please click here.
 

National Parks of Nepal

The geography of Nepal can be divided into high mountains, mid hills and low lands. A wide range of ecosystem from sub-tropical jungles of the Terai to the arctic conditions of Himalayan highlands are found within area of 147,181 sq. km. There are 12 national parks, 1 wildlife reserve, 6 conservation areas, 1 hunting reserve including 13 buffer zone areas in and around protected areas, covering total area od 34,186.62 sq km. (23.39%) of the country’s total land. Nepal is rich bio-diversity renders it ideal as an eco-tourism destinations. Trekking Experts has listed all national parks of Nepal in brief. +View All

Adventure Sports in Nepal

Nepal has the distinction of being one of the best adventure destinations in the world. It is a unique country in the world where you can go climbing the Himalayan peaks, trek in the scenic countryside with the mountains forming the background, raft down a river and go on jungle safari in some of the densest forests in the this part of the world, thanks to the varied elevations the country supports. Even adrenalin junkies will agree that Nepal offers extreme sports to engage in for the adrenaline rush.

 

While trekking, mountaineering and rafting have long been popular, an entire range of other possibilities from paragliding, jungee jumping, and rock climbing to mountain flight have been explored in the recent years. Nepal beckons you to be part of this experience. Below are some adventure activities and sports you can enjoy in Nepal.

 

Trekking

Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan especially in hilly areas. Trekking is relatively easy; walking on off-road trails follows well-marked trekking paths, passes, bank of rivers and through jungle. Trekking is the easiest adventure activity can be done any aged people in the natural trails, hilly regions and mountains. Generally, standard trekking are about 5 to 7 hours of gentle walking in natural trails routes. It is ideal for all type of people who love the nature, feel the wilderness and have some physical exercise without having any pain. Trekking trips takes you to the most scenic view points, reach to the base camp of giant 8000m peaks, explore the mighty hidden treasures, cultures, diversified flora and fauna and amazing people. Trekking Experts; as the specialist in trekking in the Himalaya; provides all trekking related services in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. Our trekking services include accommodation in tented camp, lodge, tea house and alpine style arrangements. +View Trekking Trips

 

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking /cycling is one of best adventure in that can be done in Nepal and Tibet. Ups and down hills, off-the beaten tracks and unnumbered valleys are the place for mountain biking. And Nepal has all of them. The geographic structure of Nepal is very suitable for adventurous mountain biking that no other country has. Mountain biking in Nepal offers you a tremendous way to see the exotic sights of Nepal such as giant mountains, rich culture, people, historical and ancient sites and life of Nepalese people. Mountain Biking over Thorong La Pass is the best and highest mountain biking in the world. Similarly biking from Lhasa to Kathmandu (Tibet to Nepal) is also one the longest mountain biking trail over passing highest passes in the world. Trekking Experts provides the mountain biking services in Nepal and Tibet. Trekking Experts has designed some special mountain biking tours where you’ll have tour guided by professional mountain biking guides. +View Mountain Biking Trips

 

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing is a challenging sport for outdoor lovers. Most of the areas for rock climbing are situated towards the north of Kathmandu in the Nagarjun Forest and Shivapuri National Park area. Hence a trip to these places can be combined with hiking, bird watching, nature tours and other activities. Nagarjun, 3 kilometers from Kathmandu city, can be reached via Balaju near the New Bus Park. The cliff here is about 12-15 meter high and is suitable for both beginners and the experienced. Shivapuri can be reached via Budhanilkhantha, which is 9 kilometers north of Kathmandu city.

In Pokhara, an artificial climbing wall named after French Alpinist Maurice Herzog, the first mountaineering even to summit an 8000 meter peak, Annapurna I, in 1950, is open at the Mountaineering Museum. it is 23 meters tall. +View Rock Climbing Trip

 

Mountaineering

South Asian countries like Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan are most popular for mountaineering (to climb mountains). Among them, Nepal is the hub for mountaineering. Nepal is the land of giant mountains. There are eight 8000 meter peaks and so more than 422 meter peaks in Nepal. Most of those mountains and peaks are climbed by many mountaineers and adventure lovers. Every year hundred of adventure lovers climb the mountains in Nepal and Trekking Experts provides all logistic supports to climb to those mountains in Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan. Climbers of Nepal especially, Sherpa climbers are worldwide renowned climbers and Trekking Experts provides climbing services to climb mountains by experience climbing Sherpas. Our climbing or expedition services include all logistic supports for climbing such as arrangement of climbing permit, catering services in the mountains, guiding and portage services in the high mountains. Trekking Experts’ climbing packages includes 6000 meter to 8000 meter mountains including highest mountain in the world Mount Everest (8848m). Following are some of climbing or expeditions packages we offer. +View Mountaineering Trips

 

Jungle Safari

Bird Watching

Annapurna Marathon

Everest Marathon

Langtang Marathon

Canyoning

Elephant Polo

Everest Sky Dive

Horse Riding

Paragliding

Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking

Bungee Jump

Mountain Flight

Ultralight Flight

World Heritage Sites In Nepal

Nepal; the Himalayan country is well known for its high mountains. But also Nepal is very famous for cultural and historical sites. Nepal has an uncountable cultural, religious and historical site which still amazes the world. Every historical and cultural site has its own feature and meaning. Out of those historical sites, UNESCO has recognized ten sites as world Heritage sites. Out of ten world heritages sites two are natural heritage sites and seven are historical and cultural sites.

 

Because of its unique architect and rich cultural importance, UNESO has listed two cultural sites and two natural sites as ‘World Heritage Site’. Cultural Sites include Kathmandu Valley and Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Kathmandu valleys include seven historical and cultural sites. Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National Park are listed as UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. Listed below are the ten world heritage sites of Nepal.

 

Kathmandu Valley

Pashupatinath Temple: The Pashupatinath Temple is considered as one of the holiest places for the Hindus. It is located 6 kilometers east of Kathmandu. The structure is a two-story building and is built in pagoda style. The site is a collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions. Pashupatinath Temple is situated at right side of the banks of the holy Bagmati River. The temple has been on the UNESCO World Heritage sites list since 1979.

 

Bouddhanath Stupa: Bouddhanath Stupa is one of the oldest and biggest monuments enlisted in the UNESCO world heritage sites. The stupa was built in around the 5th century A.D. It is a 36 –meter high unique three-level Mandala style structure. People following Buddhist religion flock in thousands during the Buddhist festivals.

 

Swayambunath Stupa: Swayambunath Stupa is believed to be around 2500 years old and because of this, it is considered probably one of the oldest monuments making its name on the list. The structure represents the four elements of earth, fire, wind, and water. The 13 rings of the spire symbolize the 13 steps of the ladder leading to Nirvana. There are 365 steps passing through which you will reach the holy site of Swayambunath stupa. The temple is listed in UNESCO world heritage sites in 1979.

 

Kathmandu Durbar Square:  Kathmandu Durbar Square is an ancient royal courtyard which lies in the heart of the capital city, Kathmandu. Another name for Kathmandu Durbar Square is Hanuman Dhoka Palace. There are many temples which are dedicated to different Hindu deities. Most of the buildings here were constructed from the 15th – 18th centuries. The palace is named after the Hindu god Hanuman, who is regarded as the protector of the entire palace.

 

Patan Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square is situated at just 8 kilometer south-east of Kathmandu city. It is one of the oldest cities in Kathmandu valley. The city was founded in the 3rd century. It is an open museum of the finest Newari craftsmanship. The Hindu and Buddhist monuments are scattered around this ancient royal courtyard.

 

Bhaktapur Durbar Square:  Bhaktapur Durbar square a unique city located 13 kilometers east of Kathmandu. It is also known as Bhadgaon. It is the complex consists of at least four distinct squares. They are namely Durbar Square, Taumadhi Square, Dattatreya Square, and Pottery Square. The collective distinct squares are known as the Bhaktapur Durbar square.

 

Changu Narayan Temple: Changu Narayan Temple is located on a high hilltop that is also known as Changu. This historic structure was built around the 3rd century A.D. The area was surrounded by forest with a champak tree and a small village known as Changu Village. It is located 12 kilometer east of Kathmandu and few miles north of Bhaktapur.

 

Lumbini

Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha and it was enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1997. It is one of the holiest places for Buddhist pilgrimages. There are several temples including the Mayadevi Temple along with many others which are under repair. Many monuments, monasteries, and a museum, the Lumbini International Research Institute is also within this holy site.

 

Chitwan National Park

The Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal and was established in the year 1973. It was granted the status of World Heritage site in 1984. Chitwan National Park was formerly known as the Royal Chitwan National Park. This park is home to many different species of wildlife. These also include the famous Asian one-horned rhino and the Royal Bengal tiger. +View Detail

 

Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park is located in Solukhumbu district of Nepal which has made to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It became the country’s first national park which was inscribed as a Natural World Heritage site in 1979. +View Detail

 

Best Trekking Agency in Nepal

Trekking Experts is Nepal’s best trekking agency. Trekking Experts provided the best travel and trekking services in Nepal since 2013. As Trekking Experts is  the best trekking agency in Nepal, it is also known as Nepal’s best tour operator. Trekking Experts has been providing all travel related services for Nepal and it is now ranked as top ten tour operator in Nepal. By using its extensive knowledge and experience in the Himalaya, Trekking Experts trekking specialist  in Nepal. As one of   Nepal’s leading travel agency and trekking company, Trekking Experts has been always on travelers’ choice for Nepal.

 

We provide best travel deals with no hidden cost. We provide best price to its customers/partners which make cheapest travel to Nepal. We provide excellent travel services and it is one Nepal’s award-wining trekking company of Nepal. As a Local tour operators of Nepal or Local trekking agency in Nepal, we provide ground handling services to our partners from across the globe. Trekking Experts is expert in hiking, trekking, mountaineering and other travel activities such as rafting, wildlife safaris, mountain biking, cultural tours and spiritual tours. Trekking Experts offers both pre-planned itineraries and custom travel services. We provide travel services for group travelers and individuals. Trekking Experts provides logistic supports for all travel related activities for our international partners. Our work includes arranging all logistic supports for trekking permit, hotel booking, ticket booking, and transfer arrangement, providing guide services, porter services, catering or tented camping services, rescue services and ground handling services for our international partners and their travelers. Trekking Experts is expert in trekking in Nepal and one of the best local trekking agency in Nepal owned by Nepalese.

 

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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan especially in hilly areas. Trekking is relatively easy; walking on off-road trails follows well-marked trekking paths, passes, bank of rivers and through jungle. Trekking is the easiest adventure activity can be done any aged people in the natural trails, hilly regions and mountains. Generally, standard trekking are about 5 to 7 hours of gentle walking in natural trails routes. It is ideal for all type of people who love the nature, feel the wilderness and have some physical exercise without having any pain. Trekking trips takes you to the most scenic view points, reach to the base camp of giant 8000m peaks, explore the mighty hidden treasures, cultures, diversified flora and fauna and amazing people. Trekking Experts; as the specialist in trekking in the Himalaya; provides all trekking related services in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. Our trekking services include accommodation in tented camp, lodge, tea house and alpine style arrangements.

 

Trekking in Nepal is very popular. Everest region, Annapurna region, Langtang Region, Manalsu Region, Mustang Region, Dolpa region, Kanchenjunga region, Makalu region, Dhaulagiri region and Rara region are the most popular trekking region of Nepal. Every year thousands of people visit Nepal for trekking and for their holidays in Nepal. Trek to Nepal is very easy one. Please Click Here to view Nepal’s top ten treks. 

 

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