We offer a variety of tours, treks, and cultural tours. Experience lush forests, spectacular mountain views, and a glimpse of authentic Himalayan life. Treks vary in length and experience level, from beginner to intermediate. Please explore the links below for detailed information and trip itineraries.
This trek will take you as close to the top of the world as you can get without climbing Mt. Everest. Everest Base Camp, 5340 meters above sea level, is the starting point for Everest expeditions that originate in Nepal. You will have gorgeous views of the remarkable Khumbu icefall from here.
This is a short trek that will bring you face-to-face with Mt. Everest, the world’s highest peak. The teahouse trek provides a variety of different experiences including glimpses of Himalayan Thar and peacocks, forays into the history of mountaineering, over 8 suspension bridges, and spectacular views of the highest peak in the world.
On this trek, you will experience it all, close proximity to more than a dozen towering Himalayan peaks, lush forests in Besi Sahar, glaciers near the kingdom of Manang, barren landscape with strong winds lashing on your face in Muktinath, and the highlight of the trek: crossing the snow line to reach an elevation of 5416 meters at the Thorung La Pass, higher even than Everest Base Camp.
Trek into the valley of wonders with this week-long trip to Langtang. Your adventure starts when you get on the sharply winding road from Kathmandu to Syavrubesi.
The Ghorepani-Poon Hill trek is among the most popular trails in Nepal, and it lives up to expectations. While fairly short and easy, this hike packs a punch with spectacular views of the Annapurnas throughout.
Kathmandu Valley, the beating heart of Nepal, is full of irresistible sights, smells and sounds. At every turn, you can see historic temples and palaces, catch glimpses of the Himalayas, or enjoy the many festivals such as Rato Macchendranath or Bhote Jatra that are celebrated on the streets. A fascinating combination of the old and the new, Kathmandu valley is home to six UNESCO world heritage sites. Apart from the major attractions, you can enjoy the valley’s Newari culture, especially its mouth-watering dishes such as momos and chhoe-la.
Depending on the season and your preferences, we will select different adventure sports: bungee jumping, white water rafting, paragliding, zipline, mountain biking, canyoning or rock climbing.