Kilimanjaro Climb: Lemosho Crater Route


This is our most popular itinerary for its beauty and the excitement of spending an overnight at 18,800 feet inside the crater on Kilimanjaro. Climbers spend 9 total days on the mountain for maximum acclimatization. The route takes us from the west across the Shira Plateau, with an ascent to the base of the Lava Tower, which you will be able to climb for magnificent 360 degree vistas. In the early morning, we approach the crater from the southwest through the Western Breach, a rock scramble made challenging by snow, loose rocks and high altitude. After the overnight camped in the soft sand of the crater, we have a sunrise climb to Uhuru Peak before descending toward the southeast and incredible views of Mawenzi, Kilimanjaro’s remnant volcanic cone.

Kilimanjaro Climb: Machame Route

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, as well as one of the best known mountains in the world. The climb to Mt. Kilimanjaro is non- technical and from the summit 5,895m or 19,340ft the expansive views across Africa, diverse flora and landscapes is captivating. Kilimanjaro looks like an island, surrounded by the hot and dry plains of Africa. It amazes all with its widely contrasting vegetation; from rain forest to moorlands to its towering cliffs and glaciers. Kilimanjaro is also considered the world’s highest free standing mountain located in Tanzania bordering with Kenya.

We climb the mountain via the picturesque Machame Route which traverses several of the scenic micro-environments found at the different elevations on the mountain. The route passes through a dormant volcano, the climb to Kilimanjaro is occasionally steeper in some section, a towering cliff of snow and ice is dramatically in descending order from the summit slopes. Each day we ascend through the various climatic zones, each with unique and different views and highlights. Close to the top of the mountain, the route takes you close to some of the summit glaciers that glisten in the morning light. It is a view to behold as you take those final steps to the summit.

Tanzania Adventure Camping Safari


If you are looking for the ultimate safari experience in Africa, then Tanzania is the right destination to explore. Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa as well as one of the best wildlife viewing destinations in the world. Here, you can explore famous reserves and game parks, pristine African wilderness of the Ngorongoro crater and witness the greatest wildlife migration on the endless plains of Serengeti. At Lake Manyara you can observe over 300 migratory birds, including flamingos, long-crested eagles and grey-headed kingfishers and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding. Serengeti is undoubtedly the best- known wildlife sanctuary and home to an incredible wildlife and natural beauty.

Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, is also located in Tanzania, with its bulk looming 4800m above an undulating plain.

Tanzania Safari (5N / 6D)

Tanzania is one of the most popular safari destinations in Eastern Africa blessed with natural splendor, numerous natural parks and game reserves for sightseeing wildlife, awe-inspiring landscapes of Tarangire, shallow alkaline Lake of Manyara, the breathtaking Ngorongoro crater with the immense volcanic caldera and seductive beaches.Mt Kilimanjaro one of the world’s greatest outdoor challenges is all within the territory of Tanzania. Its snow-capped peak is a spectacular sight to behold.

At night enjoy at cozy safari lodges relaxing over a tasty dinner around the fire. Wake up early to watch the sunrise over the horizon, have a sumptuous breakfast and enjoy a leisure drive to a game viewing spot. From the thrill of being on safari to the cultural exploration, interacting with locals make Tanzania safari trip a lifetime experience. Trips can be organized throughout the year on request.

Mt. Broad Peak Expedition

Broad Peak is the twelfth highest mountain in the world at the elevation of 8,051 m. (26,414 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Karakoram mountain range about 8 km away from K2 along the Baltoro glacier in northeastern Pakistan. Its summit ridge is almost 2 km long, thus British explorer W.M. Conway thought Broad Peak was a suitable name. En route to base camp of Broad Peak, climbers can visit the Gasherbrums, the Trangos, K2, and Chogolisa.

If weather permits, both Chogolisa and K2 can be seen from the upper reaches as well as from base camp of this extraordinary mountain. Its name was originally set as K3, as in the third mountain measured in the Karakoram Range, right after the famous K2. But when on-lookers later viewed the peak in closer detail, they discovered that its summit was over a mile long, and therefore the name Broad Peak.

However, it is one of the safer 8000m peaks, but the risk of avalanches cannot be ignored!


An unexpected situation can always occur, especially this part of the region. So please make sure your Travel Insurance includes right level of Cancellation Cover for you.

Nanga Parbat Expedition

Nanga Parbat (literally means Naked Mountain in Hindi/Urdu) is the ninth highest mountain in the world with a summit elevation of 8,126 m. (26,660 ft.) above sea level. Technically it is the second hardest 8,000-meter peak in Pakistan after K2.  It lies in the Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan. The north face is very threatening due to unstable glaciers, frequent storms and avalanches. In contrast to the south face’s steep rock and ice the snowy, north face is guarded by a broad barrier of seracs that extend the width of the mountain.

Nanga Parbat is the most easily accessible of all 8000m mountains with base camps approachable in as little as two days from Gilgit. In search of adventure and thrill the first German expedition team led by Herman Buhl successfully reached the summit in 1953 via the Rakhiot Glacier and East Ridge. But this success was achieved only after having lost eleven climbers and fifteen porters during the ascent. Many other climbers have subsequently been killed on this mountain. This is why this mountain was nicknamed the “Killer Mountain.” Reinhold Messner, a living legend in mountaineering from Italy, says that “Nanga Parbat has become known in the world as the highest rock and ice wall mountain!”.


An unexpected situation can always occur, especially this part of the region. So please make sure your Travel Insurance includes right level of Cancellation Cover for you.

Mt. Gasherbrum II Expedition

Gasherbrum II is the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, and the thirteenth highest peak in the world. It is generally considered one of the easiest 8000 meter peaks, though like any mountain of its stature, an ascent is not to be taken lightly. Located on the Pakistan-China border in Gilgit-Baltistan region, climbing to this mountain is much different than Nepal and China.

For some climbers it is quite challenging to summit but one can content with nature on all levels. Its beauty belies the harsh terrain, giving one the sense of Shangri-La.


An unexpected situation can always occur, especially this part of the region. So please make sure your Travel Insurance includes right level of Cancellation Cover for you.

Mt. K2 Expedition

K2 is the world’s second highest mountain after Mt. Everest. It is located on the border between China and Pakistan. It is said to be much more technically difficult to summit than Mt. Everest. The most popular and generally considered one of the most dangerous routed, is the Abruzzi Spur. While passing through this avalanche prone route, we have to be very careful. K2 is also called ‘The Savage Mountain’ due to the extreme difficulty of ascent and highest fatality rate among the world’s eight thousand highest mountains. From the summit, we can see the entire Karakoram Range, including the Gasherbrums (I-VII), Masherbrum, Mustagh Tower and Chogolisa.

We can complete K2 expedition less than eight weeks (from/to Islamabad) or as long as ten weeks or more depending on the weather conditions. After the summit we cross over the 6000 meter high Gondogoro Pass and descend to the beautiful green Hushe valley until we reach Skardu.


An unexpected situation can always occur, especially this part of the region. So please make sure your Travel Insurance includes right level of Cancellation Cover for you.

Bangkok Ayutthaya Chiang Mai Tour

This 10 Days / 09 Nights Bangkok to Chiang Mai Package  tour is the perfect combination to explore the local life, culture and  nature  of  the central plains of Thailand. During the tour , you will visit  many different places.

The trip has encompassed the varieties of ancient temples, lovely Thai culture and the tradition on route, the local life style in Thai’s way such as the Train market and Damnoensaduak Floating market as well as the unseen nature of Hup Pa Tat Cave. In addition, you will also visit  the historical site like the Death Rail road from the 2nd World War over the River Kwae and the cemetery. This is the  perfect trip which you begin  from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and enjoy exploring  different sights on the journey. You shouldn’t miss this tour  if you plan to visit Thailand.

Annapurna Full Circuit Trek

Annapurna Full Circuit Trek is a classic trekking journey that circumnavigates the huge Annapurna massif. The trail passes through a variety of diverse landscapes, ranging from green sub-tropical rainforest, beautiful valleys and cultivated fields, to wooded alpine and high altitude desert. Annapurna Full Circuit Trek starts from Beshishahar and follows the River Marshyandi until we reach the highest point Thorong La Pass (5416 m). En route we will visit many different ethnic villages, meeting with the local people and enjoy frequent spectacular views of gigantic Himalayan Peaks that include Mount Annapurnas and Mount Manaslu. Descending to the west we enter the barren Tibet- like valley of Kali Gandaki which is the world’s deepest gorge. At lower altitudes, we walk through forests of schema and chestnut up to 2000 m and beyond a great many species of oaks and rhododendrons especially in temperate zones at elevation up to 3000 m. In this Annapurna region, one can discover 30 species of rhododendrons along the trails.

The other highlight of the Annapurna region is one can explore amazing local cultures and different castes and tribes living at lower hills, mid-hills and higher altitudes. The Kali Gandaki valley is inhabited by the Thakalis, in lower hills and one can experience Hindu culture and at higher altitudes Buddhist culture. There are many Buddhist monasteries on the high mountains.

Annapurna Full Circuit Trek is the world’s best walking trail and every trekking enthusiast must do it. This trek offers a comfortable tea house (lodge) and food on the entire route and it is highly recommended for those who are confident of their fitness and stamina.


Around 314 -km long Annapurna Full Circuit Trek is one of the best trekking routes in the world. It is a must-visit trekking destination to experience all the naturally rich terrain and spectacular vistas around the Annapurna Conservation Area.

Mt. Himlung Expedition

Himlung Expedition is a challenging experience that takes climbers to the summit of one of the Himalayas’ most remote and beautiful mountains. Located in the Manaslu region of Nepal, Mount Himlung is a 7,126-meter peak that offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Annapurna, Manaslu, and Dhaulagiri.

The Himlung Expedition typically begins in Kathmandu, where climbers will prepare for the trek to base camp. The trek takes about 7-10 days and passes through some of Nepal’s most remote and beautiful villages. Once at base camp, climbers will spend several days acclimatizing to the altitude and setting up high camps.

The climbing is technically moderate, but the high altitude and challenging weather conditions make it a challenging expedition. Climbers typically spend 3-4 days climbing to the summit and then 2-3 days descending back to base camp.

Mount Himlung (7,126 m /23,373ft) is recently opened climbing peak in the Manaslu region near the Tibetan border. Previously this area was restricted until the Nepal Government opened it in 1992 for tourism. It is a perfect summit to gain experience to attempt an 8000m peak in Nepal. The climbing expedition follows first the route of the Annapurna Circuit until Koto and from Koto it turns towards the spectacular valley of Nar-phu village bordered at the upper end of one of the pastures belonging to Phu.

The route from Manang to Phu village is newly opened and has not been visited by many tourists till now. The terrain is mainly composed of high peaks, passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow gullies, forests, rocks, springs, Buddhist monasteries and ancient settlements. Panoramic views on the Manaslu Range, the Annapurna Range, Gangapurna, Ratna Chuli and many other mountains are part of the trip. Mount Himlung is not technically difficult to climb but it does require a high level of fitness and a bit alpinism climbing experience. The Base Camp is set up at 4850 meters followed by 3 high camps- Camp I at 5450 m., Camp II at 5800 m and Camp III at 6350m before reaching the Summit.  We have been organizing expedition to this mountain almost every year with high rate of success.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek – Classic

Classic Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a picturesque walking journey that takes to the foothills of the Annapurna South. It is also popularly called Annapurna Sanctuary Trekking. Trekking to Annapurna Base is highly recommended for those who love to explore the rich cultural diversities, typical Nepalese villages, enjoy the flora and fauna and enjoy the panoramic view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range in Nepal.

The journey to the Annapurna Base Camp kicks off from Pokhara with a one-hour drive to Nayapul. From Nayapul the trek begins to Tikhedhunga (1540m.) through terraced fields of potatoes, mustard, corn, and vegetables, past small villages of stone-built houses and then, higher altitude, through forests of bamboo and of flowering rhododendrons up to glaciated terrain. While on trek one can enjoy outstanding Himalayan mountain views in the distance.  From Chhomrong, we walk up the Modi Khola gorge which takes us into the heart of the base camp and some of the most spectacular mountain scenery on earth.

Walking slowly and steadily takes us to  Machhapuchare Base Camp and ultimately we reach Base Camp of Annapurna South. The huge south face of Annapurna (8091 m.) provides an impressive backdrop, while the up-close views of towering peaks over 6000 m. inspires a joy and life experience for every trekker. With superb views of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli in the backdrop, the base camp is a great place to spend one or two days.

The extraordinary variety of ecosystem is compressed into two weeks of Annapurna Base Camp trekking. The Annapurna south-facing slope of the base camp is covered with dense of the tropical jungle of rhododendron and bamboo. On the other hand, the alpine region above 3000 m in the north offers dry rain shadow area with the colder climate similar to the Tibetan plateau.

We return to Phedi via Dhampus (1650m.) and catch our vehicle for Pokhara. This area is well developed with lodge facilities.

Sterling Tour of Myanmar

Sterling Tour of Myanmar, is exciting mix of architecture and sites. The streets are filled with historical buildings many of which have a faded colonial charm not seen elsewhere in Asia. The tour introduces you to provide a great overview of Bagan’s history, culture and local lifestyles. Today see the real way of life for most Myanmar people by visiting villages near Bagan to view the local lifestyle.

Visit the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the most holy religious site in southern Shan State. Be amazed by the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Visiting Inle Lake is not just about being on the water but also about discovering the Shan and Intha villages on the banks of the river. Pass the endless floating gardens, houses, monasteries built on stilts on the lake.


NOTE: Published rates are per person based on mimimum 2 travellers.

Cruising on Barwell Island

Cruising on Barwell Island is the small, yacht journey to sail towards the famed Barwell Island in Myanmar, or as many still refer to it, Burma. It will take you to remote areas where you will rarely see other yachts and the only humans you are likely to encounter are the friendly Moken Sea Gypsies who roam the area in their small boats, like their ancestors have done for centuries. The reefs are in excellent condition and yachts can explore new sites seldom visited as the Archipelago was strictly closed to all foreigners until opening in 1997. Not many yachts pass through this remote islands and the natural wonders, islands, sea life and exoticness of Burma is second to none with pristine sandy beaches in a completely untouched world, a special place.

Guests experience the wonders of the river and sights along its shores with timeless elegance. Enjoy excellent and attentive service and featured regional and western cuisine specially prepared by expertly trained culinary staff.

Discovering North Vietnam

From the architectural splendor of Hanoi, spectacular Halong Bay, charming Hoi An, historic Hue, dynamic Saigon to the Tay ninh and Cu chi Tunnel, this trip captures the best of Vietnam from north to south.

Trail To The Mongolian Nomads

Between the eyes and ears a palm wide, just like lies and truth. See the truth with their own eyes.Immerse yourself in the life of the nomads of the Felt Nation and have plenty of opportunities to experience the Mongolian horse culture. The hospitality of the nomads will inspire you. Enjoy an adventurous hike through the beautiful, quiet countryside. [Tour Mongolia]

Contrasts of Mongolia

Contrast of Mongolia Tour is especially designed featuring different regions of this landlocked country. The trip begins in the capital, Ulaanbaatar and traverses through the country’s colorful towns, ancient ruins and stunning National Parks. During the overland journey, it takes 4-7 hours driving from one to other destination.

You will experience the lifestyle of Nomads, Ger (Mongolian traditional dome-shaped dwelling camp), explore contrasts of naturel treasures throughout the journey. Tucked away between Russia and China, Mongolia has long been one of the world’s most admired destination for every traveler. En route you will also visit the ancient capital of Mongolia, Karakorum, located on the north-eastern slopes of the Khangai Mountain founded by the then Mongolian emperor Genghis Khan in 1220. But, later Karakorum lost its glory after the attack by the army of the Min Dynasty.

This tour can also be offered on a customized basis as per the dates suitable to you, your friends or family at the most affordable cost.


If you dream of a paradise with wide white sandy beaches, lush nature with elephants and leopards, as well as a hospitable population with a millennium long story, then Sri Lanka is the answer.

The island is a gold mine of experiences for all your senses. Colors, scents, flavors and sounds blend in a fascinating cocktail of impressions. Religions, traditions and Portuguese, Dutch and English colonists provide an unusually rich cultural history.

Sri Lanka is unprecedented as we end with a couple of relaxing days at the dazzling white sandy beaches of the island’s southern part. You can extend your beach stay with a few days if you need a real-day vacation…

Authentic Sri Lanka

Authentic Sri Lanka tour program has been designed to offer the real rural Sri Lankan experience for the holidaymakers. This little island nation boasts of vastly diversified attractions enabling visitors to travel around and experience the best of Sri Lanka in a short holiday. You will visit the ancient cultural cities, lush green tea estates in the hill country and beautiful soft sandy and remote beaches. Explore an evergreen rainforest, or some stunning wildlife parks, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient historic cities, Buddhist temples or be enthralled by the colorful local festivals as they take to the streets.

Some accommodations are provided in real Sri Lankan styled lodges to gain the best experience of Sri Lankan lifestyle. These lodges provide comfortable accommodation in rustic environs. The package is filled with lots of activities for you to enjoy while you experience the real Sri Lankan rural culture.

During the tour you will discover some great places to stay in; taste exotic local cuisine both spicy and delicious, learn about the local customs and traditions while enjoying the warm kindness of the locals. You will see the traditional Sri Lankan drummers stirring up a rhythm and decoratively dressed dancers showing their amazing moves. Also, you will see fireworks and fire stunts in a show that truly has something for all.


Goa Beach Tour

Popularly known as “Tourist Paradise”, Goa is a small lush green tiny state of India located on the western coast of India.  Every year a large number of tourists from all parts of the world come to Goa to spend their holiday on its lovely beaches This small city is also equally popular for the magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses. Goa has a multi-hued and distinctive lifestyle quite different from the rest of India.

Hindu and Catholic communities make up almost the entire population with minority representation of Muslims and other religions. It is destination of must visit at least once in ones’ life. Water fun, water sports, music dance, trance party, discothèques, night clubs etc are also some other attractions of Goa

Incredible North India Tour

The northern region of India welcomes its visitors with its myriad colours of its cultural diversity, geographical splendour, culinary delights and historical heritage. Great empires and cultures flourished in this region all of which has left their imprints on the region giving birth to a rich cultural assortment rarely found elsewhere. The national capital of India, Delhi is the historic city showcasing varied monuments of national and historic significance.
While Delhi charms with is historic heritage, the cities of Agra and Jaipur lure the visitors with their fine artistry, reminiscent of the age of royalty, the stunning palaces and forts of Jaipur are beyond comparison.  The sight of one of Wonders of the World- Taj Mahal is possibly the greatest attraction of this tour and is further coupled with visit to other UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the city of Agra. To every visitor Khajuraho & Varanasi offers a breathtaking experience.

Trip Highlights

Indo Nepal Golden Triangle Tour

Indo Nepal Golden Triangle Tour is touched of both Nepal & India facinating tours. While in India, most captivating potpourri of North India offering the variety & flavor both in terms of time & value. The historic cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur combine to provide travelers with a glimpse into the majesty of North India’s Golden Triangle, which encompasses a wealth of architectural wonders. The Hawa Mahal (Palace Of The Winds) and the City Palace, with its armoury and museum in the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, will transport you to that fascinating past. A definite highlight will be the thrilling elephant-back ride to the dramatic hilltop fortress of Amber. En route to Agra you will visit the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri. This massive habitat was abandoned due to lack of water. Today, it remains a testament to the master builders of the Mughal Empire.

Finally, in Agra, you will see the fabulous Taj Mahal, explore the Red Fort with its assortment of palaces, moats and audience halls. Of particular interest is the marble balcony from where the imprisoned Shah Jahan looked out at his marvellous creation, the Taj Mahal.

koshi Tappi Wildfire Reserve 2 night/ 3 days

Located 450km east of Kathmandu, the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a popular destination to explore the vast expanse of blue waters and lush jungle areas. It is considered the major attraction of the safari. The reserve provides an important habitat for a variety of rare species of birds, wild buffalo (Arna) and fresh water Dolphins including several migratory species such as the sarus crane from Siberia. A total of 280 different species of birds have been recorded and these include many varieties of ducks, ibis, storks, egrets and herons, as well as the endangered swamp partridges and Bengal floricans.

The trip to the Reserve can be combined with an extended trip to Darjeeling and Sikkim.

The best time to visit this fabulous wildlife reserve is between October to March when much of the migratory and local birds can be spotted at the Koshi barrage and many of the river channels. Numerous Himalayan peaks including the Makalu I (8,463m), the fifth highest mountain in the world can also be seen clearly during the clear cooler day of the year.

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve -3 Night/4 Days

Located 450km east of Kathmandu, the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a popular destination to explore the vast expanse of blue waters and lush jungle areas. It is considered the major attraction of the safari. The reserve provides an important habitat for a variety of  rare species of birds, wild buffalo (Arna) and fresh water Dolphins including several migratory species such as the sarus crane from Siberia. A total of 280 different species of birds have been recorded and these include many varieties of ducks, ibis, storks, egrets and herons, as well as the endangered swamp partridges and Bengal floricans. The trip to the Reserve can be combined with an extended trip to Darjeeling and Sikkim.

The best time to visit this fabulous wildlife reserve is between October to March when much of the migratory and local birds can be spotted at the Koshi barrage and many of the river channels. Numerous Himalayan peaks including the Makalu I (8,463m), the fifth highest mountain in the world can also be seen clearly during the clear cooler day of the year.

Bardia Jungle Safari 2 Nights/ 3 Days

Located in the far west lowland region of NepalBardia is the largest of all the National Parks in the area and the second popular travel destination for those looking for jungle safari tour in Nepal. It has covered an area of  968 and is densely forested by Sal trees and carpeted with grass, Savannah, and Riverine Vegetation. The park has been natural habitats for most of the endangered species like the Rhinoceros, Wild Elephant, Tiger, Swamp Deer, Black Buck, Glacial, Crocodile, and Gangetic Dolphins, Endangered birds include the Bengal Florican, Lesser Florican, Silver-Eared Mesia and Sarus Crane.

This is the real natural park of endless potential for the wildlife enthusiasts to see from great migratory herds of the wild Indian Elephant to an incredible abundance and variety of bird life. Thus, the abundant of wildlife activities on Bardia National Park make the package tour of  2 nights / 3 days in Nepal is very memorable and exotic one. We offer Elephant-back Safari, Walking Safari, Bird Watching, Jeep Safari, Culture tours, Tharu dance and much more. The best time to visit Bardia  National Park is from October to end June.

For details of our standard 2 nights / 3 days fully inclusive package tour, please contact us via email

Bardia National Park – 3 Nights/4 Days

The Bardia National Park is one of the largest but the least explored and not crowded park in Nepal, that was established in 1988. Covering an area of 968 sq. km, it is  adjoined the eastern bank of the Karnali River and bisected by the Babai River in the Bardia District. Its northern limits are demarcated by the crest of the Siwalik Hills.

It is thickly forested by Sal trees, and is carpeted with grass, Savannah and deep forest. It is home to endangered species like the rhinoceros, wild elephant, tiger, swamp deer, black buck, gharial, crocodile and Gangetic dolphin. Endangered birds include the Bengal florican, lesser florican, silver- eared mesia and sarus crane. The Bardia National Park was initially a Royal hunting reserve. It was in 1982 the park was renamed as Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve which also included the Babai River Valley. It was only in 1988 that is was granted a status of National Park in order to preserve the dwindling species of a rare ecosystem, including flora and fauna, particularly the tiger and its other prey species.

This park provides excellent habitat for most of the endangered species of wildlife and birds. Since 1994 basic facilities were provided for independent visitors.

Chitwan National Park – 1 Night/ 2 Days

Chitwan National Park is listed as a Natural World Heritage Site and is the most popular safari destination in Nepal. It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. It covers a unique ecosystem, containing hills, ox-bow lakes, and floodplains. Dominated by Sal forests, the park has 50 species of grasses. The 56 species of animals include the endangered one- horned rhino, the spotted chital, Royal Bengal tiger, Gharial crocodile, gaur, wild elephant, four horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, Gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard, cobra Krait and the rat snake. 544 species of birds and 126 species of fish have been found  in the park

Elephant safari provides an opportunity to get a closer view of the endangered One-horned Rhinoceros. You may also get a glimpse of the elusive Bengal tiger.  Visitors can get information on the domesticated elephant and the baby elephants born at the Elephant Breeding Center at Khorsor in Sauraha.

The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is from October to February, this is the dry season and many possibilities of seeing the tiger and other wildlife as they are more likely to visit waterholes in a few concentrated areas. It is also possible to visit Chitwan from March to May, however, the grasses are seen growing longer allowing some of the animals to hide and from June onward it gets very hot and humid.

The summer days are typically hot with 30 degree Celsius on average day temperature. The monsoon usually begins at the end of June and continues until September. The mean annual rainfall is about 2150 mm and during this time of the year rivers are flooded and most of the roads are virtually closed.

Chitwan National Park – 3 Nights/4 Days

The most famous and Nepal’s first national park. this ‘ World Heritage Nature Site’ declared by UNESCO is situated in the central development region of Nepal, covering an area of 932 sq. Royal Chitwan National Park is the home to more than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and Royal Bengal Tigers. This is also the home to around 600 plant species, 50 mammals, 526 birds and 49 amphibians and reptiles. For jungle safari Royal Chitwan National park is famous. Here you will travel through open grassland and dense forest on elephant back and while doing this you will come across different wild animals including rhinos, different kind of deer’s, wild boars, and in rare cases, tigers.

Another way you can experience this wild world is by 4 wheel drive jeep. By jeep or elephant back, you can go deep into the heart of the park, viewing some of the rare species of flora and fauna. You can also go on foot in to the park escorted by our well-trained naturalist who will interpret to you the concealed secrets of the jungle. You will have a great opportunity to see many species of birds including water fowl, Brahminy ducks, pintails, bar-headed geese, cormorants, woodpeckers, hornbills, peacocks, peahens, floricans, red-headed trogons and many others.

Another activity in the park is the boat/canoe trip down the Rapti and the Narayani Rivers. This is one of the more serene ways to explore the area as float downstream with the river’s flow. On the out skirts of Chitwan you can the Tharu community, and see their artistically decorated thatched huts, their typical dance and how they manage life next to the national park. A Chitwan jungle safari is certainly an adventure that the whole family can enjoy.

Chitwan National Park – 2 Nights/ 3 Days

Chitwan Jungle Safari is perhaps the best in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is unfenced and here you can see wildlife runs hither and thither freely. Great Vision Trek offers 2 Nights 3 Days Chitwan Jungle safari for those who love to experience the excitement of wildlife activity with an exploration of local Tharu culture and various flora and fauna. You will find yourself in the different world of relaxation and pleasure amidst nature.

This unforgettable safari tour will take you to witness an amazing spectacle of wildlife – inside the park. In the morning you will enjoy elephant riding inside the park watching the various activities of wildlife around and in the mid-day sun elephant bathing in the river ( in Summer), Jungle Walk, Canoe ride, Village Walk and Visit  Crocodile breeding center with the naturalist guide. In the evening you will attend a   dance cultural program performed by the Tharus. You will spend your night in the wilderness at a comfortable eco-friendly resort in complete serenity and next day morning wake up to the chirping sound of birds.

Your day excursion will take you to the less crowded and unspoiled spots enriched in a wild beauty. During elephant ride you will see a wide variety of birds, other animals include Wild One- horned rhino, the spotted chital, Royal Bengal Tiger, Crocodile, Gharial. Wild elephant, Four- horn antelope, monkeys, snakes, Pangolin, Gangetic dolphin and Barking Deer.

Sandakphu-Phalut Trek

Sandakphu – Phalut trek located at an altitude of 3636 m along the Singalila Ridge is a moderate one and quite popular among tourists to witness the most visually stimulating view of the majestic Mt. Kanchenjunga and a host of other stunning peak.

The grandeur of snow capped mountains, battalions of colorful wild flowers like primulas, rhododendron, magnolias, orchids and many other sub-alpine flowers, the melodic chirp of birds filling the air and the fresh green smell… soaking in all of this would definitely elate all your senses during the trek. Of course, you will have to make an effort and trek uphill to experience this ‘top of the world’ feeling but we assure you it is definitely worthwhile.

If you plan your travel to Darjeeling, make sure you don’t miss out on Sandakphu Phalut trekking for lifetime experience.

Singalila to Sandakphu Trek

Singalila to Sandakphu Trek is one of the popular trekking routes encompassing the areas southwest of Dzongri.  We trek several days along the Singalila Range, the lesser mountain chain that rises from the northern hills of Darjeeling and extends to converge with the Kanchenjunga massif.

The Singalila range demarcates the western borders of Sikkim and Darjeeling with Nepal. As we trek through this razor-edged borderline ridge, spectacular views abound on both sides with rare species of rhododendron in bloom (at the right season), and an occasional herd of yaks with its herder will be our only source of contact along the trails for quite a number of days.

Yuksom – Dzongri Trek

Starting at altitude of 1760 m through wild and uninhabited alpine landscapes, this trek is truly a spectacular one. The trail runs through the meadows of Dzongri at 4,000 meters with superb close views of Mt Kangchenjunga, the 3rd highest peak of the world.

The trek from Yuksom to Dzongri is among the strenuous ones in Sikkim. Even the experienced trekking guides and porters get tired in completing this trek. The natural beauty and close up view of the snow capped Himalayan peaks make this trek worthwhile. For adventure- loving trekkers it would be a lifetime experience.

Sikkim Green Lake Trek

Sikkim Green Lake Trek is a very spectacular trek to Green Lake, situated at the foothills of Mt. Kanchenjunga and considered the most enchanting of all treks in North Sikkim with natural beauty and close up views of soaring Himalayan peaks. Very few trekkers have explored this area till date.

There are vast tracts of thick conifer forest, with several varieties of rhododendrons, and many colorful flowers, birds and waterfalls on both sides of the trails. trek takes you to one of the regions in Sikkim. The Green Lake base camp is above 5000m. So, proper acclimatization is required for trekkers to avoid altitude sickness. Since there are no trekkers’ huts or lodges along the trails, so we must be entirely self-sufficient, with proper trekking equipments, food, porters etc.

Way Of The Dragon

A week-long private tour in Bhutan allows you to explore the best of cultural and natural attractions. Begin your journey with your own vehicle, personal guide and driver visiting all the major sites of tourist interest, meet the local people, experience Bhutanese culture and tradition. While driving through Punakha, the ancient winter capital in a sub-tropical valley, you will enjoy being in the midst of luxuriant forests of rhododendron and magnolic. Here, you will relax at a luxurious farm house style lodge, hike through rural farming villages, enjoy the beautiful panoramic views of the Punakha valley and visit the Punakha Dzong.

Your tour concludes at Paro, a small resort-town where you will visit the National Museum, explore the surrounding Paro valley, visit Tiger’s Nest, a spectacular monastery climbing to a cliff. Apart from touring you will do some shopping for Himalayan handicrafts, Buddhist items or simply relaxing and enjoy traditional Bhutanese Spa treatments.

Paro Tshechu Festival

The Paro is one of the major festivals held every spring in Bhutan. This festival is observed with great festivity and joy. Buddhist monks and local people perform masked dances and dramas in the festival. Masked dancers are dressed in elaborate silk brocade costumes, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil. The sounds of trumpets, cymbals and flutes resounds the air. Devotees dressed in traditional costume flock to the Paro Dzong to seek divine blessing during these auspicious days. The festival is observed in three specific parts- the pre-festival rituals on the first day, ceremonies are undertaken on the second day inside the Paro Dzong and the main festivities on the festival ground on the remaining three days.

Spirit of Bhutan Tour

Bhutan is a perfect holiday destination for those who look for peace and seclusion during their holidays.Nestling in the heart of the great Himalaya, Bhutan is still untouched by modernization.Bhutan is often referred as the “Land of the Peaceful Dragon” and is still regarded as one of the last Shangri La in the Himalayan region. Towns are tiny, little more than villages, with quiet streets lined by decorative shops and houses.

Himalayan Buddhism flourishes here, little changed by time, Bhutan is still untouched by world’s events.Maintaining its own very special architectural traditions Bhutan’s monasteries, forts are incredible repositories of sacred texts and images, paintings and wall murals.

Colorful prayer flags highlight natural and man-made features of the landscape, adorning houses and bridges; standing atop ridges and mountain passes and in forest clearings

Phobjikha & Haa valley Tour

Phobjikha & Haa valley Tour is one of the most scenic and wonderful tour in western Bhutan. During the tour you will explore picturesque Haa and Phobjikha valleys with quaint clusters of hamlets amidst terraced paddy fields.

In both these valleys you will visit some culturally, socially and historically popular places, Buddhist monasteries, fortresses and hamlets. We will drive through the winding narrow road amidst the pollution- free and peaceful atmosphere from Thimphu to a serene bowl- shaped Phobjikha valley which is also known for its winter residence of Black Necked Cranes migrating from South East Asia.

Bumthang Valley Trek

Bumthang Valley Trek is a classic trek starting out from the beautiful Bumthang valley. You will walk through several villages, virgin forests with unique flora and fauna, and the ruins of fortresses, monasteries.

During the trek you will find complete peace and tranquility in the countryside and will have an opportunity to interact with the local people and experience their culture and lifestyle. No previous trekking experience is required for this trek. However, it is not physically demanding as anyone can easily climb over 3360 m altitude. Animals will carry the bulk of our loads and you can enjoy in nature walking at your own pace.

This trek is ideal for average walkers.

Chomolhari Trek

Chomolhari Trek is one of the most popular treks that start in Paro following Pachu river upstream, to the Chomolhari base camp at Jangothang and return via the same route or by an alternative trail to Paro. The view of the Mt. Jhomolhari  (7,314 m) from Jangothang is so  spectacular that  leaves the trekkers with an everlasting feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment.

This popular trek also affords an excellent opportunity to explore narrow cultivated valleys, high passes, and old ruins, high alpine to semi tropical forest and yak pasturelands, see yaks. The highest point on the trail is 4115 m. This trek is suitable in the month of April – June and September – November.

Classic Laya Gasa Trek

Classic Laya Gasa Trek, starts from Paro experiencing rich and variable landscape, habitation and vegetation.. While trekking you will enjoy viewing Mt. Jomolhari and the pyramid of Jichu Drakey both are breathtaking and stunning.

Going through the region popular for its medicinal plants would be an experience of your lifetime. As you proceed towards the deep and high valleys of Bhutan, you will cross over five passes and also go through the base of several high mountains.

On the concluding day of the trek you will visit to the villages of Laya where the habitants are known for its clothes made out of yak hairs and strange pointed hats made out of bamboos. Going down from Laya you will be going through the village of Gasa with its magnificent dzong and Mt. Khangbum in the background.

Snowman Trek

Snowman trek is the most challenging one in the most remote area of the country. The trekking area has still not been changed for hundreds of years and has preserved the true Bhutanese culture history and ancient lifestyle. During the trek we cross over more than 9 high passes some of which are over 5,000 m. One should be mentally prepared and physically fit before making this trek.

Snowman trek begins in Paro (West of Bhutan) and takes us to the most remote valleys of the Lunana district. While passing through a variety of landscape ranging from pictorial landscape, fascinating villages, steep gorges, blue pine , juniper , rhododendron forests to high alpine pastureland we finally reach at  the foothills of snow- covered virgin peaks over (7,000m. En route we visit old heritage cultural sites and monasteries and meet the local villagers.

Chele La Nature Trek

Chele La Nature Trek, is a comfortable and relatively easy trek for Nature lovers or ideal for those simply wishing to combine a short but active camping experience with a longer cultural journey in Bhutan.

The trail takes you through forest filled with many species of Primula and shades of red and orange rhododendrons. From the pass you will have panoramic view of the two valleys Paro & Haa and of course the beautiful Himalayan ranges of Bhutan.

Numerous isolated dzongs, yak herders camps, scattered settlements, a unique culture, traditions and lifestyle of the Bhutanese people provide a great insight into cultural exploration during the trek.

Druk Path Trek

Druk Path Trek, this is an excellent choice of short trekking which can be completed within 6 days. The trails pass through the chain of mountains which separates two districts, Paro & Thimphu. This is a classic walk along high, windy ridges, past ruined forts, which long ago guarded against Tibetan invasion. Although the route is sparsely inhabited there are wonderful lakes teeming with fish and the area is famous for its spectacular rhododendron forests which bloom in Spring.

The views of the Himalayas can be seen in late autumn and winter. You will be camping at the side of the glacial lakes and pastures used by the semi- nomadic people. In Thimphu you will visit monasteries, dzongs and other historical places.

Dur Hot Spring Trek

Dur Hot Spring Trek, this trek is particularly famous for its hot springs which are said tobe the most beautiful natural springs in the Himalayas. Dur village is located in the Wangchuck Centennial Park. The average temperature of the hot springs varies from 38 to 52 degrees Celsius.

The Dur Hot Springs trekking trails lead you through forests of Cyprus, juniper, spruce, hemlock and maple, with an opportunity to view interesting fauna such as Snow leopard, Bhutan Takin, Musk deer,Blue sheep, Tibetan wolf and Himalayan black bear.The Dur Hot Springs Trek is considered as challenging and recommended only for those who are quite fit. The best season for this trek is March to April and September to October.

Tibet Everest Base Camp Tour

Tibet Everest Base Camp Tour, is the classic tour to visit Everest Base camp in Tibet. Long regarded as a land of mystery and magic, harsh yet exquisitely beautiful, Tibet is without a doubt one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. In this tour, you will visit North Everest base camp in Tibet with a flight from  Kathmandu to Lhasa and ends in Kathmandu.

Upon arrival in Lhasa, you will spend 2 days for sightseeing in and around the city, exploring Tibetan heritage sites, ancient monasteries and historical places. You will visit Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Streets, Potala Palace, Sera and Drepung monasteries, and Norbulingka in Lhasa. You can enjoy the rickshaw ride in the city and shop at the Barkhor Street. After sightseeing in Lhasa, you will continue your overland journey to Everest Base Camp which lies in a very remote region of Tibet

You will be expertly guided by a local Tibetan guide during the tour. While driving along the Friendship highway in a Toyota land cruiser 4 WD you will pass small Tibetan settlements, monasteries and enjoy up front views right from your vehicle.
On the way to North face of Everest Base Camp, you will see nomadic herdsmen wandering across the desolate and arid land amidst a backdrop of awe-inspiring Mt. Everest. Your overland tour concludes in Lhasa and thereafter you will take a flight back to Kathmandu.

Lhasa Mt.Kailash & Mansarovar Simikot Tour

This classic tour is specially designed for those who are interested to travel via Lhasa and visit major cultural and religious sites in Lhasa as well as continue the spiritual journey to Mt. Kailash & Mansarovar. The first day of this tour will be very exciting as you fly over the ranges of stunning high mountains between Kathmandu and Lhasa. After you land in Gonggar airport in Lhasa, you will be taken to your hotel, where you spend the day acclimatizing without any strenuous activities. On the second day, your sightseeing in Tibet starts and continues till the 3rd day of the tour.

You will visit Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Streets, Potala Palace, Sera and Drepung monasteries, and Norbulingka in Lhasa. You can enjoy the rickshaw ride in the city and shop at the Barkhor Street. On the 4th day, you will continue your overland journey to Mt. Kailash which lies in a very remote region of Tibet. The 3-day circumnavigation ( Kora) of the world’s most sacred mountain is quite difficult. After a short, but highly strenuous hike around Mt. Kailash you will relax beside Lake Manasarovar, a legendary source of the four great rivers of South Asia. Then, our overland journey continues towards the borderland of Nepal – Tibet at Taklakot and drive down to Hilsa and next day fly from Simikot (2900m) to Nepalgunj and from Nepalgunj to end the trip.

Kailash & Lake Mansarovar Tour Via Kerung

Mount Kailash along with the Holy Manasarovar Lake is deeply integrated to the spiritual values of Hindus and Buddhists. Hindus believe Mt. Kailash to be the abode of Lord Shiva, the holy center of the earth and the manifestation of heaven itself. Tibetan Buddhists profess that Kailash is the home to the Buddha Demchok who symbolizes supreme harmony. Similarly, the Tibetan religion of ‘Bon’ believes Mount Kailash as their spiritual seat of power. In Jainism, Kailash referred to as Mount Ashtapada, is the place where the creator of their faith, Rishabhadeva, attained freedom from the cycle of life and rebirth. Merely 20 kilometers away from Mount Kailash, the sacred blue and emerald green Manasarovar lake that lies at a height of 15,015 ft, is known to be an epitome of purity, containing healing properties and the power to wash off all mortal sins.

Considering all these reasons a tour to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is an intense spiritual experience for all of the religious sects. The 14 nights /15 days trip begins in Kathmandu, where you will explore the holy spots and includes the journey to Tibet, drive to Saga, overnight in hotels/guesthouse/camps and meditation sessions at the breathtaking Manasarovar Lake. At Mount Kailash, we start Kora and take a Holy bath in the Lake Mansarovar. Visiting Kailash is believed to bring the salvation of all sins according to Hindu mythology.  After completing the religious rituals according to faiths of devotees we drive you back to Kathmandu via Kerung or you can further proceed to Lhasa city and catch the flight or train for your onward journey.

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Lhasa Cultural Tour

This Lhasa Cultural Tour offers an insightful exploration of cultural and historical sites within Lhasa. Lhasa, known as sunlight city is regarded as the hub of Tibet featuring an overwhelming array of the white and ochre fortress of Potala Palace, Jokhang temple, Stupas, tombs, Tibetan Mandalas and other popular relics of Tibetan history. Potala Palace is considered a state museum, a popular tourist attraction, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also recently named one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” by the television show Good Morning America and the newspaper USA Today.
Another important site to visit is Barkhor market where you can stroll around freely. You will see Tibetan arts and experience rich Tibetan culture & tradition. With so much to see & explore in Lhasa, this tour will indeed be a lifetime experience.
Lhasa Cultural Tour begins from Kathmandu with the Himalayan scenic flight to Gonggar airport in Lhasa. It offers spectacular views of the Himalayan range including Mt. Everest during the flight journey. This tour is perfect for those who have a short vacation but want to see the highlights of Lhasa. After the tour is over in Lhasa, we get back to Kathmandu by flight.
If you are interested in exploring Lhasa and other popular tourist attractions around in a very short time, why don’t you join in one of our regular departures? For more detail, you may contact us at

Student Everest Encounter

Student Everest Encounter, is highly interactive, unique and most importantly…fun filled adventure trip especially designed for Student groups. This tour gives college and school student insightful view of Nepal’s enriched culture, religions, traditions, rituals of different ethnic groups. The ultimate destination of this tour is Everest Base Camp which is recognized as the most inspiring place in the world.

After exploring all the major cultural heritage sites of Kathmandu valley you take an exciting mountain flight to Lukla and then walk uphill through the Dudh Koshi Valley, enclosed by the soaring snow clad peaks of the world’s highest mountains. It is a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar, a popular market place. A rest day in Namche Bazaar helps you to acclimatize and have an opportunity to explore around the major attractions. Leaving Namche Bazaar you then follow the trail to famous Tengboche Monastery, located high on a ridge. From here you can have magnificent 360-degree panoramic views of Everest, the Lhotse-Nuptse Wall, Ama Dablam and Kantega dominate this peaceful and spiritual location.

While passing through Sagarmatha National Park, Buddhist monasteries, Sherpa settlements you will ultimately reach Everest base camp. Next day you trek to Kalapatthar (5445 m) recognized as the best view point to see Mount Everest will be your next destination in the Himalayas. After trekking to base camp and Kalapatthar you return to Namche and Lukla for your return flight to Kathmandu.

Student Group package is designed on the basis of full package at the most affordable price which includes hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, teahouse (lodge) accommodation in the mountain, our professional Sherpa trekking guide and porters, meals, mountain flight and all necessary permits.

Mt. Everest North Col Expedition

Mt. Everest North Col Expedition. Mount. Everest is situated at the edge of the Tibetan Plateau on the border between Nepal and Tibet. Most Nepali people refer this mountain as Sagarmatha, literally means “Forehead in the Sky.” Tibetans and Sherpa people refer it as Chomolungma, which means “Goddess Mother of the World.” This mountain looks like  a pyramid-shaped horn, sculpted by the erosive power of the glacial ice into three massive faces and three major ridges, which soar to the summit from the north, south, and west separated by  the huge glaciers that descend from the main peak and its nearby satellite peaks

Climbing Mt. Everest from Tibet side has become quite popular among the climbers. Low cost of royalty and other basic mountaineering services, as well as the safest route to the summit, are the key factors to attract more Everest climbers from North Col. than from the South Col. Technically, it is more challenging than the South side but does not have the ice fall danger. One of charming of Everest North Ridge route is that it offers the view of virtually the whole route from the base camp

After following a proper acclimatization schedule at Everest Base Camp we climb straight towards the North Face of Everest before branching east, towards advanced base camp at 6,400m/ 20,997 feet. Then we keep moving ahead to Intermediate Camp (6200m), Advance Base Camp (6500m), Camp 1, Camp 2 and finally Summit to Mt. Everest (8850m).

Mt. Everest North Col is truly a challenging expedition trip but the rewards, memories, and experience that one gets will be a lifetime memory.

If anyone would like to sign up for our Everest North Col expedition, please get in touch with us via email and it would be your first step towards climbing on Everest in China.

Jewel Of Rolpa: Jaljala Trekking

Jaljala trekking is a newly opened trekking route in the mid western part of Nepal. It falls under Rolpa district, which has a special connection with Maoist revolution of Nepal. We should organize this trek  in a full board camping basis as there are very few basic lodges and private homes available along the route.

Being off the beaten trails of the region, very few tourists trek to this unexplored area. While trekking, one can enjoy the mesmerizing views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna 1, Mt. Sisne, Mt. Putha Himal and other mountains.

During the trek, one can also have an opportunity to explore the remote and undeveloped areas of Western Nepal where ancient culture and traditions have been well-preserved and people still practice the old Hindu religious rituals. Kham Magar ( one of the ethnic groups of people)  are the major inhabitants of Rolpo district  followed by other groups like Brahmins, Chettris, Newars and Thakuris.

Anyone can do Jaljala trekking as it is not required to have any trekking experience except the ability to walk for a few hours and a considerable amount of physical fitness. The best time to do  Jaljala trekking is from February to May and  August to December. If anyone is interested  to book the Jaljala trek, please feel free to contact us at

Mt Gurla Mandhata Expedition

This spectacular Gurla Mandhata (7,694 m)  is the 34th highest peak in the world. It makes up part of the western section of the Himalayan range in the Burang County of Tibet. It is 100km south of sacred mountain Kailash which lies to its north. Gurla Mandata is made up of six ridges. The west ridge is shaped like a fan and stretched across from north to south, while the eroded east ridge forms extremely steep cliffs. Also, to the north lies the holy lake Manasarovar and Langatso. This mountain is enriched with extremely various types of terrain, ranging from steady walk-ups along the NE-ridge to difficult mixed routes up the vertical North face.
Gurla Mandhata was first climbed in 1985 by a Sino-Japanese expedition. This 7000m high mountain has been climbed only five times since the first ascent up until now. The ascent takes place on the northern slope through the Zalompa glacier. The scenery is magnificent; down below stretches the arid Tibetan plateau that enhances the beauty of the sparkling lakes Manasarovar and Rakyas with Mount Kailash in the backdrop. The climbing is relatively safe with the route crossing the left side of the glacier to reach a plateau under the summit’s ridge. Base camp is at the foot of the glacier at 5600m.

There are two ways of approaching Gurla Mandhata either a four-day drive from Lhasa or a four to five-day drive from Kashgar, through the extremely remote Tibet Xinjiang highway.

Mohare Danda Trek

Mohare Danda Trek, also called Community Eco Trail, is one of newly explored off- the- beaten trekking routes in the Annapurna region. This trek will be the best option for those travelers who have short time to explore unlimited cultural and natural treasures of Nepal. Another highlight of this trek is to promote sustainable eco tourism of Nepal and to support local community projects that play a significant role in uplifting the lifestyle of rural people.

Mohare Danda trek offers up close view of colossal Mount Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges from the hill top of Mohare  at 3,300m from sea level. Trekkers can also enjoy beautiful sunrise and sunset views over the sparkling mountains. The trail to Mohare Danda passes through a dramatic ridge, rivers and Oaks, Bamboo , Pine and rhododendron  forests and then across flower filled alpine meadow. The entire scenario and   Mohare hill top itself truly deserves to be the ideal place to enjoy peace and tranquility.

The trekking route mostly runs along the Kali Gandaki River, between Beni and Tatopani, east towards the peaks of the Annapurnas. The area that we pass through is predominantly inhabited by Magars ( one of Nepal’s ethnic groups of people) and we promote this trek is  to help the local population that several home stays, community lodges and dining halls have been  developed, along with handicraft industries such as weaving and paper making along the trekking route. The significant highlight of this trek is the strong community involvement. You will stay in friendly homes, eat in community dining halls, meet local teachers and community organizers, and visit locally- run cottage industries to empower women. The community lodges have also adopted eco-friendly practices such as safe-drinking-water facilities and solar and micro-hydro electricity.

Organic Farming Volunteer

Nepal is still rooted in agriculture and Trek Himalayan has been promoting the bio-dynamic, organic, permaculture and sustainable agriculture principles in rural areas especially for poor and marginalized communities of the country. We are passionate about community development and to inspire achieving good returns in organic farming. In Organic Farming and Permaculture Program volunteers can gain hands-on experience by helping farmers and local communities cultivate and harvest organic crops, vegetables, fruits, herbs through sustainable farming methods. Staying on village farms, volunteers will have opportunities to learn more about organic farming without using toxic pesticides or fertilizers, preparing compost, controlling pests through organic methods and preparing organic liquid fertilizers etc. They can participate in the seasonal and daily rounds of the farm and household and experience rural Nepali lifestyles and practice Nepali language. Moreover, they may also learn to how to milk buffaloes, plowing the terraced fields, churn butter, grind turmeric and wheat flours, prepare spicy chutneys (pickles), and learn how to make home style Nepali dal bhat.

Child Care & Orphanage

There are many homeless street children living in Nepal. These children are deprived of education and a number of them end up working as child laborers in factories, restaurants or hotels, with others turning to drugs whilst living on the streets. Trek Himalayan works close with a orphan home to bring light and happiness into the lives of children who have been orphaned because they are HIV+ or whose parents have died from AIDS.

Some of these children have been fortunate enough to find their way into orphanages or children’s shelters. However, most of these shelters are poorly funded, under-staffed and in need of support.

Our volunteers will have the opportunity to become part of the orphanage.  Volunteers assist the staff by organizing various activities for the children that will allow them to share their own passions and talents.  The activities include teaching basic English, planning educational games, and leading any range of sports, art, dance, and other creative activities. For real growth to occur with the children it is necessary to establish a bond of trust between them and the volunteers. Without that we can wind up doing more harm than good.

As a Trek Himalayan volunteer, s/he will have a once-in-a-lifetime experience not only as a teacher, but also as a mentor and a friend to the warm and loving children s/he will meet at orphanage

Mt. Shishapangma Expedition

Mt. Shishapangama (8,130m) is the 14th highest mountain in the world. It is located in south-central Tibet, only a few kilometers away from the Nepal- Tibet ( Kodari) border. It is ideal for those who are interested to climb the straightforward 8000m peak via the North-West Ridge from Tibet side. Since it is on the dry north side of the Himalayan crest and further away from the lower terrain of Nepal, it is less risky and technically less demanding than most other major Himalayan peaks. Similar to Everest’s north side, the motorable road is accessible to the base camp of  Mt. Shishapangama and then the actual trail on foot and yak begins.

It is a comparatively easy route with an access by land transport up to base camp at 5,000 m.  Then we use yaks transport to carry expedition equipment from Base camp to Advanced Base Camp at 5,400m and then further three camps where we fix ropes before we summit Shishapangma peak. The route to southwest face is steeper and technically more challenging and involves 2,250 meters ascent.

Climbing skills & good physical fitness is required for Shishapangma summit attempt. Spring & summer season is the best time for Mount Shishapangma expedition. However, Trek Himalayan arranges climbing expedition to Mount Shishapangma throughout the year as per interest and vacation schedule of the prospective climbers. We can arrange both the logistic support to Advanced Base Camp and fully guided climbing for Shishapangma expedition. For more details, please contact us at info@

Marshyangdi River Rafting

Marshyangdi River Rafting is a three -day package on full board basis with Nepalese traditional meals and great fun. Marshyangdi, also locally termed as a raging river, is an ideal choice for those wanting an intense and extreme rafting trip in Nepal. This is one of Nepal’s most beautiful and steepest rivers, combining with glorious views, fascinating natural surroundings, and typical culture to make an incredible rafting trip. It offers some breathtaking scenery as it winds its way beyond Mt. Manaslu and Mt. Annapurna through forests and traditional villages. Rapids are continuous, very challenging and very committing. This solid white water is a serious trip, certainly not one for the faint-hearted paddlers. This is the river that demands challenge.

Before beginning the trip, our rafting guides will give some instructions to our  guests about the techniques of rowing, sitting and behaving in the boat, acting in different situations. It is just a kind of short course of rafting for our guests. Our guides will also provide all the necessary equipment to the guests. No previous rafting experience is required for Marshyangdi River.

Tamur River Rafting

amur is the sixth largest river in Nepal. It is also called ‘The Jewel of the Eastern Nepal’ which is appropriately matched to its name. The Tamur and its tributaries flow through the melting snows of Mount Kanchenjunga, the 3rd highest peak in the world. Tamur river rafting trip is combined with a three-day short trek through the foothills of the Himalayas in the Kanchenjunga region. Being located in the remote region, this river makes it truly beautiful and un-spoilt as it roars its way through deep gorges and lush countryside.  Its shores are dotted with pristine white sandy beaches which are ideal for camping. The Tamur offers spectacular white water rafting and recommended only for more experienced rafters, as it has grade 5 and 6 rapids. The rapids are pretty extreme and the flow keeps changing every moment. The distance you will cover while rafting is almost 120 kilometers and you will get plenty of non-stop excitement a nd heart-in-mouth actions since there are almost 100 rapids need to be traversed through. Combining the best of Nepal, rafting, and trekking, this is an unforgettable journey

Mt. Cho Oyu Expedition

Mount Cho Oyu (8,201m) on Tibet side is regarded as the world’s 6th highest peak situated 20 km to the west of Mt. Everest along the Nepal – Tibet (China) border. The south –west ridge belongs to Nepal & north –west ridge belongs to Tibet (China).This mountain from Tibet side is not technically demanding and the climbers can attempt it without taking much risk. But, Cho-Oyu is still unclimbed from southwest ridge due to its technical difficulties. Mt. Cho Oyu on Tibet side is fairly plain.

Mt. Cho Oyu was first attempted in 1952 by an expedition team organized by the Joint Himalayan Committee of Great Britain as preparation for an attempt on Mount Everest on October 19, 1954, via the northwest ridge by Herbert Tichy and the Austrian expedition team.
It requires an extra push to reach the true summit peak on the far end of the high snowfield. Summit day, though long and arduous, is well worth. We rest and acclimatize at Chinese Base Camp and make the necessary climb preparation before making our ascent to advanced base camp at 5,700m. Then we establish Camp 1 at 6,400m, Camp 2 at 7,000m, Camp 3 at 7,500m and the following day attempt for the summit.

Trek Himalayan will arrange all necessary infrastructures for Mount Cho Oyu climb and summit in Tibet, China. We provide all necessary paper works for expedition permit, organize all logistics during the expedition such as camp facilities, transport luggage, set up high camps, fix ropes, provide food, high-quality tents, porters, professional Climbing Sherpas, oxygen, satellite telephone, Waki Talkie set, counseling and assistance. For more details, please contact us at info@

Karnali River Rafting

Karnali is Nepal’s longest river and a big volume river. For rafters it is one of the best in the world. It rises in Tibet (China) and flows along with its tributaries through far western remote hills and forests of Nepal. It covers the distance of 507 kilometers. It carves its way through the Tibetan plateau and through the Himalaya into Nepal’s lush western forests. After the snow melt, this river becomes a raging torrent with huge rapids which offers brilliant rafting and kayaking. A highlight is the 7km long gorge which is one long raging rapid that sucks you in one end and spits you out the other(in one piece). This is one of the Nepal’s must do Rivers Rafting on the river Karnali has been recently opened to tourism.

Karnali river provides lots more Grade 4 and above including well-known rapids such as Flip & Strip, Jailhouse Rock, Juicer and the notorious God’s House – a Grade 5 monster with a hole the size of a bus. Holes are areas of whitewater that rush over drops in the river. The water rolls back on itself creating a hydraulic tumbling motion that can swallow kayaks and slam a raft upside-down in a heartbeat.