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The Khumbu, known commonly as the Everest region, is also known as the home of the Sherpa people and mysterious yetis. The many ascents and descents have given this trek a rating of “moderate” to “strenuous”. Along the Base Camp, the combined ascents total more than 10,000 meters. Some of the peaks located in this region includes - Ama Dablam (6856m), Everest (8850m), Nuptse (7861m), Lhotse (8501m), Taboche (6542m), Cholatse (6443m), Island Peak (6189m), and Pumori (7165m).View More
The most popular trekking destination in Nepal is the Annapurna region. Alpine meadows, bamboo forests, and a variety of trees make a day’s experience remarkable. Wildlife includes the barking deer, bear, tahr, ghoral, danphe, musk deer, and blue sheep. While trekking along this region you will be able to enjoy a spectacular views of some of the highest peaks such as Dhaulagiri (8167m), Tukuche (6920m), Nilgiri (6940m), Annapurna 1 (8091m), Tarke Kang (7193), and Hiunchuli (6441m).View More
Langtang & Helambu
Langtang and Helambu region offers blissfully quiet trekking routes. The trail is filled with bamboo groves, monsoon wildflowers, or the springtime Rhododendron. Traverse through the Swiss Alpine pastures to the foot of the Langshisha glacier. Get a 360-degree view of Langtang and Helambu, and spectacular view of some the world's highest peaks from Kyanjin Ri and Tsergo Ri. Enjoy a splendid view of Gosaikund lakes and 150km of Mountain range.View More
Explore the off beaten trails of the eastern region of Nepal. The world's tallest peaks namely: Kanchenjunga (8586m, world's 3rd highest peak), and Makalu (8463m, world's 5th highest peak) are located here. Kanchenjunga (8586m) lies between the borders of Nepal and Sikkim, and is sacred to both the Hindus and Buddhists. In this region, you will trek across a variety of landscapes from terraced fields, dense rhododendron forests, rolling alpine meadows to desolate lunar landscapes of Himalayas.View More
The multicultural and multilingual western region of Nepal seems like a separate country by its own distinct virtues. Both Phoksundo Lake and Nepal's largest Rara Lake are located in this region. Some of the most beautiful mountain peaks of the Western Nepal are: Api Saipal, Kanjiroba, and Dhaulagiri. This region is also rich in wildlife, Blue sheep, jackals, snow leopard, snow pigeons and, Himalayan griffons can be found in this region.View More
Often referred to as “Gems of Nepal”, these areas have been labelled as restricted area because special permits are needed to enter these areas. The special places that are included under the restricted areas are: the mystical Mustang valley, the beautiful villages of Phu, Nuri Valley, and Limi valley. Unravel the century’s old history of these medieval valley, visiting ancient caves, ruins, monasteries and palaces.View More
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