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We provide different trip packages to several regions of Nepal. Our services range from trekking to tours, expeditions, hiking, rafting, and adventure sports in various parts of the country. The services are flexible to the clients’ demands and are also available at an affordable price. Our trekking services include some major treks like Annapurna Circuit Trek, Poonhill Panorama Trek, Everest Base camp Trek, Upper Mustang Trek, and Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek among a ton of options. Also, expeditions of Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Ama Dablam remain as great choices. Tours around the Kathmandu valley and beautiful Pokhara can also be perfectly fitting to your needs. Furthermore, to offer you a glimpse of the diversity in adventure options, you can indulge in rafting, jungle safari and paragliding to really inject adrenaline into your veins. These are some mere instances of the services we offer and you can really immerse into any travel package that we offer.
You will find different types of accommodation all over Nepal. If you are visiting the major tourist areas like Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, then there you will find hotels and lodges of every price range. Similarly, if you are traveling in the Himalayas, you will find teahouses that may or may not guarantee clean toilets, hot water, or electricity. In some places, you can also have the home-stay option where you will get to live with the host family. You can also opt to take trips that primarily are based on stays at tented camps. You can choose any of these options as per your preference.
Trekking is a process of walking and hiking activity in which one takes multiple day trips to an isolated region. Typically, treks involve 6-7 hours of walk in a day.
Hiking means going on the walk for the extended periods of time for enjoying nature. Similarly, if you stay overnight then, it will become backpacking. The atypical hike includes 4-5 hours of walk in a day.
Peak Climbing means ascending a mountain or a peak. It is more challenging and can become way difficult. It also requires a certain level of experience and fitness to go on. Those planning to undertake this kind of trips are advised to follow a fitness routine months prior to the climb.
A tour is a journey to the new places where you will get to experience the monuments and specialty of that place. These trips do not require peak physical fitness and prior experience of any kind.
Following are the different adventures activities in Nepal:
With the plethora of travel options, Nepal can be described as a mystical destination with gracefully charming hospitality to offer you unreal proximity to pristine nature and diverse culture. Highlighting the hallmarks of the nation, below are some of the activities that famously describe the ranges of activities you can indulge in:
You can go on the different expeditions here in Nepal. This trip will provide you with the ultimate adventure in the Himalayas. The majestic peaks entice every traveler’s soul with their razzle-dazzle making expeditions the best option to undertake as you journey to the summit of these peaks. The best times to go on this trip are during Spring and Autumn. Among the most esteemed ones, Everest Expedition, Kanchenjunga Expedition, and Amadablam Expedition are known to be the greatest picks.
Everest Sky Diving is the penultimate experience one can aspire to obtain. This is no ordinary experience as you will be jumping from a plane from a frightening height of 29,500 feet, higher than the Everest summit, to float back to the Everest Base Camp. You will see the gorgeous views of tall mountains, beautiful glacial lakes, and sceneries to top off the overwhelming experience. Spring and autumn are the best times to go on the Everest Sky Diving.
Nepal provides one of the worlds best White Water Rafting and Kayaking experience. The best season to go on the White Water Rafting is from late spring to Early Summer. Autumn is also considered as the best time to on this rafting. You can do this rafting on the Sun Koshi River, Trishuli River, Tamor River, Karnali River, and Kaligandaki River. The rafting will be an enthralling experience and if that is not enough you can relish the gorgeous views of lush green forests and rich bio-diversity along the route.
Nepal is also renowned as the host to one of the most insane bungee jumping spots. The best site to do Bungee Jumping in Nepal is at Bhote Koshi that will provide you a mind-blowing jump from 160 meters in height, and the fall reveals the wild waves of the Bhote Koshi River. You can go here every season, however, there are some criteria that have to be met prior to the jump.
The diverse and challenging landscape of Nepal has made it one of the famous places for Mountain Biking. March to May and September to mid-December is considered as the best times to go on the mountain biking. The trip traverses through the lush hill with off-beat roads and leads you to beautiful barren landscapes. The trip will provide you with the amazing views of nature and tradition at the same time.
You can go Jungle Safari at Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park, and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. The best time to go on this trip is from October to March. Jungle Safari will give you an opportunity to witness the myriad of wildlife and vegetation. Introducing you to the tropical forests in the country, the safaris take you deep into the heart of the jungle.
The best place to go on the Paragliding in Nepal is at Pokhara. You can see the spectacular views of mountains, hills, lake, and landscape from the above. September to November and February to March are the perfect times to go on this adventure. You can also record your experience of the adventure and enjoy mesmerizing views second to none.
Nepal's climate varies from region to region. Basically, March to May is warm with rain showers and temperate climate. Whereas June to August is the monsoon season. Similarly, September to November is the Autumn with clear skies and December to February is the winter season. Generally, autumn is regarded as the best season to go on any journey in Nepal.
The important equipment for peak climbing is following: ice ax, crampons, harness, tape slings, Screw gate karabiners (2 locks, 2 unlocks), plastic mountaineering boots, ice screw, ice hammer, rope, snow bar, helmet, and ascender/jumar. Here are the important equipment needed during trekking map, compass, sunglasses, sun cream, and a sun hat, spare warm clothing, headlamp and/or handheld torch, first-aid kit, fire starter, matches, knife, more food and water than you need. You don't require any special equipment for tours.
A guide can contribute highly to make your travel and climbing experience more adventurous and safe. They also show you the safe path on the route, secure lodging in the busy season and organize your camp. They also introduce you to the local culture, geography, and history of the monuments. Moreover, those being well-versed about the region of your trek helps you to get insights on the areas that your trek traverses through.
Yes, first aid kit is important for the trip. Your trip may contain travel to diverse and dangerous routes so first aid kit should be in every traveler’s baggage. Even in easier trips, you can use first aid kits to treat minor issues.
Teahouse allows you to stay at the local lodge and have nutritious foods and comfortable bed. Whereas a homestay provides an opportunity to stay with a local family with the minimum fee and let you know the Nepalese culture more deeply. And, in camping, you carry all the supplies with you and spend the nights in tents. All the equipment like tents, sleeping mats, kitchen equipment, foods, dining tent, etc. are provided by the company.
Nepal provides you an endless stream of options for anyone to indulge in a variety of activities on their holiday. You can go on the expeditions or trek to see the world's highest mountains, gorgeous sceneries, and landscapes. You also have the option to do adventurous activities like paragliding, skydiving, bungee jumping, rafting, and jungle safari or, visit the historical sites and monuments to experience the ancient culture and tradition. Besides all these, you can also choose to spend your holidays in a luxurious way.
Altitude sickness is an illness caused by ascent to high altitude, identified by hyperventilation, nausea, and exhaustion resulting from a shortage of oxygen. The journeys which take place on altitude above 2500 meters above the sea level trigger the sickness. The risks of mountain sickness are shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, respiratory failure, cerebral edema, coma, and death. The first aids for altitude sickness are:
If the condition of the victim worsens, immediate evacuation should be done and expert medical treatment is the next step of the treatment.
Yes, Nepal is suitable for solo and female travelers because of the friendly, humble, and generous locals. There are a ton of solo and travelers venturing the wonders of the nation. The country and its people are welcoming in nature and will provide help to their best possible capacity in any part of the country. Not to mention, common sense is required as similar to anywhere in the world but other than this, Nepal is a perfectly safe destination for solo and female travelers alike.
Yes, it is safe to travel to Nepal alone. You might need to consider some obvious things like properly researching for hotels and lodges, providing enough attention to the safety of your belongings and having common sense above all else. If you can take some precautions like informing the legit bodies like police stations and your nation’s embassy in the country about your presence, you can feel even safer. Stating these facts, we can proudly confirm that Nepal is a safe option to travel alone.
You will get access to the internet up to certain places during the trekking. Due to remoteness and high altitude, you will not find internet everywhere. Cities and towns have access to the internet however on trips that take you to higher altitudes, you might find the availability of internet to be scarce or none in most cases.
You can either apply for a visa at the Nepalese embassy in your home country or, purchase a tourist visa upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu).
Yes, you need to have a travel insurance paper to travel to Nepal. In trips such as trekking and expeditions, the travel insurance papers are mandatorily required to present them for further processing. Every travel agency in the country demands such certifications to ensure that you will have covered any unforeseen events that can occur during the length of the trip.
You can book the trip by filling the booking form and paying the required deposit amount. You can pay by using visa card/credit card/wire transfer. All the necessary instructions and procedures can be found on the official website of the travel agencies.
The chances of flight cancelation/delay in Nepal is very rare unless there is a bad weather. In such a situation, you can choose to go with the roadways if possible or book another flight. However, in the occurrence of such events, you will have to bear any additional expenses as they are not covered by the trekking agency. This information can be found in the terms and conditions of all the operating travel agencies.
You can use your cards in certain places. However, you are advised to carry paper notes with yourself always. You can change the money at the accredited exchange offices and banks. In remote areas, there might not be easy availability of financial institutions and services like banks, ATMs and credit card acceptance so it is best to keep paper notes for such occasions.
If you are traveling to Nepal for the first time then the best destination for you will be the tour of Kathmandu and nearby areas. On this tour, you will get to see the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, tradition, culture, and also get to know the historical events. The visit includes the tour to places like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Changunarayan and durbar squares in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur. All these places hold great importance in the religious and cultural belief of the city. You will also see beautiful views of mountains and hills.