Welcome to Nepal

With many of the tallest peaks on Earth, a tradition that has outlived the ages and some of the most beautiful landscapes to be witnessed, trekking in Nepal is without a doubt one of the unique experiences of Asia. Eight of the top ten highest summits in the world reside in this small landlocked nation, and with few roads penetrating the country's mountainous interior, the only way to get there is to walk.
Despite what many may perceive, trekking in Nepal is not wandering alone through an uncharted wilderness, going where no man has been before. As they walk along the well-marked trekking paths, travelers will often discover quite the opposite; hundreds of locals passing through each day as they haul food, water and other odd necessities back to their tiny villages, along with dozens of fellow trekkers. The regularly-spaced villages and teahouses allow trekkers good opportunities to rest and recover, either for a few minutes or the night. The strong culture and unreserved friendliness of the Nepalese people can also be witnessed as one traverses the hill tracks.
 Trekking has become the most popular and most rewarding activity in Nepal, and travelers will be bombarded both online and on the streets of the capital Kathmandu with guides, organized tours and gear. The huge variety of options allows for people of many ages and capabilities to attempt a trek in the country. One  hand, you could spend a year planning an expedition to wild and lofty places that few would dare attempt; however, on the other, you could land in Kathmandu with no plans and be on the trail to the Everest Base Camp in a many The serenity and grandeur of Nepal attracts nearly half a million visitors every year. This small ancient, land -locked country (147,181Sq.Kms) nestled between two giants India and china , is home to more than 30 million people,91 ethnic groups , 55 spoken languages, and many religions (Hindu ,Buddhist etc). From the north - Nepal sky high border with Tibet influence to south Teari Indian influence,  just above sea level, Nepal offers the visitor so many different environments, diversity landscape, to explore even in a short time. We are the only country to have 7 (UNESCO)World Heritage sites, many situated within a 20 kilometer radius !After you have experienced ancient kathmandu , you take a day trip around the kathmandu valley , spend a weekend in the jungle of national park (World Heritage Site), The Buddha birth place and trek to deepest gorge  into the Himalayas (Kali-Gandaki river) or 10th best trek in the world include the Annapurna region and Top of the world Everest Base Camp, with many different diversity , climate , High land to Low land, Many different Ethnic group, religion ,festival ,Birds flower, plants and wildlife. Ones can explore this magnificent country all year around.
     How to get in Nepal
By Air *Kathmandu International Airport (capital of Nepal)
By road*Sunauli,Kakarbhitta or Nepalganj border(Nepal and India border )
*Visa Rules In Nepal
*Visa Facility
Duration              Fee 
*Multiple Entry   15 days -25$
* Multiple Entry 30 days -40$
*Multiple Entry 90 days - 100$
Popular Place In Nepal
Kathmandu City/Pokhara City/Chitwon City/Lumbini City 
Tours In Nepal > Explore Nepal, Nepal Nature &Culture Tour, Hindu Heritage Tour, Buddhist Heritage Tour, Bird watching & wild life .

Trekking / Hiking in Nepal

Types of trekking in Nepal:

"Tea house trekking" along the main trails is the most common style, with decent lodges in every settlement (and between), it is possible to trek in comfort with minimal preparation, equipment and support. There is no need to camp and a selection of western style foods are readily available from a menu system. No special permits are required on some of the more popular treks, just national park entry tickets and the TIMS permit. The main areas for these treks are Everest/Khumbu Langtang and Annapurna. Since 2010, the Manaslu Circuit Trek has become possible without the need for camping, using tea-houses along the route, though it requires a USD50 per week permit and must be trekked with a guide as part of an organized group. The trek to Lo Manthang in Upper Mustang is similar: no camping is required as many comfortable lodges are available, but an expensive permit for a minimum of 10 days is required which keeps many budget travelers way.

Facilities available in remote areas are less extensive than in the more popular areas. Off the main trails where there are no lodges and food from menus a Nepali guide becomes essential, and it may be advisable or necessary to visit such regions with organised groups, including guide, porters and full support. Kanchenjunga, Makalu Barun, Rolwaling, Dolpo, Humla are in remote areas. Many of them also require special permits. Required Permits A trekking permit issued by the Department of Immigration is required to trek in any part of Nepal, except the most popular areas of Annapurna, Khumbu and Langtang/Helambu. Those areas were declared permit-free in 1999. The joy was short-lived, though, as a new system called TIMS (Trekker Information Management System) was recently created for those three areas. Several National Parks and Conservation areas are in Nepal like ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project), MCAP (Manaslu Conservation Area Project) and Sagarmatha National Park (Everest area) require trekkers to pay an entrance fee. As of November 2013, a single entry fee  area.

Types of Trekking
                                                       Tea House
                                                 Tea House Trekking Group

Tea House(Lodge Trek): 
Also known as lodge trekking, this is a relatively cheap way of trekking where meals and accommodation are provided in a tea house or lodge. In Nepal, it is quite popular along many trails, stopping each night to eat and sleep at a local Tea House. Meals depend on the menu at the tea house, usually the simple basic meals of the local people. Although many tea houses and hotels in the hills and mountains are reasonably comfortable, some may be dirty and rather basic. In areas where chimneys are rare, dining rooms may be smoky. Bedrooms and dorm rooms will not be heated.

It's a great way to connect with some of the local culture and definitely suits trekkers not wanting to carry back-crushing rucksacks. The standard of lodgings can vary from very similar to a hotel, to something far more rustic.

Camping (Organized Trek): 

The classic style of trekking in Nepal and can be conducted almost anywhere in the country. Camping trekking is fully organized and supported with a team of guides (who may or may not be Sherpas), cooks, and porters to accompany you.
All the necessary trekking gear, food, fuel and other goods are carried by the porters. The cook will prepare all the meals during the camping trek. Trekkers need to carry only a small bag as required for the day. At night, tents for dining, sleeping and washing are provided and set up. Mattresses, sleeping bags, tables and seating are arranged by staff. A Sirdar (chief guide) is employed to pre-arrange and then to oversee the entire program. All land transportation, local permits, taxes, porter insurance, port dues and entrance fees to National Parks or sites that are part of the trip are arranged.
Finally, if you are employing the services of guides and porters, it is customary to present a tip to the head guide at the end of the trip. This will be divided up between the various people employed in your group. Like most tips, the amount will vary depending on the quality of services provided, but it could be between 5% and 10% of the total cost of your trek.

Everest Base Camp

Everest Trekking trial 
Throng La Pass 5416m