Trekking in Nepal
  Nepal Fast Facts
  Places to see
  Tour Itineries
  White Water Rafting
  Other Activities
  Mountain Flight
  Trekking In Nepal
  Nepal Hotels/ Resort
  Online Booking
  Places of Interest
  Tour Itineries
Holy Mt. Kailash
  Facts of Bhutan
  Places of Intrest
  Tour itinerary

201 The Royal Trek
04 days
202 Shivapuru Trek 04 days
203 Everest Base Camp 15 days
204 Annapurna Circuit Trek 17 days
205 Annapurna Base Camp Trek 14 days 
207 Helambu Trek 07 days
208 Everest Trek 20 days
209 Langtang Trek 14 days
214 Ganesh Himal Trek 14 days

The Royal Trek
NEST TREK- 201: 4 days

This trek was once done by the prince of Wales and is ideal for those with little time who do want to see the Nepalese village life and mountains.

Day 1 Drive or fly to Pokhara.
Day 2 Pokhara to Kalikasthan
Day 3 Kaliksthan- Shaklung
Day 4 Shaklung-Chisopani
Day 5 Chisopani- Pokhara
Day 6 Pokhara- Kathamndu

Shivapuri Trek
NEST TREK –202: 4 days

Day 1 Short drive to Kathmandu to Kakani and Start trek. Camp at Shivpuri (2732 m)
Day 2 Start trek and camp at Dhap.
Day 3 Start trek and camp at Nagarkot (2,75 m)
Day 4 Start trek and reach Changunarayan Temple. Short drive to Kathmandu. 


Everest Base Camp
NEST TREK :203 (15 DAYS)

This 15 days trek begins with an “eye opening” flight to Lukla at 2800 meters. The trek passes through the picturesque Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar to Gorak Shep culminating in the “ascent” of Kala Pattar (5500 m) from where classic views of Everest and its surrounding peaks are available. Most of the trek is spent above altitudes of 3000 meters in the khumbu and Imja valleys whose skylines are dominated by the massive peaks of the Eastern Himalaya.

Although this is a short trek, by Nepal standards, there will be plenty of tie to enjoy the culture of the sherpa, visit ancient monasteries and learn how Lamaistic Buddhism influence sherpa life. Stoop at any of the numerous tea houses sip a glass of sweetened tea or Chang (millet beer) and get a taste of hospitality unique to the sherpas. Beautiful, multi-hued prayer flags, prayer wheels and intricately-carved mani stones line every hilltop, rock wall and trail side singing prayer to the gods with every breeze and every passing traveler

Day 1-2 Arrive Kathmandu . A free day in Kathmandu.
Day 3 Early morning transfer to airport for flight to Lukla. Camp at Phakding at 2800 m.
Day 4 Namche Bazaar 3500 m.
Day 5 Thame 3800 m.
Day 6 Khunde
Day 7 Thyangboche 3870 m.
Day 8 Dingboche 4400 m.
Day 9 Day of acclimatization.
Day 10 Lobuche 4930 m.
Day 11 Gorakshep and prepare for tomorrow’s ascent of Kalapatthar 5545 m.
Day 12 Hike up Kalapatthar. In the afternoon retrace your steps to Lobuche.
Day 13 Pheriche
Day 14 Thyangboche monastery
Day 15 Namche Bazaar
Day 16 Lukla 
Day 17 Fly to Kathmandu .transfer to Hotel.
Day 18 These are “cushion” days in case bad weather or other circumstances delay your return to Kathmandu. Otherwise, they can be used for sightseeing around Kathmandu.
Day 19 Fly out of Nepal.


Annapurna Circuit Trek
NEST TREK 204: 17 Days

Here is a good mix of high mountains and Himalayan culture on this trek. The Annapurna Himal lies between the Kali gandaki and Marshyangdi river valley., forming a solid, mountain bastion. In its span of 40 miles, it encompasses some twelve peaks higher than 7000 m. and numerous others over 6000m and, as rhododendron forests give way to bamboo groves which in turn vanish into the 7001 high , desert landscapes, people of Aryan stock give way to those of Mongoloid stock and the dominant religion changes from 7002 Hinduism in the lower reaches to Buddhism higher up.

Day 1-2
Arrive Kathmandu. 
A free day in Kathmandu to make final preparation to your trek.
Day 3
Kathmandu to Beshishar drive. 
Overnight here.
Day 4
Walk Beshishar to Bahundanda. 
We walk through the deep river gorge, rice fields, subtropical forests and small hamlets to the Gurung village of khudi. From here, the trail continues along the riverside past a majestic waterfall to Bahundanda, watched over by the towering peaks of Himalchuli and Manaslu.
Day 5
Bhundad to Chamje. 
A steep an d slippery trail runs up and down along the valley side through paddy fields, dips to cross the river and then snakes steeply up the cliffs on the other side. Passing through Tiny Tibetan villages the trial ascends through the rhododendron forest to Chamje, a small settlement at 1430 m.
Day 6
Chame to Bagarchhap.
The path climbs beside the river through bamboo grooves, before a dramatic waterfall heralds our arrival at Tal, a large village on a suddenly- emerging open plateau. We cross barely and potato fields to reach to Dharepani and begin to climb to Bagarchhap (2160 m) site of our first Tibetan Monastery and with views of Annapurna II an lamjung Himal.
Day 7
Chame- Pisang. 
The trail goes through the river valley, ascending through deep forest to Pisang (3190m) with good views along the Way of Pisang Peak and the high Annapurna II.
Day 8
Pisang – Manang
Tibetan culture begins in earnest as we start to climb towards Manang(3535m) through fields of grazing yak and wide variety of crops. This large Tibetan settlement commands good view of Annapurna II, IV an Tarke kang. It is no problem to Trek here in the summer as rainfall is low.
Day 9
This is a rest day to acclimatize to the higher altitude. Time to visit Manasteries, take advice from the Himalayan rescue association and observe the spectacular views of the Himalalya.
Day 10
Manang – Latdar
The trail climbs to Latdar along the riverside and as the altitude increases, we move through alpine pastures to scrubby forests of juniper and rose. We camp at an altitude of 4250 m.
Day 11
Latdar-Thorung Phedi
The trail heads near the river, before climbing a steep scary slop north west of the tributary valley of the Jargeng Khola. It is some times possible to see herds of blue mountain sheep along the dramatic cliffs that surround the camping meadow at Thorung Phedi (4420m)
Day 12
Thorung Phedi- Muktinath
We ascend steeply to 4590 m, then along an undulating trail to the flat top of Thorung La (5416m) From here there are views to the Annapurna range to the south and Mukut Himal bordering Dolpo to the West. The trail descends steeply over glacial moraine, which gives way to grassy meadows before we reach Muktinath.
Day 13
Descend gradually through fields and poplar groves, then into the Kaligandaki river valley. Follow the valley southwards to Jomsom. The Kali Gandaki valley here is called the Thak Khola, from the ethnic group the thakalis, the main inhabitants of this area.
Day 14
Jomsom – Kalopani
Descend to Marpha, a lovely village of whitewashed houses and fertile fields. Continue down the Kaligandaki reaching the old Thakali trading center of tukuche. As the trail continues, the himalayan rain shadow end and open spaces make way for coniferous forest and Kalopani (2560m). From here there are spectacular 360 degree views of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna high above.
Day 15
A beautiful walk, with another transition into subtropical vegetation and the return of water buffalo, banyan trees and poinsettias. the trail follows the river through a narrow gorge, and descends to cross a bridge near a spectacular waterfalls, before winding through the valley to Tatopani. the hot water prings that give the village its name provide the perfect opportunity for a good ‘scrub’
Day 16
Steadily climbing all day, we eventually leave behind the terraced fields and walk through thick rhododendron forest to the village of Ghorepani. We camp at the pass for the best views of the sunset over the spectacular, now –capped Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna range. 
Day 17
And orchid colonies to the pretty Gurung town of Ghandrung, where the Annapurna range and Machhapuhhre (fishtail) dominate the mountain views, with glimpse of Lamjung Himal and the Manaslu range can also be seen further east.
Day 18
The path descends for about 2 hours, before climbing the steeply to another Gurung village, Landrung. We then follow the hillside south to Dhampus. The Mountain views are superb and far away to the south lies Fewa tal (lake) .We continue down the ridge to the village of Dhampus, from where the distant mountains are still visible
Day 19
Steep descent through the river valley to Phedi, then drive to Pokhara.
Day 20
Pokhara-Kathmandu (Drive or fly)


Annapurna Base Camp Trek
NEST TREK 205: 14 Days 

For a short trek with few altitude problems, the Annapurna regions provides you with unparalleled access to spectacular horizons of snow peaks, so high that you’ll find yourself looking twice before you believe that they are not clouds. As well as providing the views for for which the trek is famous ,the trail takes you through an ever-changing landscapes of rice fields, misty forests, and tiny local villages.

Day 1
Kathmandu - Pokhara. (200 km)
Fly or drive to Pokhara.
Day 2
Pokhara - Birethanti - Ulleri.
Drive to Birethanti(1140m) from Pokhara. Walk through the lush, green Modi river valley, past waterfalls with plunge pools that invite you to swim. Ascend steep staircase to Magar village of Ulleri (2070m), where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the valley below and the peaks of Annapurna South and Hiunchuli.
Day 3 Ulleri – Ghorepani
A gentle climb through pasture and cultivated fields. As the trail climbs higher, you walk up beside the cascading river through refreshingly cool oak and rhododendron forest to Ghorepani(2840 m)
Day 4
Ghorepani – Tadapani
A short early morning climb to he deurali pass for a spectacular panorama over Dhaulagiri and the Annapurnas, and all the way south to he plains of India.Trail descends steeply through dense moss-covered forest rich with bird life to Tadapani (2540 m) for a beautiful sunset views of Annapurna south and Machhapuchhre.
Day 5
Acclimatization day 
As you adjust to the altitude, you can either spend the day relaxing and enjoying the mountain views or hike for a day towards the southern base camp of Annapurna south.
Day 6
Tadapani - Chhomrung
The trail drops down from Tadapani, through dense rhododendron forest. From Ghandrung there are good views of the upper Modi valley. The route starts the long ascents high above the west bank of the Modi khola and continues up to the village of Chhomrung (2040m) . Towering above the village is the mighty peak of Annapurn south, with the Fishtail facing it across the valley.
Day 7
Chhomrung - Village of Doban.
We walk through the forest to Kuldi Ghar, before the route goes steeply down a bank of rock and then levels out, running through riverside bamboo thickets along the base of the gorge. Then the track winds steeply up through deep bamboo the rhododendron forest to the village of Doban. We camp above himalayan Hotel (2680m)
Day 8 Annapurna South Glacier Basin
The track remains on the west bank of the Modi, now flowing through a more open valley and eventually emerges into the Sanctuary. Straight ahead is the high lateral moraine of the South Annapurna glacier and the Modi follows a deep cliff to the right. This is the site of Machhapuchhre base camp (3480m) from which can be seen a spectacular panorama of mountains. We either camp here or continue north west, staying above the glacial moraine.
Day 9
Annapurna Soutn Base Camp visit.
The route begins on a broad grassy path, before climbing over lateral moraine and down to the beautiful ablation valley. We soon reach the British Expedition Annapurna South Face base camp (4234m). The best views are probably obtained from the crest of the moraine, which we follow until it is cut through by the glacier flowing down from Himal Chuli to the north.
Day 10 Annapurna South Base Camp - Dovan.
Descend and follow the same route to a pleasant camp spot a Dovan, which lies on the boundary of the sanctuary.
Day 11
Dovan – Modi khola
The trail passes the small village of Khuldi Bikas, before continuing through rhododendron and bamboo fields to he Alpine-style village to Chhomrung. Stony steps climb steeply to Kabre Chautara and soon after we turn off forLandrung, leaving the Ghandrung path dropping away towards the river.
Day 12 Modi Khola - Dhampus.
After an easy descent to the Gurung village of Landrung, the trail crosses a pass before arriving at the tiny village of Dhampus, perched high on a ridge.
Day 13 Dhampus - Pokhara.
It’s a short climb down to Phedi, where we meet the road and drive back to Pokhara.
Day 14
Pokhara – Kathmandu (fly or drive).


Helambu Trek
NEST TREK 207: 7 Days

With a diverse range of brilliant green valleys , misty rhododendron forests and distant horizons of snowy peaks, Helambu is the ideal short trek. There are simply tea houses along this route, yet the area remains relatively unspoilt by tourism. You will experience the yolmo culture of high mountain villages, marvel at vistas of lonely high mountains and watch enthralled as the farmers toil in the fields using hand made tools and teams of water -Buffalos.

Day 1 Kathmandu-Sundarijal-Chisopani
Day 2 Chisopani - Gul Bhanjyang
Day 3 Gul Bhanjyang-Thare Pati
Day 4 Tharepati-Melamchi
Day 5 Melamchi-Tarkeghyang
Day 6 Tarkeghyang-Shermathang
Day 7 Melamchi Pul- Kathamndu


Everest Trek
NEST TREK 208: 20 Days

With eight of the world’s 12 highest peaks, Nepal is loaded with spectacular mountains vistas. The Everest trek is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain but also for its friendly Sherpa people, picturesque villages, great variety of cultures and traditions, colorful festivals and monasteries. The Sagarmatha National Park is rich with flora and fauna, but the existence of the yeti remains a mystery.

Day 1
Kathmandu - Jiri.( Drive to Jiri 187 km from Kathmandu) 
Day 2
Jiri - Deorali.
The trek begins with a steady climb through cultivated fields and tiny Tamang Villages. Climbing diagonally, we cross forested areas and open pasture land, before again descending to Shivalaya. From here it’s a steady climb to the top of the Deorali pass(3000 m) where we spend the night.
Day 3
Deorali - Sete.
From Deorali, it’s a short walk to the Sherpa village of Bhandar, which is littered with prayer walls and small gompas (Buddhists temple). Descending to the valley floor at he riverside town of Kenja, the trail climbs steeply up a ridge richly forested with oak and rhododendron to sete (2575m) whose beautiful hilltop monastery is worth a visit
Day 4
Sete - Junbesi.
We climb through fragrant pine and oak forest to the Lamjura pass(3500m) for our first glimpse of Everest. Then it’s downhill again to the large Sherpa village of Junbesi. From here there are good views of Gaurishankar, Numbur himal and Dudh kunda.
Day 5
Junbesi - Nuntala.
From here we walk up the Solung ridge, from where Everest is again visible and then descend to Rngmo Khola, ringed with apple orchards. The trail crosses the Traksindo La (3071m) before descending once again through the forest of Nuntala.
Day 6
Nuntala - Khari Khola.
From Nuntala the descent continues to Dudh koshi the largest river on the trek. Then ascend through several Sherpa and Rai villages, terraced fields and forest to the spread out village of Khari khola.
Day 7
Khari Khola - Puiyan.
The path ascends through Sherpa villages and a forest inhabited by monkeys, and then winds steeply up and down through the dudh Koshi canyon to Puiyan.
Day 8
Puiyan - Phakding.
The trail climbs for about an hour after Puiyan to a ridge at 2800m. then up to another ridge, passing the path to Lukla airport, after which we climb on to Phakding.
Day 9
Phakding - Namche.
Beginning with a slight climb to Jorsale, the trial passes a waterfall. All day, we pass villages interspersed with magnificent forest- rhododendron, mangolia trees and giant firs. The path climbs steeply to Namch Bazaar ( 3440m)
Day 10
Acclimatization day at Namche.
Acclimatization is most important before proceeding to a higher elevation. You can set off on a short day hike to Thame, Khunde or Khumjung or relax and explore the Sherpa culture of Namche.
Day 11
Namche - Tengboche.
From Namche a steep one hour climb to Syangboche (3720m) providees excellent views of Everest and Ama Dablam. From there we descend to Punki Thanka via Khumjung, then the trail climbs through forests where you can spot musk deer. Tengboche sits on a saddle at 3870 m in a clearing surrounded by dwarf fires and rhododendrons. Kwangde (6187m) Tawachhe (6542m) Everest (8850m) Nuptse (7855m), Lhotse (8618 m), Amadablam (6856m) Himalayan giants. We visit the monastery at Tengboche, the largest in Khumbu region.
Day 12
Tengboche - Dingboche.
It is a short, steep and muddy descent to Deboche through a forest of birches, conifers and rhododendrons. We then cross the bridge and ascend through the forest, past magnificently carved mani stones to Pangboche at 3860m. Then the route enters alpines meadows above the tree line before reaching Dingboche at 4240m.
Day 13
Dingboche - Lobuche.
The trail ascends the broad, gently slopping valley and climbs steeply into the terminal moraine of the Khumbu glaciers. It then crosses the bridge and climbs higher on the moraine to a row of stone monuments erected in memory of many Sherpas and foreign mountaineers who have died climbing Everest before reaching Lobuche (4930m)
Day 14
Lobuche - Gorak Shep - Kala Pattar - Lobuche.
The trail from Lobuche follows the grassy ablation valley with great views of Pumori then crosses a tributary glaciers to reach the dry lake bed of GroakSchep. We then climb the 5545 m Kalapatthar for incredible views of Everest and Everest base camp.
Day 15-19
Lobuche - Tengboche - Monjo - Lukla.
Return trek by the same route. An alternative is to stay at Syangboche after Tengboche and fly out a couple of days later.
Day 20
Lukla - Kathmandu. (by flight)


Langtang Trek
NEST TREK 209: 14 Days

The Langtang valley is aptly called ‘the valley of glaciers.’ Here, mountains rise soaring towards the sky. The valley offers pine forest, swift mountain streams, rugged rock and snow-capped peaks, grassy downs and meadows strewn with daisies and wild premolar. In the upper part of the valley there are snow ridges spanning angry torrents, high passes enveloped in mist, tiny lakes of crystalline brightness and glaciated mountain giants.

Day 1
Kathmandu - Dhunche - Syabru Bensi
Drive to Syabru Bensi via Trisuli Bazaar and Dhunche.
Day 2
Syabru Bensi - Khanjung - Syarpagoan
We climb through a variety of small villages and tracts of dense forest. In the afternoon, a traverse of 3 hours brings us to the village of Syarpagoan
Day 3
Syarpagoan -Lama Hotel
From Syarpagoan, the trail winds up and down through the forest to Ghora Tabela. 
Day 4
Lama Hotel -Langtang Valley
From here a short climb brings us to a pass to the right of where the Langtang valley begins.
Day 5
Langtang valley to Kyangjin Gompa
From the pass, the trail leads to the large village of Langtang before ascending a ridge dotted with tiny villages. As the valley widens, we climb up through yak pastures to Kyangjin.
Day 6
Kyangjin Gompa
An excellent look-out can be reached by climbing the slopes immediately behind the Kyangjin. The majestic 7200m Langtang Lirung rises above the glaciers. A visit to Cheese factory completes the day. It is really a good experience to try a climb to Tsergo Ri (5033m.)
Day 7
Kyangjin - Ghora Tabela
Then back to Langtang by the same route. 
Day 8
Ghora Tabela to Syabru
Trek back to Syabru by the same route.
Day 9
Syabru - Sing Gompa
Today we climb through forests of fir and rhododendron. The only signs of human habitation are the occasional shepherds’ huts at the water points. We camp near Sing Gompa and cheese factory.
Day 10
Sing Gompa - Gosainkunda
We follow a rugged trail with dramatic views; to the west lie Himal Chuli (7893m.,) Manaslu (8156m.,) and Ganesh Himal (7406m.) On a clear day even the Annapurna range can be seen rising up behind and to the north across the valley is Langtang Lirung. We pass a few huts in the high pasture of Laurebina, cross a small ridge and have our first views of the holy lakes. There are about a dozen lakes in the Gosainkunda Basin, the main three being Saraswatikund, Bharab Kunda
and Gosainkunda. According to legend, Gosainkunda was created by Shiva when he pierced a glacier with his trident
to obtain water to quench his thirst
after having swallowed a poison that threatened to destroy the world.
Day 11
Gosainkunda - Thare Pati
We continue over rugged trails and
pass several other smaller lakes to the Thare Pati pass (4602m,) then descend
to the tree line. The trail runs past beautiful waterfalls, through juniper and rhododendron forests. We descend to the huts of Thare Pati.
Day 12
Thare Pati - Gul Bhanjyang
We drop steadily all day through fir and rhododendron forests and then through prickly-leaved Oak forests. We camp at the Tamang village of Gul Bhanjyang. This ridge walk provides excellent views of the mountains and the Helambu valley.
Day 13
Gul Bhanjyang - Chisopani
Today’s walk consists of gentle ups and downs, following a ridge to our campsite just above Chisopani (2194m,) from where there are excellent views of the Himalayan range from Manaslu to Everest. 
Day 14
Chisopani - Kathmandu
We climb to the small pass at Burlang Bhanjyang (2438m.) and take our last look at the great line of snow peaks of the Himalaya before descending to Sundarijal and the drive to Kathmandu.


Ganesh Himal Trek
NEST TREK 214: 14 Days

This is not a very long trekking tour but it is very interesting as it goes through two valleys from which the views of the large mountains are particularly impressive. This trek is ideal for those wanting to escape from the more popular regions of Annapurna and Everest regions. It is famous for its unspoilt Tamang culture. This trekking start from Trishuli Bazaar in the semi –tropical sunm, goes up to a fairly high elevation, where a close view of Ganesh II (7,163m), and Ganesh IV (7,052m) can be enjoyed and descends to Syabrubensi after crossing over two passes.

Day 1
Trishuli to Salankhu khola
We drive to Trishuli in the morning and have lunch near the Trishuli electricity Dam. After lunch we walk for about 3 hours to Salankhu khola.
Day 2
Salankhu khola to Balche village
An easy walk and then a short climb takes us to Kalawale village for lunch. After lunch we proceed to the big Tamang village of Balch for our overnight camp.
Day 3
Balche to village to Gonga 
We take an easy walk from balche village through a forest and camp with the peaks of Langtang Lirung and Gosainkunda in good view.
Day 4
Gonga to Singa
We walk through rhododendron forests to camp either at Rupchet, a cattle pastures or up on the singha pass (4600m). The Singha pass offers spectacular views of Langtang Lirung, Ganesh himal, Baudha peak, himalchuli, Machhapuchhre, South Annapurna and Annapurna II.
Day 5
Singla to Pangsang
We walk up the Singla Hill following small trails to Pangsung for our overnight camp. The view from here is spectacular.
Day 6
Pangsang to Serthung village.
We walk down through pine and rhododendron forests to the Tamang village of Serthung and set up camp with good views of mountains all around.
Day 7
Serthung village to Laba
A short flat trail and then a gradual descent, passing through Barang village and then crossing the Akhu khola takes us to Laba, a big Tamang Village.
Day 8
Laba to Mongey Thanti
We climb gently over a hill and then descend through forests to camp at Mongeythanti
Day 9
Mongey thanti to Dumchet village
A gradual walk down through forests with lunch by a stream brings us to our camp at Dumchet village.
Day 10
Dumvhet village to Budhigandak
We take a gradual walk today to Baseri and camp near the Budhigandaki river.
Day 11
Budhigandaki to Arughat Bazaar
We walk along the bank of Budhi gandaki river and stop at Arughat bazaar for the night. There are tea shops and a police station here.
Day 12
Arughat Bazaar to Khanchowk Danda
We slowly climb the Khnchowk Danda crossing the Mukti khola and camp for the night
Day 13
Khanchowk Danda to Gorkha
We cross the ridge today and walk gradually up hill to Gorkha, camping near the old palace.
Day 14
Gorkha to Kathmandi
We have a tour of Gorkha palace the palace of the King Prithvi Narayan Shah who united Nepal in 1881 AD and visit the bazaar, Before driving back to Kathmandu.


For the above, the Day to Day Itinerary, Fixed Departures and Prices will be given upon Request.