Trekking in Nepal is interacting with the local people, culture, religion, and lifestyle as well as walking through forests of rhododendron, bamboo, oak, hemlock & visiting one or two villages each day.You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to tackle the Himalayas. Nor do you need any special experience. Trekking is just walking, and anyone who is moderately fit and has a sense of adventure will enjoy hiking and Trekking in Nepal.

Nepal is the ultimate for the trekking enthusiast – offering a myriad of possibilities from the short and easy to the demanding challenges of the snowy peaks. Easy, moderate or rigorous – there is something for every palate. Nepal has aptly been called “ A Trekker’s Paradise” as her terrain – mountains, hills and the Tarai – offers some of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world.

The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates found here support an equally spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation, and wildlife. Trekking in Nepal is as much a cultural experience as a Himalayan adventure. In the shadows and foothills of the icy pinnacles of the Himalaya, one passes picturesque charming villages inhabited, by diverse ethnic groups. Treks vary from expeditions, high altitude treks to simple easy-paced walks.

Nepal Trekking Pass is specialized to provide trekking packages in Nepal and the entire Himalayan Region – from the Northern Himalayan ranges of India to the far Eastern Himalayan range, Bhutan. There is no age limit – you can undertake any one of our customized trekking tours, only you need to be physically fit. However, some of our tours are tougher than others, though to make it easy for you to choose according to our confident below are the grading to help you out.

General Information

Put simply, a trek is an extended walking holiday, suitable for anyone with a spirit of adventure. Most days begin with a stunning Himalayan sunrise when the crew serves you a piping hot cup of tea and provides you with a warm bowl of washing water. After a heartily cooked breakfast, you generally walk for two to four hours. You need only to set a leisurely pace, allowing plenty of time to absorb the beauty of the surrounding countryside, its peoples, and the magnificent mountain backdrop. You are encouraged to take your time, stop for photographs and explore local villages. There is never any pressure to keep up. Remember, your treks are fully portered, so you only need to carry a day pack with a water bottle, camera, pullover and anything you think you may need during the day. On our higher altitude treks, rest and exploration days are built in to ensure proper acclimatization.

Your Crew

Additional guides, or Sherpa, accompany you on your trek. They pitch and break camp for you, give directions as they walk with you during the day, and generally ensure you have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. You travel with the security of having the professional back-up on hand. Yaks, ponies or porters from the local region shoulder the main load, so you do not have to do the hard work. You appreciate their help when all you have to carry is your daypack with water, camera and any essentials you might need during the day.Your cooks, whether in lodges or on camping treks, are amazing with strict attention to hygienic foods. All food is prepared on kerosene.