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Sightseeing in Nepal

  • Kathmandu Durbar Sq.
    Kathmandu Durbar Sq.
  • Patan Durbar Sq.
    Patan Durbar Sq.
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Sq.
    Bhaktapur Durbar Sq.
  • Pasupatinath Temple
    Pasupatinath Temple
  • Swoyambhunath Stupa
    Swoyambhunath Stupa
  •  Budhanilkantha
    Budhanilkantha
  • Godawari & Phulchoki
    Godawari & Phulchoki
  • Daskinkali Temple
    Daskinkali Temple
  • Changu Narayan Temple
    Changu Narayan Temple
  • Sundrijal Sightseeing
    Sundrijal Sightseeing
  • Nagakot Hill
    Nagakot Hill
  • Dhulikhel Hill
    Dhulikhel Hill
  • Namobuddha
    Namobuddha Sightseeing
  • Kakani Sightseeing
    Kakani Sightseeing
  • Shivapuri Hill
    Shivapuri Hill

Major Trekking Region, Peak Climbing & Expedition Adventure in Nepal

Considered as one of the most challenging treks in Nepal, the Manaslu Circuit will reward the adventurous with an unparalleled alpine experience. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty, and biological diversity. We ascend the Gandaki River valley, which is fed by innumerable rivers and waterfalls, offering the chance of a plunge into some bathing pools. From here, the streneous section begins and yaks begin to out number people in the rocky landscape. In Samagoan (3450m) we visit the glacial green lake of Birendra, before crossing into mystic Samdo, a mere 15km from the Tibetan border. Here Tibetan monks inhabit sacred monasteries and combined with the views of the Tibetan plateau against stark white Himalayas this is a truly spiritual place. The biggest challenge then awaits - crossing the snow bound Larkya La pass (5213m). Snow-covered peaks over 6500m towers above as we cross. The descent, once off the snow, takes us through alpine then tropical areas, bursting with ferns, bamboo, pine trees, waterfalls and aqua-blue green lakes laced with cotton-white beaches. Finally, Manaslu will disappear as we descend to Beshishar (832m.) This 3week excursion will leave you with a sense of peace and respect for the people of Nepal and its ecological wonders.
The Annapurna Region named after the world famous Mount Annapurna (8091m) is a land of spectacular beauty and bio-diversity. With most admired and most visited area for trekking in the country, the Annapurna region reaches as high as (8091m) of Mt. Annapurna 1st and covers the area of one of the well managed Annapurna conservation area and is spread around Kaski, Mustang, Manang and Lamjung districts of Nepal.
Langtang is one of the most unspoiled national parks of Nepal which is situated north of Kathmandu near the Tibetan border; it is the most easily accessible highland sanctuary from the capital. Langtang covers 1,710 sq. kilometers forming the upper catchments areas of two of Nepal's largest river systems - the Trishuli and Koshi. This National park was designed in 1970/1971 but established only in 1976 by the government of Nepal. The three major areas are Langtang, Gosainkund and Helambu, which can be combined in many different ways to make treks from 7 to 16 days long. This trekking route requires a national park permit and it is illegal to enter inside the national park without national park entry permit.
Manaslu at 8163 meters (26, 775') is the 8th highest peak in the world and is located near to the border of Nepal and Tibet. The name Manaslu means "The Spirit-Mountain" in the local dialect, referring to the benevolent and strong deity, which dwells within. Trekking in Manaslu is one of the most delightful adventures. Manaslu trek was officially opened in 1991 which is lies between the two big rivers, the Budi Gandaki and the Marshyangdi. This area offers a combination of rich cultural heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. Trekking in Manaslu region is one of the most spectacular treks in the Himalaya which is located in the eastern part of Nepal offering impressing natural scenery. Manaslu was attempted by Japanese expeditions every year from 1952 until 1956, when the first ascent was made then its became known as a '”Japanese Mountain”.
This remote, rugged land of elevated open valleys, long rides, temperate forest, alpine meadows and virgin rivers was one of the kingdoms of the Khasa Mallas in the 14th. Century. The region still holds the remnants of the bygone era, and one can find sculptured temples, stone pillars and carving. Rafting down the Bheri, one of the major tributaries of the Karnali River is certainly a most exhilarating experience viewing the river Dolphins. The area has seldom been visited by westerners and the flow of water and drop of elevation is much faster and steeper than on the Trishuli and Sun Koshi rivers. The ultimate conclusion of the trip, to Karnali Tented Camp inside the Bardia National Park, is the highlight of this fascinating adventure.
Trekking in Eastern Nepal includes an eastern approach to Everest. This region is very isolated but has some of the best trekking in Nepal. The most popular areas for trekkers are the Makalu Barun National park on the border of Tibet and the Kanchanjunga massif on the border to Sikkim. Trekking to the very remote Makalu (8475m) and Kanchanjunga (8598m) base camps are two of the finest treks in Nepal. This area is rarely visited by trekkers and this is an area with diverse and colorful culture at the lower elevations and rich in wildlife at the highlands. To make trips to eastern mountains, either domestic flight or long journey by bus is necessary. The main domestic airports are Tumlingtar, Lamidada and Taplejung which have direct connection with Katmandu.
Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak is the most popular Peak among the trekking peaks in Annapurna region of Nepal. It is on the way to the highest pass of the world and offers good scope for exploration. The western flank...

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Yala Peak Climbing

Yala peak is a part if the Langtang Himal which is located at the centerl part of Nepal. The peak is seldom climbed in its own right, often being used as a warm-up for Naya Kanga on the opposite s...

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Mt. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

Singu Chuli is the mountain formerly known as Fluted peak. Singu Chuli lies to the North of Tharpu Chuli along a connecting ridge. This mountain is a much stiffer proposition than Tharpu Chuli, and ...

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Ramdung Peak Climbing

This trek is strenuous; therefore a high level of physical fitness is essential. A b sense of adventure, and the willingness to walk 8 to 9 hours a day, often at high altitudes adds to the excitem...

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Mt.Island Peak Climbing

Embark on a wonderful adventure with Island Peak climbing and trekking that takes you into the heartland of the Khumbu, Gokyo (4,750m/15,584ft) and Everest Base Camp (5,357m/17,575ft). Island Peak (...

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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak is 6,654m high trekking peak which enough to be seriously challenging but does not require serious mountaineering skills being one of the least demanding peaks of this altitude. This po...

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Chulu West Peak Climbing

Of the two Chulus (East and West) Chulu West is the higher Peak. The first ascent to Chulu west was made by a Japanese Expedition team in 1952. It lies in a small valley north of Manang; off the ...

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Dhampus Peak Clambing

Dhampus Peak Clambing: Situated in the heart of the Dhawalagiri region, Dhampus peak Clambing is an interesting peak for climbers. Dhampus Peak lays Northeast of the big Dhaulagiri massif. It is i...

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Manaslu Expedition

Manaslu Expedition: Was first climbed in 1956 by a japanese expedition. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa, meaning 'intellect' or 'soul'. This is the same word that is the root of the n...

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Cho-Oyu Expedition

Cho Oyu Expedition: The sixth highest mountain in the world, has only recently become a popular mountain to climb. It is known to be one of the easer of the world's fourteen 8,000 meter mountain. ...

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Makalu Expedition

Makalu (8463m.) was first climbed by a French party in 1955. is the world's 5th highest mountain at 8,463m. Situated between Everest and Kanchanjunga, on the Nepali-Tibetan border. The peak was fi...

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Kanchenjunga Expedition

Kanchenjunga: Is the third-tallest mountain in the world after Mt. Everest and Mt. K2. Kanchenjunga is situated in eastern part of Nepal at 8598m. It was first climbed by a British team in 1956. I...

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Dhaulagiri Expedition

Dhaulagiri is one of the most popular 8000m. peaks for climbing in Himalayas . The seventh highest mountain in the world, Dhaulagiri, lies on north – west of Pokhara culminating high point at i...

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Mt. Pumori Expedition

Pumori is the most popular mountain for those who whis to climb 7000m peaks in the Himalayas of Nepal. We arrange both the logistic support and guided climbing for Pumori expedition. Climbing Pumor...

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Annapurna Expedition

Annapurna Expedition: Is a Sanskrit word which when broken down, would mean, "Sustenance" and "filled with". So the name would translate into "The Goddess rich in Sustenance" or simply "The Provid...

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Everest Expedition

Mount Everest Expedition: Is still the ultimate mountaineering adventure. As the highest mountain in the world, Everest has immense appeal to mountaineers and fascination for non-climbers, but it ...

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Tour in Nepal

Nepal the land of Himalayas is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is the perfect place for holidays as the country is blessed with enchanting tourism and attractions and magnets tourists from the entire globe. On your Nepal tour package you have wonderful opportunity to see and explore the rich culture and tradition of Nepal, fascinating heritage attractions, royal kingdoms and durbars, breathtakingly beautiful snow capped mountains, virgin beauty of the nature, marvelous art and crafts, UNESCO World Heritage Site and many other exciting places of tourist interest. Due to the unparallel beauty of Nepal tourism,
• Pokhara Valley Tours • Muktinath Temple • Ghalegaun – The Traditional Village • Gorkha Town
• Manakamana Temple • Bandipur Tour • Daman Hill Tour • Gosaikunda – Pilgrimage Tour
• Namche Bazzar • Chitwan Tour • Janakpurdham • Tansen Nepal
• Ilam • Lumbini

Jhomolhari Trek

Jhomolhari

(Western Bhutan Tour, one major Festival & Chomolhari Trek)
Nothing in the world can prepare you for the astounding panorama that awaits you when you embark on a Jumolhari trek in Bhutan. Along all the way, you will come upon spectacular stretches of spectacular scenery, unending expanse of fields, green hills filled with flowers and quiet hamlets below snowcapped mountain peaks. One of Bhutan's finest treks offers spectacular views of 7314m Jumolhari, its companion Jitchu Drake, Tserim Kang and the adjoining peaks Chomolhari, which is Bhutan's highly revered custodian looms large on the Tibet-Bhutan border close to the ancient trade route from India into Tibet's Phari Valley. It is thought by many to be the most beautiful mountain in the whole length of the Himalaya. This trek has high chances of sightseeing the blue-sheep, Takin, and a wide variety of birds. In the spring, rhododendrons, azaleas, and masses of wildflowers carpet the high meadows, and pear and apple trees blossom in the valleys. In the fall, rice paddies ripen to a golden brown, and yak herders bring their charges down from high summer pastures. The trek combines attending one of the joyous festivals of Bhutan.

Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Paro and transfer to Thimphu (L/D)

Day 02: Thimphu Valley Tour (B/L/D). After breakfast, tour spends the full day touring traditional Art School, Indigenous hospital, textile museum, and some of its many cultural monuments in the capital. This evening we will take a stroll, and visit the colourful farmer's market, which is best during the weekends. Overnight in Jumolhari Hotel or Hotel River View. (September 2009 trip: for most part of the day, we visit Thimphu Tsechu Festival, held in open courtyards adjoining Tashicho Dzong).

Day 03: Drive to Punakha (B/L/D). After further tour of Thimphu in the morning, drive east to Punakha and Wangdi valley, which takes about 3 hours. En-route, we stop to take in the panoramic views from Dochula pass (3,050m). In the evening, take a short walk to visit Chimi Lhakhang temple, dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley, a Buddhist saint popularly known as “the divine madman” and considered a folk hero in Bhutan for his unconventional ways. There will be time in the evening to take self-guided walks from your hotel. Overnight Meri Phuensum Resort or similar.

Day 04: Punakha & Wangdue Phodrang Tour (B/L/D) Drive to the idyllic countryside north of Punakha, and start a gradual hiking ascent through cultivated fields and little hamlets to the Khamsum Yuelley Namgyel Chorten, a shrine built for the present King when he was a crown prince and for world peace. The shrine is an amazingly elaborate structure with a rainbow images of Guru Rimpoche and there are superb views of the Valley below. The hike uphill takes about 35 minutes. We will return downhill and following ancient riverside trails, walk back to Punakha Dzong via Sonagasa village etc. (Total approx 2-3hours walk of easy walk). Visit impressive Punakha Dzong, an architectural masterpiece at the confluence of pho & mo chu rivers. Later in the evening, drive and visit the town of Wangdiphodrang and its fortress on the ridge. Overnight Meri Phuensum Resort or Similar.

Day 05: Drive to Paro (B/L/D) From Punakha, retrace our drive recrossing Dochula for one more opportunity to view the panoramic views of eastern Himalayan range. Lunch at Thimphu or in Paro depending on the time taken. In Paro. We will try to cover some sights as well and later stroll through the town area. This is also an opportunity to shop for any others you may need for the trek. Our accommodations will in a simple nice cottages of Tiger Nest Resort, north of Paro with views of Takstang monastery (away from the town area). Our trek start point is nearby and so we have extra time in the morning to pack etc. Overnight in Tiger’s Nest Resort or similar.

Day 06: Begin Trek to Shana (B/L/D) Approx. 17km, 5 hours trek, 360m ascent 80m descent (1meters = Aprox 3.28ft) Transfer to the trek starting point near Drukgyel Dzong (2,580m), where our pack ponies are loaded up with all the gear for our trek. Accompanying us are crews; comprising of horseman, ponies, Guide, Cook and assistants. Your luggages are carried by the ponies/ mules and all you have to carry is a day pack containing the requirements for use during the day. On the trek, there will be a dinning tent, simple pit toilet tents and sleeping tents. We use LPG gas to cook the meals, light dinning tent and kitchen. We are also among the very few companies in Bhutan that carry Gamow or PAC bags (Pressurized Altitude Chambers), in case of emergencies with altitude sickness. Our first day is an easy trek. While our crews get ready, we begin by walking along the Paro River, following it as it winds along past traditional farmhouses with cultivated fields of red rice, chilies, potatoes, and millet. After about five hours of walking, we arrive at campsite by the river near the village of Shana (2,860m). By this time our crew will have passed us and prepared our camping. Overnight in tents.

Day 07: Trek to Soi Thangthanka (B/L/D)Approx. 22km 7-8 hours trek, 770m ascent. 10m descent
Today is a longer and much tougher day, so start early! You are now entering Jigme Dorji National Park. We continue up through the valley of the Paro River, which gradually narrows as the trail leads higher, winding up and down through a thick, lush forest of oak, pine, and juniper. As we get closer to our camp for the night, we begin to see the snowcapped summit of Mt. Chomolhari. Camp at Soi Thangthangkha (3,610m) amidst the woods with one trekker’s hut, used for eating and fire place. Overnight in tents.

Day 08: Trek to Jangothang (Base Camp) (B/L/D). Approx. 19km, 5 -6 trek. 480m ascent We continue following the Paro River as the valley begins to widen, opening to a spectacular area surrounded by high ridges and snowcapped peaks. A few yak-herding villages are based in this area, and we may be lucky to purchase some yak cheese from them or have lunch in one of their simple, traditional homes. Today is not a long day but because of altitude gain, the pace is slower. Camp at Jangothang (4,080m) below a ruined fortress with Mt. Chomolhari seemingly nearby. There is a nice little trekker hut that provides fire place and dinning.

Day 09: Rest Day for Exploration (B/L/D) Jangothang is one of the most spectacular camping places in the entire Himalayas. Chain of snow peaks form the eastern side of Paro River, which is clear little brook here, and there are Yak herders villages, and trout filled lakes to visit. The mighty of Chomolhari, Bhutan's second highest mountain, seems almost close enough to touch here. This sacred mountain remains unclimbed, off limits to mountaineers. Near it raises majestic Jichu Drake, also unclimbed. There are several small Yak herders villages nearby. Depending on your interest, you can walk towards the glaciers of Chomolhari, or part of the route heading north to Lingshi or you can also opt to stay at camp, take in the views, visit village, and rest for the challenging day ahead. You can also get some laundry or cleaning done this morning in a stream nearby. Overnight in Tents.

Day 10: Trek across Bhontela to Dumzo (Yaksa) (B/L/D). Approx. 16km, 7 hours trek. 810m ascent and 1090m descent.
The trek is now more serious today. Our trail starts with a steep hike to Tshopu (4380m), one of the two trout-filled glacial lakes we will pass on the way to Bhonte La. From here, we often see blue sheep, fat marmots, and migrating Himalayan birds, as well as incredible views of Jichu Drake, a beautiful snowcapped peak alongside Chomolhari. The meadows are carpeted with flowers and there are usually some Yak herder’s tents. We continue for about one hour to our lunch spot below Bhonte La (4890m). On a clear day, the views from the pass are really spectacular in all directions. You can even see Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world to the west. After lunch we cross the pass and make a long, steep descent to the yak-herding valley of Soi Yaksa. There are only a few families living in the area and they produce some of the best yak-wool cloth we'll see along the trail. Yak herders and their families will come to our camp as early as 6:00am with items to sell, such as cloth, yak tassels and ropes, jewelry, etc. Campsite is at 3800m

Day 11: Trek to Thongbu Shong (B/L/D). Approx 11km 5 hours trek. 720m ascent, 340m descent.
Our hike starts with a very gentle uphill trail to the top of the eastern ridge of the Soi Yaksa valley. From here we can enjoy an incredible view of the amphitheater of mountains to the north. Little by little the very top of Chomolhari and Jichu Drake reappear on the distant horizon as we approach our lunch spot. Cross Takhung La (4520m). A short descent thereafter leads into wide and grassy Thangbu valleys (4180m). This area is rich pastureland for yaks, and we'll probably see nomadic yak herders camped in their traditional woolen tents and stone huts.

Day 12: Trek to Shana (B/L/D). Approx. 13km 5hr 200m ascent and 1650m descent.
After a short, steep climb out of camp, we leave the remote mountain area by following a ridge to Thombu La (4380m) From this vantage point we get a glimpse of the Paro Valley to the south and mountain views all around. Then start steep descent for most of the afternoon and rejoin our route at Shana (2730m), where we spent our first night of camping. (5-6 hours hiking.) You campsite may differ tonight. We may cover more area and camp bit further down.

Day 13: Trek end to Paro (B/L/D) After trekking for 4 hours or less, we make it back to the Drugyal Dzong. Bid farewell to our trekking crew and transfer to your hotel. In the afternoon, you can join for the tour of Paro Valley. (Note: March trip attends the colorful Paro Tsechu Festival, the biggest event of its kind in Bhutan, this afternoon.)

Day 14: Paro Takstang & Ugyen Tsemo (B/L/D). Approx. 9km/ 2-3 hours trek 890m descent. Transfer to the trail head and hike to Takstang. Most of the tourists trek upto Takstang and return but we will hike beyond Takstang and also visit other sites such as Zangdopelri temple and Ugyen Tshemo monasteries as well. Return to Paro in the evening Overnight in Gangtey Palace Hotel or similar.

Day 15: Full day sightseeing tour of Paro (B/L/D)
Paro is one of the most beautiful valleys in the country with Bhutan’s only airport located here, among the terraced fields, and elegant farm houses. Willow trees line many of the roads, contrasting with bright colors of the fields and the most popular and important sites also found within Paro district. On our final day in Bhutan, tour the National Museum housed in an ancient watchtower. Visit the Rinphung Dzong, fortress cum monastery, which houses the local district office and living quarters for monks. Visit Kichu temple, founded in the 7th century. We will take stroll around the town area, visit some farm houses and evening is free until farewell dinner. Overnight in Gangtey Palace Hotel or similar. (Note: March trip visits the Paro Tsechu Festival in the morning: this includes unfurling of Gaint Thangkha and final rites of the festival.)

Day 16: Depart (B) After breakfast, transfer to Paro airport in time for your departure flight.

Full Service Cost Includes:

  • All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • Accommodation (Twin sharing basis) and single supplement USD $ 25/Person/Night
  • Fluent English speaking tour guide with full experience.
  • Transport (Toyota coach/Tucson/Santafe/Landcruiser/Prado)
  • Museum entrance fee
  • Minerals water
  • Free airport pickup/drop
  • Full sightseeing

Full Service Cost Includes:

  • Air ticket to Bhutan
  • Visa Fee USD $ 20/Person
  • Surcharge USD $ 40 is applicable below 3Pax
  • Tourism Development Fund USD $ 10
  • Bar bills/Telephone bills Personal expensesand tips.

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