Trek high in the Himalayas

Trekking Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal

Get high in the Himalayas – with 8 out of 10 of the world’s highest mountains your adventure never stops. Nepal is the highpoint of exploration with Mt Everest a staggering 8,848 metres above sea-level. Trekking Nepal is a spiritual and physical experience, with breath-taking views, pilgrimage sites, great cuisine, and fabulous accommodation choices.

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Packages at this location

Mountains, glaciers, lakes - Langtang Gosaikunda trek Trekking

Discover the sacred and the temporal combined in perfect harmonious beauty here in the Langtang Gosaikunda region. Easily accessible just 140km from Kathmandu, this region resonates with spirituality and awe-inspiring geography. Gosaikunda a sacred lake is the centrepiece of this trek. Walk this hallowed land finding monasteries, glaciers, shrines, waterfalls, and mountains. Forests of rhododendron and homely tea houses will enhance your journey.

  • Coordination of Quick Rescue service (costs covered by your insurance plan)

  • Insurance, medication, and equipment for staff

  • Camp-site charges

  • Cooking equipment

  • Equipment such as sleeping bag, tents, mattresses

  • National Park/Conservation Area entry permit

  • All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)

  • Transportation to and from trailhead

  • All meals and hot beverages whilst trekking

  • All accommodation during trek

  • Porters for carrying goods and supplies

  • Licensed and trained trekking guides

  • Hotel accommodations and breakfasts

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off

Accommodation varies, either camping or in tea houses, depending on the group size.

Day 1 - Arrival in Kathmandu
Arrival in town, down time as well as chance to explore and settle into accommodation. Settle into the hotel and relax.

Day 2 - Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley
This first day is set aside to prepare all the equipment, meet the guides and get ready to start the expedition. A good chance to conserve strength and mentally prepare of the epic journey ahead Also plenty of time available to see the amazing local sights.

Day 3 - Kathmandu to Syabru Besi (1,400m)
Day 3 will be travel to Syabru, down time in the evening at the accomodation after a long day traveling.

Day 4 - Syabru Besi to Lama Hotel (2,748m)
A day or traveling finally arriving at the hotel and a welcome chance to relax and unwind.

Day 5 - Trek to Lantang village (3,500m)
A full days trek, after breakfast to reach the scenic and amazing Lantang Village.

Day 6 - Trek to Kyangjin (3,800m)
A full days trek to begin after breakfast to reach Kyangjin, plenty of rests along the way.

Day 7 - Rest day in Kyangjin (3,800m)
A rest day and a chance to relax and unwind in the nature and have a look around in Kyanjin .

Day 8 - Trek to Lama Hotel (2,784m)
After breakfast you will begin another full days trek. The day is long but fun with chances to embrace the amazing views.

Day 9 - Trek to Thulo Syabru (2,130m)
A interesting and exciting day with varied terrain passing through wonderful nature.

Day 10 - Trek to Sing Gompa (3,254m)
Reaching an incredible altitude of 3254m. With once in a lifetime views and mixed terrain finally reaching Sing Gompa.

Day 11 - Trek to Gosaikunda(4,336m)
A great day of trekking reaching an even higher altitude.

Day 12-Trek to Ghopte (3,359m)
Another full day trek as you begin to descend in altitude.

Day 13-Trek to Mangangoth (3,285m)
A much shorter day which is a welcome slower pace before driving to reach Mangangoth.

Day 14-Trek to Gulphu Bhanjyang (2,125m)
You have nearly come full circle, a beautiful trek in the nature.

Day 15-Trek to Chisopani (2,194m)
After breakfast walking for the full day towards Chisopani.

Day 15-Final trek at Sundarijal and drive to Kathmandu (1,450m)
A shorter day trekking to arrive at Sundarijal then then traveling on finally to the last stop in Kathmandu.

All year round

This itinerary is designed for trekkers who have a moderate level of fitness, it does include up to 7 hours of trekking per day.

Trek amongst the Gods - Annapurna base camp trek Trekking

Be a living legend, in a land where legends are born. Trek into the Annapurna sanctuary, and pass into a mythic land, a place where the Gods surround you. A sanctuary enclosed by several peaks exceeding 7000 metres - including Annapurna the goddess of harvests, Shiva whose home is on Machapuchare, or the sanctuary basin which is the treasure house of the Nagas. Experience unique beauty and culture, with glaciers, hot springs, and remote villages.

  • Coordination of Quick Rescue service (costs covered by your insurance plan)

  • Insurance, medication, and equipment for staff

  • Camp-site charges

  • Cooking equipment

  • Equipment such as sleeping bag, tents, mattresses

  • National Park/Conservation Area entry permit

  • All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)

  • Transportation to and from trailhead

  • All meals and hot beverages whilst trekking

  • All accommodation during trek

  • Porters for carrying goods and supplies

  • Licensed and trained trekking guides

  • Hotel accommodations and breakfasts

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off

Accommodation will be in either tea houses or camping depending on the group size.

Day 1 - Meeting at Kathmandu Airport. Overnight at hotel
Arrival in town, down time as well as chance to explore and settle into accommodation. Settle into the hotel and relax.

Day 2 - Visiting world heritage sites and trekking preparation day in Kathmandu
This first day is set aside to prepare all the equipment, meet the guides and get ready to start the expedition. A good chance to conserve strength and mentally prepare of the epic journey ahead Also plenty of time available to see the amazing local sights.

Day 3 - Flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara (25 min) or driving by tourist Bus - (6-7 hrs)
Day 3 will be travel to Pokhara down time in the evening at the accomodation after a long day traveling.

Day 4 - Trek from Pokhara to Tikhe Dhunga (1,540m) - 6 hrs
The first full days trek will commence after breakfast, accompanied by the guide. Across mixed terrain, including various breaks and photo ops to arrive at Tikhe Dhuna.

Day 5 - Trek from Tikhe Dhunga to Ghorepani (2,775m) - 7 hrs
A full days trek, after breakfast to reach the scenic and amazing Ghorepani area..

Day 6 - Trek from Ghorepani to Poon Hill (3,193m) and then Tadapani (2,540m) - 6 hrs
A full days trek to Tadapani, reaching a height of 3193m then descendly slight offers awesome sights.

Day 7 - Trek from Tadapani to Chhomrong (2,210m) - 5 hrs
A shorter day is welcome, beginning to descend once again.Many photo ops .

Day 8 - Trek from Chhomrong to Dovan (2,540m) - 6 hrs
After breakfast you will begin another full days trek. The day is long but fun with chances to embrace the amazing views.

Day 9 - Trek from Dovan to Machhapuchhure Base Camp (3,700m) - 6 hrs
This day trek will see you reach a height of 3700m, ascending again is a wonderful sight and experience.

Day 10 - Trek from Machhapuchhre Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m) - 2 hrs
A slightly shorter day which sees you reach an incredible altitude of 4130m. With once in a lifetime views and mixed terrain finally reaching Annapurna base camp.

Day 11 - Trek from Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2,340m) - 6 hrs
A great day of trekking after a shorter more relaxed day the day before.

Day 12 - Trek from Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1,750m) - 6 hrs
After breakfast, you begin to descend once again on this full day trek.

Day 13-Trek from Jhinu Danda to Pothana (1990m) - 6-7 hrs
Full day trek, finally reaching Pothana with lovely views.

Day 14-Trek from Pothana to Phedi 4 hrs and 45 min driving to Pokhara
A much shorter day which is a welcome slower pace before driving to reach Pokhara.

Day 15-Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu (25 min) or driving from Pokhara to Kathmandu by Tourist Bus - 7 hrs
A travel day, finally arriving back at Kathmandu, you have finally come full circle.

Day 16-Final Departure
Final day of travel back home or the start of your onward journey.

All year round. Recommended for September - November, or March - May.

This itinerary is designed for trekkers who have a moderate level of fitness, it does include up to 7 hours of trekking per day.

Everest Base camp – exceed your expectations Trekking

Be excited by Everest. Is there any mountain more iconic to the adventurer than Mt Everest. Follow in the footsteps of the greatest explorers and mountaineers as you trek into this outstanding alpine region. Whatever your expectations – they will be exceeded by this outrageously beautiful landscape. Be embraced by four of the world’s highest peaks and bask in the flora and fauna of Sagarmatha National park.

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off

  • Hotel accommodations and breakfasts

  • Licensed and trained trekking guides

  • Porters for carrying goods and supplies

  • All accommodation during trek

  • All meals and hot beverages whilst trekking

  • Transportation to and from trailhead

  • All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)

  • National Park/Conservation Area entry permit

  • Equipment such as sleeping bag, tents, mattresses

  • Cooking equipment

  • Camp-site charges

  • Insurance, medication, and equipment for staff

  • Coordination of Quick Rescue service (costs covered by your insurance plan)

Hotel accommodations, before and after the trek. Camping during trek, all equipment provided; including sleeping bag, tents, mattresses

Day 1 - Arrival at Kathmandu
Arrival in town, down time as well as chance to explore and settle into accommodation.

Day 2 - Rest and preparation day
This first day is set aside to prepare all the equipment, meet the guides and get ready to start the expedition. A good chance to conserve strength and mentally prepare of the epic journey ahead.

Day 3 - Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,652m) - 3 hrs
Day 3 will be travel to Lukla and the initial trek to reach the start point of the expedition in Phakding, down time in the evening at the accomodation..

Day 4 - Trek to Namche Bazzar (3,440m) - 6 hrs
A full days trek will commence after breakfast, accompanied by the guide. Across mixed terrain, including various breaks and photo ops.

Day 5 - Acclimatization day and excursion around
A rest day or sorts to allow your body to acclimatize to the altitude and atmosphere, along with a chance to explore Namche.

Day 6 - Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3,860m) - 6 hrs
A full days trek to the Tengboche Monastery, a scenic and brisk hike, including breaks and photo ops, finishing up at this wonderful place of religious and cultural significance.

Day 7 - Trek to Dingboche (4,358m) - 6 hrs
From Tengboche to Dingboche, another full days trek with breaks from lunch and rest, reaching high altitudes and incredible view.

Day 8 - Trek to Lobuche (4,928m) - 6 hrs
After breakfast you will begin another full days trek. The day is long but fun with chances to embrace the amazing views.

Day 9 - Trek to Everest Base Camp (5,365m) then back to Gorak Shep (5,180m) - 7 hrs
This day trek will have you arrive finally at Everest Base Camp, a wonderful sight and experience.

Day 10 - Trek to Kala Pattar (5,550m) - Pheriche (4,358m) - 5 hrs
A slightly shorter day which sees you reach an incredible altitude of 5550m. With once in a lifetime views and mixed terrain.

Day 11 - Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m) - 7 hrs
Begging to complete the full circle as you arrive back at Namche Bazaar, another slightly longer day but worth every step for the experience.

Day 12 - Trek from Namche to Lukla (2,840m) - 6-7 hrs
You made it full circle, an achievement in itself, with breaks along the way. We hope you got plenty of pics.

Day 13- Flight from Lukla (2,840m) to Kathmandu (1,310m). Overnight at hotel
Winding down as you take the flight back to Lukla and have an overnight in a hotel, a welcome change from camping.

Day 14-Final departure from Kathmandu
That draws this part of your trip to an end. It was great to have you.

All year round. Recommended during March - May, or September - November.

This itinerary is designed for trekkers who have a moderate to good level of fitness, it does include up to 7 hours of trekking per day.

About the location

Accommodation

You can expect to stay in quality accommodation when trekking with High Himalayan Trekking and Expeditions. All accommodation providers are carefully selected, depending on your chosen trek some accommodation may include camping. Nepal offers you a wide range of accommodation including 5-star hotels, and back-packer friendly guest-houses. Vacancies can be in short supply during peak seasons so it is recommended to book in advance. To ensure the quality of your stay it is advisable to check that your accommodation provider is government registered.

Location

Be you an explorer, historian, adventurer or spiritualist, Kathmandu offers the ultimate pilgrimage - possibilities abound in this magical valley. The Kathmandu valley contains three cities; Patan, Bhaktapur and Kathmandu, among them housing seven UNESCO world heritage sites. Kathmandu is your gateway to Nepal, from here you can explore the wonders of the region. From the mountains of the Himalayas, through the hilly mid-lands, to the low-lying Terai plains. Experience astounding beauty, awesome adventures, and an abiding sense of holiness. You should not be startled to discover that Hinduism is the majority religion in Nepal, and make sure you visit the Pashupatinath Temple, in Nepal - the world’s largest temple dedicated to Shiva. Of course, no trip to Kathmandu would be complete without at least a sample of Buddhism, so also visit the Monkey Temple – Swayambhunath. Where-ever you adventure in Kathmandu, you will find eye-watering scenes of colour and activity, explore busy alleyways, pass medieval temples, breathe in the smells of chillies and marigolds, and the sound of artisans and vendors bustling and hustling as they work. International flights are available to and from Kathmandu through the Tribhuvan Airport. You can also fly to many domestic destinations from Kathmandu. If you prefer domestic travel by bus, then there are plenty of bus services available.

Food

In Nepal geography and cuisine share a remarkable symbiosis. As you travel to different regions you will find not only a diversity of landscape but also a diversity of food. With large numbers of Hindu and Buddhist believers in Nepal, you will find plenty of vegetarian options. Carnivores will also find numerous options although beef may not be readily available. In the mid-lands, you will find the Khas and Pahadi cuisines. This land is dominated by hills, so rice-fields are in short supply. Here you will find wheat and grains turned into a variety of bread, plus a remarkable selection of fruits, chutneys and pickles. In the mountains of the Himalayas, you will find Tibetan-influenced cuisine, mixed with high altitude plants. Here you will find plenty of potatoes, plus hot and warm foods like soups. Yaks, Goats and Sheep provide; milk, cheese and yoghurt. Make sure you try some butter tea, made from yak butter, tea and salt. In the lowlands, you will find a number of cuisines with a great diversity of foods and spices available. Here you will find; mango, papaya, banana, and aubergine - many foods can be grown and more easily imported. Typical lowland meals contain rice, daal, papadum, mixed vegetables and deep-fried vegetables, with options of fish or goat curry.

Activities

Quality guided treks through the Himalaya region. Including the neighbouring areas of Nepal, Bhutan, India, and Tibet. Attention to detail and packages that are all inclusive. You simply need to pack your bags, and arrive at your destination. Flexible adventures – customised to meet your needs. Specialists in charity treks and spiritual tours.

Amenities

  • Airport Transfers

  • Guides

Available activities

  • Hiking