Planning to go for a trek in Himalayas here is the list of 10 things you must bring to a hike in the Himalayas. No matter whether you are going in an organized trekking in Himalayas or self organized these are the must things to do before the trek in Nepal.

Packing lightly for a trip out of the country is in itself exhausting. However, when you only have so much baggage allowance yet you are preparing for a trip and a hike at the same time, the task can be so daunting as you have to be wise about every bit of weight you put in your rucksack.

On October 2016, I went on a month-long trip to Nepal where I also did the 14 days Everest Base Camp Trek. Since it was my first time hiking in the Himalayas, prior to leaving my home country, I read every article on google about the things that are essential to bring.

Almost all articles listed everything – from the kinds of jackets one must bring, down to the number of underwear one must carry.

Two months after my trek, I found myself writing almost the same things-to-bring article everybody else already wrote and posted on their blogs. However, you should know upfront that you won’t find here detailed information of what the items you must stuff in your rucksack for you Himalayan dream.

Here, I have listed what you should never forget to bring with you aside from the obvious jackets, trousers, hiking boots, underwears, toiletries, etc.

10 Things to Bring a Hike in the Himalayas

Water Purification System

Bottled water is available in every tea house but as you get higher, prices will get steeper. During the trek, you will be required to drink at least three liters of water a day. When you reach the altitude of 4000 meters, you will have to increase your water intake to up to five liters. Unless you are willing to splurge on bottled water during your trek, bring with you water purification drops, tablets or some other gadgets. As for me, I used water purification drops and they worked just fine.


Every single day of the trek, you will be walking under the sun for a minimum of five hours. Slather on a sunscreen before you leave the tea house and reapply every so often, especially on your exposed skin. Halfway through our 12-day trek, our faces were starting to get sunburnt even if we were wearing caps. The first four trekking days were mostly cloudy but it didn’t mean we were safe from the sun’s UV rays.

Lip balm (with SPF)

Protecting your lips is as important as protecting the rest of your skin. With the combined power of the heat of the sun and the harsh wind, your lips can be as dry as the desert if you do not put on a lip balm.


At some point, I started getting headaches and I thought it was merely the altitude sickness kicking in. Later on, I realized it was the glare that had been causing the headaches as my eyes had a hard time adjusting to the brightness of the surroundings. I put on my sunglasses, which has been sitting in my backpack all the time and the headache was instantly relieved.


One thing my guide kept on reminding me was to never let the head get cold or you will be more prone to getting altitude sickness. I had a beanie with me but it’s not as warm as the knitted one my guide lent me. You can find a plethora of these in Kathmandu and even in the villages you’ll pass by during your trek.

Warm Gloves

This item is a must especially for people like me who easily get cold. This would of course depend on your tolerance as everyone is different. At +3000m my hands were already freezing while my guide’s hands were still warm. I used thin warm gloves I bought from Thamel in Kathmandu. Though knitted gloves are also available in the tea houses.


A secret to efficiently packing light is to bring items with multiple uses. Buff® is a multi-functional headwear that can be used as a baclava, hair tie, cap, hat liner, wristband, etc. I mainly used it as a hairband, sun guard or even face mask when it got to windy. This also served as my handkerchief when I was not on the trek.


No, I do not mean dog treats. Lol. This could be chocolate, peanut butter, chips or other food you might crave while on the trek. Doing a 12-day trek is no joke and somewhere along the way you will try to find something to reward yourself and usually that reward is food. You can of course always buy these from the tea houses when you start craving them but, like water, they can be more expensive up there. A German friend was wise enough to ask her brother to buy chocolates from the airport for the two of them so that they can have at least one per day when they did the 20-day Manaslu trek. As for our group, since we didn’t bring enough, we resorted to buying mars bars, mars rolls and pringles in the tea houses.


This was something not listed in the articles I read before but I decided to include this as this is more important than any gears and equipment you will bring. Trekking in the Himalayas is not easy and she won’t always show off her beauty. The truth about doing trips like this is you cannot always get what you want whenever you want it. And you get what you don’t want when you don’t feel like it. Sometimes, you’d be annoyed by too much clouds, too much rain, too much sun, bitter cold, too much crowd, and a lot of hella other things you can complain about. But that’s the beauty of it. It exhausts you, breaks you, drives you nuts to the core then disappoints you, and then one fine day it just unfolds right in front of you what you have always been looking for … and more. And it leaves you breathless, speechless and grateful more than ever before. You just have to be patient.


I almost cancelled on doing the trek as I believed I don’t have enough physical strength to finish it. But then, I decided to push through after hearing the advice of the first few Nepalese I met in Kathmandu. It is not always just about the physical strength. Anyone deciding on doing the trek must first be mentally strong. You have to believe you can do it, or else you will definitely fail. You have to have faith in yourself and faith in the God above that He will give you the strength you need. I honestly didn’t have the physical strength to do it but I finished it and I will forever be grateful for that.

Tours in Nepal is a dream of every luxury traveler throughout the world. If you are one of them, look at these 10 best tours in Nepal for 2022/2023.

Nepal boasts unsurpassed sheer diversification, from the steamy jungle and Terai to the icy peaks of the world’s highest mountains, so a range of tours activities is on offer.

Most Nepal tours listed here take 3 to 12 days to complete. All these tours in Nepal offer spectacular scenery and a close-up view of local cultures of the Himalaya. The overview, below, will help you decide which tours is best for you.

A tours to Nepal is always enthralling, as you can have so much to explore in this small country. You can immerse in the centuries-old temples and stupas in the medieval city squares of Kathmandu Valley; experience the breathtaking views of the Himalayas on a trekking tour to Mt. Everest or other spectacular mountains in the Himalayan region.

For wildlife lovers, an exciting jungle safari in Chitwan National Park is perfect, while a tour to Lumbini to learn about Buddha’s life and the development of Buddhism is enlightening.

Have you no time to go through every trek? See Nepal Tour’s recommendation on the top 7 most famous travel packages for Nepal.

Name of the Tour Reason to Choose Get Details
Kathmandu Tours and Treks – 5 Days A short 3 day trek from Kathmandu, Great sunrise view Read More
Kathmandu Itinerary – 4 Days Explores Kathmandu valley + 2 day hiking near Kathmandu Read More
Real Kathmandu Day Tour – 1 Day More of a cultural tour combined with Mountain views Read More
Nepal Travel Itinerary – 5 Days Finest short tour of Nepal to best tourist attractions- Most selling trip Read More
Nepal Travel Itinerary – 6 Days Connected to 3 major tourism places ( Kathmandu, Nagarkot & Pokhara) Read More
Nepal Travel Itinerary – 7 Days Best travel package for village, nature, culture, and wildlife tourism Read More
Best of Nepal Tour – 12 Days Best travel package for short treks pokhara, culture, and wildlife tourism Read More

As travel enthusiasts, we know exactly what you need to have sheer knowledge of relevant things before tours in Nepal.

  1. Your time and date schedule that you are planning for tours?
  2. Budget-friendly destination or worthy price experience?
  3. Homestay, guesthouse, or luxury hotels?
  4. How flexiable tours are you expecting?
  5. Expecting favorable seasons?
  6. Hiring a Nepali cultural guide?
  7. Traveling alone or along with a group of people?
  8. Got a suitable travel itinerary?
  9. Appropriate and trustworthy tour company?

The best of the best tours in Nepal

There are many tourist destination in Nepal that are sure to leave you spellbound. These holiday package give you a chance to interact with the local community and share unique cultures and traditions. Confused about choosing the most popular Nepal travel packages 2022/2023?

Have a look at these 10 best tours in Nepal.

1. Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

Kathmandu Pokhara Tour is one of the complete tour packages in Nepal that allows you to immerse yourself into the country’s deep-rooted unique culture and explore its uniqueness, richness, and authenticity. Nepal is a museum of customs and traditions. It is a country of cultural bliss.

Short Hikes Pokhara
Best Mountain views from Sarangkot, Pokhara

Explore the cultural highlights of the Kathmandu Valley before catching a scenic flight to the beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara. This trip combines a mixture of ancient history, great day activities for the more adventurous, and the chance to enjoy the more peaceful moments Nepal has to offer.

The 5-day Kathmandu to Pokhara tour brings you the quintessential experience of two of the hottest tourist destinations in Nepal.

Different international media have already included pokhara as one of the best travel destination in Nepal. Therefore, it’s not surprising to see Pokhara at the top of the list of the 10 best tours in Nepal.

Highlights of the Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

  • Fully private guided sightseeing culture & nature tour for 5 days
  • Visiting Nepal’s most popular cultural heritage in Kathmandu valley which are world heritage sites too
  • Learn the culture of Kathmandu valley
  • Have a scenic round flights between Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Enjoy best sunrise view and breathtaking Himalayan Panorama (Annapurnas, Fishtail & more) from Sarangkot, Pokhara
  • Relaxing boat trip to Phewa Lake

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 1,400 m above sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: Jan – December
  • Need Travel Duration: 5 to 6 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Easy
  • Hotel: Standard to Luxury

2. Wedding Anniversary Tour

Marriage/wedding anniversaries are the milestones from where you can look back and recall the beautiful memories you created together with your beloved. Nepal Tour is dedicated in providing you with such memories to look back in your future. Nepal is an amazing destination for romantic holidays. Marriage anniversary tour is a perfect combination for glancing natural beauties and cultural heritages in Nepal with your loved one.

Wedding Anniversary
Wedding Anniversary: Private helicopter charter to reach the Everest Base Camp

The culturally rich and religious country Nepal provides the opportunity to learn the lifestyle and observe the alluring landscape. Marriage anniversary tour allows the opportunity to spend some quality times with your love which is important to keep the married life interesting and lively.

Whether you’re looking to commemorate a 10-year anniversary or searching for 50th-wedding anniversary trip ideas. Let these examples of our custom journeys and private luxury tours inspire your anniversary vacations and romantic travel plans.

Highlights of the Wedding Anniversary Tour

  • Fully private guided sightseeing tour in Kathmadnu
  • Private helicopter charter to reach the Everest Base Camp
  • Learn the culture of Kathmandu valley
  • Have a scenic helicopter flight between Kathmandu – EBC – Kathmandu
  • 5 min landing at EBC and take a Anniversary shots
  • Relaxing boat trip to Phewa Lake

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 5550 M above the sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Restricted Permits: None (Khumbu Rural Permit & Sagarmatha National Park Permit is required)
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 4 to 6 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Moderate
  • Hotel:Luxury

3. Muktinath Tour Package

The origin of this temple is associated with the 19th century and it is believed that this Vishnu Temple was consecrated by Hindus. Muktinath tour lets you explore Muktinath temple which is one of the holy places for both Hindus and Buddhists religion situated in the Muktinath Region.

Muktinath Tour Package
Muktinath Tour Package

It is situated at an elevation of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La Pass. Mustang, Muktinath is one of the best travel destinations in Nepal. Previous, due to the lack of proper road and transportation, it was quite difficult to complete Muktinath Tour but now it is quite easier.

Muktinath Tour Package is one of the best cultural tours of Nepal. You can enjoy the Muktinath Tour with your family and friends. During your Muktinath Tour, you can choose among the different alternatives to reach Muktinath from Kathmandu and Pokhara. You can reach Muktinath by road, by air, and by trekking.

Highlights of the Muktinath Tour Package

  • Fly over the two most popular cities in Nepal(Kathmandu & Pokhara).
  • Get some striking views of the lakes in Pokhara.
  • Majestic views of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Dhaulagiri & Nilgiri
  • Beauty of Muktinath temple and Jomsom Village
  • Fly over the deepest gorge in the world- Kali Gandaki Gorge
  • UNESCO World Heritage Tour in Kathmandu valley
  • Take a holy bath under the in cold chilling water spouts in Muktinath temple
  • Relaxing boat trip to Phewa Lake

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 3,750 m above the sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Restricted Permits: None (Annapurna Conservation Permit is required)
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 6 to 7 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Moderate
  • Hotel:Standard

4. Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour

Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour is not only limited to capital city but it is also perfectly blended with the Mountain flight that offers you the magnificent views of world highest mountain Mt. Everest along with other glorious Himalayan ranges.

3 Days in Kathmandu offer all the best and major attractions of Kathmandu Valley and its three cities: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur.

Kathmandu Tour Package
The Kathmandu Durbar Square held the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled over the city.

Take a Private Kathmandu tour and experience the many wonders this city has to offer with a local as your guide. Kathmandu Tour focuses all the key highlights of Kathmandu valley, a living gallery of Nepalese arts, culture, and ancient heritage famed from ancient time.

If you have a short time in Kathmandu after your treks then why not choose a single day Kathmandu sightseeing. The 7 hours cultural tour starts at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Highlights of the Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour

  • Enjoy a mixture of history and culture of Kathmandu and Nepal
  • Visit the Buddhist sites of Boudhanath Stupa and Swayambhunath Stupa
  • Learn about the lifestyle of the Newa people, natives of Nepal
  • See the Hindu temple at Pashupatinath

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 1,400 m above sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: Jan – December
  • Need Travel Duration: 2 to 3 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Easy
  • Hotel: Standard to Luxury

5. Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour

Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour lets you visit the most popular destinations in Nepal. This tour takes you to some of the best places to visit in Nepal – Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan. Book this Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan tour and find out why Nepal is one of the best value destinations in the world. Experience nature, culture, adventure with magnificent Himalayan views.

Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour
Sun Set at Chitwan National Park

Get the best of cultural Kathmandu valley, scenic Pokhara and wilderness Chitwan in our Nepal highlights tour. Here is a 07 nights / 08 days Nepal tour that allows you to experience the highlights of Nepal. Therefore, Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour is one of the best short and budget-friendly holiday among the 10 best tours in Nepal.

Giving you an enduring vacation time, our Nepal tour package is embellished with pulchritudinous attractions and unmatched services. From a pilgrimage tour of the famous Pashupatinath Temple, sightseeing at Patan, to wildlife tour of Chitwan National Park and adventure tour at Sarangkot, our 7N/8D Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan itinerary covers the best of everything that a traveller deserves to explore while in Nepal.

Highlights of the Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour

  • Cultural, Historical & UNESCO World Heritage Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley.
  • Welcome dinner featuring a range of Nepali cuisines with enticing live cultural program.
  • Explore Pokhara, the city of Lake.
  • Enjoy the incredible views of the Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Fishtail.
  • Jaw-dropping sunrise view at picturesque hill station of Sarangkot.
  • Enjoy adventure jungle activities in Chitwan National Park.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 1,400 m above sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: Jan – December
  • Need Travel Duration: 7 to 8 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Easy
  • Hotel: Standard to Luxury

6. Nepal Buddhist Tour

Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal entails the visit to various Buddhist religious sites rejuvenating the spiritual and religious aspirations of Buddhism. The Buddhism history goes back to 536, when Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini. From then, Nepal has been a sacred place for meditation and spiritual exercise from various Buddhist monks and spiritual leaders.

Kathmandu Tour Package
Swayambhu is an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city.

The 07 nights / 08 days Buddhist Tour is a brilliantly planned itinerary which takes you to the most famous Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal. For, as much as it is a Hindu country, it is also a Buddhist country, and the influence of one upon the other is unmissable here.

Nepal Tour offers a well-organized trip in a budget cost to fulfill your religious aspirations. Apart from the caves and monasteries you will learn various Buddhism followings and closely experience the spiritual activities of monks and nuns. We can also arrange Buddhist wedding for anyone interested to start their life in a traditional way.

Highlights of the Nepal Buddhist Tour

  • Patan Durbar Square – City of finest arts.
  • Pashupatinath Temple – Biggest Hindu Shrine.
  • Syambhunath Temple also known as Monkey temple – Mix of Buddhist and Hindu Religion.
  • Boudhanath Stupa – Biggest Stupa of Nepal.
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square – Ancient Town of Kathmandu and Buddhist Newari Culture.
  • Changunarayan Temple – One of the Oldest temple of Nepal.
  • Namo Buddha – Where Lord Buddha feeds his meat to hungry cubes.
  • Dhulikhel – Best place for Sunset, Sunrise and Views of Himalayas.
  • Gorkha Durbar – The historical palace where the Shah dynasty began its regime.
  • Lumbini and Around – Birth place of Lord Buddha and Major attraction of Buddhism.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 1,400 m above sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: Jan – December
  • Need Travel Duration: 7 to 8 days
  • Tour Pricing: Moderate to High
  • Tour difficulty: Easy
  • Hotel: Standard to Luxury

7. Nepal Photography Tour

Exciting Nepal photography tour itinerary for mixed ability photographers explore medieval kingdoms, pagoda temples and remote hill side villages of Nepal- 12 days. Therefore, this photography itinerary is one of the best short and budget-friendly package among the 10 best tours in Nepal.

Explore Photography Adventure
Wildlife photography tours in Chitwan National Park

This is not a Everest trek either Annapurna trek, it is purely for photographers trip to Nepal!. If you love to Nepal and love to the variety of cultures blended into this compact nation. Hindu temples attract Sadu holy men, Tibetan stupas express Tibetan traditions and Newari villages are still graced by talented artists.

This Nepal photography tour is a unique combination of drives in open landscapes, short & easy walks, exploring places deep in the mountains and pristine lakes, all keeping photography in mind. Some of the highlights of this tour include. We do a 2 days beautiful trek around Pokhara into the Annapurnas to get close to snow capped mountains

This Nepal photography tour is suitable for photographers of any level, from amateurs to experts who use a digital camera. You will learn and shoot a wide range of photography genres, including portrait, street, landscape, architecture, and wildlife photography.

Highlights of the Nepal Photography Tour

  • Patan Durbar Square – City of finest arts.
  • Pashupatinath Temple – Biggest Hindu Shrine.
  • Syambhunath Temple also known as Monkey temple – Mix of Buddhist and Hindu Religion.
  • Boudhanath Stupa – Biggest Stupa of Nepal.
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square – Ancient Town of Kathmandu and Buddhist Newari Culture.
  • Changunarayan Temple – One of the Oldest temple of Nepal.
  • Khokana & Bungmati – Oldest Newari settlement.
  • Australian camp – Real taste of nature & cultural trek.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 2,060 m above sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 12 to 15 days
  • Tour Pricing: High
  • Tour difficulty: Easy
  • Hotel: Standard to Luxury

8. Everest Heli Tour with Champagne breakfast in Hotel Everest View

Every year more than thousands of travel enthusiasts visit Nepal to witness the Khumbu region’s spectacular beauty and the world-renowned Himalayas. An Everest base camp helicopter tour has long been a favourite Heli ride for tourists.

Everest Helicopter tour is a time-saver to have a pleasant experience on Everest in just one day. Well, the Khumbu region’s natural beauty is best seen from the sky, where you can soak in the entire expanse of snow-capped Himalayas, glaciers, and Sherpa settlement.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour
Our guests are on Everest Heli Tour with Champagne Breakfast Tour

Therefore, this Luxury helicopter itinerary is one of the best short and luxury-friendly package among the 10 best tours in Nepal.

EBC Heli tour with champagne breakfast in Everest view hotel is an adventurous trip to the lap of the Himalayas. A 40 min thrilling flight to the world’s most inevitable airport – Lukla Airport. A picturesque and scenic helicopter flight to the base of the world’s highest mountains, Kala Patthar, and fly over the magical active mountain glaciers.

Everest Heli Tour with Breakfast tour has been limited weight during the high attitude over than 4350 m altitude. The Everest base camp helicopter tour cost for a single shuttle will be US$3500 to $4000 per trip. And the cost of Double shuttle cost (more than 3 pax or more than 250 kg) is US$ 4000 to 4500 per trip.

Highlights of the Everest Heli Tour with Breakfast

  • A 4 hrs Mt. Everest helicopter tour with Champagne breakfast.
  • Unlike the Everest Base Camp trek, the helicopter tour is suitable for all fitness levels.
  • Get a panoramic view over the world’s highest mountaintops and most stunning glaciers.
  • Enjoy complimentary, door-to-door pickup and drop-off from your Kathmandu hotel.
  • Spectacular helicopter views of the Himalayas of the Everest regions.
  • Fly over the amazing landscape of the Khumbu region and Sherpa land.
  • Experience one of the best aerial tours in the world.
  • Flying over the most famous and renowned Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Aerial views of a beautiful village, green valley, an alpine forest.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 5550 M above the sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 1 day
  • Tour Pricing: High
  • Tour difficulty: Moderate
  • Hotel: Luxury

9. 3 Weeks Nepal Itinerary

Nepal is a multi-sensory journey, from the utter chaos of Kathmandu to the kind Nepalese — always greeting you with a warm Namaste — to the delicious Nepali food and ancient Hindu temples.

Nepal is a paradise for hikers, with short and longer treks. You can climb the famous Mount Everest from Nepal. But the Himalayas are by no means the only reason to go to Nepal. The spiritual character, with Buddhism at its centre, also is a great attraction for travellers. White stupas, richly decorated temples and of course the birthplace of Buddha are reasons for a trip Nepal.

Nepal Itinerary 6 Days
Nepal Itinerary 3 Weeks

Therefore, this 3 weeks Nepal itinerary is one of the best long and friendly package among the 10 best tours in Nepal.

For many people, a multi-day hike through the Himalayas is the literal and figurative highlight of Nepal! If that also applies to you, take into account extra rest days in your Nepal itinerary. Especially if you will be making altitude meters, you need acclimatization time to get used to the altitude.

If you also want to see the rest of the country, then you need at least 3 to 4 weeks for a round trip to Nepal. If you are not going to do a multi-day hiking tour through Nepal, then 2 weeks of travelling might be enough. So only you can create your personal ultimate itinerary for Nepal!

A Nepal Itinerary 3 Weeks covers almost all major tourist destination of Nepal including the enchanting Kathmandu Valley, one of the best managed national park in South Asia- Chitwan National park, small hill station Bandipur, beautiful Pokhara valley, historical Tansen city, sacred Buddhist pilgrimage site Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha as well as Bardia National Park famous of Royal Bengal Tiger.

Highlights of the Nepal Travel Itinerary 3 Weeks

  • Patan Durbar Square – City of finest arts.
  • Pashupatinath Temple – Biggest Hindu Shrine.
  • Syambhunath Temple also known as Monkey temple – Mix of Buddhist and Hindu Religion.
  • Boudhanath Stupa – Biggest Stupa of Nepal.
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square – Ancient Town of Kathmandu and Buddhist Newari Culture.
  • Changunarayan Temple – One of the Oldest temple of Nepal.
  • Namo Buddha – Where Lord Buddha feeds his meat to hungry cubes.
  • Dhulikhel – Best place for Sunset, Sunrise and Views of Himalayas.
  • Visit Pharping and monasteries – Important Heritage of Buddhist Religion.
  • Lumbini and Around – Birth place of Lord Buddha and Major attraction of Buddhism.
  • Best views of a beautiful village, green valley, an alpine forest.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 2150 M above the sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 20 – 22 days
  • Tour Pricing: High
  • Tour difficulty: Moderate
  • Hotel: Standard

10. Nepal Family Tour with 5 days Trek

Best of Nepal Tour Package is a guided family tour package for some fascinating places in Nepal. It mainly focuses on short trek activities, so we can also call it a Nepal family tour package. With this trip, one can take part in various travel activities like cultural tour, hill station, and jungle safari, and trekking in Nepal. We won’t be wrong, calling it one of the best-selling guided family trips in Nepal that concentrate on fun and adventure.

Nepal is a beautiful country that has treasured its diversified landmarks at their best. The lush forests, verdant valleys, rolling hills, fast-flowing rivers, lakes, rock formation, and tough terrain are the unique aspects that help Nepal stand out from other countries. With this Nepal family tour, one can never get enough of the picturesque views of mountains, hills, and villages wherever you go.

Family Lodge Trek in Nepal
Family Lodge Trek in Nepal

We take out a little time out of busy schedules and go on a vacation. Similarly, we expect that the family holiday will be full of fun and adventure that makes us fresh and energetic again. And here, Best of Nepal family tour package can be an ideal option for those who have a real whelm of trying something new. It is a family adventure travel in Nepal where you will see and visit all the fascinating spots of mountains, slopes, and valleys.

Nepal for family 12 days itinerary combines Nepal’s most beautiful and tourist attraction cities, including Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Pokhara, and Chitwan with full of fun 5 days trek near to Pokhara.

Highlights of the Nepal Family Tour with 5 days Trek

  • Take 45 minute mountain flight from Kathmandu.
  • Explore Kathmandu and a trio of sacred sites: Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Patan Durbar Square.
  • Trek to Ulleri through oak and rhododendron forests.
  • Watch a dramatic sunrise from the majestic Poon Hill.
  • Learn about Gurung culture and history in Ghandruk.
  • Relax in the lakeside bliss of stunning Pokhara.
  • 5 days guided family trek on a full board.

Quick Tour Facts

  • Altitude: 3200 M above the sea level.
  • Starting point: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Cultural Tour Guides: Yes
  • Best Travel Season: September- November, March-May
  • Need Travel Duration: 10 – 12 days
  • Tour Pricing: High
  • Tour difficulty: Moderate
  • Hotel: Standard

Tours in Nepal FAQs

Why Nepal is special destination for holidays?

Nepal is known as the famous ultimate outdoor-sports destination, offering a wide range of sports like rock climbing, canyoning, ziplining etc. The most challenging sport may be skydiving from Mount Everest and land in the highest zone in the world.

Do you need a tour guide in Nepal?

We strongly recommend taking a professional English-speaking cultural tour guide while you are tours in Nepal. Tour in the different areas are not the same every time. The weather, the people, the forests might trouble you. So, having a tour guide will help you get out of that. Other than that, he or she will lead your group to the desired destination on time without being lost on the way.

Is Tours in Nepal Safe?

Nepal is one of the safest countries in South Asia. Violent crimes are very low. Since childhood, Nepalese are taught to consider guests as gods. They have good hospitality and are friendly. Besides, there are dedicated tourist police in operations to help you if something goes wrong.

Further, Nepal is safe for everyone, including females and transgenders.

How can I get to Nepal?

If you are a national other than Indian, then you require a tourist visa to get to Nepal. You can get a visa on arrival here at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.

The visa fee for a Nepal tourist visa changes depending on the number of days it is issued for: Nepal Tourist Visa fee for up to 15 Days: USD 30. Nepal Tourist Visa fee for up to 30 Days: USD 50. Nepal Tourist Visa fee for up to 90 Days: USD 125.

Other than that, you can also apply online or get a visa from the Nepalese embassy in your country.

Which time is best for Nepal tour?

Nepal experiences four seasons, i.e. summer, autumn, winter, and spring. Summer is also a monsoon season in Nepal. Winter is cold. So, avoiding summer and winter, autumn and spring are the best seasons to go on a tour. This means March, April, May, September, October, and November are the best months to go on travel in Nepal.

Are there excellent hotels in the major cities?

Every tour areas have good hotels on the way. But, except in major trekking areas, you can expect luxury hotels to standard hotels on every cities. In the mountain areas are family-owned guesthouses that have a common dining area and a normal room with two beds and a toilet. Teahouses / Lodges are also popular in trekking in Nepal.

What makes Nepal a popular tourist destination?

The country also boasts of remarkable historical and cultural attractions like temples and monuments that speak volumes about the rich history and culture of the place. The scenic beauty adds a perfect backdrop to these popular tourist places in Nepal and the climate makes it favorable for the travelers to visit and explore.

Nepal tour packages are delightful of surprises and exploration of the vast expanses of the Himalayan Mountains and green valleys. It gives you a chance to experience the holistic and divinity of the nation which is full of serenity and peace.

Nepal tourism attracts millions of tourists every year. This land of Hinduism and Buddhism, houses hundred of majestic temples and monasteries. The stunning landscapes of Nepal, surrounded by the great Himalayas are truly a sight to visit.

Nepal Tour Packages from Chennai, Bangalore & Kerala provide an opportunity to explore. This mystic land known around the world for its majestic peaks, dense forests and spiritual wonders. The best part is that this foreign land can be visited by air as well as by road from India.

Nepal is blessed with some of the best tourist spots in Asia. This country attracts millions of travelers every year like adventure seekers, pilgrims and travelers intrigued by mighty Himalayas. A trip to this majestic land can be a cultural eye opener or a life changing experience.

The country offers some of the best historical and cultural tourist spots like oldest temples and monuments worth a visit. Following are the important tourist spots you must visit during your trip to Nepal from Chennai, Bangalore & Kerala.

If you are traveling from Chennai, Bangalore & Kerala.  Here are some beautiful Nepal packages:

Kathmandu Itinerary 2 Night 3 Days

 1 Night Kathmandu, 1 Night Nagarkot
Sightseeing places are: Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha, Boudhanath, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Kathmandu Kasthamandap Boutique Hotel Manaslu Hotel Shangrila
Nagarkot Country Villa Country Villa Club Himalaya
Cost ( BB Basis)
 INR 16,500  INR 19,200 INR 23,500


Kathmandu Pokhara Itinerary: 04 Nights / 05 Days

2 Night Kathmandu, 2 Night Pokhara.
Sightseeing places are: Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha, Boudhanath, Sarangkot, Phewa Lake, Davi’s Fall

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Kathmandu Kasthamandap Boutique Hotel Manaslu Hotel Shangrila
Pokhara Lakeside Retreat Lakeside Retreat Fishtail Lodge
Cost ( BB Basis)
INR 26,550 INR 31,200 INR 35,800

Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Itinerary : 07 Nights / 08 Days

2 Nights Kathmandu, 2 Nights Pokhara, 2 Nights Chitwan on full board.
Sightseeing places are: Kathmandu, Pokhara & Chitwan

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Kathmandu Kasthamandap Boutique Hotel Manaslu Hotel Shangrila
Pokhara Lakeside Retreat Lakeside Retreat Fishtail Lodge
Chitwan Centerpark Resort Park Safari Resort Kasara Resort
Cost ( BB Basis)
INR 32,550 INR 37,200 INR 45,800

Are you visiting Nepal for a short period? Willing to explore in a short time then this short treks in Nepal blog post will guide you.

Short treks of Nepal are best for those who are short on time but want to experience the joy of trekking in Nepal. Bask in the picturesque beauty of verdant hills and mountains and walk on trails that pass through villages, farmlands, forests, and alongside the river. Experience warm local hospitality and get an insight into the local culture.

We will try to list out the popular trekking region, which is famous for short treks in Nepal. These are the best destination available for quick trekking around Nepal.

If any of this listed short treks, you would like to make an inquiry please drop us a e-mail to: [email protected]. We will be happy to answer

Here, we have put together a list of 6 short treks in Nepal for beginners and all ages trekker. These listed short treks are perfect for the families, the elderly, and even kids. Without any risk of mountain altitude sickness, one can enjoy the nature, culture, lifestyle of the mountain people.

Be ready with your camera lens to capture the picturesque views of the Himalayas, the hilly villages, and other beautiful natural sceneries. All the below short treks offer you an easy walk through the beautiful nature of Nepal.

Everest Panorama Trek

It is one of the short and popular treks in the Everest region of Nepal. Everest Panorama Trek Starts at the Lukla (2828m/9278 feet) and passes through the several Sherpa villages like Phakding, Namche bazaar, khumjung village, Khunde village and many other small villages. From every village incredible mountains views can be seen.

Nepal is known as the country of Mt. Everest and every one may have such desire to see this highest mountain in the world. This trekking is not only popular for highest mountain. This trek also provides the warm hospitality of Sherpa people, so one can experience Sherpa culture, way of living style, visit monasteries, wild animals and enjoy the mountain views of snow capped peaks.

Everest Panorama Trek
The 6 Best Short Treks in Nepal : Everest Panorama Trek

From Namche Bazaar a short walks uphill to a magnificent spot (Everest view Hotel) with spectacular of the surrounding snow-capped giants include Mt. Everest and the valleys below. The Khumjung  is wonderful village with background exciting glance of the high mountains.

Tengboche Monastery (3867m/ 12687 feet) is surrounded by rhododendrons forest. Tengboche monastery is the one of the biggest monasteries in khumbu area.

How to get there?

Lukla is the entrance point of the Everest Base Camp Trek. One of the most preferred ways to reach Lukla is by taking a direct flight from Tribhuvan International Airport. You can get there in 25-30 minutes. Since the flight takes very less time, we recommend you pick this option if you are on a tight schedule.

Lukla’s airport is small, like a mountain airstrip. So, prepare yourself to face problems like flight delays. Also, try planning your trip in the best season to avoid bad consequences.

Langtang Valley Trek

A trek to the Langtang valley has to be one of the most rewarding of the short treks available anywhere in Nepal. The east-west running valley is the site of some spectacular alpine scenery as well as being a great place to meet unique people.

Langtang Valley Trek
Langtang Valley Trek : The 6 Best Short Treks in Nepal

A minimum of one week is required but trekkers are well advised to add a few extra days for acclimatization and for side trips in the valley. Along our journey you will walk through the Langtang National Park. Although wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, here you get the chance to see some interesting animals and birds.

Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, Pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colorful danphe.The trek is best started either from Dhunche or from Syabrubesi.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

It is one of the short and popular treks in the Annapurna region of Nepal. This Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek starts from Pokhara and if you want to see some of Nepal’s big peaks up close it’s the best option for a short trek. The view from Poon Hill (3210m/10531ft) takes in Annapurna South, Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek: The 6 Best Short Treks in Nepal

The first few days the trail makes a steady climb between the small Sherpa villages. The second night can be spent in Tadapani which offers great views of Annapurna II, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchare which is also known as “Fish Tail.” If you bring some swimwear you can make the short hike down to the river to enjoy the hot springs in Tadapani.

It’s another days climb from Tadapani to Ghorepani from where the following morning you hike to Poon Hill to catch the sunrise on the Himalayas. After taking in the views it’s time to head back to Ghorepani and start the return trek.

How to get there?

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is easily accessible from Pokhara. So, if you are starting your trip from Kathmandu, then first, you need to arrive at Pokhara. You have lots of options available to reach Pokhara, flight being one of the best options. It will take about 30 minutes to reach there via flight.

From Pokhara, your next destination is Ulleri as it is the starting point for the Poon Hill Trek. We always recommend you drive on a private car/jeep so that you can get to Ulleri directly from Pokhara without requiring to change buses. Also, avoid starting to trek from Nayapul as the road is dusty and muddy.

The condition of the road from Pokhara to Nayapul is good and easily driveable. However, the road starts getting rough, and bumpy once you cross Nayapul as the road from Nayapul to Ulleri is unpaved.

Kalinchowk Trek

Kalinchowk Trek, a perfect destination for a short trek in Nepal can be done within 3 days. Kalinchowk, residing at a height of above 3,700m is accessible from a drive from Kathmandu to Charikot and further 6-7 hours continuous trekking upward the hill.

Kalinchowk Trek is considered to be one of the non touristic trekking routes in eastern Nepal. The view of Ganesh Himal, Shisha Pangma, langtang, Dorje Lakpa, Jugal Himal, Gauri Shankar etc. are clearly visible in fine weather condition through this route.

Tremendous beauty from the high hill of Kalinchowk takes your breath once giving means to visit of this region.

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek

Chisapani Nagarkot trek is one of the easy, short, and beautiful trek for those who have limited time. It gives you an opportunity to explore locality of Tamang people who lives on the edges of Kathmandu valley.

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
Chisapani Nagarkot Trek: The 6 Best Short Treks in Nepal

You can have a wonderful view of Kathmandu valley, beautiful hike in Shivapuri National park, green paddy fields, and mountain obviously. This trek starts with the drive from Kathmandu to Sundarijal for 1 hrs by bus/car and hike to Chisapani for 4 hrs with a beautiful Tamang villages and a spectacular mountain view as well as green forest of Shivapuri National Park.

If you are lucky enough then you could spot a wild animals like deer, Wild boar, Leopard and many species of birds. You can enjoy your lunch at the local teahouses to get more close with locals.

Kathmandu Day Hiking

It is one of the short and popular treks near to Kathmandu Nepal. Hiking around Kathmandu offers you an  opportunity to see fantastic mountain views and explore Nepalese countryside without going too far and without climbing high. Besides you do not have to lose the comfort of the city while doing these hikes.

Kathmandu is a valley surrounded by green hills all around. These hills are covered with terraced farms, picturesque villages and  lush green  forests. Despite being nearfrom Kathmandu these villages are still not affected by  modernity and offer a chance to see traditional village life.

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
Kathmandu Day Hiking: The 6 Best Short Treks in Nepal

You can see temples, monasteries and Stupas along the trails. You can see farmers working in the fields and pilgrims praying in the monasteries. These Kathmandu hikes are for every age group and for all seasons. If you want to have a taste of trekking in Nepal but do not have time to go all the way up to the remote mountains, these hikes are for you. Trekking in Kathmandu, combined with sightseeing tours of heritages sites and a scenic flight to see Mt Everest could make a fantastic short trip of Nepal.

There are many short treks available near Kathmandu ranging from day hikes to short treks of 2 days, 3 days or even longer. We have offered here the best three among them.

Note: In our official website Nepal Tours, we are listed on Short treks under the trekking section. Please choose one of them

There are so many fun  things to do in Pokhara I’d recommend staying for at least two days.

Pokhara, Nepal’s most popular tourist destination, is known for its Himalayan range and lakes. Pokhara is also well-known for its adventure activities such as boating, trekking, rafting, canoeing, and bungee jumping.

If you’re planning on heading to Pokhara, do set aside some time to explore the rest of this beautiful city! Pokhara is famous tourist destination in Nepal. The place is treasure of scenic sightseeing locations and special in own way. Pokhara offer interesting spots of various types, lakes, treks, historical, cultural and scenic.

This is the list of the top things to do in Pokhara during your visit in Nepal.

Sunrise at Sarangkot, Pokhara

As if pretty Pokhara needed a more beautiful cousin! Sarangkot is the cherry on top of a delicious cake. Privy to some spectacular views of the mountains. At any given hour, Sarangkot is at least a couple of degrees cooler than Pokhara.

A great place to witness jaw dropping sunrises, but don’t expect to be the only one gasping in surprise. This place is very popular amongst tourists who want to catch a glimpse of the mighty Himalayas.

Other than the magnificent vistas, there’s not much to do here except a couple of abandoned forts. A few hours is all you need to do justice to this place.

Take a Boat Ride on Fewa Lake

Lake Phewa is gorgeous and clean. Nothing is more pleasant that getting a boat and explore this amazingly beautiful lake. The nature surrounding the Phewa Lake is stunning and since I visited Pokhara during low season, there was not that many people around. For most of the time it was just me and my travel buddy.

The eastern shoreline of the lake, popularly known as Lakeside or Baidam, consists of seemingly endless strip of lodges, restaurants, bookshops and souvenir shops. One of the fascinating parts of lakeside is the splendid view of the mountains, especially when the still water reflects the peaks, creating a double image.

Walking to World Peace Pagoda:

The pagoda is a massive Buddhist stupa and is situated on top of a hill on the southern shore of Fewa lake. World peace pagoda is located on top of the Ananda hill above Pokhara at the height of 1100 meters. It is the first World Peace Pagoda in Nepal and seventy-first pagoda built by Nipponzan-Myōhōji in the world.

It is a perfect spot for view of the Himalayan range, Fewa Lake and Pokhara city.

Bindhyabasini Temple:

Bindhyabasini temple is the centre of religious activity in the old bazaar. It is dedicated to goddess Bindbyabasini, yet another manifestation of shakti (Power) of Hindu. Bindhyabasini Temple is dedicated to goddess Bhagwati, another manifestation of Shakti.

The temple is situated on the hill, very close to Old bazaar. Especially on Saturdays, worshippers come here to perform sacrifices. From the temple is nice view of mountains and city from above.

Mahendra Gupha (cave) and Chameri Gupha:

Mahendra Gupha is the large limestone cave. Shepherd boys are said to have discovered it around 1950. A two hour walk to the north of Pokhara, it is best to bring your own torch to see the stalactites and stalagmites, although most of them have been carted out by souvenir hunters.

Chamero Gupha locally called Chamero Odhaar (“House of Bats”) located near by Mahendra Gufa

Davis Falls:

Locally known as Patale Chhango (Hell’s fall), Devi’s fall (also known as Devin’s or David’s) is an awesome waterfall lying about 2 km south-west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen, Butwal.

An interesting modern legend says that a foreigner named David was skinny-dipping in the Pardi Khola (river) when the floodgates of the dam were opened, sweeping him into an underground passage beneath the fall, never to be seen again. Devi’s Falls were discovered in 1961 and now became a popular attraction for tourists that visit Pokhara.

The most beautiful part of the waterfall is descents through tunnels to Mahendra cave.

Do a Paragliding in Pokhara

Paragliding is one of the most amazing adventurous sports. Gliding above the earth’s surface and watching the majestic Himalayas in the distance and villages, monasteries, lakes and jungles below is an experience no one could forget. If you ever desired of being a bird then you can fulfill your desire by paragliding.

Paragliding has been for decades one of the most popular activities in Pokhara. There is even a professional competition held there every year since the city boasts of being one of the best places in the world for these flights. 

Pokhara has the perfect conditions for an exciting and safe experience at the same time, a good take-off area like Sarangkot, stunning views of the Himalayas.

Do a Mountain Biking:

Mountain biking gives you an opportunity to explore the beautiful city, riding through the lush green vegetations, delightful little villages, up and down the hills, along the river banks, around the temples and along the highway.

The bikes could be rented on an hourly basis or for a day from the various bicycle rental shops around the city. You can also take a guided trip if you do not want to miss the coolest spots and the understanding of the culture and lifestyle of the villages.

Do a Ultra-lights

The place that looks beautiful from the ground looks even more splendid from above and everyone at some point of their life has a desire to have a bird’s view of the beautiful landscapes.

The desire can be fulfilled and you can watch the beautiful lake city from the sky through the ultra-light flights. The two-sitter flight operates from Pokhara airport beginning September through June.

They can take off and land on a field or even a dirt road and can ascend to a maximum height of 5000 meters.

Try a local food

Pokhara is the second biggest city in Nepal. However, it feels like a small city located at Phewa Lake. For tourists, the neighbourhood close to Phewa Lake is the place to be. From here (if the weather allows) you have a great view of the snow-covered peaks of the Himalayas. Pokhara is a good place to start your multi-day trek, but also a nice place to come back after a hike for some relaxing! The city is packed with lovely restaurants, bars, spas and coffee shops. The perfect place to relax and have a delicious meal before or after a challenging hike.

Pokhara is a Every Trekker’s Paradise

We can not deny the fact that Nepal is a big hub for trekking and nature lovers. You see them everywhere, excited about their adventures in the beautiful country. Pokhara is no exception. There are a few highly recommended treks (like Ghorepani Trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Annapurna family lodge Trek ) around Pokhara you shouldn’t miss.

Do a Day Hiking Pokhara

Pokhara is small valley city of nature with lakes and mountains. It is famous by Mount Annapurna and Mount Fistail Himalayas. The reflection of moutain on the lakes are excellent. There are many excellent day hikes can be done from Pokhara to the nearby hills.

It offers countryside experience, good views of himalayas and beautiful lakes. Under one day hiking trips, you can travel to the place around the valley and enjoy the natural beauty with very friendly peole.

Pokhara Day Hiking: This is the best view point to view the serene 7 lakes around Pokhara. The panormaic view of Annapurnas and the experience of village life is the higlight of the hiking.

Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South Asia with a population of 26.4 million. It is a multi-ethnic nation with Nepali as the official language. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. Whether scaling the slopes of Mt. Everest or paying homage at the birthplace of the Buddha, a trip to Nepal is a top destination for many travelers.

Situated along the Himalayan Mountain range between China and India in South Asia, the country boasts some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet, from snow-capped mountains to subtropical forests. Nepal’s culture is just as varied, filled with centuries-old temples and shrines, a profusion of colorful festivals and plenty of exotic wares to peruse and purchase.

From adrenaline-filled activities like mountaineering, kayaking and paragliding to serene strolls among medieval temples and hidden palaces, this country offers more memorable travel experiences than can be squeezed into a single visit. An overview of the best places to visit in Nepal:

Kathmandu Valley

#1 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Swayambhunath Stupa

The country’s cultural capital, Kathmandu is the place where most adventures in Nepal begin, as all flights from overseas land in the city’s airport. A crowded metropolis of more than 1 million inhabitants, Kathmandu is a chaotic mix of tourist shops, trekking agencies, hotels, restaurants, religious sites and artisan workshops. The city’s famous Durbar Square is still undergoing restoration after the recent earthquakes, but there are many intact sites well worth exploring. Set atop a forested hill, the ancient Buddhist complex of Swayambhunath is a can’t-miss attraction that offers sweeping views of the Kathmandu Valley.

Khumbu Region

#2 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Visit Nepal 2017

Each year, the determination to trek to the summit of Mt. Everest brings thousands of adventurous travelers to Khumbu, the Everest Region located in northeastern Nepal. The journey begins at the Lukla airstrip where a clear two-lane trail eventually leads hikers to Everest Base Camp. Located primarily within the Sagarmatha National Park, Khumbu is home to the Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar where most expeditions to the mountainous peaks are staged. The country’s foremost Buddhist center, the Tengboche Monastery, (Which is famous for family holidays to Everest Region) located in the Khumbu region. There’s a variety of comfortable accommodations available at the monastery, many of which offer stunning views of the tallest mountain on the planet.

Annapurna Circuit

#3 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit in northwest Nepal offers hikers an outdoor experience nonpareil. Showcasing the varied landscapes of the Annapurna Region, the classic trek leads travelers high into the Himalayas, across plunging gorges, over desert plateaus and through lush subtropical valleys dotted by terraced farms. The trek also passes by many religious sites and quaint villages. Starting just east of Pokhara, the journey takes about three weeks to complete though many trekkers walk half of it by flying out at Jomsom Airport. There is also the shorter but no less beautiful Annapurna Sanctuary Trek that takes around 8 to 12 days. Its one of the most popular treks in Nepal with lodges and tea stops at hourly intervals or less, until the highest sections at least.

Pokhara Valley

#4 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal


With its tranquil lakes, verdant shorelines and mountain views, Pokhara is a popular resort destination for travelers from around the world. Known as the gateway to the Annapurna region in northwest Nepal, the lakeside city offers respite to weary hikers, and provides opportunities for outdoor adventures too, ranging from leisurely paddle-boat rides to white-water rafting. The largest of Pokhara’s three lakes, Phewa Lake is lined with luxury hotels, restaurants, bars and shops. The lake also features an island with a temple dedicated to the goddess Barahi Bhagwati where ceremonies are held nearly every weekend.

Chitwan National Park

#5 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Chitwan Jungle Safari

One of the best wildlife-viewing destinations in Asia, the Chitwan National Park in south-central Nepal offers needed sanctuary for rare and endangered species like the Bengal tiger and one-horned rhinoceros. The chance for a close-up look at exotic wildlife, including elephants, leopards, Indian bison, rhinoceros and sloth bears, is the park’s greatest attraction. In addition to jeep tours, visitors can experience the park through jungle treks, elephant rides and canoe rides. Luxury lodging is available at the edge of the park, and the nearby village of Sauraha offers affordable accommodation.


#6 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Kathmandu Chisapani Nagarkot Trek

Perfect for travelers who want to experience the beauty and majesty of the Himalayas without arduous physical activity, Nagarkot is best known for the views it offers of the mountains and the Kathmandu Valley. Perched on a high ridge to the northeast of Bhaktapur, the village of around 4,500 inhabitants commands views of eight Himalayan ranges. There’s a variety of appealing hotels in every price range in Nagarkot, many of which are located within walking distance of the Nagarkot view tower, known as the best place to visit in Nepal to view the sun rising over the Himalayas.

Thamel Area

#7 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal
Thamel Area is the best among the Nepal tourist places to buy clothes, jewelry, accessories, and souvenirs. Street shopping can be enjoyed while browsing at a variety of interesting knick knacks.

Key attractions: Newari style design, silk, jewelry, pashmina, embroidered jacket, accessories, and souvenirs

Bardia National Park

#8 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal
Bardia National Park is one of Nepal’s best kept secrets. Located in the Terai region it is Nepal’s largest national park and wilderness area, protecting 968 km² of sal forest, grassland, savannah and riverine forest. On the west side it’s bordered by the Karnali River and it’s bisected by the Babai River in the Bardiya District. The foot of the Siwalik Hills marks the northern boundary of the park. It’s not overrun by tourists and there are excellent opportunities to spot endangered species of wildlife. The king of Bardia is the Bengal tiger. The tiger population is slowly increasing and counts around 50 to 60 animals. But Bardia is also the habitat for the wild Asian elephant and the greater one-horned rhinoceros. Add seasonings of thrill and adventure with a dash of daring attitude at Bardia National Park for your honeymoon in Nepal. Spend few fun filled days with the wild habitat in Asia’s largest stretches of tiger habitat.


#9 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal
Located in south-central Nepal on the Terai plains, Janakpur was once the capital of a millennia-old Indian kingdom known as Mithila, and the Maithili culture still thrives here. Hindus believe Janakpur is the place where Lord Ram wed Sita, also known as Janaki, and thousands of Hindus from all over the world flock to the temple of Janaki Mandir each year to celebrate the anniversary of their marriage. With its three-story construction and 60 rooms, the massive 19th-century marble structure is the largest temple in Nepal. Janakpur is known for the more than 100 sacred pools and ponds scattered around the tranquil city as well.


#10 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal
Crowds of Buddhist pilgrims are an everyday sight in Lumbini, the traditional birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, Lord Buddha. With archeological finds that date back to around 550 B.C., the legendary site attracts scholars, scientists and curious visitors as well. It was here that Buddha’s mother, Maya Devi, gave birth near a tree in the garden, which is now a temple bearing her name. Set in the center of a small park designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the complex also features multiple monasteries, sacred ponds, meditation centers and cultural facilities.

Upper Mustang

#10 of Best Places To Visit In Nepal

Muktinath Tour Package

Mustang: Mustang is situated at the northernmost part of the country. Mustang is divided into two main parts that are the Upper mustang and the lower mustang. Upper mustang is famous among trekkers and adventure and thrill seekers whereas lower mustang is famous for it’s natural beauty. Mustang is also where the Kaligandaki river originates from, which is the second deepest gorge of the country. The river drains the rocky soil and highlands of mustang and flows towards south of the country. This gorge is another attraction of Mustang.

Trekking to Everest is wonderful as it takes you to one of the highest places on the earth. The heavenly beauty of this journey is splendid and astounding that surely leaves every visitor spellbound.

The Everest region trek is indeed beautiful and brings the pleasure of exploring the highest mountains in the world, nonetheless the journey somewhat comes with certain responsibilities. The responsibilities lean towards the safety and risk factors that trekkers should avoid while doing EBC trek.

Similarly, there are certain criteria that trekkers should fulfill before making their way towards the Himalayan Heaven. Here in this blog, we are going into details on what permits are needed for doing Everest Base Camp Trek.

At the same time, we highlighted the difficulty factors of the trek. Trekking in Nepal is a pleasant activity to endeavor while in Nepal. But to do this specific activity, trekkers are required to purchase trekking permits and should know details about the trail as well.

Let’s explore these topics in the following segment.

There are three different permits you need to Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekkers Information management System (TIMs), Sagarmatha National park entry permits and another one is Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee.

There are two ways to go about your trek to Everest Base Camp: Independent or Guided, and both options offer their pros and cons. Everest Base Camp trek planning can be a lot of work – from permits, accommodations, transportation, and more – there are a lot of logistics to consider before and during your trek.

Everest Region:

The Everest region is in northeastern Nepal. The largest town of the region is Namche Bazaar and it is also home to the famous Buddhist monastery at Thyangboche where the annual Mani Rimdu festival is held. Virtually all treks in the Khumbu begin with a flight from Kathmandu to the small town of Lukla. Foreigners are required to obtain a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit as well as a TIMS card to trek in the Everest Region.

Permits and Fees in the Everest Region:

  1. Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee for foreigners: 3,000 NPR + 13% VAT, totaling 3,390 NPR (Approx. US $34). Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee for SAARC nationals: 1,500 NPR
  2. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality of Solukhumbu district has started levying entrance fee of Rs 2,000 (approximately $20) on every foreigner entering the rural municipality from October 1, 2018
  3. TIMS permit: 2,000 NPR (Approx. US $20)

Where to get the permit for Everest Base Camp Trekking:

  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit can be purchased in the Nepal Tourism Board Office on Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu, Tel: +977 1 4256909.
  • While Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee needs to be deposited at the Lukla Check Post.
  • Contact [email protected] if you wish assistance from us at extra 10% Service fee.

If you travel from Jiri to Everest Base Camp. You mist carry the Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) Entry Permit

Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) Entry Permit:

Certain parts of Jiri to Everest Base Camp is protected under Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project. So you need to obtain the entry permit. It will cost Rs 3000 for both organized and independent trekker and you have to issue this in Tourism Board Kathmandu.

Final Thought:

There are two main seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp in Autumn (October-November) and Spring (April-May). So don’t let go this opportunity to trek to the roof of the world!!!.  Being a number one travel agency in Kathmandu, Nepal, we, Nepal Tour serve you this 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal or If you would like to read about the details for Everest Base Camp then click on the Everest Base Camp office website:

Come! Let’s explore the Everest region!

Join one of our Nepal group tours and it will leave an unforgettable impression on you. While travelling through Nepal. Nepal Tours, its towering mountains and verdant valleys, its ancient cities, villages and exotic peoples, fascinate the world. Through the years Adventure Connexion has developed a low altitude, comfortable, and less physically challenging Nepal trekking tour (at 7,500 feet instead of 14,000 feet!) just perfect for women who wish to experience the splendor of the Himalayas and explore this ancient culture.

Our trekking trip in Nepal’s Himalaya Mountains is lodge-based (instead of a camping trek), which allows for an easier pace and produces less impact on trails from porters and pack animals. The Nepalese lodges we stay in are of modern construction in traditional style. All have private rooms and en-suite bathrooms, and offer excellent local food.

A Nepal small group holiday means you can really relax and hand over to a tour leader packed full of local knowledge and privy to all of Nepal’s hidden gems and secret celebrations. Whether you’re travelling solo or with a friend, a small group tour offers the opportunity to travel safely and in like-minded company. With an average of around 12 to 16 people per group, all our tours are led by experienced, often local guides who will take you off the beaten track, to spots you’d find it hard to reach on your own. Most tours also include some free time to for you to explore yourself. All group tours include accommodation (hotels, homestays, overnight trains) and transport during the tour (local buses, trains, boats or private minibus), plus some meals, so they’re a convenient way to see as much as possible and make it easy to budget for your trip.

Below is a sample of the small group tours we offer; for more ideas or to book, call us or request a quote by email. Read more best group tour & holiday packages in Nepal.

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Group Join Tours in Nepal

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

Ghorepani Poon hill Trek of Nepal is one of the most popular and easiest treks in Annapurna region. Want to

Nepal Itinerary 5 Days

Our Kathmandu Pokhara Tour begins with an exploration of the medieval city of Kathmandu followed by a fabulous trip to

Nepal for Families

Our holidays to Nepal include hands-on activities for children, including making a pot with local potters in the local square

9 Days Nepal Tour

9 days Nepal tour involves travelling through Nepal’s highways that scenically swerves around hills, rivers, rural villages and forests.

Family Lodge Trek

Planning an family lodge trek in Nepal? There are plenty of family lodge trek options in Nepal where you can

Nepal Travel Itinerary 7 days

A Nepal travel itinerary 7 days and travel guide to explore Nepal including Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Pokhara & Chitwan tour.

Trekking in Kathmandu are for every age group and for all seasons. If you want to have a taste of trekking in Nepal. You do not have time to go all the way up to the remote mountains these hikes are for you. The sub-alpine forests and quiet countryside make for a great short break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Most of the hikes mentioned here can be done in a single day and are suitable for children and older people.

Kathmandu is a valley surrounded by green hills all around. These hills are covered with terraced farms, picturesque villages and lush green forests. Despite being near from Kathmandu these villages are still not affected by modernity and offer a chance to see traditional village life. You can see temples, monasteries and Stupas along the trails. You can see farmers working in the fields and pilgrims praying in the monasteries.

Trekking in Kathmandu combined with sightseeing tours of heritages sites and a scenic flight to Mt.Everest could make a fantastic short trip of Nepal.

There are many short treks available near to Kathmandu ranging from day hikes to short treks of 2 days, 3 days. Discover the 5 best trails for trekking in Kathmandu, and choose the one you like the most.

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek – 3 Days

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
Chisapani Nagarkot Trek

Chisapani Nagarkot Trek is a short and sweet trip of 3 days tea house trek around Kathmandu. Which can be extended to Dhulikhel and Namo Buddha for another 1-2 days. This tour plan is designed for the short time travelers in Nepal who would like to taste of Nepal. Chisapani Nagarkot Trek starts from Sundarijal after driving 45 minutes from Kathmandu. In the beginning the trail pierces Shivapuri National Park passing through a big watershed that provides 40 percent drinking to Kathmandu Valley. Chisapani Nagarkot Trek offers beautiful nature and village walk experience, natural environment, stunning Himalaya panorama of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, Gaurishankar Himal and even we can spot Mount Everest in far distance.

Kathmandu 3 Day Trek Highlights:

  • Get up close to Nepali culture in the Kathmandu Valley
  • Hike the oak and pine forests of the Shivapuri National Park
  • Go to the oldest temple of the Kathmandu Valley
  • See the terraced fields of Changunarayan
  • Admire panoramic views of Everest from Nagarkot
  • Enjoy the services of experienced guides and local sherpas

Day 01: Kathmandu – Chisopani (2115m), 4-5 hours walk.
Day 02: Chisopani – Nagarkot (2195m), 6-7 hours walk
Day 03: Nagarkot – Changunarayan – Bhaktapur Durbar Square- Kathmandu

To Book the Kathmandu Valley Trek : Looking for a 3 day hikes near Kathmandu – See the details on 3 Days Kathmandu Trek Packages

Champadevi Hike – 1 Day / 2 Days

Champadevi Hike
Champadevi Hike

Champadevi is a magnificent hill located at an altitude of 2285 m south – west of Kathmandu which is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in the Hindu and Buddhist religions. Champadevi Hikes starts with one hour drive to Pharping Village (19 km) on the way to a Dakshinkali temple (a temple of goddess Kali). Leaving the Pharping village, the trial directs us the way through the pine forest.

Champa Devi Hill is situated at an elevation of 2,285m, having a Buddhist and Hindu shrine on the top. After the 3 hours motivating walk, we submit the top. Enjoy the superb view of central and western Himalayan range including Langtang, Gauri Shanker, Jugal, Dorge Lakpa and many other. Apart from that, you get the chance to admire the bustling Kathmandu valley and its dense settlement.

Day Itinerary:
08:30 – Pick you up from your hotel
08:45 – Depart from office to hiking starting point approx. 1 hr drive which is 19 kms south West of Kathmandu
09:15 – Tea break, fill up water bottle or last minute shopping for the hike
09:30 – From here we start hiking gradually up following the trail to Champadevi
12:30 – On the way one can enjoy the different landscapes with the varieties of plants as well as birds.
Reach top of Champ Devi and have a magnificent views of Langtang, Gauri Shanker, Jugal, Dorge Lakpa and many others.
Lunch break for one hour (It is advisable to bring your own water bottle for this trail as there is no source of water during this hike)
13:30– After enjoying leisurely lunch with good views of the Mountain View, we descend to Hattiban
15:30– Meet your vehicle at Hattiban and drive back to Kathmandu.

Shivapuri Day Hike

Shivapuri Hike
Shivapuri Hike

Shivapuri situated at an elevation of 2563m north of Kathmandu is the second highest hill around Kathmandu valley. Bagdwar, source of holy river Bagmati, is located near Shivapuri. Early in the morning, you drive from Kathmandu to Muhan Pokhari for about 30 minutes. After checking the formalities at the Shivapuri entrance gate, you enter Shivapuri watershed and wildlife area. You commence your hike from the southern boundary of the area where the army check-post is located. The trail goes along the rugged motor-able road through pine and cherry forest up to Nangi Gompa within one and half hours, where a nunnery monastery is located. Beyond the monastery, the trail goes steep uphill through the oak, rhododendron and bamboo forest for another three hours.

From here one can enjoy the beauty of snowy Himalayas such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang-Lirung, Dorji Lhakpa and you take a shortcut downhill to Budhanilkantha in about two and half hours and drive back to Kathmandu.

Day Itinerary:
After breakfast some 13km drive to Budhanilkantha from the hotel. We walk through flat dirt road toward Nagi Gompa – Buddhist nunnery. We will take steep staircase, it is demanding uphill all the way to Shivapuri as we walk up almost 1300m from the starting point, the trail goes via famous Bagdwar which origin of holy Bagmati River. Shivapuri Peak offers stunning view over Kathmandu valley and nice birds eyes view to Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Langtang Himal etc. We will visit Nagi Gompa on the way back and have some butter tea with nuns and interactive with them. We have chance to observe their puja and ritual activities in the monastery if your hiking day take place in the special day (e.g full moon) by chance. Our guide will transfer you to the hotel.

Kakani Day Hiking – 1 Day

Kakani Day Hiking
Kakani Day Hiking

Take a day hiking to Kakani, the best hiking point from Kathmandu which has beautiful views of the Himalayas. The short hike takes you through lush green paddy fields and sparse settlements to enjoy the view of rural Nepalese life. Your experienced tour guide will escort you from your hotel and drive for about an hour to Kakani. Kakani is one of the destinations where many domestic and international tourists visit every year to enjoy its natural beauty. Kakani lies on a ridge northwest of Kathmandu valley with an elevation of 2073m above the sea level, from where one can observe the magnificent views of the Ganesh Himal and central and western Himalaya.

The picturesque view of lush hills, oak and pine forests from Kakani is wonderful. Rejoice the moment of being in a pristine and joyful environment with the spectacular views of mountains as you proceed your Kakani Day Tour with Nepal Tours.

Day Itinerary:
8:00 AM::Meet the Guide at hotel and Drive to Gurje Bhanjyang.
9:00 Am::Hike starts,Hike to Kakani via Sueria Chaur(1900M),Take a tea break at Sueria Chaur and continue the Hike to Kakani through Shivapuri National Park.
2:00 PM:: Arrive kakani,Lunch and explore around Kakani, Explore Thai Memmorial Park, NMA Training Center, Scout Training Cnter, Narcon,etc
4:00PM:: Drive back to Kathmandu hotel.

Nagarkot Day Hiking

Sankhu to Nagarkot Trek
Sankhu to Nagarkot Trek

This trekking trail is preferred by enthusiasts because of the scintillating views of the Himalayas at Nagarkot. The Newari village Of Sankhu is the starting point of the trek. Feel free to explore the culture and cuisine before you head out to Nagarkot.

One of the most popular short treks in Nepal, this route to Nagarkot is ideal for beginners of all ages. You’ll make your way through oak, pine, and rhododendron forests and learn about village life while taking in views of the Kathmandu Valley and snow-capped Himalayan peaks in Nagarkot. Wake up to a sunrise view over Mount Everest before enjoying more time in Kathmandu.

Nagarkot Day Hiking Highlights:

  • Get up close to Nepali culture in the Kathmandu Valley
  • Get to know Kathmandu’s lively Thamel district
  • Trek the mellow trail to Nagarkot with a guide
  • See the terraced fields of Changunarayan
  • Admire panoramic views of Everest from Nagarkot
  • Take a guided trekking tours of the Kathmandu Valley

Nagarkot Day Hiking Itinerary:
8:00 AM::Meet the Guide at hotel and Drive to Gurje Bhanjyang.
9:00 Am::Hike starts,Hike to Kakani via Sueria Chaur(1900M),Take a tea break at Sueria Chaur and continue the Hike to Kakani through Shivapuri National Park.
2:00 PM:: Arrive kakani,Lunch and explore around Kakani, Explore Thai Memmorial Park, NMA Training Center, Scout Training Cnter, Narcon,etc
4:00PM:: Drive back to Kathmandu hotel.

Best time to visit Kathmandu

The best time to visit Kathmandu is from Late September to December because of the views of pristine glaciers and local festivals. During these months, the place remains dry and suitable for exploration and trekking. The temperature in October in Nepal ranges from 26 degrees Celsius to 14 degrees Celsius.


Short Treks Kathmandu are doable at any time of year. These given treks are something new to offer in every season. The best time for the trek depends on the purpose and preference of the trekker. For people who love to trek in less crowded trails, monsoon and winter seem ideal. But, if you want to trek during the peak season and enjoy the crystal clear unobstructed views, spring and autumn is the right time for you. If you would like to above any treks in Kathmandu. Please contact us.

Let us explore the most thrilling, electrifying and mind blowing top 12 Nepal adventure activities. Are you ready to challenge your limits with the blood pumping, heart racing, breathtaking, thrilling adventure? Then why don’t you come to the adventurer’s playground, Nepal. The great peaks of the Himalayas, rushing rivers, unique terrain and exotic wildlife makes Nepal the paradise for adventure lovers. The Himalayan country is a mystical place filled with rugged snow peaked mountains, pristine nature, rich biodiversity, awe-inspiring landscapes and culture as diverse as the varying topography of the country.

Nepal is well recognized for its best climbing and trekking destinations in the world. As the reputation for climbing and trekking in Nepal remains undeterred, Nepal is also gaining popularity with other adventure sports. Let us explore the most thrilling, electrifying and mind blowing adventurous activities in the beautiful country Nepal apart from the obvious trekking and climbing. Each of these adventure will stimulate your mind, body and soul, giving you a fulfilled sense of accomplishment, memories of once-in-a-lifetime experience and fascinating tales to tell to your friends. These are the most fun and famous top 12 Nepal adventure activities.

White Water Rafting

Whitewater Rafting in Nepal
Whitewater Rafting in Nepal

Nepal’s dramatic Himalayan glaciers feed some of the most challenging and beautiful rivers in the world for White Water Rafting. Raft down the worlds deepest gorges from the world’s highest mountains in an abundance of warm water as the rivers drift the adventurer past mountain scenery, terraced villages and huge white-sand beaches for camping. Out on the river one really starts to feel that quality called “River Magic” as the rubber raft drifts, sometimes gently, sometimes madly, through wild rapids and tranquil, looking-glass passages. Around every bend in the river lies another exotic sight as you float through the culturally abundant countryside of Nepal. In the evening one can explore isolated villages, shower under warm waterfalls or watch the kayakers play boating. There is a wide choice of trips graded in difficulty on an international scale from Class 1 to 6, with class one being easy moving water and class 6 being hazardous to life. A thrilling range of excitement

Jungle Safari

Jungle Safari in Nepal
Jungle Safari in Nepal

If you think Nepal is just the abode for the grand mountains, then think again. The tropical jungles of the Terai in Nepal preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. A visit to parks like Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park is a perfect way to experience the wilderness. Jungle safari on the back of elephant or four wheel jeep may be the perfect way to see one horned rhino and other exotic wildlife. If you are lucky, A Royal Bengal Tiger may surprise you by his magnificent appearance.

Bungee Jumping

Bungy Jump Nepal
Bungy Jump Nepal

Less than a 3 hour drive outside Kathmandu by the Ultimate Bungy Shuttle. You will travel the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway to within 12 km of the Tibet Border and the famous Friendship Bridge (you can even make a day trip there for lunch in Tibet). Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River. Swiss designed, especially for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This program can also be joined with a 2 day exhilarating white water rafting trip on the Bhotekoshi.

Mountain Biking

Nepal Mountain Biking
Nepal Mountain Biking

It’s not all uphill! There is an astounding variety of terrain in Nepal, from killer, heart attack hills, to more easy moving, gentler altitudes. There are an even more astounding number of trails crossing their ways through the jungles and terraced farmland. Our guides know the best way through every terrain, and you can believe that Mountain Biking is their passion! With a mountain bike you can really get into the rarely visited areas of the country, experiencing what the average traveller doesn’t. Brave the heights for spectacular viewpoints, or cruise the Kathmandu Valley perimeter to see antique temples and quaint, pastoral Newari villages. For the Adventurous, new routes are always open- just pick a point on the map!

Paragliding/ Parahawking

Special Interest Tours
Special Interest Tours

Paragliding is a newly introduced adventure in Nepal. The main area for flying in Nepal is the Annapurna region, more specifically the Pokhara valley. This lakeside town is Nepal’s second “city”, nestled at the foot of the Annapurna Himal, the views commanded from here of 3 of the worlds 8000m peaks, are unsurpassed. The microclimate of the valley makes it an ideal area for flying, with far more constant conditions than the Kathmandu valley 150km east.There are several sites around Phewa Lake for flying and Sarangkot is the most accessible. It is a viewpoint 700m above Pokhara, it is unique in that it has a road running to the top. A short walk brings you to the only purpose built take off in the country. There are a variety of courses which includes from 3 days to 3 weeks

Canyoning in Nepal

Thanks to the unique topography, high altitude and large quantities of fresh water straight from the mountains, most of the Nepal´s rivers offer a great Canyoning adventure. Canyoning in Nepal is an astonishing full body and mind experience filled with stunning scenery of jungle, karst rocks and multiple cascading waterfalls dropping one after the other into refreshing pools.

Zip Flyer

Ready to experience the world most extreme Zip Flyer? The Zip flyer in Sarangkot, Pokhara is extreme in every way with a vertical drop of 600 meters over a distance of 1800 meters, it is the longest, steepest, tallest and fastest Zipline in the world.

Heli Skiing:

Heli skiing in the World’s biggest, highest & most outrageous Mountain-range of the World is simply a fantastic adventure. The amazing height and spread of the snow clad mountains of the Nepalese Himalayas, with the added advantage of powdered snow are tempting enough to fascinate the adventurous spirits of the avid skier.

Everest Sky Diving

Everest Sky Diving is one of the most extreme adventure provided by Nepal. This is no ordinary experience as it allows adventurers to jump from a plane at 29,500 feet, higher than the Everest summit, to float back to Everest base camp. The adrenaline rush from the free-fall, the eye-feasting view of the beautiful lakes and settlements and the world tallest Mountain Mt. Everest on the Background, all makes it an adventure for a lifetime.

Rock Climbing:

Rock Climbing in Nepal is becoming one of the hottest attractions for adventure lovers due to the splendid natural rock faces in majestic settings. Nepal provides a wide range of climbing sites for beginners, intermediate and professional climbers. The cliffs of Nepal offer some hair-raising spots for a cliff hanger experience challenging your physical and mental endurance.

Pony Trekking:

A full-length pony trek (short trek only) can also be arranged. Pony treks are becoming increasingly popular. Ponies can also be hired by the hour or longer in the places like Pokhara, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel & Daman etc; Pony treks provide a fascinating way to experience the mountains of Nepal. For those, who cannot take the strain of daily hiking and those who want respite on long treks, ponies are available in some areas on hire.

Mountain Flight:

Scenic flight to Mount Everest
Scenic flight to Mount Everest

This scenic flight leaves from Kathmandu each morning covering the Langtang range (north of Kathmandu) all the way to Mt. Everest and Kanchanjunga. The flight is one and half-hours and covers most of the Himalayan Ranges of Nepal. As Nepal is nestled in the lap of the beautiful Himalayas, now with Mountain flight your visit to the highest peaks is very easy. Each passenger will have an individual window seat for the entire Everest Mountain Flight. Moreover, most of the flight operators invite all their passengers to the cockpit from where you can take some spectacular pictures of the highest peaks in the world.

The mention above adventures are just the best of the bests of Nepal. Nepal provides unlimited adventure options for all types of adventure lovers with activities like Ultralight flight, boating, fishing or hunting and canoeing etc. So when are you planning to experience the thrill in the land of adventures?