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Nepal Walking & Trekking Holidays

  • Enroute to Island Peak base camp, Nepal

    Enroute to Island Peak base camp, Nepal

Nepal is without a doubt one of the most fascinating countries in the world, blessed with an incredible variety of landscapes and a friendly, laid-back population. From the highest points on Earth to the jungle lowlands along the Indian border, it has attracted travellers and trekkers from around the world. The Himalayas are indeed the natural habitat for any born trekker. This mighty range is crowned at 8848m by Mount Everest, the highest and possibly greatest mountain on Earth. Its jagged peak is a magnificent sight at any angle, whether soaring above Everest Basecamp or the goal of a technical North col ascent.

Why Nepal Trekking Adventure With Exodus?

Experience: We are the UK pioneers for group tea house treks, successfully operating these treks for over 40 years. We have had the pleasure of working with our family-run local operator for two generations. 

Safety measures: Your safety is paramount to us. We offer one of the highest guide to client ratios on the mountain, at least 1 member of staff to 4 clients, and on high altitude treks carry “Portable Altitude Chambers” (PAC bags), used to treat altitude sickness, should this be needed.

Excellent Quality: An impressive standard of tea houses, camping equipment, delicious food and knowledgeable guides have won each of our Everest treks a web review rating of an impressive 4.5 stars or above.

Valued Guides: We are proud to say that we have some of the most exceptional and experienced guides in Nepal. Many of them have been working with us for up to 20 years and we invest heavily in the training of our local staff.

Responsible tourism: We have worked hard to establish several projects in Nepal to ensure that we give something back. Our projects include the installation of over 50 solar cookers in tea houses and villages, support to the Nava Kiran Orphanage and the Esther Benjamin’s Trust. For more information on all our projects in Nepal click here.

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