Experience: With over 40 years’ experience operating treks in Nepal, we’re industry leaders. We have worked with our family-runlocal operator for two generations.
Safety: Your safety is paramount to us. We offer one of the highest guide-to-client ratios of any Nepal walking tours, with at least one member of staff to four clients. And on high-altitude treks, we carry Portable Altitude Chambers – known as PAC bags – to treat altitude sickness, if needed.
Quality: Knowledgeable guides and an impressive standard of tea houses, camping equipment and food have won each of our Everest treks a rating of a 4.5 stars or above.
Valued guides: We have some of the most exceptional and experienced guides in Nepal, many of whom have been working with us for 20 years.
Responsible tourism:Our projects include the installation of over 50 solar cookers in tea houses and villages, as well as support of the Nava Kiran orphanage in Kathmandu and the Esther Benjamins Trust.
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Nepal Walking Adventure Tours
16 DaysfromCAD 4,379
Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)
The iconic trek to the foot of the highest mountain on Earth
One year on since the earthquake that devastated Nepal struck, we sent our very own filmmaker Olly Pemberton out to the beautiful mountain nation to find out how the funds raised by our Emergency Appeal are being used to help remote communities where the big aid agencies don’t go. Whilst filming our 3-day Medical Camp in Thulopatel, he met hundreds of local people, many of whom had walked 2 days to attend the camp, and here he documents their stories…
India – Visa – until India changes the visa process for UK citzens to that of the rest of the world – DO NOT GO – problems wrong details delays and excessive costs – Indian government obviously does not want British Tourists. Our trip was due to have 12 people only 6 managed to get the visa in time. If the indian Government says they fixed it do not believe it, there should be no difference in the visa application to that of the rest of the Europe, America Australia etc Nepal – if your trip involves a lot of long drives – do not go, as the country has excessive road works going on at the moment, understandable given earthquake damages – a 200km journey took 10 hours – we had 3 journeys which each took most of the day to travel which eats into the holiday. I suggest waiting 3 years at least till the works substantially finished Taj Mahal and Everest are both stunning – but really not worth the hassel till they fix the visa situation and the roads
A beautiful journey with a great variety of culture and landscape from agricultural to forest and mountain scenery. It’s a peaceful trek away from crowded routes but get there as soon as you can before the road that is being built changes everything. The route is occasionally just a little exposed due to landslides caused by the recent long monsoon. A gentle acclimatisation schedule leads up to highest point at Larkya La just a little over 5000m. There are wonderful mountain views of Manaslu from a number of various aspects and distances.