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Nepal Holidays

One word: Himalaya. Nepal is a pilgrimage every walking devotee must make

Our Top Destinations in Nepal

Nepal Holidays

Everest Base Camp Trek

traveller looking at Mount Everest
16 Days from USD 3,549

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The iconic trek to the foot of the highest mountain on Earth

Walking & Trekking

Everest Base Camp – 70th Anniversary Trek

traveller looking at Mount Everest
17 Days from USD 4,179
USD 3,949

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The iconic trek to Base Camp, 70 years since the first summit of the highest mountain on Earth

Walking & Trekking

Highlights of Northern India & Nepal

15 Days from USD 3,779

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Take a classic journey from India's plains to the mountains of Nepal


Everest Base Camp Trek – Expedition Departures

Everest Base Camp in spring
18 Days from USD 4,579

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The iconic trek to the foot of the highest mountain on Earth

Walking & Trekking

Annapurna Circuit

Trekkers on the mini-Annapurna Circuit
22 Days from USD 3,279

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

This route offers the most varied scenery of any classic Nepal trek

Walking & Trekking

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

Annapurna Sanctuary
15 Days from USD 2,849

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

One of the best treks through Nepal's diverse scenery

Walking & Trekking

Everest & Gokyo Lakes Circuit

Gokyo Lake
19 Days from USD 3,949

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Trek Nepal's classic trail and explore the remote Gokyo Valley

Walking & Trekking

Festivals of Bhutan

Tiger's Nest in Bhutan
11 Days from USD 8,979

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience traditional Buddhist cultures of Bhutan


Langtang & Gosainkund Lakes

Lake Gosainkund
15 Days from USD 2,979

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Easily accessible Nepal trek; quiet trails, mountains and a holy lake

Walking & Trekking

Activities in Nepal

FAQs on Nepal Holidays

Is it safe to travel in Nepal?

While Nepal is a relatively safe country to travel to, it does have some risks like any other country. Crime rates are quite low, however, the UK government has highlighted some rare incidents. More often than not, any risks are associated with nature or sickness. For each of our Nepal tours, we provide you with trip notes that advise you on what to take and how to take precautions when trekking in Nepal.

Throughout our Nepal trips, your safety is paramount. As well as providing you with highly experienced guides that have undergone rigorous safety training, we also offer a high guide-to-traveller ratio, with a minimum of one staff member to each traveller. On any Nepal hiking trips, we have a medical professional or expert on hand, who can provide you with the best medical guidance and treatment if necessary.

How many days are enough for Nepal Trip?

Our Nepal hiking trips take you on magnificent journeys across some of the country’s most spectacular mountains, from Everest Basecamp and Annapurna trails to Langtang and Bhutan. Because these treks cover a lot of ground with high altitudes, we want to make sure you have enough time to acclimatise and take in the best views. With our trips to Nepal ranging from 11 to 22 days, we recommend nothing less than this.

Is it easy to visit Nepal?

Requirements to enter Nepal are relatively straightforward and you’ll be pleased to know there are no mandatory vaccinations needed. Nepal is home to just one international airport with direct flights available from India, UAE, and South-East Asia. Most UK flights have connections at Doha or Dubai.

How much does a Nepal trip cost?

There are several factors that will determine the cost of your tour of Nepal, such as the duration of your stay and the activities included in your trip. You could be looking at prices anywhere from around £1,649 to £5,599.

Which month is best for trekking Nepal?

Between October and mid-May are considered the best months for Nepal hiking trips as they provide the most comfortable temperatures for trekking in the daytime, particularly at high altitudes. You’ll be mostly treated to blue skies with occasional rain or snow. However, different months come with their own benefits for hiking. Autumn sees temperatures of 20 degrees Celsius when you’re more likely to experience clear views of the mountains.

Which is the best place for trekking in Nepal?

Nepal is blessed with some of the most beautiful and dramatic mountain scenery in the world so there are many incredible trekking routes to choose from. Some of the more rewarding treks with phenomenal views include Everest Basecamp, Annapurna, the Manaslu Circuit, Langtang, Gokyo Lakes, and Bhutan’s Druk Path.   

How hard is trekking in Nepal?

Nepal is renowned for its awesome peaks, many of which make up the Himalayas, so you should expect moderate to challenging treks that require a high level of fitness. All our Nepal hiking tours provide you with a detailed description of the tour and are given activity gradings based on the distance, trail and weather conditions, level of support, altitude, comfort and access to services.

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Responsible travel

Exodus has set up and supported many projects in Nepal over the decades, from installing solar cookers and donating smokeless stoves, to supporting a tree nursery in Braga (Annapurna’s) and helping supply water and hydro-electric power to several villages.

Following the 2015 Nepal earthquake, Exodus’ emergency fundraising appeal raised over a quarter of a million pounds. This enabled us to provide immediate and longer-term emergency support in the necessary areas. Exodus worked with volunteers from Nepal Medical College to run a medical camp in the remote village of Thulopatel in 2016, and sponsored Health Partnership Nepal to run a medical camp in Charikot in 2017. We are also proud to support Freedom Kit Bags (providing sanitary wear) for women in Nepal..

To learn more about what Responsible Travel means to Exodus click here… and follow the link to Himalayan Community Support

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