This is one of Nepal's most renowned treks. The 20-day route climbs along the Marsyangdi gorge through the remote valley of Manang to crest the northern flank of Annapurna. This magnificent circuit route draws to a close through the Gurung villages and rhododendron forests of midland Nepal. Graded 4 (strenuous). A 13-day trek terminating at Jomsom is also available.Browse Sample Trips
Everest - named after Sir George Everest, the British Surveyor General of India at the time when the mountain was first identified as ‘Point XV’ on the border with Nepal and Tibet. Our trek to the simple peak just beside Base Camp, the point known as ‘Kala Pattar’, follows in the footsteps of these mountaineers up the Khumbu valley, home to the most famous people in the Himalayas, the Sherpas.Browse Sample Trips
A two-week trek into the fabled kingdom of Mustang that starts and ends at Jomsom. Formally annexed to Nepal in 1946, Mustang remains entirely Tibetan in character, from its 5000 inhabitants and the Buddhist religion, to the crops grown and the dialect spoken. Fierce winds and a barren landscape await those who attempt to reach Mustang but the rewards are immense, with few tourists and the chance to observe a way of life virtually untouched for centuries.Browse Sample Trips
If you are short on time this short two- or three-day lodge trek offers an opportunity to experience the countryside along the eastern valley rim through the famed vantage points of Dhulikhel and Nagarkot.Browse Sample Trips
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