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Trekking in Nepal

You wake up and get your morning tea served in the tent. Outside a bucket of hot water for washing, a good breakfast and of course the Himalayas are waiting for you. The food will be different from day to day porridge, pancakes, egg or müsli. Once you have filled your water bottle, the walk begins. We walk in a calm tempo, stop often to enjoy the mountains, forests, villages and temples. The guide explains about the culture and nature. After a few hours of walking it is time for lunch. We chose a beautiful place for the break. Warm food is waiting for you. The chef and the kitchen boys have walked ahead and made spaghetti, soup, spring rolls or any other warm dish. The portions are always large and made by a chef who puts hygiene and quality before anything else.

After tea or coffee it is time for another three hours of walking. Then you will arrive at a carefully chosen camping spot. We choose to stay on beautiful places, but we NEVER compromise with safety and environmental thinking. The tent is already there - the porters have been walking ahead. You have plenty of time to rest, wash, think or explore the area by yourself before it is time for dinner. The dinner starts with some snacks fresh popcorn, papadams or something similar. A good soup is followed by a warm dish every day offers new surprises of Nepalese as well as western food.

With a full moon and a Himalayan sky with glistering stars over your head you crawl into the tent. Your backpack is of course already there together with Highlanders warm sleeping bags
Next morning a new adventure is waiting for you...

Camping Trekking
Described above is a normal day on a camping trek. You will have a skilled guide explaining the culture, society and the nature where you walk. A cook preparing very nutrisious food and other crew members to carry equipment and food. You will only have to carry your own daypack and camera. This will give you plenty of time to enjoy the nature, relax and think.

Teahouse Trekking
In popular trekking areas there are lodges and inns run by the local people where you can eat and sleep. You just trek together with a guide. He will show and tell you about the most beautiful and interesting places.

Mountaineering/Peak Climbing Tours
Highlander has organized many peak climbing and is working to give up-to date information to climbers. Contact us for information about certain peaks and other details.

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Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Annapurna "Deothali" as the place is known to the "Nepalese" is considered sacred, though there is no documentation to show how long this state of affair has prevailed. It's however, certain that it was so, long before the first trekkers appeared. The Annapurna Sanctuary forms a natural amphitheater ringed by Annapurna South and I, Varahashikhar, Gangapurna and Machhapuchhare or "Fish Tail" as it is commonly known. The Sanctuary fall within the area managed by the Annapurna Conservation Area Project and is an exercise in environmental and cultural protection accommodating the needs of both the visitors and the local inhabitants.
There is a good mix of high mountains and Himalayan culture on this trek. The Annapurna Himal lies between the Kali Gandaki and Marsyangdi river valley, forming a solid, mountain bastion. Within its span of 40 miles, it encompasses some twelve peaks that are higher than 7,000 m. and numerous others over 6,000 m. As rhododendron forests give way to bamboo groves, which in turn vanish into the high, desert landscapes, people of Aryan stock give way to those of Mongoloid stock and the dominant religion changes from Hinduism in the lower reaches to Buddhism higher up.

Starting at

USD 1400

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Trekking in Everest,Everest Panorama Trek

Trekking in Everest,Everest Panorama Trek

It is alternative route to taking flight to Lukla. Jiri can be reached by drive from Kathmandu. To trek from Jiri gives you good preparation for the Everest base camp trek. It is never flat as it crosses the grain of the land for the first five days. Lamjura La pass 3,530 m. is the highest access of this trek just before Lukla, which bestows magnificent display of pink and iliac rhododendron in spring. The trek passes through Solukhumbu (before Lukla) that are relatively undeveloped compared with the northern part of the region. This facilitates trekkers to experience many traditional aspects of the culture of the local people.

Starting at

50000

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Langtang Valley Trekking

Langtang Valley Trekking This trek is considered as a non-technical trek and suitable for average people. If you are moderately fit and have a sense of adventure you will enjoy this trek. The program is designed to acclimatize you gradually and not to experience high altitude sickness. However you are requested to check your altitude fitness and the itinerary. We suggest you to strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents. Some physical fitness programs such as running, swimming, biking or aerobics is recommended, but mostly hiking on steep hills or running up and down steps are preferable. 
Please note that the following program is prepared in the fact basis however can be change in some circumstances but adjustments will have to be made during the trekking. We request you to be flexible with the situation to enjoy yourself.
As the trek is designed for camping arrangement, everything is handled by our team of porters, sherpas and cooks who carry the equipment, fix the camp and have hot meals waiting for you at every food break.

Starting at

25000

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Makalu Base Camp Trekking

Makalu Base Camp Trekking Makalu (8,481 m.) the fifth highest mountain of the world lying on the Nepal-Tibet border has the virtue of observing the Nepal's most major peaks to the east of the Everest. The trek starts right from the Arun Valley. This region, considered as one of the non-tourist areas has a wonderful charm to explore and always done with a well-supervised and guided group with sensible equipment.

Starting at

38000

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Kanchenjunga Trekking

Kanchenjunga Trekking Kanchenjunga is the third highest of the world’s peaks and one of the most remote trekking areas in the Nepal Himalaya. This route takes you from the south-eastern corner of Nepal at altitude of just 70 m. to the base camp of this, one of the greatest mountain masses in the world. It is one of Nepal’s least trekked areas and certainly one of its most beautiful., from Kathmandu you fly to Taplejung via Biratnagar and commence trekking up Tamur valley along one of the oldest trade routes in the Himalaya. Walking through lush rhododendron forests you climb on into high alpine terrain beyond the village of Gunsa. A camp established high above this village that provides astounding views of Kanchenjunga’s South face. Returning to Gunsa you then cross the Lapsung La pass and trek on the Yalung Glacier and Kanchenjunga Base Camp. This really is still exploratory trekking and you must be prepared to take the trail as it comes. But to look up at Kanchenjuga towering south face is easily reward enough for your efforts. Retracing your route to Taplejung you return to Kathmandu, having becomes one of few who have experienced this remarkable and little known region of Nepal.

Starting at

55000

Adventure Tour

Nepal Mustang Trekking

Nepal Mustang Trekking For the Mustang trek we take a morning flight to Jomsom, the district headquarters of Mustang. The sound of jingling horse and pony bells as the Mustangi people pass by with their loads becomes an omnipresent aspect of the trek from now on. We trek up the windy Kali Gandaki valley to Kagbeni. The wide trail along a sandy, saligram-filled riverbed provides views of the surrounding peaks of Dhaulagiri, Tukuche and Nilgiri, and to the south the entire Annapurna Massif. Kagbeni, spectacularly situated atop a cliff overlooking the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and the Jhong Khola rivers, is the last village in Lower Mustang and guards the entrance into Upper Mustang, visible across the Kali Gandaki riverbed. It is an oasis of patchwork fields in the midst of rocky, arid mountains.

This ancient and partially ruined citadel town provides us with a taste of scenes to come in upper Mustang, with its narrow alleyways and tunnels, irrigation canals, green fields of wheat and barley and its imposing and newly-restored brick-colored gompa. Here we go through the police check, after completing our paperworkwe enter Upper Mustang, the long-forbidden region of Nepal.

Lo Monthang, aptly named the ''Plain of Aspiration." The fabled walled city of Lo, with a single entrance through which only the king is allowed to ride (all others must walk), is a welcome sight! The king, "Lo Gyelbu", named Jigme Palbar Bista, still resides at his four-storied palace inside the city walls ... that is, when he's not in Kathmandu. He is an avid horseman, and keeps his own stable of horses, some of the best in Mustang, it is said. Stay away from his Tibetan mastiffs, though! Today the king plays a somewhat ceremonial role, although he is well loved and respected throughout the kingdom. In the 1380's, King Ame Pal, established his reign in Lo, with the walled city of Lo Monthang as its capital. Within the walls of Lo Manthang are about 150 houses built among narrow streets, and some of the largest and finest Tibetan Buddhist gompas in Nepal

Starting at

45000

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Around Manaslu Trek

Around Manaslu Trek This area long closed to foreigners because of its proximity to the Chinese border has recently been opened. The trails are relatively less trekked, culture and traditions are less affected and the scenery one of the best in Nepal. This is a fascinating course around Manaslu (8,163 m.) and its three peaks known as the ‘Japanese Peaks’ ascending along Buri Gandaki River and through contrasting worlds of Lho, Sama gaon (3,450 m.) and crossing the highest point of the trek Larkya La (5,213 m.), which is a mere 8 km from Tibet border. A classic vista opens to the west – Himlung Himal (7,126 m.), Cheo Himal, Gyaji Kang, Kang guru (6,981 m.) and Annapurna II (7,937 m.). From Larkya La, the descent is steep and usually snow covered upto Tanbuche. From Tanbuche the narrow trail enters a wide meadow where we camp. Then we follow the white Dudh Khola river banks passing though magnificent forests of rhododendron, Pine and Juniper which then give way to apple orchards around Thonje and Dharapani. As we descend further the alpine vegetation gives way to subtropical lushness. We then walk down the Marshyangdi Khola river valley to Besishahar, the end point of the trek. From Besishahar there is regular local bus service to Dumre and from then on to Kathmandu by private transport

Starting at

42000

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