Short Trekking

Short hike and trek can make suitable combination with sightseeing tours, jungle safari and rafting program. You can choose and let us know what you would like at add in your itinerary, we will estimate budget to suit your need.

A trek or hike on the mountains of Nepal is not a wilderness experience. It is rather a cultural and nature experience. It is a journey through various ethnic cultures, religion and geographical diversity of this small kingdom. There are rich varieties of flora and fauna within a limited area and horizontal distance of 70 km from a lowest elevation of 150m to 8848 meter above sea level. The mountains in the middle range are dotted with numerous villages. They are interlinked by footpath. You use these networks of footpath made by local people.

Kathmandu valley cultural Trek

Just around the capital of Nepal, the sense of real Nepali life can be noticed. This trip provides some great moments to enjoy be that in terms of seeing glorious mountain views, or experiencing cultural and traditional beliefs

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Nagarkot Dhulikhel Trek

This trip takes you to Nagarkot via Sundarijal croosing through Shivapuri National Park. Early sunrise view at Nagarkot is charming and exciting view. Dhulikhel is your next destination.

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Chisapani Nagarkot Trek

Trekking is highlights of a visit to Nepal. The range of geographical features, variety of vegetation and rich Himalayan culture award trekker’s large numbers of easy treks.

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Dhampus Sarangkot Trek

This is an easy and short walk in the middle hills of Nepal that lies near Pokhara the beautiful lake city. It can be define as a short and sweet trek

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Ganga Jamuna Trek

This is new opened historical and cultural Home stay trek in Nepal. You will have an opportunity to see Nepali lifestyle and mix culture on this trek. You pass different villages where you can interact with the different ethnic groups such as Tamang, Gurung, Brahmin, Chhetri and few others of Nepal.   The Main attraction […]

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