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Dhaulagiri (8,167 metres) is the seventh highest mountain in the world. It forms the eastern anchor of the Dhaulagiri Himal, a subrange of the Himalaya in the Dhawalagiri Zone of north central Nepal. It lies northwest of Pokhara, an important regional town and tourist center. Across the deep gorge of the Kali Gandaki to the east lies the Annapurna Himal, home to Annapurna I,
one of the other eight-thousanders. Dhaulagiri means "White Mountain".
In terms of rise above local terrain, Dhaulagiri is, in fact, almost unparalleled in the world. For example, it rises 7000 m over the Kali Gandaki gorge to the southeast in about 30km of horizontal distance. The Kali Gandaki is especially dramatic since Dhaulagiri and Annapurna both stand near the river, giving a unique example of two Eight-thousanders facing each other over a deep valley.
The South and West faces of Dhaulagiri both feature massive drops;
each rises over 4000 meters from its base, and each has been the site of epic climbs.
Among the subsidiary peaks in the range, Gurja Himal also boasts a large, precipitous drop on its south face.
We have the following programmes for Dhaulagiri region:

Round Dhaulagiri Trek

( Streneous - Group Basis Only - Mixed Trek - Tea House Lodges + Organized Camps)

Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu. Receive at Airport, transfer to Hotel. Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 2 Sight Seeing in Kathmandu.Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 3 Bus drive to Pokhara (200kms) approximately 6 hours. Stay in a hotel in Lakeside Pokhara (900mtrs.)
Day 4 Drive from Pokhara to Beni. (970mtrs)
Day 5 Trek Beni - Babichaur (1020mtrs.)
Day 6 Trek Babichaur - Dharwang - Dharapani (1500mtrs.)
Day 7 Trek Dharapani - Muri (2000mtrs.)
Day 8 Trek Muri - Dobang (2550mtrs.)
Day 9 Trek Dobang - Italian Camp (3500mtrs.)
Day 10 Acclimatization day and hike around
Day 11 Trek to Chhonbardan Glacier (4250mtrs.)
Day 12 Trek to Dhaulagiri Base Camp (4650mtrs.)
Day 13 Acclimatization day hike around in the area
Day 14 Trek through French Col (5334 m) before and accross Dhampus pass or Thapa pass (5250mtrs.).
Day 15 Trek around Hidden Valley
Day 16 Trek to Yak Kharka (4200mtrs.)
Day 17 Trek Yak Kharka- Ghasa - Kalopani
Day 18 Trek Kalopani - Tatopani (1200mtrs.)
Day 19 Relax the hot spring water in Tatopani
Day 20 Trek Tatopani - Ghorepani
Day 21 Trek Ghorepani - Poon Hill Excursion and climb down to Birenthanti (1000mtrs)
Day 22 Trek Birenthanti to Nayapul. Trek Ends. Drive to Pokhara
Day 23 Rest day and optional sight seeing in Pokhara.
Day 24 One more free day in Pokhara
Day 25 Drive to Kathmandu. Transfer to your hotel.
Day 26 Free day in Kathmandu for Optional Sight seeing.
Day 27 Free day in Kathmandu for shopping etc.
Day 28 Departure transfer to the Airport.


Manaslu (also known as Kutang), 8,156 metres (26,759 ft), is the eighth highest mountain in the world,
located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas. Manaslu is derived from the Sanskrit word Manasa and is translated as "Mountain of the Self".
Manaslu is the highest peak in the Lamjung district and is located about forty miles east of Annapurna, the tenth highest mountain.
The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and culminate in a peak that towers steeply
above its surrounding landscape, and is a dominant feature when viewed from afar.
Manaslu was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, members of a Japanese expedition.
We have the following Trekking Programmes for Manaslu region:

Manaslu Circuit Trek

( Streneous - Group Basis Only - Mixed Trek - Tea House Lodges + Organized Camps)

Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu. Receive at Airport, transfer to Hotel. Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 2 Sight Seeing in Kathmandu.Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 3 Drive to Gorkha - trek starting point. 5 hours 500m
Day 4 Trek to Khanchok Bhanjang 6 hours 927m
Day 5 Trek to Arughat Bazaar 6 hours 500m
Day 6 Trek to Soti Khola 6 hours 530m
Day 7 Trek to Machha Khola 8 hours 890 m
Day 8 Trek to Jagat 6 hours 1350m
Day 9 Trek to Philim 4 hours 1700m
Day 10 Trek to Deng 6 hours 2095m
Day 11 Trek to Namru 5-6 hours 2900m
Day 12 Trek to Lhogaon 7 hours 3150m
Day 13 Trek to Samagaon 4 hours 3450m
Day 14 Rest and acclimatisation day
Day 15 Trek to Samdo 3-4 hours 3900m
Day 16 Trek to Larkya Phedi (base of Larkya Pass) 4 hours 4400m
Day 17 Trek to Bimdakothi 9-10 hours 3800m
Day 18 Trek to Tilje 6 hours 2300m
Day 19 Trek to Tal 3-4 hours 1710m
Day 20 Trek to Syang 5 hours 1135m
Day 21 Trek to Bhulbhule 5 hours 845m
Day 22 Trek to Baglung Pani 7 hours 1800m
Day 23 Trek to Shaveli Bazaar 5 hours 1145m
Day 24 Trek to Karpatar 4 hours 1100m
Day 25 Trek to Begnas Tal 6 hours 930m
Day 26 Drive to Kathmandu 5-6 hours
Day 27 Day at leisure in Kathmandu
Day 28 Departure to Airport


Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world (after Mount Everest and K2), with an elevation of 8,586 metres (28,169 ft).
Kangchenjunga translated means "The Five Treasures of Snows", as it contains five peaks, four of them over 8,450 metres,
the treasures representing the five repositories of God, which are gold, silver, gems, grain, and holy books. Kangchenjunga is also called
Sewa Lungma in the local Limbu language and is considered sacred in the Kirant religion.
Three of the five peaks (main, central, and south) are on the border of North Sikkim district of Sikkim, India and Taplejung District of Nepal,
while the other two are completely in Taplejung District.
Nepal is home to the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area Project run by the World Wildlife Fund,
in association with Government of Nepal, the sanctuary is also home to the Red Panda and other snow animals,
birds and plants. India's side of Kangchenjunga also has a protected park area called the Khangchendzonga National Park.
We have the following Trekking Programmes for Kanchanjunga region:

Kanchanjunga Trek

( Streneous - Group Basis Only - Mixed Trek - Tea House Lodges + Organized Camps)

Day 1 Arrival and check in at the Hotel.
Day 2 Sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley.
Day 3 Kathmandu- Biratnagar by flight.
Day 4 Biratnagar- Suketar by flight. Trek Starts – Suketar – Lali Kharka . Camp at Lali Kharka.
Day 5 Lali Kharka to Khande Bhanjyang.
Day 6 Khande Bhanjyang to Mamankhe.
Day 7 Mamankhe to Yamphuding.
Day 8 Yamphuding to Omje Khola.
Day 9 Omje Khola to Torontang.
Day 10 Torontang to Tseram.
Day 11 Rest day in Tseram.
Day 12 Tseram to Ramze.
Day 13 Ramze to Oktang.
Day 14 Oktang to Yalung.
Day 15 Excursion to Kanchanjungha Base-Camp and camp at Yalung.
Day 16 Yalung to Selele Base Camp.
Day 17 Selele to Ghunsa.
Day 18 Ghunsa to Gyapla.
Day 19 Gyapla to Amjilasa.
Day 20 Amjilasa to Syakarthum.
Day 21 Syakarthum to Chhirwa
Day 22 Chhirwa to Bhalukhop.
Day 23 Bhalukhop to Taplejung.
Day 24 Taplejung to Biratnagar by flight.
Day 25 Biratnagar to Kathmandu by flight.
Day 26 Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 27 Departure.

We also have trekking in this area from Sikkim (India) via Darjeeling.


Rara Lake (Rara taal) is the biggest lake of Nepal. The lake is also known as Mahendra Daha, and lies at an altitude above 2,900 metres above sea level covering an area of 10 km˛. It lies in Rara Village Development Committee, Mugu District in Western Nepal and falls under the Rara National Park. The Rara National Park is known as the home of Himalayan black bear, Red panda, Ghorals. This trek is nature's paradise for botanists, naturalizes and birds watchers. The trek begins with flight to Jumla and exploring the Himalayan vegetation, different kinds of birds and wild animals. Our Trekking programmes for Rara region :

Rara and Sinja Valley

( Streneous - Group Basis Only - Organized Camp Trek)

Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu. Receive at Airport, transfer to Hotel. Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 2 Sight Seeing in Kathmandu.Overnight Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 3 Fly to Nepal Gunj.
Day 4 Fly to Jumla. Trek Starts. From Jumla to Patmara.
Day 5 From Patmara to Bumramadi Chaur (Kabra)
Day 6 Trek to Chautha, Bhul Bhule
Day 7 Trek to Ghurchi Lagna (Lek)
Day 8 Trek to Jhyari Village and to Rara Lake .
Day 9-10 Lake Rara
Day 11 Trek to Chhuchemara Lek.
Day 12 Trek to Okherpatta Village
Day 13 Trek to Sinja Valley
Day 14 Trek to Jaljala Lek
Day 15 Trek to Jumla. Trek Ends
Day 16 Fly to Nepalgunj and Fly back to Kathmandu
Day 17 Optional Sight Seeing of Kathmandu .
Day 18 Departure Transfer


Please Contact Us for this trekking itinerary.

Dolpo (Lower)

Lower Dolpo is located in the central west of Nepal the focal point of the area is the Shey-Phoksundo National park.
Lower Dolpa offers a wonderful chance to experience a landscape and culture far different from that seen in other parts of Nepal.
The least complicated trek to undertake, and one of the most popular treks in the west of Nepal. This remote and rugged protected area
is attractive both scenically and culturally. The area is the inhabitant of various rare and endangered species of wildlife and plants diversity, including several herbal plants
which can be seen nowhere else in Nepal.
We organize the following programmes for Lower Dolpo region:

Round Lower Dolpo Trek

Dolpo (Upper)

Upper Dolpo trekking is remote hidden trekking destination in Nepal where Nepal's most tranquil and natural beauty is still unexplored. Dolpo is located inside the Shy - Phoksundo National Park of mid-western Nepal, behind the Dhaulagiri massif, towards the Tibetan Plateau. Dolpo Trekking/Trekking in Dolpo region is an experience not easily forgotten. As it is in the isolated part of Nepal, there the nature seems to have remained exactly the same as it was first created- unharmed and unaltered. Undisturbed and preserved for centuries now. Blue sheep, leopards and other interesting Himalayan animals are still there in that region. Dolpo region trekking is the natural embodiment of high passes, rare flora and fauna, and sweeping vistas, which is enriched by the traditional Tibetan cultural heritage. To trek on Dolpo region is quite an experience of life. The view of Kanjiroba peak, Phoksumdo Lake, and the Dhauligiri massif is one of the most rewarding moments of the upper dolpa trekking. We organize the following Trekking programmes for Upper Dolpo region :

Round Upper Dolpo Trek


Humla District is a part of Karnali Zone. Which is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal.
The district, with Simikot as its district headquarters, covers an area of 5,655km˛
The Northern part of Humla District is inhabited by Buddhists whereas in the Southern part mostly Hindus are living.
Life for the Humli people is challenging, the agricultural season in these high mountain valleys being short and the winters are long and severe,
with most of the population living by subsistence farming amid the region’s difficult, though extraordinarily beautiful and dramatic terrain.
This mountain landscape of high peaks, cut through by green valleys, turbulent rivers and forests of rhododendrons teeming with wildlife,
and featuring Hindu and Buddhist temples, shrines and religious sacred places, make trekking in the region an extremely rewarding and rejuvenating experience.
It also has a route to Tibet, mostly used for Manasarovar Kailash pilgrimage.
We organize Trekking programmes in Humla and also organize Kailash Manasarovar Pilgrimage.
We also have other trekking itineraries.

Please Contact Us for your required itinerary.

We can prepare personalized itinerary for your group.




We have many more itineraries for the following popular trekking routes: Everest Langtang Annapurna Other Areas


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