Trekking Nepal in the shadows of the most colossal mountains on earth, across the picturesque highlands, waterfalls, coniferous forests, and through national parks. Interact with the pristine cultures and lifestyles of the mountains at the rural villages embellished by colourful Buddhist prayer flags.

Trekking Nepal is a unique tourism product of Nepal. Upper Nepal bestows trekkers with some much-acclaimed trekking routes, the best in the world, where tens of thousands of tourists share their unforgettable experience every year. Stretching through the six climatic zones – tropical, subtropical, temperate, sub-alpine, alpine, and arctic – the routes range from fairly remote to extremely remote settings, and from moderate to high levels of difficulty. Come defy the horizons, and ascend yourself above the clouds, for the mountains are calling you!

Trekking Regions In Nepal

  • Everest Trekking

    Everest region is the most attractive trekking area in Nepal with 8848m elevation. The region is also popularly known as Khumbu Region or Sagarmatha National Park lies in the northeastern part of Nepal.

  • Annapurna Trekking

    The Annapurna Region's popularity is well deserved: nowhere else do you get such a varied feast of scenery and hill culture and the logistics are relatively simple.

  • Langtang Trekking

    Langtang is one of the nearest trekking destinations from Kathmandu and is an unparalleled combination of natural beauty and cultural riches.

  • Off The Beaten Path

    Although the county has abundant natural beauties and geographical variation, Nepal welcomes very few foreign visitors.