Langtang was designated as the first Himalayan National Park in 1970-71. The
area extends from 32km north of Kathmandu to the Nepal-Tibet border of Kyerong.
The highest peak in this area is Langtang Lirung (7246m.). The variation in
the altitude and the topography along with the existing forest provide habitat
for a wide range of animals including wild dogs, the endangered red panda, Himalayan
black bear, ghoral, serow, pika, wild boar and rhesus monkeys to name a few.
The trail passes through many Tibetan and Tamang villages and offers trekkers
an exceptional diversity of culture and fine views of Langtang and Ganesh Himal.
LANGTANG LIRUNG TREK (8 days) (Tea-House trek also possible)
LANGTANG-GOSAINKUNDA-HELAMBU TREK (18 days) (Tea-House trek also possible)
The Khumbu area is interesting and justifiably famous, not only for its accessibility
to the world's highest mountain but also for its unique Sherpa villages and
monasteries. Khumbu is one of the most popular trekking destinations in the
world. The course is varied. You encounter lamas and see gompas, chortens and
mani stones, and prayer flags flapping in the wind.
The impressive glacier and river sculpted land of Khumbu supports a series of vegetation zones governed by the altitude. This region provides a habitat for a variety of wildlife including many endangered species: Snow Leopard, Musk deer, Blood Pheasant and Impeyan Pheasant.
EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK (18 days)
PHAPLU HIGH-SOLU TREK (14 days)
JIRI HIGH SOLU TREK (14 days)
GOKYO EVEREST TREK (29 days)
Solu Khumbu is well known to trekkers and climbers from all part of the world. This trek includes one high pass and three very high view points. Gokyo provides a spectacular view of Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Oyu and Mt. Everest. More sensational mountain views awaits as we visit the friendly Sherpas in their villages in Khumbu.
Annapurna National Park and Conservation Area receives more than 50,000 trekkers
every year. It is rich in variety and vistas from the rolling hills of Marshyangdi
to the Himalayan interior, providing the complete trekking experience. The Annapurna
range dominates the skyline and includes the unique fishtail shaped peak of
Mt. Machhapuchhare (6993m), which can be viewed from Pokhara, the second largest
city of Nepal. The park covers an area inhabited by a wide diversity of people,
and stretches to the north of the main Himalayan range onto the high Tibetan
ANNAPURNA SANCTUARY TREK (21 days) (both Tea House & Camping Trek)
ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP (13 days) (both Tea House & Camping Trek)