Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang valley trek is a pure blend of natural and cultural richness; witness great scenic landscapes, snow-capped mountains, rhododendron forests along with the great culture and traditions of the Tamang and Sherpa people. It is a short and moderate trek taking not more than a week. Although, adding in a few days for side tours into the valley isn’t a bad idea.
Syabrubesi is the starting point for the trek. It takes an eight hour drive from Kathmandu to reach Syabrubesi. From there we ascend to the Kyanjin Gompa.

One of the highlights of this region of Nepal is the Langtang National Park. The park is home to approximately 4,500 residents with most of them being of the Tamang ethnicity. The park is rich in flora and fauna. The park is filled with oak, maple, pine, and several types of rhododendron. Its home to some of the rarest creatures on the planet like the Himalayan black bear, the Himalayan tahr, rhesus monkeys and red pandas. There have also been stories of Yeti sightings in the area.The park also includes religious and spiritual sights like the Gosainkunda lakes, sacred to Hindus and Kyanjin Gompa, sacred to Buddhists.

The Langtang Valley trek offers great views of Pemthang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung, and Kangchenpo. If you are looking for something moderate, quick, and fulfilling, this is it! If you have enough time, the trek can be extended to Gosainkunda Lake.

Langtang to Gosainkunda Lake Trek is one of the most well-known classic treks in Nepal. The trail includes two of the most remarkable regions of Nepal – the Langtang national park and the holy lake of Gosaikunda. This trek is filled with adventure at every corner. The trek gives you chance to explore old, calm and quiet villages of Nepal ascend reachable peaks and visit beautiful glaciers at low elevations.
The holy lakes of Gosainkunda lie at an elevation of 4300 meters. The lakes primarily consists of three lakes of which the Gosaikunda being the largest in the area, the other two are Saraswatikunda and Bhairabkunda. According to the Hindus, the lakes were formed by Lord Shiva when he struck his trident (Trisul) into the ground. Thus the river Trisuli, which derives its water from these lakes, is named according to the legend.
Gosainkunda Lake Trek finely blends the natural and cultural aspects of the region. Travelers get the chance to see some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth and at the same time learn and get closer to the culture and traditions of this area. If you have short time you can just return back from Gosainkunda Lake. For more information about this trek call us now  +977-9851032316 (24×7).


The Tsum Valley Trek is a hidden gem of Nepal. The valley has been just recently opened up for trekking for tourists, thus, the trail is greatly unexplored and suits perfectly for those who enjoy the off-the-beaten-track trips.
The Tsum valley Trek is located in the north west of Kathmandu. The people of the region follow identical Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture. In the Tibetan language “Tsum” means vivid. As the name goes valley is pure, pristine and holy. The legendary valley is home to ancient art and culture. The trails to Tsum are scattered with brilliant Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs adorned with paintings of deities and inscribed with holy prayers.
Since the valley is rarely visited, the inhabitants have had no outside influences and have managed to keep their tradition and culture in its original form. Furthermore, the scenery and landscapes in the Tsum Valley is wonderful, including beautiful forests and countryside. The magnificent Ganesh Himal towers above the valley, offering trekkers with the opportunity to look upon one of the area’s most significant peaks.
Tsum valley Trek begins from a low elevation, walking through green countryside through several small Hindu villages. After reaching the Tsum Valley, trekkers shall leave from the main trail and enter into a beautiful forest with pines and rhododendrons. The trekkers shall head eastwards when the valley eventually opens, revealing beautiful countryside and quaint, Tibetan-style villages.
This is a wonderful journey into one of the most sacred and untouched areas of Nepal. Heading into the valley feels like going back in time, it’s something that no trekking enthusiast should miss!

Makalu Base Camp Trek is a challenging trek to the base camp of Mount Makalu, the world’s fifth highest mountain. Our itinerary is planned to allow for sufficient acclimatization to the altitude and to maximize the efficiency of travel time, providing ample opportunity to explore the Makalu Base Camp. This trail bring travelers to the humid lowlands near Tumlingtar on the Arun River, continuing through one of the least frequented areas of Nepal to Makalu Base Camp. This particular trek showcases a broad spectrum of ecosystems and cultures. In the areas of the trek in lower altitudes, visitors can experience local lifestyles in the Rai villages and, at higher altitudes, Sherpa villages.

Trekkers will cross Shipton La at an elevation of 4216 m and cross into the remote and beautiful Barun river valley before their arrival at Makalu Base Camp. Along the trail, visitors will experience superb views of the south face of Makalu as well as Everest, Lhotse, Chamlang and Kanchenjunga.

Trekkers who are interesting an “authentic” trekking experience in Nepal, Makalu Base Camp Trekking  particular route is highly recommended.  The best time for this trek include March to June and October to November.  Contact us Today NO.1. Trekking Service Provider Company in Nepal Himalayan Trekking . !

Mustang Tiji Festival Trek– Despite the fact that the relative seclusion of the Mustang area is the thing that draws in voyagers to this range and adds to the other-worldly like scenes, the seclusion likewise adds to the development of an exceptionally special culture and customs. Mustang is the place that is known for desert like scenes observed by some of the most elevated snow-topped Himalayan peaks. The river Kali Gandaki adds to Mustang’s excellence with its entrancing light blue waters which is also the principle water source for the area.

Upper Mustang Tiji Festival Trek will take you on a voyage through Mustang’s remarkable scenes and will give you a wonderful opportunity to jump deep into the way of life of the inhabitants. Explorers will have the ability to study the way of life of Mustang through the observation of the Tiji celebration. The Tiji celebration is a standout amongst the most critical occasions for the people of Mustang and uncovers the heart of Mustang’s way of life. In this occasion, the myths and legends of the region are performed and re-enacted, leaving the spectators amazed by the uniqueness of the exhibitions. Maroon clad priests and entertainers wearing veils move to the thumps of the drum, joined by the sound of horns and cymbals, intended to pursue away the evil presences and welcome the growing season. This trek is perfect for the explorers who want to feel both the magnificence of nature and the culture of the region. If you have short time, you can do Mustang Jeep Tour.


The Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek offers a chance to trek around Mt. Manaslu while exploring the beauty of the Tsum Valley. Trekking around these regions have been opened recently, therefore these areas are some of the hidden gems of Nepal.
The Tsum valley is in the north of Kathmandu. The people of the region follow identical Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture. In the Tibetan language “Tsum” means vivid. As the name goes valley is pure, pristine and holy. The legendary valley is home to ancient art and culture. The trails to Tsum are scattered with brilliant Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs adorned with paintings of deities and inscribed with holy prayers.
Those that have explored the region that trekking around Manaslu reminds them of the Annapurna Circuit, but the region nevertheless is much more distinctive and less explored. This trail takes visitors through spectacular natural landscapes and culturally rich local people.
The trek is recommended for those seeking a physically challenging trip in the Nepalese Himalayas mixed with a chance to explore the treasures of the Tsum Valley.

Join us on the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal for an unforgettable experience of natural beauty and a jungle journey. This trip will take you through the stunning Himalayas and the vibrant wildlife of Chitwan National Park

Walk through the beautiful rhododendron forests, pass by charming mountain villages, and gaze upon the glaring snow-capped peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare. 

Thereafter, be in Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  This enthralling wildlife safari will be the icing on the cake for this journey. 

What It Feels Like on the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal:

As you begin your Annapurna Trek, you will feel the crisp air; it is so fresh that it will make you feel at your best. Thereafter, the scenery is nothing but breathtaking. 

The trek through rhododendron forests makes you feel like you are in a dream. So beautiful, that it will feel unreal! The peaceful mountain villages, and terraced fields will make you feel the way of life in the Himalayas. 

The snow-capped peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare  will loom over you. The sense of achievement when you reach the base of these giants is unparalleled. 

Additionally, a safari at Chitwan National Park will sort of be like stepping into a living, breathing wildlife documentary. The songs of exotic birds, the anticipation of catching sight of endangered species, and the fear of the unknown in the dense jungle will make all your senses heightened. Perfect twist to the trek in Nepal. 

The Best Time for the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal:

The best time to go on this incredible Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal journey is during Nepal’s two main trekking seasons- Spring and Autumn. Spring is from March to May, and autumn is from September to November. 

Both of these times of the year mark pleasant weather conditions for trekking as well as for jungle safaris. The mountain views are crystal clear. This makes every move worth it on the trek in Nepal. 

Also, Chitwan’s wildlife is also active during this time of the year, making it an ideal time for both the Annapurna Trek and the Chitwan Safari in Nepal. 

How Difficult is the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal?

The Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal is considered moderately challenging. It is suitable for both beginners as well as experienced trekkers. The difficulty level depends on the specific route you choose.

The Classic Annapurna Circuit is more challenging due to its length and higher altitudes, while the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is less strenuous.

Our experienced guides will tailor the trek to your fitness level and preferences, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. With the right preparation and a sense of adventure, this trek is within reach for most outdoor enthusiasts.


Journey of the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal is a chance to discover the country’s beautiful landscapes. From the majestic mountains to vibrant jungles. This journey offers both physical and spiritual benefits. This allows you to connect deeply with nature and involve yourself in the local culture. 

We invite you to join us, Himalayan Trekking and Tour and create unforgettable memories in the Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Safari in Nepal.

Nepal Family Adventure is a family adventure travel exclusive to your family. It’s about combining a simple Himalayan trek, rafting, and wildlife. Also, about the wilderness, while remaining in the best accommodations that exist en route. This extravagant adventure trip gives knowledge to the differing qualities of Nepal. From the grandiose pinnacles of the Himalayas to the nearly sea level Gangetic plains. Moreover, overland travel is kept to an absolute minimum as well.

The Nepal Family Adventure starts with a somewhat simple stroll in the Annapurna range and the delightful Modi Khola Valle. Here you’ll experience pretty towns and additionally spectacular Himalayan views as well. Moving from mountains to water, paddle down the Seti River through a sub-tropical valley. Also, scenes that you can’t just see aside from by being on the stream. An overnight at a comfortable permanent waterway side camp before proceeding onward to Nepal’s most well-known National Park – Chitwan National Park.

Highlights of Nepal Family Adventure:

  • Stunning views with a magical experience of sunrise over the Annapurna Range
  • Amazing view of Annapurna and Manaslu
  • Chitwan National park jungle safari in search for Rhino and the Bengal tiger
  • The rich culture and the Nepali way of life
  • Nevertheless, the experience of the white water rafting at Trishuli River

The Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek in Nepal is where the majestic Himalayan mountains greet you with open arms.

This Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek in Nepal is a short but unforgettable adventure. It offers a unique blend of amazing natural beauty, cultural understanding, and a profound sense of accomplishment. 

You will get to walk past the lush foothills of the Himalayas. There you will be greeted by towering peaks, the scenic waterfalls, and pleasing villages nestled among terraced fields.

What It Feels Like in the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek

Imagine you are on a trip to Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal. The feeling has no bounds. As exciting as it sounds, the actual journey feels unreal. Annapurna Base Camp is a beautiful place on earth which feels like a dreamy world. With big mountains and peaceful vibes, you will get the never-felt type of feeling which is bewildering.

As you start walking, you notice the huge mountains like Annapurna I and Machapuchare. The air is fresh, and you just feel connected to nature.

The path is amazing. First, you walk through dense forests with trees and then open spaces with pretty meadows. Every step feels like you are getting closer to nature’s heart.

Meeting local people is a big part of the journey. They are very welcoming. You can chat, have tea, and eat delicious food like lentil soup with rice. It’s heartwarming. It shall feel like a home-away-from-home. 

But the real magic happens when you reach Annapurna Base Camp. It is like being in a mountain theater with the biggest peaks around you. The sunrise and sunset are incredible- a must experience phenomenon! The mountains change colors from gold to pink. It’s like it’s dreamed-up

At night, the air is so fresh, and the sky is full of stars. You look up, and it’s like a beautiful painting.

This Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek is a challenge, but it also fills your heart. It reminds you how amazing nature is and how strong people can be. Every time you come back, it’s like seeing an old friend with new stories. It makes you humble, happy, and ready for more adventures in this amazing place.

Best Time for the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek:

The ideal time for The Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek in Nepal is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. That is when you will have the best weather – sunny days and just the right amount of warmth.

In the spring, you will be greeted by vibrant rhododendron flowers along the way. While autumn treats you with breathtaking views and that crisp, refreshing mountain air. It’s a win-win!

How Difficult Is the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek?

This Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek is a bit of a challenge, but don’t worry, you don’t need prior experience to do it. You do, however, need to be reasonably fit and ready to adapt to the altitude. That is very important.

Here’s the deal: Each day, you will be walking for about 5 to 6 hours. Sometimes, the path goes uphill, and sometimes, it goes downhill. It is like a gentle rollercoaster ride through some beautiful scenery. This will make you forget the hardship and make it all worthwhile, you will see!

So, to sum it up, if you’re up for a little adventure, enjoy a bit of exercise, and are ready to take in the breathtaking views, the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek in Nepal is totally doable.

Give it a shot, with us, Himalayan Trekking and you might just have the time of your life!


The the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek in Nepal is an adventure of a lifetime, inviting you to explore the Himalayan wonders and immerse yourself in the rich culture of Nepal. With its moderate difficulty level, it’s an excellent choice for both novice and experienced trekkers.

Standing amidst the towering peaks at Annapurna Base Camp will not only be a personal triumph but also a profound connection with nature and the mountains.

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The Mardi Himal trek is a relatively new and hence, a less explored trekking route in Nepal. Away from the busier and more crowded trekking routes, the trek is an ideal getaway for those interested in trekking and also as well for the beginners as prior experience isn’t needed. The trail is small and winding, passing through villages, beautiful and dense rhododendron forests, narrow valleys up to High Mountain landscapes with homestays and tea houses along the entire route. The trek offers visitors a chance to experience the culture and traditions of the local communities, to feast their eyes upon the incredible sceneries, endless diversity of flora and fauna of the region, and views of mountains such as Mardi Himal, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Annapurna south and Hiuchuli. All these elements make this one an ideal trekking experience in Nepal.
The trek begins after an hour’s drive from Pokhara to Kande.  Trekkers shall make their way up towards Australian camp and then down to Pothana 1890m and again up to Deurali 2100m. The trail then passes through dense rhododendron forests into Forest Camp 2600m. The trail continues getting steeper through more forests with occasional glimpses of Annapurna South before getting into Low Camp (2970m).
The trail then leads into High Camp 3550m (mistakenly shown at 3900m in trekking maps).  The landscape changes as you get closer to High Camp. Trekkers will suddenly find themselves in a rocky high mountain landscape, with amazing views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Mardi Himal, and Machapuchre. Trekkers can then head further towards the Mardi Himal base camp at 4500 which is about 4 hours from High camp and again make their way back towards High Camp in the same day.