In our opinion, Nepal is the best trekking country in the world. The difficulty of the routes varies widely and also the surroundings of two different treks are rarely comparable. Nepal is blessed with the Himalayas, which give us the opportunity to explore historical ridges.
It is not uncommon for you to start planning your next Nepal trek before you have even left the country. Even we are deeply fascinated by hiking Nepal sparsely and we have put countless kilometers behind us on these trekking routes. Trekking in Nepal is part of Tourist Travel’s DNA and we would love to introduce you to this amazing form of travel.
Trekking through Nepal’s magnificent nature can seem absolutely magical. In a split second you will feel drawn to the breathtaking views where snow-capped peaks disappear among the clouds. Beautiful temples will appear here and there – even in the most versatile areas of your trek in Nepal. Here are hissing rice fields, lush lake areas and suspension bridges that make the heart gallop at even the biggest daredevil.
At Tourist Travel, we are seasoned hikers on Nepal’s many trekking routes. According to thenailmythology, the country has fascinated us for years and moving to Nepal has over time become part of our DNA. Do you dream of trekking at Everest Base Camp, Manaslu or maybe Annapurna? and do you want to do it in the company of a tour guide who has done it countless times before? So go on a trek in Nepal with us.
Tailor-made trips with trekking in Nepal
Trekking with Tourist Travel is an active and different way to experience a foreign culture. We pull through Nepal’s fascinating nature and we get Nepal right under the skin in a very unique way. At Tourist, we want you to have a memorable trip, and therefore you also have the opportunity to help plan your trip from start to finish.
We are experts in trekking in Nepal and therefore we obviously have a lot of good advice and tips for you. Over time, we have boiled our very best experiences and many years of experience down to travel programs that we like to take as a starting point when tailoring your trekking trip to Nepal.
Pull alone with a larger group
Do you want to draw in Nepal with others – but do not know who to share the experience with? Then you can take part in one of our planned group trips. All our tours are with Danish tour guides, who can tell you far and wide about some of the most unique places in Nepal. On both treks and other trips in Nepal , we usually stay away from typical tourist attractions. We would much rather show you the forgotten and hidden that we, based on many years of experience, know about.
Popular trekking tours in Nepal
Everest Base Camp
Want to experience the world’s highest mountain, but do not dream of summit hikes at an altitude of 8,848 meters? Then join the trek to Everest Base Camp in the Himalayan mountain range. You still reach heights that require good preparation.
We promise you that you will be both challenged and amazed by this Nepal trek. On your way to the popular camp, you can visit the monastery village of Thame, the Gokyo Valley and the many glacial lakes.
Elevation for this trek: 2,815 – 5,635 meters
Difficulty of the move: Slightly above average (C +)
Annapurna Base Camp
When you pull in Annapurna, there is the opportunity, not just one, but many beautiful destinations. With its 55 kilometers in length, the mountain range forms the framework for many popular treks in Nepal.
Annapurna also means Goddess of Harvest – which is appropriate because there are plenty of gorgeous prospects to reap when you pull into Annapurna. Look forward to Poon Hill, the suspension bridge over Chomro Khola and the Rakshi Peak brandy stop. Annapurna is one of the most popular trekking areas in Nepal
Elevation for this trek: 1,780 – 4,400 meters
Difficulty of move: Medium (C)
Manaslu, which also means “Mountain of the Spirit”, is definitely one of the most beautiful peaks of the Himalayas. With its 8,153 meters, the mountain is actually the 8th highest in the world. However, you do not need to tops for Manaslu to be worth a visit. The trek around Manaslu is considered to be among Nepal’s most breathtaking of its kind.
The trek takes you from the lush lowlands to the arid Himalayas. We visit beautiful Buddhist temples and cozy villages. The move thus presents you with a selection of some of the finest that Nepal represents.
Elevation for this trek: 530 – 5,110 meters
Difficulty of move: Medium (C)
Begnas Tal Camp
It is possible for anyone to trek in Nepal as there are routes of varying difficulty. The route to Begna’s Tal Camp is considerably easier than most others, but albeit it is still eventful and extremely beautiful. The camp is located by Begna’s Tal lake, and Annapurna characterizes the view with its towering peaks.
The trek to the camp takes you through rice fields, woodlands and small, cozy villages. Here grow corn, millet, bananas, papaya, tangerines, oranges, guava and a lot of different kinds of vegetables. at Begnas Tal lake, there are also 24 fish species, 11 mammal species and a myriad of bird species.
Elevation for this trek: Max 2,000 meters
Difficulty of the move: Easier (B)
It can be difficult to choose a route when you have to trek in Nepal, because there is so much variety to sense in the beautiful country. On the trek to Langtang Dalen, however, you get the opportunity to experience a lot of the things that are often associated with Nepal. This trek is not even very difficult as far as most people can participate.
We pull through lush river valleys, where the rock walls push us together, to open landscapes where the yaka ox has a home. We visit the teddy bear red panda and the mischievous langur monkeys in the forest and cross the suspension bridge over Langmoche Khola. if time and opportunity present, we go to puja in one of the local monasteries.
Elevation for this trek: Max 3,900 meters
Difficulty of move: Just below average (C-)