Nepal is home to the best climbing, trekking and mountaineering on earth but 2015 was not a good year for Nepal’s tourism as the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on April 2015 left a huge impact on a country leaving many people dead and historical sites turned into rubble. As Nepal’s economy is stimulated by tourism, the rebuilding, repairing, safety assessment work began immediately without wasting much time. Even though many trekking regions, the capital city(Kathmandu) were unaffected from the earthquake, many travellers postponed their trips and many even cancelled with no sign of returning to Nepal and to its beautiful Himalayas but the country welcomed quite numbers of travellers in Autumn 2015 regardless of that tragic moment and they all had their adventure of the lifetime and returned back with memories that will be cherished forever.
As time passed and we welcomed 2016, here we have mentioned some of our best-selling trips with a brief introduction for you to have a look and plan for 2016. Thus, you can also choose different holiday packages that combine pleasant walking through moderately strenuous route into the heart of cultural and spiritual abode from our website trip archives.
1. Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar – Trekking (March-May & Sept-Dec)
Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar Trek, an iconic journey on one of the most famous trails in the world offers never-ending experience of natural opulence, geological supremacy and insightful cultural discovery.
2. Annapurna sanctuary – Trekking (Sept-May)
You’d want to do this trip with your loved ones or those closest to you, for sure. Out of this world views of the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri from Poon Hill, and you get to see Machhapuchhre (fish-tail) peak upfront, the ‘centurion’ of the Annapurna Sanctuary.
3. Manaslu Circuit – Trekking (March-May & Sept-Nov)
The Manaslu Circuit Trek is an outback roughshod trail with pure wilderness and baffling beauty. This is a trek for serious walkers and the sublime experiences you enjoy in this region are unlike any other you’d ever imagine.
4. Upper Mustang – Trekking (April-Nov)
Known as The Lost Kingdom, Upper Mustang trek offers a spectacular trekking into the remote Trans-Himalayan region.
5. Highlights of Nepal – Tour (Sept-May)
This is the best introductory tour for first-time visitors in Nepal. Witness the medieval culture at its finest in Kathmandu valley. Beautiful harmony can be seen among Tibetan and Hindu religions in Kathmandu. Take scenic mountain flight to Pokhara. Being the gateway to the Annapurna region, Pokhara is blessed with natural opulence.
6. Mera Peak – Peak Climbing (Apr-May & Oct-Nov)
Located at 6,476 m on the edge of Khumbu region, Mera Peak Climbing allows the adrenaline of climbing one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal by following the non-technical yet physically challenging route where you need to climb snow slopes and ice sections that are within 30 degrees’ limits.
7. Manaslu Expedition – Mountaineering Expedition (Sept-Oct)
Standing tall with the towering height of 8,156m, Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the World and a highly sought out climb for worldwide mountaineers. Manaslu Expedition has been used as the preliminary training for Everest Expedition and is seen by many as the alternative to Cho Oyu. Also, this mountain is the best if you are looking for the first time 8,000m peak climb.
Contact us with your interest and our expert travel planners would be more than happy to offer you with travel itinerary meticulously prepared just for you.