The prices for all the routes we operate are below. We include everything you need for a great trek in these prices.
The Langtang trek is excellent if you are a little short on time or are nervous of starting on one of our longer, higher altitude expeditions. Despite being shorter, the Langtang trek captures all the best of Himalayan trekking with stunning scenery and fascinating culture.
Trekking to Everest Base Camp is the adventure of a lifetime and if time is short this is the best Everest option. From the exhilarating flight into Lukla to standing on top of Kala Pattar looking over to Everest itself, this is a journey that you will always remember. Your trek follows in the footsteps of the first pioneers, Tenzing and Hillary, as you hike through spectacular scenery following the Khumbu Valley before finally arriving at Base Camp itself.
The full Annapurna Circuit is rightly considered one of the World’s greatest treks and even in Nepal it stands out for the incredible variety of scenery it offers. Starting in sub-tropical meadows near Besi Sahar it rises through ever more impressive alpine peaks before reaching the famous Thorung La pass. From there the descent into the Mustang region takes you through an arid semi-desert before you finally arrive in Jomsom for a spectacular mountain flight back to Pokhara.
The Druk Path trek is a six day trek, which leads from Paro to Thimphu, crossing stunning natural landscapes through blue pine forests, dwarf rhododendrons, high ridges and crystal clear lakes. There are many opportunities to view ancient lhakhangs, dzongs and quiet unspoilt villages.
Manaslu sits immediately next to the Annapurna range within a closely managed conservation area. The Manaslu Circuit shares many of the great views and panoramas that you see trekking around Annapurna. The big difference is that while the Annapurna Circuit is in nearly every collection of great treks, Manaslu is relatively unknown so it is a lot quieter than its famous next door neighbour. And now that the latter part of the Annapurna trek has been spoiled by roads, this is a great alternative.
If you have a few extra days and some experience of trekking then taking the Gokyo Lakes route to Base Camp is a great option. This route offers all the best of the Classic route plus the attraction of a much quieter approach and a circular route that avoids backtracking. Add in the chance to climb Gokyo Ri for fantastic views of Cho Oyu and the dramatic crossing of the Cho La Pass and you have a really exceptional adventure.
One of the best shorter treks we operate, this trail starts by taking in one of the best view points in the Himalaya, Poon Hill above Ghorepani. From here the dawn view across the Annapurnas is breathtaking.
From there the trek takes you into the heart of the Annapurna range with huge mountains towering above you on all sides forming the amphitheatre of the Sanctuary.
The Snowman trek goes to the remote Lunana district and is considered to be the most difficult trek in Bhutan. The attributes making it a tough trek are; distance, high altitudes, weather conditions and remoteness and should only be considered if you have experience and a good level of fitness. The trek is subject to closure because of snow and is almost impossible during winter. The recommended season for this trek is March-May and September to November.
This expedition combines the Classic Base Camp trek with the chance to climb Island Peak, a real Himalayan summit with one of the best close up views of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse. The climb itself is physically demanding but requires no previous technical experience as you will be led by one of our fantastic Everest Summiteer guides to ensure you are in safe hands.
The Annapurna Panorama is the perfect choice if you are a novice trekker or if you are really short on time. After a short flight into Pokhara you trek up to Ghorepani and from there onto the view point at Poon Hill from where there are breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurnas and Machhapuchchre (Fishtail). You return to Pokhara by a circular route avoiding the need to backtrack.
The Chomolhari trek is fantastic for trekkers looking for an off-the-beaten path, high altitude experience that isn't too long. And with Kandoo we make sure to build in enough time to soak in the cultural gems of the Tiger Monastery and the sites of Paro and the capital, Thimphu.
Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal and at 6476m is a huge Himalayan mountain. Not technically a Base Camp trek but the views of Everest and the whole region are second to none. Mera is approached via the quiet Arun Valley before ascending onto the long Mera glacier. As with the Island Peak climb, no previous technical experience is required.