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Tengbuche Monastery is one of the most famous in all of Nepal, in part because of its unrivaled backdrop of the stunning Mount Ama Dablam. Located atop a 12,000-foot high plateau on the far side of the Imja Khola River, Tengboche is a popular place to spend the night on a Khumbu trek, second only to Namche Bazaar. Its world-famous monastery is perched on a high ridge across the canyon from Khunde.


This trek is a beautiful trek leads you through the Tamang (one of the ethnic group of Nepal with its rich culture/traditional and peculiar life style) Village and dense forests with gorgeous Himalayan flora and fauna. The enchanting panoramic view of mountains from Singla Bhanjyang and view of eye catching terrace land would be the unforgettable memory in life is the main attraction of this trek. To


Visit the village of Namo Buddha on your 8-hour private guided tour. Your Namo Buddha full-day tour takes you to the Buddhist pilgrimage site which is situated at the hilltop of Panauti in Kavre District. The main attraction of your tour at Namo Buddha is the Thrangu Tashi Yangtse monastery. Round-trip transportation from your Kathmandu hotel included.


Trekking in Rolwaling is one of Nepal‘s finest high mountain valleys.  Many mysterious stories have been passed on about this valley. Through which the forefathers of the present-day Sherpa’s once came. It is here that the notorious and celebrated Yeti is supposed to make his home. Entire research expeditions have, so far unsuccessfully, attempted to find him.


The Royal Trek is one of the shortest treks that follow a shrub like path along the foothills of Annapurna. The Royal Trek is so-named because The Prince Charles and his team entourage had explored this route in the early 1980s.  This trek provides the opportunities for meaningful cultural experiences with the diverse mix of people and cultures o the region.


Trekking in Lower Solukhumbufor families starts with your arrival in Kathmandu. From Kathmandu, you fly to Phaplu and start trekking. The trail is fairly easy as you walk through the forests and cross suspension bridges. En route, you will see traditional villages and Mani walls as well as prayer flags which symbolize the religious rituals and values practiced in the region.

Mera Peak Trek

If you are looking to summit one of Nepal’s many trekking peaks, Mera Peaks could be the best option. It’s a challenging trekking peak due to the elevation. It’s often referred to as Nepal’s highest trekking peak. The summit  offers one of the finest views in the Himalayas and one can see 5 of the 6 tallest mountains in the world from the summit including Mt. Everest, requires basic mountaineering skills to tackle the high altitude glacier crossings. 



This varied treks leads east from Lukla, over the Salpa Pass and into Tumlingtar. As you head eastward, you leave most of the tourists behind and roam through fascinating traditional villages. Sherpa tend livestock at higher altitudes about 2,000m. while Rais farm the fertile Valleys below. The lush forests abound in wildlife and birds species.



Mt. Everest is famous not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain (8,848m.) but also for its typical Sherpa Villages and Monasteries that gave birth to many world famous mountaineers. As the pace of the trek is slow, this itinerary has been specially designed for those who wish to savor the magnificent of the Everest region and mix up with the Sherpas with ample time to explore without taking strenuous trail to Base Camp.


Kathmandu durbar square is the vey ancient city of Nepal.






Lumbini – thefountain of world peace


Chitwan national park is famous for 500 Asian One-Horned Rhino and some hundred nocturnal Royal Bengal Tigers that live in the dense forests of the park.

You will discover a dense forest and twisting vines. Similarly, various exotic wild animals like rhinoceros, elephants, crocodiles, pythons, and deer; brilliantly colored birds.