A Nepalese social enterprise
A Nepalese social enterprise
We want you to explore Nepal and we want you to book with us.
'Why should you?' You're probably asking yourself...
Our answer 'we are passionate about our country and love sharing the beauty of the landscape and people. As experienced guides we can tailor any package to suit. We offer solo treks, group treks and mixed group treks. With local guides and porters you can be assured of receiving the highest quality support and guidance. Local guides have an extensive knowledge of local geography, culture, history and customs, giving you insights into the human elements of the beautiful landscape you are passing through.'
Treks can be from one day, with us returning you to your hotel room at night, to a month long excursion to several iconic places such as Mustang, the Annapurnas or Everest Base Camp.
2018 trek dates have been confirmed, check out each route for departure dates and availability.
Why choose us?
Because we are amazing at our jobs and really care, that's why... We focus on promoting responsible, ethical tourism and ensure that the environment and people are treated with respect and courtesy. While you are in Nepal you will be treated as one of the family, because to us you already are. We will create for you an exciting itinerary of exploration and adventure. You will get an experience to suit your budget, time and requests. It is our belief that every traveller should be able to have the experience they have dreamed of.
"Trekking the Himalaya is a Nepalese social enterprise which was set up in response to the need for a wholly Nepali based and run trekking enterprise. This keeps essential funds in the country and means the areas we visit benefit directly from your trip to our amazing country." TtH
From the Nuwarkot district, owner, and accomplished guide Nawaraj Pandey, has set up Trekking the Himalaya to ensure quality, fair price, and access to employment and opportunity for local people. Nawaraj has years of experience of creating unique packages for each client or group. His love lies in the mountain treks, with Manaslu being his favourite. However, he will be equally delighted to take you on a Chitwan Jungle Safari or whatever you chose to do whilst visiting beautiful Nepal. Please get in touch and Nawaraj will be happy to design a trek just for you.
As a licensed city guide Hari has extensive knowledge of the interesting and complex history of Kathmandu and Nepal. Here, in Nepal, religion, royalty and power have combined to intrigue and fascinate the traveller. Hari can guide you through the ancient buildings and bustling marketplaces, and really give you a sense of the past whilst appreciating the present. You might want the opportunity to shop for food in the exotic markets full of fresh and exciting produce? To cook your own Dal Bhat or MoMo? Whatever you want to do in Kathmandu we can help you achieve your dream. Contact us and we can design your city break especially for you.
The village stays in Surya Ma village, Nuwakot district will be enhanced by the treks and tours offered by Prabha. Jungle excursions in the locality and unique access to local people and culture are some of the fantastic benefits of booking a village stay with us. Booking village stays brings much needed resources and employment to an area not much touched by tourism. Experience a basic and fulfilling life in breathtaking scenery far removed from the bustle of Kathmandu. Resources spent here really make a direct, positive improvement to the lives of women and children in the village.
Bharat is gaining experience of the trekking routes whilst working as a porter. This enables him to practice his English and to learn the skills of being a successful trek guide.
All our guides speak English to a high standard.
The Himalaya is Sanskrit for ‘abode of snow’ stretching across the northeastern portion of India. They cover approximately 1,500 miles and pass through the nations of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal. The Himalayan range is made up of three parallel ranges often referred to as the Greater Himalayas, the Lesser Himalayas, and the Outer Himalayas.
While intimidating mountains like Everest and K2 tend to dominate our perceptions of the region, the Himalayas are rich in biodiversity. Climates range from tropical at the base of the mountains to perennial snow and ice at the highest elevations. These complex and diverse eco-regions are interconnected: an ecological threat to one is ultimately a threat to many.