Nepal’s prolific trekking routes are one of the main tourist attractions, offering breathtaking scenery and exotic wildlife. So many Trekking destinations in Nepal are available. Sherpa guide and go exploring independently, either camping or staying in mountain lodges en route; or join an organized expedition with a travel company such as Nepal Trek Tours. Treks of varying lengths and difficulty are available, with professional guides and porters. Easy treks include the Pokhara and Kathmandu Valleys.

Everest Base Camp Trek:

The Everest Base Camp Trek is the best option for those looking to relish the spectacular close-up views of the world’s highest mountains. This trek offers you a chance to explore the Sherpa villages and their lifestyles. This is one of the best treks in Nepal and offers an exclusive trekking experience. Reaching the summit of the world’s highest Mountain, Mount Everest may be the pinnacle of all the adventures. But, walking to the base camp of Mount Everest is no less adventurous. In this trek, you experience the glorious walk on the footprints of legendary mountaineers. Enroute you pass through beautiful High Passes and the roaring Dudhkoshi River. Along with the renowned Namche bazaar, serene Imjatse valley, and several Buddhist Monasteries on the trail.

Everest Three-Pass Trek:

The highest and most comprehensive trekking experience of the high pass route in the Everest region is provided by the Three Pass Trek. This strenuous three-pass trekking itinerary in Nepal is only suitable for experienced trekkers who want to cross the Himalayan high-altitude passes. In addition, the trek to lesser peaks to see the Himalayan wonders. There is no commitment or need for climbing skills; instead, it is just a challenging trekking adventure in Nepal.

It connects the four distinct valleys of Bhotekoshi, Gokyo, Khumbu, and ImjaTse via three high passes in the Everest region. This Everest three high pass trekking is unlike any other trekking experience in Nepal because it includes hiking to Everest base camp, climbing the three peaks of GokyoRi (5483 m), Kalapathar (5545 m), and Chukung (5550 m), as well as traversing the rugged high passes of Renjo La (5388 m), Cho La (5535 m), and Kongma La (5535 m).

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking:

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is much easy and short trekking. In this trek, you walk along the terraced farmlands with the beautiful rhododendron forest and hospitable Gurung Villages. The trek is quite beautiful during the spring when the rhododendron forest is in bloom. Plus, the panorama of the high mountains on the vista is no less alluring. The spectacular sunrise view over the Annapurna range is the highlight of the trek. This is the best trek in Nepal to explore the beauty of the Annapurna Region in a short time.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

One of the most admired trekking destinations is the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC Trek) designed by the Trekking Guide Team. During the trek, in addition to experiencing rich cultural diversity, you will also pass through remote farms and Gurung villages. Globally, the Gurung are well-known for their bravery.

You can learn about the Gurung people’s religion, ancient customs, and culture. We will drive to Phedi or Nayapul from Pokhara, Annapurna Base Camp Trek itinerary. We continue our trek down the hill, following a river, all the way to Birethanti.

In addition, we will ascend to Jhinudanda, where we can take pleasure in tumbling into the hot spring. We will be rewarded with spectacular views of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and Huinchuli on our way to Dovan. Additionally, we will pass Chomrong, a significant Gurung village.

When we get to Dovan, we will also go by the bamboo and rhododendron-lined forest next to the Modi River. After that, we will walk for six hours to Machhapuchhre base camp, which is beautifully situated on the northern side of the enormous Mt. Machhapuchhre, to reach Annapurna Base Camp, which is at an elevation of 4,095 meters.

We will reach Annapurna Base Camp after about four hours of walking, where we will be greeted by breathtaking views of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, Huinchuli, and the world’s tenth highest mountain, Annapurna I (8,091 m).

Annapurna Base Camp with Ghorepani:

This hike takes you from subtropical temperatures that are warm to cooler alpine hills. Your adventure begins with a short drive to the trekking start point at Nayapul from picturesque Pokhara.

From here, the walks lead through Ulleri’s charming farm villages and into a mesmerizing forest of tall pine and rhododendron trees. You will arrive at the well-known village of Ghorepani after crossing George forest walks. The Magar-Poon hill tribe of Nepal’s western region lives in a wonderful village. The following day, you must begin an early morning hike to Poon Hill, where you can watch the stunning sunrise over the three highest mountains in the world. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu including the majestic Fish Tail (MachhapuchareHimal) peak.

savoring wonderful moments atop Poon Hill The next adventure continues up high hills through thick rhododendron forest, offering breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountains. And base camp and the adventure’s highest point are both within the Annapurna Sanctuary.

with ample space to take in the stunning mountain panorama that surrounds ABC in the scenic sanctuary. You will follow the same trail downhill for two days as we travel. Through Jhinu, we will trek to Pokhara. A charming village with a natural hot spring is Jhinu. After a wonderful nine-day trek to Annapurna Base Camp.

 Mardi Himal Trek:

When it comes to trekking in the Annapurna Region, the Mardi Himal Trek is one of the lesser-known gems. You have the opportunity to go around the corner of the map and get off the beaten path where most people trek to Annapurna Base Camp. The adventure known as Mardi Himal Trekking takes you to Fish Tail Mountain, the base camp of Mardi Himal, which is located between Machhapuchhre and Mardi Himal.

You can enjoy the views without the crowds on the Mardi Himal Trek. The best views of the Annapurna Mountain Range, stunning rhododendron forests, and authentic teahouses are all to be found here. Mardi Himal, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli are just a few of the giants you’ll encounter.

Annapurna Circuit Trek:

Annapurna Circuit is one of the most famous trekking routes in Nepal. The trail traverses a variety of terrain in the Annapurna region. And explore the rich cultural and natural diversity. The trek offers an amazing view of the Annapurnas, Macchupucchre, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Langtang Himal.

Despite the issues with road construction, the Annapurna Circuit Trek is still one of Nepal’s greatest treks. The trek offers ample of cultural and natural beauty to awe-inspire any visitors in the region. The trail allows a gentler acclimatization as you traverse the variety of landscapes. From jungle to high alpine, lush valleys, and up to arid peaks. Along the trail, you pass through hospitable villages and the world’s deepest gorge.

The Tsum Valley Trek:

It is east of Manaslu and on the border with Tibet, is the hidden valley of Tsum, which means “vivid.” It is home to the Tsumbas, who are direct descendants of Tibetan people. In 2008, this remote and secret Shangri-La was made accessible to trekkers. It has ancient Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and villages that are waiting to be discovered, and it has remained relatively unexplored. The trek will take you anywhere from 5 to 8 hours each day, reaching its highest point 4,000 meters above Mu Gompa, the largest of the valley’s monasteries. On this trek, you won’t be sleeping in tents; instead, you’ll stay in lodges and traditional “homestays.” The Tsum Valley is very undeveloped, but it has a unique culture and the most hospitable people. They will give us a warm welcome in a traditional way, which may be a little primitive, and you can expect to eat food that is similar to what the locals eat (noodle soup, Dal Bhat, Chapatis).

Manaslu Circuit Trek:

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a remarkable trek flaunting amazing panoramas of the peaks on the Nepal-Tibet border. The trek goes around the stunning Mount Manaslu, the 8th-highest mountain in the world. In this trek, you reach the highest at Larkya Pass along with other challenging Mountain Passes. The trail traverses Hindu and Tibetan-style villages. And, diverse cultures of ancient Buddhist monasteries. Manaslu Circuit trekking route is diverse, remote, secluded, and enriched topography. It offers a fabulous experience for those looking for an adventurous journey. And wish to explore the scenic beauty of the Himalayan region. No wonder, the trail is among the best treks in Nepal.

Restrictions: This trek demands at least two trekkers accompanied by a Nepali guide or Porter and, a restricted area permits to trek.

Langtang Valley Trek:

The Langtang Valley Trek is popular for its diverse vegetation and cultured villages. The trek offers a great vantage point of LangtangRi and views of the Annapurnas and Makalu. Despite the proximity to Kathmandu, the region is as wild as any other Tibetan highland surrounded by a tranquil rural landscape. The trek offers exposure to the unique Tamang culture and a chance to walk past the beautiful glaciers at a quite low altitude. The Langtang Valley offers a stunning view mountain panorama.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek:

This is a journey to the Camp of the world’s second-highest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga. In this trek, you explore the culture and natural beauty of eastern Nepal. The journey takes place in the wild high-mountain terrain, deep into the secluded mountain ranges on Nepal’s border with Sikkim and Tibet. The region is home to some of Asia’s most exotic wildlife. The trek allows exposure to the unspoiled local culture and wonderful nature making it a rewarding adventure.

Restrictions: This trek requires at least two trekkers accompanied by a Nepali guide or Porter. Along with a restricted area permit make sure a trekking partner or a trekking agency for the trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp.

Upper Mustang:

Upper Mustang is a culturally and geo-politically sensitive area and wasn’t open for trekking until 1992. The culture and landscape of the region are close to that of Tibet. Due to the isolation from the world, the region can maintain its centuries-old culture and landscape. The 16th-century Buddhist monasteries and the caves carved into sheer cliff walls in Mustang draw many trekkers to the region. Mustang has a striking terrain of a semi-arid desert with deep ravines and rock shelves, fringed with snowy peaks. Hidden behind the majestic Himalayan ranges, Mustang is a hidden paradise in Nepal. This is a must-trek for the yearning to explore the fascinating landscape and the rich Tibetan culture.

Restrictions: This trek requires at least two trekkers accompanied by a Nepali guide or Porter. Along with a restricted area permit make a trekking partner or a trekking agency for the trek.

Upper Dolpo:

Upper Dolpo is a hidden gem of Nepal with its Tibetan-style villages, stunning barren landscapes, and picturesque mountain peaks. The region holds a centuries-old culture untouched by the modern world. The trail requires the crossing of the three high passes Nagdalo La (5350m), Shey La (5000m), and Jeng La (5110m). It involves long climbs and strenuous descents. The trekking in this region is very challenging yet rewarding.

Restrictions: A minimum of two trekkers accompanied by a Nepali guide or Porter is required for a permit to trek the Upper Dolpo region. So, make a Trekking Partner or a trekking agency for the trek.

Dolpo Lower:

The Lower Dolpo Circuit takes place in the remote western part of Dolpo, where the people and landscape are more Tibetan than Nepalese. Despite being in “lower” Dolpo, this mysterious land has a dry atmosphere and is high up. This two-week trek is recommended for experienced and fit hikers due to the ever-increasing altitudes up to 5,190 meters and the average number of walking hours per day. However, the rewards are stupendous: Phoksundo Lake’s crisp, clear blue (3,611m); unique animals and plants; a distinct faith; distinct culture; colorful celebrations; difficult passes; The list goes on and on of high KanjirowaHimal peaks covered in snow.

SheyPhoksundo National Park is responsible for protecting a significant portion of lower Dolpo. This has ensured that wildlife like the elusive snow leopard, rare Himalayan blue sheep, goral, thar, Himalayan black bear, langur, and rhesus monkeys, as well as pine, fir, and birch forests, continue to thrive in today’s world.

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek:

The Dhaulagiri Circuit trek is a long trek that passes through high alpine pastures, uninhabited valleys, high windswept passes, forests, and cultivated terraced hills. Crossing two passes the French Pass at 5,360m and Dhampus Pass at 5,200m, and including the Dhaulagiri Base Camp at 4,740m, this is a challenging trek that requires a high level of fitness. However, with good stamina and basic mountaineering skills, the rewards of this trek include stunning views of Tukuche Peak (6,920m), Dhaulagiri I (8,167m), Dhaulagiri II (7,751m), Dhaulagiri III (7,715m) and Dhaulagiri V (7,618m).

The Dhaulagiri Circuit route was discovered in the 1950s by a French team, hence the French Pass, which leads into a lonely area known as Hidden Valley.

Makalu Trek:

Makalu trekking in eastern Nepal is protected by the Makalu Barun National Park and Conservation Project. Established in 1992, it covers 2330 sq km. Among the 16 mountains in the park, it is home to Makalu, the fifth-highest mountain in the world (8463m/ 27,766ft).

It is the world’s fifth-highest mountain. Formerly a restricted area, it spans five major ecological zones where can be found the lush, tropical Arun Valley, dense forests or rhododendrons, and fir and alpine meadows that lead to the mighty Barun glacier. From the base camp, anyone can view the spectacular Mt. Makalu.

This mainly low-altitude trek is centered on the Arun Valley, in eastern Nepal. The sub-tropical valley floor of the mighty Arun River is in places densely forested, contrasting with the terraced slopes higher up, which are farmed by villagers of diverse tribal groups. High pastures typify the upper slopes, which border the Makalu-Barun National Park, an important conservation area for many threatened species.

Great Himalayan Trail:

From east to west, the Great Himalayan Trail traverses the Himalayas. The initial idea was to create a single, 1,700-kilometer, 1,100-mile-long long-distance trekking trail that would run from the east to the west of Nepal.

From Nanga Parbat in Pakistan to NamcheBarwa in Tibet, a trail that would traverse India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet is proposed. The trail would cover more than 4,500 kilometers (2,800 miles).

In November 2014, a well-funded international non-governmental organization completed cross-country hikes in Nepal and Bhutan sections. Although an actual continuous route is currently only a concept, if completed, it would be the longest and highest alpine hiking track in the world. It travels through numerous valleys and plateaus while making its way to some of the world’s most remote communities. The GHT in Nepal has ten sections that connect upper and lower routes. Existing routes can be used to roughly map out the GHT (also known as the upper and lower), but these routes may not provide a trail that is continuous and uninterrupted.

Mount Kailash:

According to ancient writings, it is the center of the world. Within a 30-mile radius of this location in far-western Tibet, four of the world’s most powerful rivers the Indus (also known as Sindhu in India), Sutlej, Brahmaputra (Yarlung Tsang-po in Tibetan), and Karnali the largest tributary of the Ganges come from this location. This location is Mount Kailash, a massive black rock that rises more than 22,000 feet. It has colossal strict importance.

It is regarded by Hindus as the residence of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Jainism adherents refer to it as Astapada, which means “eight-stepped mountain.” They hold the belief that Rishaba, the first of the 24 Tirthankaras (enlightened beings), attained enlightenment here. It is referred to as Tise by Bon adherents, who consider it to be the seat of the Sky Goddess. It is referred to by Tibetan Buddhists as Kang Rimpoche, or “Precious One of Glacial Snow,” and they believe that Demchok, the vengeful manifestation of the Sakyamuni Buddha, and his partner Dorje Phagmo reside there.

Routes & Available Packages for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

Route A. Nepalgunj – Simikot – Hilsa – Kailash Mansarovar in Nepal route is a popular route to reach Mt. Kailash travel by Air and take a helicopter from Simikot to Hilsa.

Route B. Kathmandu – Kyirong- Kailash Mansarovar  is an overland route for the journey to Kailash Mansarovar yatra

Route C. Kathmandu – Lhasa – Kailash Mansarovar, fly to Lhasa and then by road to Kailash Mansarovar yatra

Route D. Private Helicopter Charter is another option to visit Mt. Kailash.

Day 01:   Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (150m) Overnight in Nepalgunj OR drive to Surkhet (2hrs) and stay overnight at Surkhet depending upon the situation.

Day 02:   Fly Nepalgunj to Simikot (2900m) &Heli to Hilsa (3700m) & Drive to Taklakot (3900m) Overnight in Taklakot

Day 03:   At Taklakot (3900m) Rest Day Overnight in Taklakot All Day Entire day free for Acclimatization

Day 04:   Drive to Manasarovar Lake (4550m) Overnight in Mansarovar

Day 05:   1st Day of Parikrama Drive to Darchen (4650m) & Yama Dwar& Trek to Dirapuk (4880m) Overnight in Dirapuk

Day 06:   2nd Day of Parikrama On to Zuthulpuk (4670m) via Trek to Dolma La Pass (5700m) Overnight in Zuthulpuk

Day 07:   3rd Day of Parikrama  Trek to Darchen Drive to Hilsa via Taklakot Overnight in Hilsa / Simikot

Day 08:   Fly Hilsa Simikot Nepalgunj and fly back to Kathmandu Overnight in Kathmandu

Possible Fulpati Trail

Tradition dictates that 84 individuals, including Brahmins, Chhetris, Magar, Suchikar, and Gurungs, are chosen to transport the Fulpati from Gorkha to Kathmandu. These people are chosen for their bravery, purity, and social standing.

“Bahun-Bhetey” is the name of the 84 people who carry the Fulpati. They start at Gorkha Durbar (Palace) and travel to Nuwakot, where they spend the night. They continue their journey the following day to Kathmandu, where they are greeted by government officials and large crowds.

The Phulpati Trail, which runs through the Gorkha, Dhading, Nuwakot, and Kathmandu districts in Nepal’s central and western regions, serves as the foundation for the proposed historical destination.

Gorkha, Dhading, Nuwakot, and Kathmandu’s distinctive landscape, natural environment, culture, and history are well-known. This is where the former Chaubise Rajya (24 Kingdom) was. In the middle hills of Gorkha, Dhading, Nuwakot, and Kathmandu, there are several potential tourist activities.

Way to bring Fulpati in the beginning

From the time of Prithvi Narayan Shah through the road from Satipipal to Bunkot and Bunkotghat………

From the time of Jung Bahadur, to shade the village of Shaheed Lakhan Thapa or to promote Jang Bahadur’s birthplace, Borlang, passing through Borlang, from Thuratar/Borlanghat, crossing Budhigandaki and passing through Salyantar road……

During the rainy season, it became difficult to cross the boat from Borlanghat, and after the arrangement of turns and bridges at Arughat through Tandrankot, Arughat, and Salyantar…..

Possible Itinerary for Fulpati Trail

The first trial is seven days

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu/any destination to Gorkha and visit the historical town of Gorkha.

Day 2: Teak from Gorkha to Dhawa/Borlang passes through Bhimshen Park, Kokhe Aale, Khanchok/Ashrang.

Day 3: Trek to Katunje passes through Salyantar, Charange, Kharahe.

Day 4: Trek to Samari Bhyanjyang passes through Bharyangbhurung, Tharpu Bhanjyang, Thopal Khola

Day 5: Trek to Trishuli/Nuwakot Durbar passes through Hatti Gauda, Dhade Phedi, Sindhure Phedi

Day 6: Trek to Ranipauwa passes through Likhu, Chaturale

Day 7: Trek to Kathmandu passes through Kakani, Pachmane, Balaju


Adventure trail Eight days

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu/any destination to Gorkha and visit the historical town of Gorkha.

Day 2: Teak from Gorkha to Khanchok/Ghyampeshal/Kyapani passes through Bhimshen Park, Kokhe Aale, Taple

Day 3: Teak to Arughat passes through Tarakhase, Siddha Kali/Tandrangkot, Mudalithumko, Maithum Thanithan then boating from Arughat to Ghatbeshi overnight at Ghatbeshi/Salyantar or Pachdhare/Taribeshi

Day 4: Trek to Katunje passes through Salyantar, Charange, Kharahe

Day 5: Trek to Samari Bhyanjyang passes through Bharyangbhurung, Tharpu Bhanjyang, Thopal Khola

Day 6: Trek to Trishuli/Nuwakot Durbar passes through Hatti Gauda, Dhade Phedi, Sindhure Phedi

Day 7: Trek to Ranipauwa passes through Likhu, Chaturale

Day 8: Trek to Kathmandu passes through Kakani, Pachmane, Balaju

The second trial was six days

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu/any destination to Gorkha and visit the historical town of Gorkha.

Day 2: Teak from Gorkha to Bunkot/Mailung passes through Dhungagade Adheri Bhyanjyang

Day 3: Trek to Salang passes through Maidi

Day 4: Trek to Kalleri passes through Parewatar, Kumpur

Day 5: Trek to Jeewanpur passes through Goganpani, Kebalpoor

Day 6: Trek to Kathmandu passes through Badritar, Mahesh Phant, Bhim Dhunga, Ramkot, Sitapaila, Tahachal.