Trekking in Nepal


Altitude Junkies are now pleased to be offering treks to some of the most famous mountain regions of Nepal. Our treks to three of the highest peaks in Nepal take in the sights of Everest Base Camp, the Annapurna circuit and the Manaslu circuit. Three completely different styles of treks offer a different experience to the heights of the Himalayas.

 

Everest Base Camp Trek, Nepal


The trek to Everest base camp is a true classic of Nepal. The trek provides an opportunity to discover the unique culture and lifestyle of the Sherpa people who are known as the guaradian angels of the Himalayas. The trek allows for fantastic views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nupste, Puori, Ama Dablam and Cholatse. Once Everest base camp has been visited, a aclimb of Mount Kala Patthar alows for more amazing views of the Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nupste massif.

This 13-day trek incorporates helicopter transportation from Kathmandu to Lukla or Namche Bazar and return to allow the group to make up any days lost days due to bad weather not permitting flights.

The trek is of a moderate nature with the high points being Everest base camp at an elevation of 5,350 meters and Kala Patthar at an elevation of 5,545 meters above sea level.

The trek will utilize the comfortable teahouses along the route and there is no camping required whatsoever on this trek.

 

Annapurna Circuit Trek, Nepal


The trek around the Annapurna circuit is one of the most popular treks available in Nepal due to it's amazing scenery. The trek offers a perfect blend of natutal wonders and cultural aspect and offers breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas. The circuit offers amazing views of both the Annapurna and Dhaualagiri massifs.

This 14-day trek incorporates land transportation from Kathmandu to Besisahar and return, so there is no issues with delayed internal flights.

The trek is of a moderate nature with the high point being the Thorong La Pass at an elevation of 5,416 meters above sea level.

The trek will utilize the comfortable teahouses along the route and there is no camping required whatsoever on this trek.

 

Manaslu Circuit Trek, Nepal


The trek around the Manaslu circuit has to be one of the most unspoiled treks available in Nepal. The trek which runs alonng the border with Tibet in the west-central part of Nepal. The trek starts in the lowland cultire of Nepal and reaches a Tibetan culture higher on the trek.

This 13-day trek incorporates land transportation from Kathmandu to Macha Khola and return from Dharapani, so there is no issues with delayed internal flights.

The trek is of a moderate to strenuous nature with the high points being Mananslu base camp at an elevation of 4,460 meters and Dharamsala at an elevation of 4,480 meters above sea level.

The trek will utilize the comfortable teahouses along the route and there is no camping required whatsoever on this trek.

 

The trek cost includes:
· Single accommodation with breakfast in Kathmandu as itinerary
· All transportation in Nepal as itinerary
· Porters for 30kg personal gear to base camp and return
· All meals aon thr trek
· Trekking permit, National park fee and conservation fees

The trek cost does not include:
· Airfare to and from Nepal
· Meals and drinks in Kathmandu
· Alcoholic beverages in Kathmandu
· Bottled beverages, showers and snack food on trek
· Nepal visa costs
· Evacuation costs, medical and rescue insurance

Photo credits: Phil Crampton - Namche Bazar.

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