The word trek has entered the English language as one of few words derived from Afrikaans. It means a long, hard journey, and is derived from the Dutch trekken (meaning to pull or haul).

Trekking means a journey to be undertaken on foot in areas where means of transport(vehicle) is generally not available. Trekking always refers to walking on trails; it does not entail cross-country hiking or climbing over rough terrain. Trekking is not mountaineering but just days of walking, along with adventure.

There are excellent treks in magnificent surroundings, each carefully and individually arranged by ‘Kathmandu Experience’. The company will take care of everything, from organizing the necessary trekking permits to hiring Sherpas, porters and cooks;… and sleeping bags are also provided.

Trekking Packages

  • Annapurna Base Camp (ABC)

    Area: Annapurna.
    Height: 1560m – 4200m
    Days: 14
    The Annapurna Base Camp trek leads to a natural amphitheater that

  • Dhaulagiri Base Camp (DBC)

    Area: Dhaulagiri.
    Height: 890m 5360m
    Days: 20
    Dhaulagiri is a high and exceptionally beautiful mountain west of the…

  • Everest Base Camp (EBC)

    Region: Namche bazaar
    Height: 2827m – 5545m.
    Days: 15.
    Everest Base Camp Trek is a popular trekking destination in Khumbu Region.

  • Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan with Trekking and Rafting

    This package takes you through the historical cities of Kathmandu Valley; Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. You will also experience Himalayan rafting, mountain trekking and

  • Kathmandu, Pokhara with Trekking

    Short stay which will allow you to visit the main cultural sites of the Kathmandu Valley. The easy trek in Pokhara is really nice

Trekking Permit Fees

a) Kanchenjangha & Dolpa US $ 10 per week per person.
b) Manaslu (Round) US $ 75 per week per person.
c) Mustang (Lomanthanka)/ US $ 700 for 10 days per person.
Upper Dolpo
Except above mentioned regions there is no trekking permit required for other regions.
d) Annapurna Conservation / National Park fee US$ 20 per person.

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