1.Makalu Region ( 24-25 days):
We can take a trek to the Makalu Base Camp via
two main routes. The more interesting routes
is the route via Tumlingtar. We fly east from
Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. We travelers the lush
green valley of the Arun River and trek through
rhododendron and coniferous forests. We cross
the Khanma pass at 16,000 feet, dropping down
to the Barun River valley. We go through the
yak pastures of Sherpa tribes and through small
hamlets of Tibetan ethnic groups. A final climb
uphill brings us to the silent and desolate
base camp of Makalu, the fifth highest mountain
in the world.
2. Kathmandu-Ganesh Himal- Gorkha (15
This trek starts at Trisuli, an ancient Newari
village, 4 hours drive to the north of Kathmandu.
This – trek proceeds through beautiful
terraced rice fields and climbs upwards through
thick rhododendron and pine forests once in
the foot hills of Ganesh Himal, we have a spectacular
view of this snow-capped Himal named after the
“Elephant God.” We gradually descend
down to the historic hamlet of Gorkha soldiers
derived their name as many of them came from
this region. From the trails surrounding the
famous Gorkha palace we can see spectacular
views of Boudha peak. Peak 29 and Manaslu mountains.
This trail is still very new to many trekkers.
3. Kathmandu-Nagarkot-Shivapuri (4days):
This trek begins at Budhanilkantha 20 minutes
drive to the north of Kathmandu. We ascend slowly
upwards to the Shivapuri hill traversing through
thick forests of many species of vegetation.
Form Shivapuri peak we have magnificent views
of Langtang, Dorje Lhakpa, Ganesh Himal and
Gauri Shankar peaks. The fantastic sunset and
sunrise can be b=seen from this 8,000 ft. vantage
point. We descend gradually towards Chisopani.
All along the way, excellent bird watching can
be had. The area is also famous for its rich
variety of orchids. We reach Nagarkot (7000
ft.) from where one can have spectacular sunrise
views, we return to Kathmandu via the ancient
Newar village of Bhaktapur.
4. Around Dhaulagiri (25 days)
Follow in the footsteps of many famous mountaineers
who have been drawn by the Dhaulagiri summit,
the 5th highest mountain in the world.
Dhaulagiri stands high above a variety of landscapes.
While trekking one will pass from tropical vegetation
of the Pokhara Valley through the Kali Gandaki
Gorge and finally above the tree line and Gorge
and across high passes that afford fantastic
views of the fertile plains and spectacular