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Wedged between the high wall of the Himalaya and the steamy jungles of the plains, Nepal is a land of snow peaks and Sherpas, yaks and yetis, monasteries and mantras.

This tiny mountain nation has had an irresistible mystical allure for travellers. Today, legions of trekkers are drawn to the Himalaya’s most iconic and accessible hiking, some of the world’s best, with rugged trails to Everest, the Annapurnas and beyond. Nowhere else can you trek for days or even weeks in incredible mountain scenery, secure in the knowledge that a hot meal, cosy lodge and warm slice of apple pie await you at the end of the day. Nepal is nirvana for mountain lovers.

Other travellers are drawn here by the adrenaline rush of rafting down a roaring Nepali river or bungee jumping into a bottomless Himalayan gorge. Canyoning, climbing, kayaking, paragliding and mountain biking all offer a rush against the backdrop of some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.
Other travellers prefer to see Nepal at a more gentle pace, admiring the peaks over a gin and tonic from a Himalayan viewpoint, strolling through the temple-lined medieval city squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, and joining Buddhist pilgrims on a spiritual stroll around the centuries-old stupas and temples that lie scattered across the Kathmandu Valley.
Further south lie Nepal’s wild and woolly national parks, where nature buffs scan the treetops for exotic bird species and comb the jungles for rhinos and tigers from the backs of lumbering Indian ele-phants. Whether you cross the country by mountain bike, motorbike, raft or tourist bus, Nepal offers an astonishingly diverse array of attractions and landscapes.

There are few countries in the world that are as well set up for independent travel as Nepal. Wandering the trekking shops, bakeries and pizzerias of Thamel and Pokhara, it’s easy to feel that you have somehow landed in a kind of backpacker Disneyland. Out in the countryside lies a quite different Nepal, where traditional mountain life continues stoically and at a slower pace, and a million potential adventures glimmer on the mountain horizons.
The biggest problem faced by visitors to Nepal is how to fit everything in. Many people have spent a lifetime exploring the mountain trails of the Himalaya and the atmospheric temple towns of the Middle Hills, and they still keep coming back for more. 
Best selling trips
Langtang Valley Trek
Langtang trek is located 19 miles north of Kathmandu, close to the Tibet border. The valley is dominated by Langtang Lirung (7246m.), the highest peak in this area.
Trip Duration 12 Days Max Altitude 3870 meter Trip Grade Moderate
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Mera Peak
Mera Peak is technically the most straightforward and has the biggest all round view from the summit (Mount Everest and another four of the world’s 8000m peaks). From High camp we can see panoramic views of the Himalayan range.

Trip Duration 20 Days Max Altitude 6476 meter Trip Grade Strenuous
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Gosaikunda & Helambu Trek
Helambu 30 km north of Kathmandu, Helambu is the most accessible trekking region. The trek starts from Sybru Besi, about 9 hours driving (150km) from Kathmandu.
Trip Duration 12 Days Max Altitude 3950 meter Trip Grade Moderate
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Jomsom Muktinath Trek
The Jomsom trek is a classic trek which is considered as one of the best trekking in the world according to Modem Maturity (USA) This trek lides in Mustang district and takes you along the Kalagandaki river bed and climbs out of the valley to one of the most holy temples in Nepal......
Trip Duration 14 Days Max Altitude 3710 meter Trip Grade Strenuous
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