Everest Base Camp Trek

Itinerary Summary : Everest Base Camp Trek

Day 01 : Kathmandu (1,300m)

After landing at Tribhuvan International Airport you will be welcomed by our office representatives who will drive you to the hotel. After freshening up from the day's journey you will be introduced to the guides and other members of the staff who will proceed to brief you on the trek. Once the activities for the day are brought to an end you are free to head down to the local region enjoying the lovely evening. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 02 : Kathmandu – Lukla (2,840m) – Phakding (2,610m)

The day begins early as we make our way to Lukla which houses one of the most thrilling airstrips you will land on. The 45 minute flight is a pleasant one taking us to the home of the Himalayas the snowy summits shining from up above. After a brief rest at Lukla, we begin our journey along the Dudh Koshi River. Enjoying the fresh Himalayan air the journey takes us towards Chheplung village continuing north towards Phakding. Overnight in Phakding.

Day 03 : Phakding (2,610m) – Namche Bazar (3,440m)

The journey is a pleasant one as we head towards Namche Bazaar. The trail leading out of Phakding takes on the lush green forests adorned with pine and cedar trees moving through vibrant hamlets including Monjo and Jorsalle. Monjo also marks our entry into the Sagarmatha National Park as we ascend through the hilly trail reaching Namche in time to witness stunning views of Thamserku (6,608m) and Kongde Ri (6,187m). Overnight in Namche.

Day 04 : Namche Bazar (3,440m) – Debuche (3,820m)

Climbing out of Namche, the trail opens up alongside the valley leading towards Phunki Thanga. Following the Dudh Koshi River along its right bank, the journey takes a steep ascend towards Tengboche. Enjoying the stunning views of Ama Dablam on the horizon (6,856m) we take a brief rest at Tengboche. Visiting the Tengboche Monastery, the oldest monastery of the region, is also a brilliant option. Another hour of trek from Tengboche takes us to the small hamlet of Debuche. Overnight in Debuche.

Day 05 : Debuche (3,820m) – Dingboche (4,410m)

The Himalayan trail continues its ascending run as we head out of Debuche making our way through lush green forests. Passing the vibrant hamlet of Pangboche, the journey reaches Imja River beyond which lies the hamlet of Dingboche. The trail is blessed with the stunning views of Ama Dablam (6,856m) and Thamserku (6,608m) among others. Dingboche, also called as "summer valley", boasts of traditional Sherpa settlements. Overnight in Dingboche.

Day 06 : Dingboche Ri (5,075m)

The final of our acclimatization days today we make our way towards the summit of Dingboche Ri located at an altitude of 5,075m. The trail takes us to the edge of the Chhukung Valley as we ascend through the rugged Himalayan trail steering clear of the steep ascents and descents. The summit gives us clear views of Lobuche East (6119m), Kangtega (6685m), Taboche Peak (6367m), Thamserku (6608m), and Ama Dablam (6856m). Enjoying the pleasant views from the summit, we make our way back to Dingboche. Overnight in Dingboche.

Day 07 : Dingboche (4,410m) – Lobuche (4,920m)

Heading out of Dingboche the rugged Himalayan landscape slowly climbs through the snowy landscapes reaching Dughla. With the majestic views of the Himalayas the trail takes us to the village of Pheriche. From here, we make an ascending journey towards Chupki Lahara. Hereon, we descend through the glacial moraine of Khumbu Glacier all while enjoying the stunning views of Pumo ri and Mahalangur Himalayan ranges. Crossing the glacial pathways brings us to Lobuche on the foothills of Mt. Nuptse (7,861m). Overnight in Lobuche.

Day 08 : Lobuche (4,920m) – Kalapatthar (5,545m) – Gorakshep (5,140m)

The day begins early as we make our way towards Kalapatthar. The views of the Himalayas from Kalapatthar is the highlight of the trip and not one to be missed. Gradually ascending through the rocky Himalayan landscape, the journey takes us through a dry lake before beginning the ascent to the viewpoint. The mesmerizing Himalayan panorama accommodating some of the world's tallest Himalayas are put on display and safe to say it doesn’t disappoint. The views of sunset are something else altogether as the light slowly fades out until just the summit of Mt. Everest (8,848m) is colored golden. Overnight in Gorakshep.

Day 09 : Gorakshep (5,140m) – Everest Base Camp (5,364m) – Lobuche (4,920m)

Today, we head over to Everest Base Camp another one of the major events of our entire trip. Trekking on the glacial moraines, the trail steadily climbs towards the base camp. After a couple of hours of climbing, the trail finally leaves us at the foot of the world's tallest mountain. Here, we explore the base cap and marvel at the views of the Khumbu Glacier, Icefall, and numerous mountains neighboring the Mt. Everest (8848m). After enjoying the thrill and adventure the Himalayas bring we make our way back to Lobuche. Overnight in Lobuche.

Day 10 : Lobuche (4,920m) – Pangboche (3,860m)

Today marks the beginning of our descent as we head down towards Pangboche. With the Himalayas to our backs, the landscape take a complete turn as we leave behind the snowy pathways in favor of the Hilly landscape. Crossing the bridge at Dughla, the journey heads through the Khumbu valley. Crossing the vibrant hamlet of Pheriche after a brief rest the trail the journey comes to its closing steps reaching Pangboche. Overnight in Pheriche.

Day 11 : Pangboche (3,860m) – Monjo (2,835m)

Heading out of Pangboche, we cross the river before beginning our uphill climb through the lush green forests. The trek takes us back to the hamlet of Tengboche before descending back heading towards Namche. Before Namche, the trail takes us on an ascending route continuing through pleasant landscapes. After a brief stop at Namche we, once again, descend through the lovely Sagarmatha National Park. Crossing the suspension bridge, we head over to Monjo exiting the national park in process. Overnight in Monjo.

Day 12 : Monjo (2,835m) – Lukla (2,840m)

The final day of our trek today we head back towards Lukla. The trek is an easy one descending through hilly ridges surrounded by lush green forests. The hamlets are quite lively and Sherpa inhabitants dominate most of the trail. Crossing the hamlets of Bengkar, Phakding, and Chhuthawa in quick succession, we reach our final ascend leading to Lukla. Overnight in Lukla.

Day 13 : Lukla – Kathmandu (1,300m)

The day begins early as flights out of Lukla are carried out early in the morning, if the weather is fine. Taking off from the Lukla airstrip gives us a sense of completing our journey while also giving one final glance at the Himalayas. Back at Kathmandu we directly head to the hotel freshening up from the days of the travel. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 14 : Kathmandu – Onward Destination

Our representatives will once again drop you back at Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight back home. We hope you had a lovely time with us and we look forwards to seeing you again.



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Bhutan Cultural Tour

Itinerary Summary : Bhutan Cultural Tour

Day 01 : Flight from Kathmandu to Bhutan, Paro airport and drive to Thimpu.

After early breakfast at the hotel, you’ll drive towards the airport and embark on a beautiful trans-Himalayan flight to Paro, Bhutan. Located almost 404km east of Nepal, it may take over 1hr to reach Bhutan. You can catch the beautiful sights of Chomolhari and Jichu Drake peaks en route to Paro. After lunch at Paro, you can visit Rinpung Dzong ‘fortress of the heap of jewels’ and Kichu Lhakhang, the ancient Buddhist temple. In the evening, you’ll embark on a scenic drive to Thimphu.

Day 02 : Explore Thimpu and Overnight at Thimpu

After early morning breakfast, you’ll drive to BBS Tower located at the heart of the capital city and hike towards Wangditse Gompa along that offers a great view of Tashichho Dzong. You can also catch the amazing view of the Samtenling Palace from here that is home to the fourth King and Dorje Drake meditation retreat. Once returning back to Thimpu, you’ll visit the mini Zoo to witness Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. If time permits, you can choose to visit the King's Memorial Chorten, the nunnery temple, the National Library, and the National Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Day 03 : Drive 6-7 hrs from Thimpu to Trongsa

Today, the day starts early. After breakfast, you’ll embark on a scenic journey towards Trongsa City. The historical Trongsa City lies 193.1 km east of Thimpu and goes through Thimpu-Punakha Highway and Bumthang. The road ascends until Dochu La Pass (3050m) and then descends to Wangdue and Punakha valley. Passing Wangdue, the road ascends up the Black Mountain National park towards Pele La Pass (3420m). After enjoying the wonderful view of Mt. Chomolhari, you’ll drive down to Trongsa.

Day 04 : Explore around Trongsa palace and monasteries and overnight in Trongsa.

Today, you’ll explore Trongsa. First, you’ll visit Mangde Chhu that is perhaps the most spectacularly sited Dzong in Bhutan. Trongsa Dzong is closely related to the royal family of Bhutan. The first two hereditary kings of the country ruled from this Dzong. Afterward, you’ll visit Trongsa Palace. Also known as Threupang Palace, the first portion of the fortress was built around 1648. The palace is located on the hillside overlooking the village of Thruepang. Not far from here, you can consider visiting the local market place. Overnight in Trongsa.

Day 05 : Drive from Trongsa to Bumthang, Overnight in Bumthang.

Leaving Trongsa, you’ll begin driving towards Bumthang. Located northeast of Trongsa, it may take almost 2hr to reach Jakar city in Bumthang. The trail ascends up to Yotong La Pass (3551m) and then descends into Chumey valley (2700m). From here, it is about an hour drive through the villages of Zugney and Prakar and across the Kiki La Pass (2860m) towards to Jakar.

Day 06 : Bumthang Sightseeing and drive back to Punakha (6-7 hrs)

After brief sightseeing of Bumthang in the morning, you’ll embark on a road journey to Punakha. You can consider visiting Tamshing Monastery, one of the oldest monastic schools built by Terton Pema Lingpa, and Kurjey Lhakhang. The road leaving Bumthang goes through Wangdue to Punakha that may take almost 7hours. You’ll drive over the Pele La pass and Youtong La pass en route to Punakha.

Day 07 : Final day at Bhutan, transfer to Paro Airport and fly back to Kathmandu

First, you head to the Paro Airport from Punakha. Then, you’ll embark on a flight back to Kathmandu. You’ll fly along with the scenic mountain scenery and witness some of the highest mountains in the world including the Mt. Everest (8848). Once in Kathmandu, you’ll be escorted to your hotel.

Day 08 : Rest/Departure

We’ll drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport so you can catch your scheduled flight back home. Our representative will take you to the airport, approx. 2 hours early. You can share your trip experience or your next adventure with us on the way.

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Bhutan Tour

Itinerary Summary : Bhutan Tour

Day 01 : Arrival at Paro Airport, meet our staff then transfer to Hotel.

The first day of the trip starts with you arriving at Paro Airport where our company staffs will offer you a warm welcome. Then, they will accompany you to the hotel where you refresh. You join them to know about the trip in detail.

Day 02 : Sightseeing in Paro and drive to Thimphu (1 hr 30 minutes)

After an early breakfast, you will hike to Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, one of the major highlights of Bhutan. After visiting the monastery, hike back to Paro for lunch. Then you visit the National Museum of Bhutan and Rinpung Dzong. Both of these places hold a deep significance in both the history and religious influence in the country. By late afternoon, you hit the road leading to Thimpu, the capital city.

Day 03 : Sightseeing in Thimphu drive to Punakha (3 hrs.) and sightseeing in Punakha.

After breakfast, you visit the Tashichho Dzong, Folk Heritage Museum, and the Memorial Chorten. Then, you will have lunch and head for Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan. Once you reach there, head to the hotel to refresh and join the guide for sightseeing. You visit Punakha Dzong, the most majestic of its kind in the whole country and the historic Chimi Lhakhang monastery.

Day 04 : Punakha to Thimphu to Paro drive (3 hrs. 30 minutes)

After breakfast, you visit and explore the Mo Chhu River, one of the important rivers of the country. Then, you have lunch and head back to Paro. En route, you stop at Dochu La Pass to see the amazing views of the surrounding landscapes and the faraway Himalayas. By late afternoon, you arrive at Paro for overnight stay. You can either do souvenir shopping or explore the market area in your free time.

Day 05 : Transfer to airport for onward journey.

Today is the last day of the trip. Make sure that you have all your belongings with you. We would like to hear about your experience with our tour package before you depart. Thank you for choosing us and have a safe flight!

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Nagarjun Rock Climbing

Itinerary Summary : Nagarjun Rock Climbing

: 20 Mins drive from Thamel to Nagarjun Forest

After ensuring everything is ready, we head towards the designated site which takes about 20 minutes from Kathmandu. Located just at a distance of 3 kilometers, Nagarjun is the closest site to the valley when it comes to Rock Climbing.

: • Rock Climbing and Drive back to Thamel

Scaling the 55-meter vertical rock wall after selecting the perfect route for your difficulty level, we head back to the valley where a lovely lunch awaits us.

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Hattiban Rock Climbing

Itinerary Summary : Hattiban Rock Climbing

: An hour drive from Thamel to Hattiban

Once all the equipment is checked, we make our way to the hamlet of Hattiban located towards the south. The journey takes about an hour accompanied by stunning views of nature. From the main stop at Hattiban, the climbing site is about a 10-minute hike up the forest.

: • Rock Climbing and Drive back to Thamel

Next, we take on the sheer rock cliff of Hattiban. Conquering the vertical rock face, we head down to the village for proper lunch before making our way back to the valley.

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Rock Climbing in Nepal

Itinerary Summary : Rock Climbing in Nepal

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Zip flyer in Pokhara

Itinerary Summary : Zip flyer in Pokhara


This adventure sport starts from the Pokhara city where you get on a drive to Sarangkot. On the way, you can enjoy the scenes of ethnic settlements and rural landscapes. After you reach the destination, the instructors provide you the details of the sport and equip you with harness and other essentials. The zip flying takes you on a mind-numbing adventure as you find difficult to scream with joy or the thrills of the ride. Upon completing the ride, you can return to Pokhara and spend the day as you wish.

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Ultralight Flight in Pokhara

Itinerary Summary : Ultralight Flight in Pokhara

: Flight start

A 15-minute drive will take you to Pokhara Airport. If the weather is good, the flight takes off. The views of the Pokhara Valley, its surrounding hills, and the Himalayas make up for glorious sceneries and moments. The flight will last as per the package you choose. After enjoying the views, you return to the airport. You head back to your hotel on a company vehicle.

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Kakani to Nagarkot Mountain Cycling

Itinerary Summary : Kakani to Nagarkot Mountain Cycling

Day 01 : Kathmandu-Kakani (47Km)

You will begin your ride from Kathmandu to Kakani early in the morning to avoid traffic in Kathmandu. This continuous uphill and downhill biking trail takes you through beautiful oak, rhododendron, and pine forests, numerous small villages to reach Kakani. Kakani offers a stunning panoramic view of Gaurishankar (7134m), Langtang Lirung (7227m), and other mountains in the Jugal ranges. You can also explore the village and observe the lifestyle of the people.

Day 02 : Kakani-Chisapani (67Km)

After the view of sunrise from Kakani, you will bike through the single track in the forest filled with numerous twist and turns. The track follows jeep trail from there and switched from single track to jeep trail often. The trail goes both downhill and uphill, and after a hard track uphill you will reach Chisapani. Chisapani offers a breathtaking view of various mountains starting with Gauri Shankar (7134m) in the east to Annapurna (8091m) in the west.

Day 03 : Chisapani-Nagarkot (35 Km)

You continue your ride through similar landscape consisting of damaged jeep tracks and single tracks in the Shivapuri National Park. Along the way, you will pass numerous small settlements and small streams. Stunning views of snow-capped mountains and gorgeous landscapes will follow you for the entirety of the cycling trip. The last session of the trial goes steep uphill all the way to Nagarkot. From Nagarkot, you get a spectacular view of the sunset over the Himalayas.

Day 04 : Nagarkot-Kathmandu (32 Km)

You can awe at the sights of the Himalayas in Langtang, Jugal, and Gaurishankar ranges from the Nagarkot viewpoint. After you rejoice in the majesty of the Himalayas, you will make your way back to Thamel, Kathmandu. The trail to Kathmandu is mostly downhill through lust green forest. Along the way, you will pass by numerous small settlements. On the way, you can visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square. H You will take the road all the way to Thamel, ending this thrilling adventure.

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Kathmandu Rara Motorcycle Tour

Itinerary Summary : Kathmandu Rara Motorcycle Tour

Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m)

This incredible motorcycle tour begins after your arrival in Kathmandu. You will stay the night in Kathmandu in a hotel. You can sightsee around Kathmandu. You can ride up to Dhulikhel, Nagarkot, or any other places near Kathmandu.

Day 02 : Ride from Kathmandu to Butwal, 266 km. 7 hours

The ride to Butwal from Kathmandu is pleasant and enjoyable with the view of green hills, terraced fields, rivers, and small towns. Situated in the Terai belt of Nepal, Butwal is a beautiful town consisting of various historic sites like Manimukunda Park, Sainamaina Museum, and pilgrimage sites like Siddha Baba Temple and Devdaha.

Day 03 : Ride from Butwal to Surkhet, 334 km. 8 hours

The road to Surkhet is plain and straight so riding the bike should be quite easy. After 8 hours of riding, you will reach Birendranagar, a beautiful city of Surkhet in the mid-western region of Nepal. It is mostly inhabited by Tharu and Rajhi caste. You can explore this beautiful city and learn about the culture and lifestyle of the locals. You can visit Bulbule Tal and the City Museum.

Day 04 : Ride from Surkhet to Sinja, 91 km. 8 hours

A rough road lies ahead of you as you leave Surkhet and enter the remote areas of Nepal. The road is filled with a beautiful view of hills and forests. Sinja is a beautiful valley isolated in the western mountains and is one of the most historically significant sites in Nepal. It houses the ancient capital city of Khasa Kingdom and consists of various palaces, temples, and remains of the ancient settlement.

Day 05 : Ride from Sinja to Rara (2980m) 70 km. 8 hours

Today, you will ride to Rara through rough uphill road in the remote Western region of Nepal. The ride takes you along lush green forests of pine, rhododendron, and oak, and passes numerous small villages en route. On the way to Rara Lake, you will also enter the Rara National Park. As you come closer to Rara Lake, you will begin to see a spectacular vista of various snow-capped mountains.

Day 06 : Rest day in Rara

After many days of a long ride, you will finally have a day to rest at Rara. While in Rara, enjoy the scenic beauty of Rara Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Nepal. The lake is surrounded by beautiful green forested hills and various mountains like Api (7132m) and Saipal (7031m). The view of this beautiful blue lake will make the long rough ride worthwhile. You can also explore the Rara National Park and relish the isolated setting of the vicinity.

Day 07 : Exploration day

After breakfast, you will have another whole day to explore Rara. You can go boating in Rara Lake and witness rare species of fish in the clear blue water of Rara. You can hike up to Murma viewpoint for a stunning view of Rara Lake and the Kanjirowa Mountain Range in the distant. The national park is known for wildlife like musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Thar, and red panda.

Day 08 : Ride back to Khalanga Bazaar, Jumla (2540m) 8 hours

After enjoying the scenic beauty of Rara Lake for two whole days, you will ride to Khalanga Bazar, Jumla. It is situated alongside the Karnali River and is the most developed area in the Western region. Most of the ride today is downhill from Rara Lake through a forest of pine and rhododendron, and small villages. Jumla is also one of the leading places for mass production of apples.

Day 09 : Ride back to Surkhet, 9 hours

You will ride back to Surkhet after a wonderful time in Jumla exploring the beautiful town and learning about the lifestyle and cultures of the locals. This ride from Jumla to Surkhet will be a long one as you gradually descend along the hillside roads. Once you arrive in Surkhet, you can either explore the remaining parts of Surkhet or just rest in the hotel.

Day 10 : Ride back to Chitwan, 9 hours

From Surkhet, the road to Chitwan is straight and goes along plain roads; so, riding your motorcycle to Chitwan should be easier. You will get the much-needed rest from the rough road of the western region of Nepal. If time permits, you can go for Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park and explore the Tharu villages in Chitwan.

Day 11 : Ride back to Kathmandu (1300m) 5 hours

After 10 days of long and sometimes hard rides, you will return back to Kathmandu. You will leave the plain roads of Terai and take the uphill road through many twists and turns. You can go for sightseeing around Kathmandu valley once you get to Kathmandu. You can visit some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square.

Day 12 : Final Departure

You will return to your home full of exciting and thrilling memories. We bid you farewell and hope to go on other trips with you around Nepal in the future soon.

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Rafting in Bhote Koshi

Itinerary Summary : Rafting in Bhote Koshi

Day 01 : 3 Hrs Drive to Sukute from Kathmandu and O/N stay

From Kathmandu, you take a scenic drive to Sukute which is the starting point of Bhote Koshi rafting. You take the day to relax and explore the surrounding. During your stay at Sukute, you can also entertain yourself with some outdoor sports. Overnight stay at Sukute.

Day 02 : 4 Hrs rafting in Bhote Koshi River after lunch drive back to Kathmandu

After breakfast, you meet with the rafting leader and put on your rafting gear. He will provide you instructions and guide you throughout the journey. The rapids on the Bhote Koshi River are some of the biggest among those in Nepal and guarantee thrilling adventure along the ride. After finishing, you have lunch drive back to Kathmandu.

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Trishuli River Rafting

Itinerary Summary : Trishuli River Rafting

Day 01 : Drive from Kathmandu/Pokhara to Charaudi via Malekhu |3-4 Hours| drive; Rafting in the Trishuli River for |3- 4 hours

You drive west from the Kathmandu Valley to Charaudi via Malekhu. After reaching the riverside area, you can stroll around the place and soak in the natural scenery. Later, you meet the rafting leader and collect your rafting gear. While rafting you can enjoy the views of the riverside landscapes and even witness wildlife in the banks and forests. The rafting will last for around four hours and after completing the adventure, you head to explore the areas around your night stay.

Day 02 : Drive back to Kathmandu/Pokhara

You can spend the morning walking around the forest and relishing the sunrise. Your departure will be according to your preferences and a comfortable drive will take you to Pokhara or back to Kathmandu. Upon reaching the destination of your choosing, you can stroll around the city.

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