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Everest Base Camp Trek

Every year starting from February to March and September to December, climbers from around the world pass through this route with a common dream of making it up to the summit of mighty Everest.

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Poon hill Trek

Poon Hill Trek is hands down, the best short and relatively easy trek Nepal has to offer. If you are looking for a quick get away by going on a trek, but are not sure if you are fit enough to go trekking, or you are short on time for a long trek, then Poon Hill Trek is the most suitable and enjoyable experience for you.

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Dolpo trek

Dolpo region is located between the Tibetan plateau and the Dhaulagiri ranges in Nepal. The lack of other tourists, the warm welcome given by the hardy Dolpo-Pa and the fascinating insight into the Tibetan way of life makes this an extremely varied and special trek.

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Climbing Mera Peak

Mera Peak (6,461m/21,190ft) is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Mera Peak trek is one of the most impressive trekking peaks and holds as the highest trekking peak among other over 6,000 meters. From the peak astonishing views of the Himalayan vista is seen from the summit with five 8,000m peaks visible including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga.

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Mardi Himal Trek

The trek is very suitable for novice trekkers, as it is a shorter trek with relatively low elevation. The immense beauty offered by the Mardi Himal trek is also a reason for the growing popularity of this trek in recent years.

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Langtang valley trek

Unlike most of the trekking destinations in Nepal, Langtang valley trekking is less crowded, specially after the Earthquake in 2015. The trek offers a prominent view of snow-capped mountain ranges, glaciers, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Langtang National park in the region is also a sanctuary for endangered species like Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, rhesus monkeys and red pandas.

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Climbing Island Peak

Providing aspirants a less exacting mountain climbing experience, Island Peak trek tops out at 6189 meter, where trekkers can obsess sublime spectacles of lush forested valleys and serene mountain ranges. The name “Island Peak” was given to Imja Tse because of its appearance from a distance: an island amidst a sea of ice. If you’re a novice trekker with some basic rope handling and mountaineering skills, Island Peak, is your ideal mountaineering objective.

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